Top 5 St. Louis Rams contract priorities for the offseason

The Rams still have two games left to play, but since the only real meaning left in them is ending on a positive note heading into 2015, it’s time to begin the annual shift into the offseason. The Rams have a tricky one ahead of them, as they’ve still got a unique quarterback situation on their hands as well as the task of keeping around a few potential veteran free agents-to...
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It's time for the Rams to start thinking about their QB for next year

ST. LOUIS -- Two strong performances to end the season won't be enough to ensure Shaun Hill keeps his job, but it certainly wouldn't hurt. It's tough to imagine the 34-year-old veteran doing enough to change the perception of him as a solid career backup with limited ability and a tendency to falter under pressure. Then again, with no good long-term answers at quarterback for the...
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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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Grade Day: Rams defense excels but offense flounders against the Cardinals

For the third straight game, the Rams were able to keep their opponent out of the end zone. However, the Rams could not edge the Cardinals out on Thursday night, as the offense only put up six points of their own, causing the Rams to lose 12-6. St. Louis’ offense was anemic. They managed to only tally a field goal each half and went the entire third quarter without a first down...
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Arizona at St. Louis: 3 Things We Learned

1.) The Cardinals' Offense Will Not Be Able To Keep Up In The PlayoffsAt 11-3, the Cardinals are set to make the playoffs, but averaging 13 points per game since Week 11, they have had a lot of trouble with scoring. The Cardinals will be up against some tough defenses in the postseason, most notably the Seahawks and the Lions, both of whom the Cardinals have faced and lost to in...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams' offensive issues usually begin at the line of scrimmage

ST. LOUIS -- The inability to stop a relentlessly aggressive Arizona pass rush made Thursday a long night for quarterback Shaun Hill and the Rams' offense. As usual, Arizona made stopping the run a priority, leaving tailbacks Tre Mason and Benny Cunningham few chances behind a front five that struggled to get much of a push, a recurring issue this season. It hardly came as a surprise...
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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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Rams want quarterback Sam Bradford to return in 2015

With the Rams winning games with Shaun Hill the team continues to move down the draft board and away from the top quarterbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft. With one year left on his rookie contract worth $16.6 million the Rams will want Bradford to re-work the deal before choosing to bring him back. After blowing out his ACL in back to back seasons the former Oklahoma standout may realize...
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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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Dominant defense carries Rams to elusive second straight win

Some familiar and some unusual offensive woes weren't nearly enough to stop the Rams from winning their second straight game for the first time all season. Another dominant defensive performance carried the day in a 24-0 win at Washington, as St. Louis became just the second team since 2000 to record back-to-back shutouts. Redskins running back Alfred Morris ran for six yards on...
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Chris Baker celebrated fumble with loose ball on ground behind him (Video)

The Washington Redskins came into Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams with 12 forced fumbles (10 recovered). After Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan caused another with a sack of Rams quarterback Shaun Hill, defensive tackle Chris Baker took the opportunity to revel in the play by his teammate. Unfortunately, the ball had not yet been...Read More
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Fantasy thinkTank: Week 14 Playoff Rankings

With the playoffs set to go into full swing today, I think it’s important to give fantasy owners a quick reminder: STICK WITH WHAT GOT YOU TO THE “CHIP”!  Where is this coming from, you may ask?  Well, on Thursday, my opponent rode DeMarco Murray, Matt Forte and Dan Bailey to a near 60-point lead before any of my players even pinched the grass. In the past, I’ve been guilty...
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Week 14 FanDuel Advice: Six-Patrick Rides Again

Outside of Thursday Night Football, 30 NFL teams will be playing on Sunday and Monday, allowing for numerous options in one-week leagues. Last week I suggested several bargain plays such as Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shaun Hill, Tre Mason, and Kenny Stills — all of whom worked out quite well. Out of over 80,000 entries, the $175,000 winner of last Sunday’s Million Dollar contest racked...
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Brian Hight’s NFL Picks – Week Fourteen

