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James Hall goes for the strip and gets nothing. Donnie Jones needs 10 yards on a fake punt and gets 9.
Two big whiffs in another dispiriting loss that's put the lowly St. Louis Rams in the running for the No. 1 overall draft pick for the second time in three seasons.
The Rams (2-13) and Colts are tied for the worst record in the NFL heading into the finale against NFC West champion San Francisco. If Indianapolis wins at Jacksonville (4-11) and St. Louis drops its seventh in a row, it's a done deal.
It could also be a done deal for coach Steve Spagnuolo, who's a sorry 10-37 in three seasons.
BEST OF MAXIM
So, with less than a week to go in the regular season, the rumor mill is in full swing over the future of coaching staffs around the league and one name which is linked to rumors on a yearly basis is Jon Gruden, this time he is linked to the head coaching position for the St. Louis Rams. I don’t believe this for one second.
Chargers beat writer Kevin Acee for SignonSanDiego...
Late Monday night, Florio posted on a report that Jon Gruden and A.J. Smith could be headed to St. Louis as part of a package deal to replace Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney as coach and general manager. That report by Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune also offered some information about Spagnuolo’s possible…
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo is likely to return to Philadelphia to become the Eagles' defensive coordinator if, as expected, he is fired at the end of the season.
Spagnuolo, an Eagles assistant from 1999-2006, is "all but certain" to replace first-year coordinator Juan Castillo...
The Rams cornerback missed the last two games with a shoulder
injury and needs surgery.
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported last night that former Eagles linebacker coach Steve Spagnuolo will be fired by Rams owner Stan Kroenke and return to the Eagles as their defensive coordinator.
Acee said Spags returning to the Eagles is “all but certain”. Of course, were Spagnuolo to return to Philadelphia as the defensive [...]
Upset of the year? Yahoo rated the 10 worst TV episodes of 2011 — and nary a St. Louis Rams game made the list.
Today we saw the "Same old sorry-ass Rams" as San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Dana Stubblefield once called them. The St. Louis Rams are 10-37 under head coach Steve Spagnuolo after their 27-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Spagnuolo currently has the worst record by a Rams coach in franchise history. The Rams came out with the same conservative approach they have...