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The St. Louis Rams have declared LB Ben Leber, OL Bryan Mattison, RB Cadillac Williams, WR Danario Alexander, LB Josh Hull, DL Justin Bannan, OL Mark LeVoir inactive for Week 12. Source: KFFL.com
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The Rams' run defense gave up 223 yards to Beanie Wells, making this the second time this season that the Rams have allowed an opponent to set a new franchise rushing record. Wells' performance joins Demarco Murray's atop the NFL leaderboard, and there is now little to look forward to but the draft. And open season on the men who might be running it.
Our men in gold...
ST. LOUIS His disappointment has become routine. After another loss during another disappointing Sunday afternoon, Steve Spagnuolo turned toward a tunnel and was forced to rationalize another result that he struggled to explain. Twelve weeks into the season, the third-year St. Louis Rams head coach jogged toward a corner in the lifeless Edward Jones Dome facing a situation of his...
The Rams played hard today but they didn’t deserve to win. They gave up another TD return on a punt to Patrick Peterson (80 yarder) which they also did in the first meeting. Nick Miller did rip off a 88-yard punt return for a TD for the Rams early in the game today. The offense did not play well for the Rams though and it helped doom them in this game. Sam Bradford completed...
We can discontinue the Brandon Lloyd Watch.
The former Broncos receiver caught his 30th pass of the season for the St. Louis Rams today, officially upgrading the pick the Broncos will receive in next year’s draft to a 5th rounder. The Broncos would have received a sixth-round pick from the Rams had Lloyd caught fewer than 30 passes after the mid-October trade.
Lloyd’s 30th catch...
On Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals will travel to take on the St. Louis Rams in a battle between two of the more disappointing teams in the NFL this season. The St. Louis Rams were the popular pick to win the NFC West this season, but they have struggled this season while the Arizona Cardinals thought they had solved their quarterback issues with the addition of Kevin...
The Rams withstood a 17-point Arizona third quarter, mounting a
fourth-quarter comeback of their own. But in the end it was the
same old Rams. A 23-20 loss Sunday in a game coach Steve Spagnuolo
The St. Louis Rams thought they'd worked out their problems against the run. They thought they could take Patrick Peterson out of the equation, too.
Here are the grades for the St. Louis Rams after their 23-20
loss to the Cardinals at the Edward Jones Dome:
Here is the video...You would think Kregg Lumpkin can manage to get enough for the first down. Cadillac Williams had that knack as a rookie, this guy, I dont know what Bucs management saw in him.You be the judge, did the Bucs get a bad spot? Couldnt they ask for a measurement?
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