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St. Louis Rams corner back Bradley Fletcher and the Rams defense has struggled this season. Fletcher has commited a leaguehigh six penalties on the season and was fine $15,000 for two playsduring the Rams blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens in week three. - Photo courtesy of Getty ImagesThe loss of corner back Ron Bartell for the season certainly has put the St. Louis Rams and their defense in a bind. The Rams are second to last in the NFL in total yards allowed, letting opponents rack up 426.3 yards per game during the team's 0-3 loss to the season.To compensate for the loss of Bartell and to try and stop the bleeding, the Rams have picked up an extra corner back in Rod Hood and Rams fans have been quick to point the ineptitude of Justin King, Bartell's replacement at corner back. But King has not been the only player who has struggled because of the absence of Bartell.Rams corner back Bradley Fletcher has had his struggles as well. Fletcher, who has been promoted to t...
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Here is this week’s installment of our crossover with the Rams opponent for the upcoming week. I had a chance to chat with Redskins writer Ryan Estorninos from Riggo’s Rag about … [visit site to read more]Meet The Rams Week 4 Opponent: Redskins - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Blog
If the Rams hope to notch their first win of the season on Sunday
against the Washington Redskins, they will need to do a better job
of protecting quarterback Sam Bradford, who has been sacked 12
times already on the young season. - Photo courtesy of Getty
Hopes were high for the St. Louis Rams offense coming into the 2011 season.
Budding star quarterback Sam Bradford is in...
ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Rams are optimistic Steven Jackson will have a larger workload this weekend when they host the Washington Redskins.Jackson has been hobbled by a strained quadriceps muscle. He was hurt on the Rams' first play of the season against Philadelphia.The Rams' captain scored a ...
The St. Louis Rams are optimistic Steven Jackson will have a larger workload this weekend when they host the Washington Redskins.
There weren't many changes on the daily injury report for the Redskins and the Rams on Thursday.
St. Louis listed three players with limited participation in practice: running back Steven Jackson (quad), tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (back) and receiver Danny Amendola (elbow). Defensive tackle Darell Scott (thumb) and running back Carnell Williams (hamstring) were limited Wednesday...
I’m not prepared to get crazy and start calling this Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins a “must-win” for the Rams, but after the way the team has looked during its 0-3 start, I think this is about as important a game as you can have in … [visit site to read more]SJ39 Ready To Go For Sunday - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Blog
St. Louis Rams wide receiver has been downgraded to doubtful for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins with a dislocated left elbow.