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St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins has scored three defensive touchdowns during the previous two weeks, helping the Rams to a pair of wins.
The victories have positioned the Rams, who now have a 5-6-1 record, for a shot at making the playoffs and Jenkins is a huge reason as to why.
The guys from The Cruddy Show debated on Wednesday night whether Jenkins should indeed be a Pro Bowler for his efforts during his rookie campaign.
Check out the replay of the show and hear what the guys had to say on Jenkins along with the Cardinals free agent signing of left-handed relief specialist Randy Choate by clicking on the player below.
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Wide receiver Danny Amendola and running back Stephen
Jackson both practiced Thursday for the St. Louis Rams, while center Scott Wells
was among the players that were out for yesterday’s session.
Jackson and Amendola both missed practice Wednesday. Jackson
was sidelined due to a foot injury, while Amendola has been hampered by a
lingering heel injury.
Jackson was a full...
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DVOA: -4.3% (20th)
Weighted DVOA: -4.5% (20th)
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