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Forget about Sam Bradford and Steven Jackson. The St. Louis Rams‘ true offensive star thus far is a rookie kicker from a Division II school. Greg Zuerlein made 21 consecutive field goals last fall at Missouri Western, and he’s been a sure thing in the NFL, too.
The rookie kicked four field goals, setting a club record with a 58-yarder and then topping it with a 60-yarder, and helped the Rams beat the Seattle Seahawks 19-13 on Sunday. He’s 12 for 12 on the year.
“Right now, our kicker is the MVP of the season,” Running back Steven Jackson said. “Pretty much, all we’ve got to do is get across the 50-yard line and we’re in his range.”
This has been a huge success for the rookie kicker, because he can easily hit a 70 yarder. He was the best kicker coming out in the draft and the Rams struck gold with this kid.
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Leading the hit-parade was rookie Greg “The Leg” Zuerlein who booted two franchise record field goals ending up with the best at 60 yards. The Leg scored four field goals for a total of 12 of the 19 points St. Louis put on the board; the other seven came from a fake field goal also pulled off by the Rams special teams when holder John Hekker fired off a pass to Danny Amendola...
Rookie kicker Greg Zuerlein has topped the field goal record he set earlier in the Rams game against the Seahawks on Sunday with a 60-yarder in the third quarter.
Zuerlein kicked a club-record 58-yarder in the first quarter, and his 60-yarder put St. Louis ahead 16-7.
Zuerlein is a sixth-round pick out of Missouri Western, and now is 11 for 11 on field goal tries.
Entering the 2012 season, the St. Louis Rams looked only to start the rebuilding of a team that went 2-14 in 2011. They started at the top with replacing General Manager Billy Devaney, and replaced him with the Atlanta Falcons Head of Player Personnel Director Les Snead. Snead immediately looked for a Head Coach and was able to lure long time Tennessee Titan Head Coach Jeff Fisher...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Missouri Western was a must stop for NFL special teams coaches this spring. Everyone wanted a close look at the kicker who made 21 field goals in a row, nine of them from midfield or beyond.
The Vikings put Greg Zuerlein high on their shopping list. The Texans, made the trip to St. Joseph, Mo., too. Rams special teams coach John Fassel showed up twice.
As I predicted, the Rams did beat the Seahawks. It was a tough game, but the Rams were able to pull through and win 19-13. It was a close game that couldn't have got much closer. Many of the points scored were from field goals by the rookie kicker Greg Zuerlein. Zuerlein had four field goals including a 60-yard field goal. If you haven't learned how to spell "Zuerlein...
It was another tough win for the Rams, but they were able to pull it off. They are definitely grateful for another win. The Rams beat the Seahawks 19-13 mainly due to the help of kicker Greg Zuerlein. We already learned what a great kicker he is earlier in the season. Below is a list of five things we learned from this game.1. The Rams Can Win At HomeThe Rams have won both of their...
ST. LOUIS -- Relying on thunder-footed rookie kicker Greg Zuerlein and a defense which kept the Seahawks out of the end zone after the game's first 4 minutes and 15 seconds, St. Louis matched its win total of 2011 with a 19-13 verdict Sunday at Edward Jones Dome. Zuerlein, a sixth-round draft pick in April out of Missouri Western, drilled field goals of 58, 48, 60 and 24 yards...
The Rams didn't limit Steven Jackson's carries Sunday against the Seahawks but the running back was ineffective again, carrying 18 times for 55 yards.Fantasy Spin:Jackson, hampered by a groin issue in recent weeks, is only rushing for 3.3 yards per carry this season. He's yet to find the end zone, though he did have a touchdown called back by a penalty Sunday.
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10) The Bills took a big lead on the Patriots, just to show that they could still give up 52 points and get blown out anyway
9) Greg Zuerlein is the Rams' kicker, he connected from 58 and 60 yards, and honestly, it might be time to start taking the air out of the kicking balls
8) You can not stop Dwayne Bowe from providing fantasy goodness in...
Running back Steven Jackson is active for the St. Louis Rams after missing all practices this week with a groin injury.
Defensive tackle Michael Brockers, the Rams first-round draft pick, makes his NFL debut against Seattle on Sunday. He is coming off a high right ankle sprain.
Jermelle Cudjo, who started the first three games at right tackle, is inactive.
Wide receiver Steve...
Jason La Canfora of NFL Network expects injured Rams halfback Steven Jackson to participate in Sunday's game versus the Seahawks, though he could be limited.Fantasy Spin:Jackson, hampered by a groin issue in recent weeks, has only totaled 20 carries over his last two games so we'd be very wearing about employing him as anything more than a flex player in Week 4. Daryl Richardson...
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Jackson had been listed as questionable with a groin injury.
A focal point of the Rams offense for years, it is expected that Jackson will have a reduced role in the game since the injury is preventing him from being at 100 percent.
The injury occurred last weekend at Solider...
1st and 10 from the St. Louis 20 yard line, with 0:40 left in the first quarter, trailing by 4
Deuce Right Jam 989 Out, Givens on a 9 route
The Rams come out in 12 personnel (1 back, 2 tight...