Mathematically the St. Louis Rams are not eliminated from post season play yet. Their chances are pretty darn slim, but if they can find a way to keep winning who know what can happen. One thing that will certainly help is guys like defensive back Janoris Jenkins making big plays like this one:A 99-yard interception return for a touchdown.
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Janoris Jenkins is still growing as an NFL defensive back. But he already has a knack for big plays.
The St. Louis Rams corner was in fine form on Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. The Bolts had driven the ball down into the red zone and seemed poised for a touchdown. Then, this happened:
Jenkins ripped the ball away and 99 yards later had a touchdown. That's the seventh interception...
St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins made a game-changing interception early in the second quarter of Sunday’s road test against the San Diego Chargers and took Philip Rivers‘ pass all the way to the house for a 99-yard pick-six to give St. Louis a 10-3 lead at Qualcomm Stadium.
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ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins injured his right knee late in the first half against the Seattle Seahawks
Jenkins, the Rams' top cornerback, was hurt assisting on the tackle after a 22-yard reception by Cooper Helfet. He was down on the field for several minutes with 1:41 to play and Seattle at the St. Louis 36.
Jenkins walked off the sideline for medical...
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October 19, 2014
ST. LOUIS -- In three NFL seasons, Janoris Jenkins has been a big-play cornerback for the St. Louis Rams, returning four interceptions and a fumble recovery for touchdowns.
He loses his share, too.
"You're going to make plays and you're going to give up plays," Jenkins said Wednesday after practice. "I mean, however they come baby, they're just going to come."
Getting scalded on...
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October 15, 2014
For anyone who read Bucky Brooks’ piece on the potential of the Rams defense under new coordinator Gregg Williams, you’ll recall that he addresses his excitement for safety T.J. McDonald to emerge as a force in the St. Louis secondary (If you haven’t yet read it, give it a look over at NFL.com).
The analysis is thorough and overwhelmingly positive, and as refreshing as it was...
As it stands, the St. Louis Rams boast one of the youngest secondary units in the league. Cornerbacks Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson are each entering their third season, which makes them the veterans among the starting unit. It’s no secret that much of the Rams’ defensive success in 2014 will hinge on their continued development in year three.
On that note, former Rams...
As we are only a few weeks away from the 2014 NFL draft the St. Louis Rams looks like a team that is trying to build through the draft. They have been the leagues youngest team for two years now and looking to stay young for a third. The Rams have a solidified starter at most of their positions, but there is one that still needs improvement.
In 2012 the Rams signed cornerback Cortland...
The Rams selected two cornerbacks – Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson – in the first three rounds of the 2012 draft and added fifth-rounder Brandon McGee in the 2013 draft. However, none of these guys have elevated themselves to even above-average status compared to other starting NFL cornerbacks.
The team also released Cortland Finnegan this offseason and signed Greg Reid...
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Rams rookie receiver Tavon Austin and cornerback Janoris Jenkins sat out practice Wednesday.
Austin injured his left ankle when he was tackled on a 56-yard run in the second half of the Rams' loss at Arizona on Sunday. Jenkins, the team's top cornerback, was listed Wednesday as having a back injury.
Cornerback Brandon McGee (foot) and running back Daryl Richardson...