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Rams receiver Chris Givens led the team with 10 targets but finished fourth in receiving yardage with 25 yards on three catches Sunday at Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:Givens has received increased attention from Sam Bradford with Danny Amendola out. That trend continued Sunday but it didn't amount to much for Givens owners, though he did catch a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
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The Rams won! It was a close game but they were able to pull it off. The Rams didn't have a great game, but they only had two penalties. That's quite commendable considering that it is the Rams. The Bills weren't able to stop the pass game, but they did have a better rushing game. Here are five things that we learned from the game...1. Rams Must Get Help at...
St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford only completed 19-of-39 for 209 yards Sunday against the Bills but kept the Rams in the playoff hunt by throwing a game-winning touchdown pass with 48 seconds left.Fantasy Spin:Bradford was picked once and now has a 15-10 touchdown-to-interception ratio. He threw two touchdowns in three straight games from Week 10-12 but has just one in his last two.
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has announced that wide
receiver Danny Amendola is shaping up to be a game-time decision Sunday against
the Buffalo Bills, while running back Stephen Jackson is probable to play.
WR Danny Amendola (foot), LB Mario Haggan (elbow) are questionable. Coach Jeff Fisher said Amendola will be a game time decision.
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) December...
Rams running back Steven Jackson stayed on track for his eighth straight 1,000-yard season with 64 yards and a touchdown Sunday at Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:Jackson seemed to be losing his job to rookie Daryl Richardson in the middle of the season but he's rebounded with 433 yards and two scores on 106 carries in his last five games.
St. Louis receiver Danny Amendola is out for the Rams' game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Amendola is nursing a foot injury, and missed his fifth game this season. He still leads the team in receptions (51) and yards (576).
Bills' top receiver Stevie Johnson is active after being limited in practice on Thursday and Friday because of a hamstring injury. Receiver Donald...
Steven Jackson has been around for enough of the bad times in St. Louis to appreciate what it means to still be in the playoff hunt at this time of year.
Slim as the Rams' hopes might be, Jackson's going to enjoy this as much - and for as long - as he can.
''At this point in December, for us to still have meaningful games, for guys to come collectively together...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By JASON YOUNG Associated Press The St. Louis Rams have their first three-game winning streak since the end of the 2006 season and they're making no apologies for the way they're doing it.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday he's less concerned about how his team wins than actually getting the victory. The Rams are coming off a 15-12 victory...
AFTER BEING SHUTDOWN the past two weeks, St. Louis receiver Brandon Gibson rebounded with arguably his strongest performance of the season, Sunday. The Washington State great caught six passes for 100 yards—including the game-winning touchdown—in the Rams’ 15-12 defeat of Buffalo.
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the Buffalo Bills' contest with the visiting NFC's St. Louis Rams. Nick's take: Only two quarterbacks have been sacked more times than Sam Bradford, so the Bills' Mario Williams-led front-seven, despite missing Chris Kelsay, should have plenty of opportunities to get into...
Somewhere along the change in servers the last few True or False articles were deleted. Unfortunately I do not have the standings due to this. Things like this happen so no big deal.
That said, we’ll march forward into a few week and see what the writers at Queen City Sports believe are true or false in regards to the Bills-Rams game.
1. The Bills defense will hold the Rams offense...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Sam Bradford threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Gibson with 48 seconds remaining as the St. Louis Rams nipped the Buffalo Bills 15-12 at soggy Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Rams, who won three straight for the first time in six seasons, improved to 6-6-1 and kept alive their playoff hopes. The Bills dropped to 5-8 and are almost assured of missing the playoffs...
The St. Louis Rams have done it again, scoring a final-minute touchown against the Buffalo Bills to make the final score 15-12. Sam Bradford shook off a slow start to complete yet another fourth-quarter comeback, finding forgotten man Brandon Gibson for a touchdown to give them the win and bring them back to .500, at 6-6-1.
Gibson, who was targeted zero times over the Rams'...