Found September 26, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:

Steven Jackson Week 4: Can Rams clip Seahawks at home?The St. Louis Rams head home to the Edward Jones Dome where they are unbeaten in the 2012 NFL season.  Perhaps the friendly confine under the Gateway Arch provides this team with the edge they will need if they hope to win against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.  Many Rams fans are hopeful of a repeat of the Washington Redskin victory against the highly favored division rival Seahawks.  After a poor performance against the Chicago Bears, head Coach Jeff Fisher has a lot of coaching to do, if the Rams hope to even their record on Sunday.

The Seahawks on Monday night handed a Green Bay Packers team 8 sacks of quarterback Aaron Rodgers.… Read more

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