James Hall goes for the strip and gets nothing. Donnie Jones needs 10 yards on a fake punt and gets 9.
Two big whiffs in another dispiriting loss that's put the lowly St. Louis Rams in the running for the No. 1 overall draft pick for the second time in three seasons.
The Rams (2-13) and Colts are tied for the worst record in the NFL heading into the finale against NFC West...
Via AP on Fox
December 26, 2011
Defensive end James Hall could miss the remaining two games of the season after suffering an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to Cincinnati, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Hall would be missed by IDP owners as he collected 44 tackles and five sacks, but there is no need for the Rams to push the 34-year-old vet with a dismal 2-12 record.
There are obvious matchups to watch in this game: how well our tackles protect against Chris Long, James Hall, and Robert Quinn (3 pretty good pass rushers); how well Lynch plays against the worst rush defense in the NFL; if our DE’s can finally get some sacks. Those have been covered. These are the 3 things I’ll be watching tomorrow.Seahawks Pass Game vs. The End ZoneSimply...
ST. LOUIS (AP) James Hall's left forearm made the St. Louis Rams' biggest stop last week.
The defensive end said he got a piece of the ball on the Cleveland Browns' botched field goal that handed the Rams only their second victory of the season.
Though technically on special teams, it was the latest example of improvement on the front end of the defense, against the...
Rams claim defensive end James Hall got an arm on the ball,
which missed wide left by a half-foot from 22 yards.
Maybe the St. Louis Rams made their own luck.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo said Monday that game tape showed defensive end James Hall getting a piece of Cleveland's blown field goal near the end of their 13-12 victory over the Browns.
Attention focused on the snap from Ryan Pontbriand that glanced off a lineman's leg and then fluttered back to holder Brad Maynard. He still got...
Via AP on Fox
November 14, 2011
We like playing CSI here at RamsHerd, especially when strange things happen, like the Rams getting a win. The white lab coats, the sunglasses, the snappy dialog, and those millions of CBS viewers.
This week's mystery: did the Browns lose that game, or did the Rams actually win it?
Central to the mystery is whether James Hall got a hand on the potential game-winning 22-yard...
Rams defensive end James Hall got his hand on Phil Dawson's 22-yard missed field goal attempt -- and also flinched to cause the bad snap.