Found September 27, 2012 on
I think an apology is in order before I kick this article off.
I am sorry Steven Jackson. You have spent your entire career playing for a woeful franchise. You have put up Hall of Fame numbers. You have been a first class citizen in the St. Louis community. You have been an outstanding teammate. You could have went to another franchise and maybe go for a ring, but you chose to end your career here in St. Louis.
Here is why I need to apologize ahead of time.
I think it may be time for Steven Jackson to take a back seat to the young rookie running back Daryl Richardson. Richardson brings fresh legs that are able to hit small holes which the St. Louis Rams very inexperienced offensive line can barely open up.
This young back can offer something that Jackson can’t offer anymore and that is versatility. He can catch the ball out of the back field and turn up field for big yards. Even though he is 5-10 and 192 pounds, this kid is not afraid to put his shoulder down and ...
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The topic of whether the St. Louis Rams should return to L.A. needs to be discussed. St. Louis Rams fans will hate this article, because it threatens your very existence as a fan for the ones who go to the games in St. Louis, MS. However with the actual building of a stadium in Los Angeles, CA, the Rams should be given the opportunity to return to the city the Rams called home for...
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson did not practice for the second straight day Thursday while nursing a nagging groin injury.
While Jackson watches, rookie Daryl Richardson has been making his mark with Seattle up next on Sunday.
Richardson was the next to last pick of the draft out of Abilene Christian and at 196 pounds is 40 pounds lighter than Jackson...
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson (groin) missed his second consecutive practice on Thursday, according to ESPN.
Jackson picked up the injury in week 2 against Washington, and struggled the next week in Chicago.
Daryl Richardson is next in line if Jackson is held out or limited on Sunday's game against Seattle.
Jackson has been a durable running back in...
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Oh yeah, its gone, Brockers said. Thats a taboo. You dont want to keep that around. Get that thing away.
The defensive lineman was back on the field Wednesday, practicing for the first time since suffering...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Looking for a sure thing on offense three games into the Jeff Fisher era with the St. Louis Rams? It might be Greg Zuerlein.
The rookie kicker is 8 for 8 on field goals this season, including a 56-yarder last week - 1 yard shy of the franchise record.
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Writers Disclaimer: Be prepared for the tone of this article to swing from positive to negative, hopeful to panic and back again.
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The Seahawks are coming off their controversial win over the Packers at Monday night and they are tied at 2-1 with the 49ers 1 game back of the surprising Cardinals. It is no surprise that the Rams are at the bottom of the division at 1-2, but at least they are home in this NFC match up.
The Rams are coming off a weak offensive...
Week three is in the books and week four is about to get underway. Last week, the QCS Staff didn’t have our best week as we struggled with all of the upsets but we look to turn it around in week four. Ryan Talbot led the QCS Staff with a 9-7 record in week three. Below is the QCS Staff standings entering week four:
Week 3 Records (overall record):
Ryan Talbot: 9-7 (28-20)