Found December 09, 2011 on Football Nation:
St. Louis @ Seattle   After predictably getting blanked by the 49ers on the road, the Rams get another stiff challenge by going up to Seattle on Monday Night Football to hopefully avoid getting embarrassed for a second week in a row.  Ok, let’s face it… the Rams have been embarrassed for just about 14 weeks in a row, with their high point being an inexplicable win over the Saints (I’m now convinced Sean Payton must have had money on the Rams, that’s the only way it could have happened), and a bye week where they mercifully didn’t have to play a game.  The Seahawks come off a big win over the “Wizard of Oz” Eagles… you know, they play with no heart, no brains, and no courage; now the ‘Hawks get to host a Rams team that they should equally dominate. AJ Feeley was a disaster last week against the 49ers, as he was generally ineffective when he wasn’t throwing interceptions or fumbling the ball.  He also fractured his thumb on his throwing hand, so chances are the team will be forced to
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