Found December 28, 2012 on Football Nation:
I have a lot of respect for the Rams/49ers rivalry, but the divisional rival I hate the most is the Seattle Seahawks. The Rams have never beat the Seahawks twice in the same season, but the Rams haven't lost a divisional game this season.We already know that Steven Jackson is going to have his 8th straight 1,000 yard game season. He's only 10 yards away! We also know that Zuerlein is most likely not going to break any NFL records (not against one of the toughest road teams in the NFL), but what else is going to happen in the game? Rams Win Close GameThe St. Louis Rams had their winning season hopes dashed by the Seahawks in the final game of the 2010 season.  Unlike the final game of 2010, this game will be very close and will keep fans on the edge of their seats til the end.  The Rams won't win by more then 3 or 7 points, but they'll win and that's all that matters.  Don't be surprised if the game goes into overtime, with a final score of something like 27-2...
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