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The St. Louis Rams need Shaun Hill to finish strong

After last Thursday’s 12-6 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the Rams officially have nothing left to play for in 2014 other than pride. The loss extinguished their already very thin chances at making the postseason and relegated them to yet another year of finishing with a record of no better than .500. But as we begin to shift from meaningful football into a complicated offseason...
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Rams Don't Score A TD On Thursday Night

Rams quarterback Shaun Hill threw for 229 yards, but couldn't get his team into the end zone in a 12-6 loss to Arizona.Fantasy Spin:Hill's lack of arm strength was a factor in this one. He's not a fantasy-worthy quarterback. Sam Bradford anyone?
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WATCH: St. Louis Rams QB Shaun Hill Looking Seriously Confused After Getting Smacked By Calais Campbell

The only football games that have some comedic relief are the ones in the movies. The sumo wrestler scoring a touchdown in The Replacements? Hilarious! Burt Reynolds nailing the linebacker in the family jewels  in The Longest Yard? Too damn funny! There was a moment in Thursday's St. Louis Rams-Arizona Cardinals game that does not rival those two classic moments, but is pretty darn...
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The St. Louis Rams shouldn’t wait to grab the opportunity in front of them

Waiting. Just season after miserable season of waiting. That’s how the last decade has been for Rams fans. Waiting to finally cross back into that magical land where fans of teams with records over .500 have something to be proud of and don’t cry themselves (read: booze themselves) to sleep every Sunday night. If you’ve found your way to this column, you need no further description...
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Patient Hill set to make second straight start

ST. LOUIS -- Cobwebs surrounded Shaun Hill before he finally got a chance to show his stuff in the NFL. The St. Louis Rams quarterback knows all about patience. The 34-year-old Hill earned his first victory since 2010 last week with a turnover-free outing against the Broncos, and is set to make his second straight start Sunday at San Diego. The last time he did that was four years...
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November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams reap benefits of Hill's experience in upset of Denver

ST. LOUIS -- It took almost four years, but Shaun Hill didn't waste his opportunity to finally play another full NFL game. The 34-year-old quarterback dealt with plenty of frustration following a groin injury in the first half of the season opener, and his wait got even longer as he watched helplessly while Austin Davis came out of nowhere to earn the starting spot. When too many...
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November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Shaun Hill Catches Own Pass On Crazy Deflection In Win Over Broncos (Video)

Everything went right for the St. Louis Rams on Sunday. The Rams were the clear underdogs as they welcomed the Denver Broncos to town with quarterback Shaun Hill making his first NFL start since 2010. Yet Hill and the Rams found themselves up 10 points late in the second quarter and facing a third-and-3 in Denver territory. The 34-year-old threw a pass, and the ball landed back in...
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Shaun Hill Is Still In The NFL And Tossing 63 Yard TD Bombs

The St. Louis Rams made the questionable decision to bench young and promising quarterback Austin Davis for immortal backup Shaun Hill but the move paid off early against the Denver Broncos. Already up 3-0 and nearing the end of the first quarter, Shaun Hill decided to unleash his inner dragon and the former Vikings, 49ers, Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Top 5 reactions to Shaun Hill taking over at quarterback for the St. Louis Rams

Yesterday, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher made a bit of a surprising announcement that quarterback Shaun Hill would take over under center in place of the struggling Austin Davis. The move comes just days after Fisher had reiterated that Davis would remain the team’s starter, despite some poor recent outings. If nothing else, the move is interesting due to the fact that...
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November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

BREAKING: St. Louis Rams name Shaun Hill as starting quarterback this Sunday

The Rams have officially replaced the struggling Austin Davis with veteran quarterback Shaun Hill. Fisher changes mind. Will start Shaun Hill vs Denver at QB — Jim Thomas (@jthom1) November 12, 2014 Decided to go w/experience. Informed players at team meeting this morning. — Jim Thomas (@jthom1) November 12, 2014 If you recall, Hill was supposed to be the starter all along...
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November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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