Found January 02, 2012 on
Kellen Clemens was having the time of his life. At least, that
is, until San Francisco linebacker NaVorro Bowman came crashing
through the line, beat an attempted block by running back Jerious
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St. Louis played like a team trying to save its head coach's job, but lost to the 49ers, 34-27.
Kellen Clemens had 226 yards and a TD passing, and also added 18 yards and a TD rushing as well. He had to leave on the Rams last drive, however, after hurting his ankle. Steven Jackson had 76 yards rushing, with Cadillac Williams adding a TD and 17 yards on the ground...
It's no secret, the Rams are horrible and would have trouble scoring against anyone. Backup quarterback Kellen Clemens is starting and last week against Pittsburgh he passed for 91 yards and didn't complete two straight passes.
Nevertheless, the Rams can be dangerous because of their...
The St. Louis Rams had nothing to play for but pride yesterday and they left everything they had on the field, before coming up just a tad short. Kellen Clemens completed 14 of 31 passes for 226 yards with 1 TD pass and 1 INT. He also carried the ball 2 times for 18 yards (9.0 ypc) with 1 TD run yesterday. Tom Brandstater finished up the game at QB after Clemens got injured...
The 49ers beat the Rams 34-27 and clinched the No. 2 in the NFC, but they didn’t make it easy on us fans today.
The Rams went up 7 on their first drive and the 49ers gave up a rushing touchdown to Kellen Clemens, after that it was all 49ers until 6 minutes left in the game. Down 34-13, the Rams scored on a Brandon Lloyd touchdown, then recovered an onside kick and got some help...
They got off to a slow start, but the 49ers are well on their way to securing the second seed in the NFC. After falling behind 7-0 on a Kellen Clemens touchdown run, the Niners have run off 20 straight points to take a commanding halftime lead over the Rams. If they can hold on…
The Rams went 2-14 this year, and not even a valiant charge by Kellen Clemens yesterday could save the bosses. Spags was 10-38 in his three years in charge. He will, however, always have precious memories of that time they almost stumbled their way into the playoffs last year. More »