ST. LOUIS -- Robert Quinn knows these opportunities don't come along often.
The St. Louis Rams hosted the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome on Monday in their first Monday Night Football matchup in nearly three years, and Quinn and his defensive teammates seized the chance to strut their stuff.
Seven sacks of quarterback Russell Wilson. A paltry 135 yards of total offense allowed. Only 14 points. A performance that gave the Rams a chance to win on the final play of the game.
That the Rams' offense sputtered on a game-ending fourth-and-goal did little to diminish the dominating performance by the Rams' defense -- one in which the defensive end tandem of Quinn and Chris Long notched three sacks apiece in a 14-9 loss.
"You don't get too many Monday nights at home or at all," Quinn said. "I think everybody stepped up to the plate. Of course, we would have liked the W, but we fell short. We'll look at it, build on it, get better. We've got young, talented guys. I don't think ...