Brief Recap Coming off a “bye” week that saw Oregon Sports News take a break for Thanksgiving, I’ll just briefly say that I continued to make the picks on ESPN’s Pigskin Pick’em, so you can verify the results, and I’ve gone one game under .500 for the past two weeks, getting eight correct in week twelve and six correct in week thirteen. I’m still hovering a few games...
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NFL Week 14 Picks: St. Louis Rams Primed To Build On Offensive Explosion

Thankfully for all of us, the NFL’s season of giving didn’t end last week. Professional football kindly marches on in Week 14, bringing us plenty of action to wash down our cold turkey sandwiches. The Thanksgiving slate didn’t do anything to clarify the playoff picture, with the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints somehow both winning, and the...
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St. Louis Rams beat the absolute hell out of the Oakland Raiders

The Rams laid an absolute beatdown on the Oakland Raiders today in what was the most lopsided margin of victory for the Rams since the franchise moved to St. Louis in 1995. The final score was 52-0, but somehow that score actually feels a little too low; that’s how thorough the Rams’ domination was. Now, here is where I remind you that this win came against the Oakland Raiders...
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Rams ride 38-point half to 52-0 rout over Raiders

ST. LOUIS (AP) Tre Mason scored two long touchdowns and Shaun Hill accounted for three TDs in the St. Louis Rams' 52-0 rout over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. St. Louis had an out-of-nowhere 38-point first half that tied for second biggest in franchise history. Mason had 113 yards rushing on six carries in the half with an 89-yard score, plus a 35-yard jaunt on a screen pass that...
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Tre Mason scores on 89-yard touchdown run (Video)

            Tre Mason has been showing the star potential that many saw in him back in his days with the Auburn Tigers, and the St. Louis Rams have been more than happy to give him as many opportunities to make plays as they can. He has already come through with a big game this afternoon in the first half for the Rams, and has been one...
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Tre Mason Reminds The Raiders That They Are The Raiders With 35 Yard Touchdown

The Raiders got their first win of the season against the Chiefs on November 20th but they quickly fell back down to earth against the St. Louis Rams. After going three and out on their first possession, the Raiders punted the ball and allowed their defense to quickly show their own ineptitude. Shaun Hill wouldn’t Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Mailbag: What do the St. Louis Rams have to do to ensure they beat the Raiders?

What must the Rams do to not blow the game against the Raiders? – Danny While the Raiders are the worst team in the league, that doesn’t mean that they aren’t a team to show up against. They just upset the Kansas Chiefs 24-20, a team that beat the Rams by 27 points and also one that contained the Chargers better than the Rams. So what must the Rams do to rebound against the...
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Rams reeling from rally-killing interception

ST. LOUIS -- Shaun Hill can relate to that nauseating sense of failure 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick carried off the field earlier this month when his goal-line fumble handed a victory to the St. Louis Rams. Now, it's Hill's turn to be humbled. The Rams (4-7) turned to the 34-year-old journeyman confident he wouldn't make the game-killing mistakes that dogged neophyte Austin...
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Rams reeling from rally-killing interception

ST. LOUIS (AP) Shaun Hill can relate to that nauseating sense of failure 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick carried off the field earlier this month when his goal-line fumble handed a victory to the St. Louis Rams. Now, it's Hill's turn to be humbled. The Rams (4-7) turned to the 34-year-old journeyman confident he wouldn't make the game-killing mistakes that dogged neophyte Austin...
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Grade Day: St. Louis Rams throw the game away

After an emotional and eye-opening win against the Denver Broncos last week, some expected the Rams to continue with the momentum against the struggling Chargers. For the umpteenth time, however, the Rams couldn’t close the game out. The Rams began a late-game heroic comeback but fell short on a last-minute boneheaded interception by Shaun Hill. Some things won’t change for the...
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The Rams Are Making Me Hate The Rams

Fire Brian Schottenheimer.What happened in yesterday’s game is the epitome of Rams football; shooting themselves in the foot at the worst possible time or with plenty of time left on the clock to, you know, NOT shoot themselves in the foot.After a beautiful pass from Shaun Hill to Kenny Britt to put the Rams in position to score a touchdown and steal the win, or at the very least...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss
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