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Kellen Clemens was unimpressive in Monday’s loss to Seattle but will get another crack at starting for the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.
Clemens will again attempt to operate the Rams offense when they take the field to play against the Tennessee Titans in Week 9.
In Monday’s loss, Clemens was a mere 15-of-31 for 158 yards while throwing two interceptions. Clemens inability to play well cost the Rams a chance at staging an upset win over Seattle.
Clemens will be backed up by Austin Davis and Brady Quinn. Two weeks ago the Rams lost Sam Bradford to a season ending ACL tear.
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St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has made it clear that they’re sticking with Kellen Clemens as their starter.
“Yeah, we’re good,” Fisher said via ESPN.com. “He’s a little sore. I don’t know if he’ll do much (Wednesday) but he’ll be fine. I think he only stands to improve.”
Fisher doesn’t have a choice. He has to stick with the quarterback that gives his...
ST. LOUIS --The Kellen Clemens era in St. Louis got off to a rough start against the Seahawks on Monday Night Football.
The Rams' quarterback, pressed into action after Sam Bradford suffered a season-ending knee injury last week in Carolina, threw two interceptions in the first half and had a passer rating of 15.6 going into the fourth quarter.
But Clemens gave his team a...
Kellen Clemens played a trick on the St. Louis Rams’ coaching staff and he certainly wasn’t a treat for the Rams’ fans in his first week of service. In a 9-14 game, the Rams can’t blame the defense for this loss. The blame squarely rests upon the shoulders of the starting quarterback.
Against a stout Seattle Seahawk defense, the Rams had their best running game of the...
EARTH CITY, Mo. --Sam Bradford was back in front of reporters and television cameras at Rams Park on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a season-ending knee injury at Carolina.
But the quarterback has been around his teammates plenty in the week and a half since, basically doing whatever possible while also preparing for his upcoming surgery.
"Someone asked like...
Early in the fourth quarter of the Monday Night barnburner between the Rams and the Seahawks—won 14-9 by Seattle—St. Louis WR Tavon Austin got bumped by a Hawks defender whilst tripping over his own teammate, which led to the rookie performing a dive so European soccer-esque that it had many folks looking for a yellow card from the ref…
Love how Austin tried selling it by...
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...
The St. Louis Rams have announced that quarterback Sam Bradford will undergo ACL surgery next Tuesday.
Dr. James Andrews will perform surgery on Sam Bradford's torn ACL next Tuesday.
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) October 31, 2013
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During Monday night's St. Louis vs. Seattle game, Rams rookie WR Tavon Austin brought us the most epic flop of the 2013 NFL season.
The Rams really deserved to win this game. Well, the Rams defense deserved to win this game. Seattle’s offense mustered nothing except for a short field score and a long TD to Golden Tate that could have just as easily been an interception.Kellen Clemens and Kellen Clemens alone cost St. Louis at least nine points. Greg Zuerlein didn’t help by missing a long field goal late in...
Although they have three wins, the St. Louis Rams are one of the worst teams in football, and despite what some may consider a moral victory over the far superior Seattle Seahawks, the Rams are still struggling to remain competitive.
The single biggest problem ailing the Rams continues to be a lackluster offensive attack. Their defense has given them the opportunity to win some...
St. Louis Rams rookie receiver Tavon Austin gave Monday Night Football viewers a few laughs with a flop for the ages after making a fair catch on a punt return in the fourth quarter.
On the way off the field, Austin deliberately bumped into Seattle Seahawks linebacker Heath Farwell and fell to the ground, laying motionless for a few seconds as if he was dead.
Only by the grace of an inept Rams passing game were the Seahawks able to muster a win Monday night. Ironically, the very same St. Louis offense that ran all over Seattle most of the evening settled for a Kellen Clemens pass attempt on 4th-and-1 with four seconds left in the game and trailing 14-9. Predictably, the ball fell incomplete. Thanks for coming, game over.
Despite the win...
For a split second, you may have thought that St Louis Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin was seriously hurt. His limbs were stretched out in awkward positions. ****, he may be dead.
[2 seconds later]
Did he just play dead?
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Rams running back Zac Stacy has avoided a high-ankle sprain, according to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports.Fantasy Spin:Stacy looked tremendous Monday night against Seattle, gashing a strong Seattle defensive front for 134 yards on 26 carries. However, he was on the sidelines late in the fourth as St. Louis was trying to punch in the go-ahead score and Daryl Richardson got stuffed on...
The Rams knocked and knocked and knocked on the door. In the process they knocked the stuffing out of NFC West powerhouse Seattle.
But they just couldn’t find the end zone, right down to a last-ditch effort on fourth-and-goal from the Seattle 2. As time expired, Kellen Clemens’ fade pattern to a well-covered Brian Quick fell incomplete in the left corner of the end zone.