ST LOUIS --The Rams fans who decided to show up to the Edward Jones Dome on Thursday conveyed their feelings loud and clear before they gave up and trudged toward the exits with more than 10 minutes left in quarter four.
Had the place been full instead of the generously announced crowd of 56,640, the boos would have been much louder.
There sure was plenty to boo about.
Sam Bradford was less than meh. Cortland Finnegan showed he is a liability again. And the special teams penalties have turned into a plague.
But one guy -- Daryl Richardson --got booed in the first half, before anyone else, before a 14-3 dud nosedived into a 35-11 debacle.
When Bradford threw a short pass to Richardson with 29 seconds left in the half,and the ball bounced off Richardson and into the turf, they booed. And not because Richardson, the Rams' starting running back, didn't make the catch. They booed because he didn't make the catch after not doing much of anything else.
Can you blame them?