ST. LOUIS -- Perhaps the dejection in the Rams' locker room came from Kellen Clemens' late fourth-quarter fumble that led to the 28-21 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon.
"It's a mistake that can't be made and unfortunately, I made it," Clemens said. The Titans needed one play to take advantage as Chris Johnson bolted 19 yards to break a 21-21 tie.
Or perhaps the locker room was as somber as it's been following a home loss because this marked the second time in six days the Rams could have won but didn't.
"We should have won both of them," tight end Jared Cook said, referring also to Monday's 14-9 home loss to Seattle. "It was nobody's fault but ours. It's time for us to start taking responsibility and grow up a little bit."
Perhaps St. Louis' disappointment resulted from a second-half defensive letdown during which they surrendered 249 yards after allowing 135 the entire game against the Seahawks.
"You set a benchmark and then you don't meet it," defensive end Chris L...