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Rams running back Daryl Richardson had his injured foot stepped on early in Sunday's game and never came back into the game.Fantasy Spin:Neirther Isaiah Pead (6-for-20 yards) on Benny Cunningham (4-for-20) did much against the Dallas defense, although Pead did catch seven balls for 43 yards. A healthy Richardson should still be the No. 1 in the Rams offense.
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Rams running back Daryl Richardson (foot) did very little in practice Friday and could be limited Sunday, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Fantasy Spin:Thomas says to "keep an eye" on Richardson's workload. Fantasy owners should only consider him as a flex option Sunday at Dallas.
Rams running back Isaiah Pead rushed for just 20 yards in relief of an injured Daryl Richardson, but did prove to be a decent receiver with seven catches for 43 yards.Fantasy Spin:The Rams fell way behind and didn't realy get to establish a running game, but Richardson figures to be the starter when healthy. Pead may have helped establish himself as the third-down back.
Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray exploded for 175 yards and a touchdown,while the Cowboys finally rediscovered running the ball by having more run plays than passes as they jumped all over the Rams early and kept their foot on the gas.
At the start of the season, the St. Louis Rams were a team that looked to have one of the better starting offensive lines in the league. Over the past few seasons they have signed veterans like guard Harvey Dahl, center Scott Wells, and most recently, former number one overall pick tackle Jake Long. They even moved former starting left tackle Rodger Saffold, who when healthy was...
St. Louis Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan is the veteran in a young secondary, and he knows that the Dallas Cowboys passing offense will be a good test.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. --The Rams were hoping for some answers when they boarded a Texas-bound plane before Week 3.
Yes, this offense could fire all cylinders before a double-digit lead was hanging over its head. Yes, this defense could present a decent pass defense. And yes, there was still so much reason for optimism when it came to Jeff Fisher's team.
As Fisher and his squad...
There are a number of cliches in the sports world that attempt to convey the relative merits of coaching. The one that I catch myself referencing quite often is that "you cannot win the Kentucky Derby on a donkey."
This saying attempts to capture the idea that the jockey surely matters, but not very much if the animal on which the jockey rides is not of the proper quality...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By R.B. FALLSTROM AP Sports Writer Playing catch-up is nothing new for the St. Louis Rams, who have trailed by double digits in every game.
Week 3 was a step way down because they never got going, and now must rebound in a hurry.
Coach Jeff Fisher said because the schedule is compressed heading into Thursday night's game against San Francisco, the 31...
That’s T.J. McDonald of the St. Louis Rams laying an absolutely devastating block on the Cowboys’ Kyle Wilber on Sunday. McDonald’s block, which drew a flag, was delivered with enough force to sent Wilber completely airborne.
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The Cowboys are winning the battle against the St. Louis Rams in Dallas, but Rams special teams player T.J. McDonald definitely wins his war with the Cowboys Kyle Wilber after he delivering this vicious block.
St. Louis Rams safety T.J. McDonald absolutely annihilated Dallas Cowboys defensive end Kyle Wilber with a monster block on Sunday.
This is easily the biggest block thus far of Sunday’s first round of games. Rams’ T.J. McDonald unleashed a very violent block on the Cowboys’ Kyle Wilber and the result was a bit of devastation. It hurts just to watch this happen. Not surprisingly, the hit was illegal and drew a flag.
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The last time Demarco Murray faced St Louis, he was a relative unknown. But then he turnstyled the entire Rams defense while shoving Emmitt Smith aside in the Dallas Cowboys record books.
You're forgiven if you thought this Rams team would be different. You're forgiven if you believed the hype. I did too. But now, after watching Murray get free runs inside and out...
FINAL SCORE: 31-7
GAME MVP: DeMarco Murray ( 175 yards, 1 TD )
ANALYSIS: The Rams had looked very competitive the first two weeks of the season, and a big part of that was the offensive line's ability to protect Sam Bradford. This week, they allowed 8 QB hits and 6 sacks. They also couldn't find a way to open any holes in the running game. As a...
St. Louis Rams at Dallas CowboysSunday September 22nd 1:00 PM (EST)Line: Cowboys by 3In years past I would've told people to not even bother watching this matchup. The Dallas Cowboys have been the epitome of mediocrity the past couple of years, and the St. Louis Rams have been, how do I say it nicely? The Rams have just been a bad football team. However, since Jeff Fisher has...