There are certain things that should be a given for guys in the NFL. Offensive and defensive linemen from both teams should take in a buffet after the game. Quarterbacks should have hair care products on the sideline to make sure their hair looks good when they tak off their helmets. Oh--and superstar wide receivers should be covered on any and every given play.Apparently the St...
ST. LOUIS -- Austin Davis and Jared Cook quickly dismissed any lingering bad feelings between them after a brief incident caught by television cameras during Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Cook dropped a relatively easy touchdown pass on third down with St. Louis leading, 21-17, and on the sideline Davis appeared to reach out his hand to offer some encouragement to his tight end...
Things got a bit tense on the sideline of the St. Louis Rams-Dallas Cowboys game. Rams QB Austin Davis went to say something to Jared Cook and looked to be trying to high-five him when Cook shoved Davis out of the way. His teammate William Hayes came to his defense though and put Cook in […]
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ST. LOUIS (AP) Terrance Williams scored the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter, and Bruce Carter returned an interception 25 yards for a TD on the next snap, capping the Dallas Cowboys' comeback from a 21-0 deficit to stun the St. Louis Rams 34-31 on Sunday.
DeMarco Murray's 1-yard run late in the first half began the rally for Dallas (2-1). Dez Bryant caught...
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Jared Cook shoves Austin Davis on the St. Louis Rams' sideline during Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Watch: Rams’ Jared Cook Shoves His Quarterback after Missed Pass St. Louis Rams’ tight end Jared Cook rudely shoves his own quarterback, Austin Davis after dropping what would have been a touchdown pass. What a jerk. Luckily some other teammates were there to keep a raging Cook in check. Jared …
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The St. Louis Rams watched a 21-0 lead disappear quickly in Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, and the players were not happy about it. Things erupted on the sideline early in the fourth quarter when TE Jared Cook pushed QB Austin Davis. When Cook couldn't hold onto a potential touchdown catch from Davis, the team was forced to settle for a field goal to go up, 24...
This is a first for me.
Rams tight end Jared Cook dropped a touchdown pass in the endzone and afterwards shoved quarterback Austin Davis who was trying to show him some support.
Cook was immediately reprimanded by one of his teammates. The Rams have come apart against the Cowboys.
St. Louis Rams tight end Jared Cook shoved his quarterback Austin Davis on the sidelines Sunday after the team failed to score a touchdown in the red zone. The Rams were up 21-20 and had the ball at the Dallas 10. On 3rd and 3, Davis threw a pass to Cook in the end zone […]
Jared Cook needs serious lessons in teamwork. This is just disgusting.
After Cook dropped the potential TD pass he reacted by lashing out on QB Austin Davis.
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It wasn’t Austin Davis fault that Jared Cook couldn’t hold on to a TD pass. Rams currently imploding.
Jared Cook pushes Austin Davis
Jared Cook getting WAY too much $ to drop that easy TD
— Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) September 21, 2014
One of those unwritten rules is that you never put your hands on the quarterback and I am glad to see Davis’ teammates stick up for him.
H/T SB Nation
The St. Louis Rams have blown a massive lead at home against the Cowboys and now appear to be pointing fingers on the sideline. Watch as tight end Jared Cook appears to hear a jab from an unknown party and shoves his QB out of the way in order to start some sideline extracurricular activities: [Twitter] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Dez Bryant is receiver who should always command plenty of attention from defenses. Apparently the St. Louis Rams didn’t get the memo.
FYI, this is not good defense:
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The Cowboys will be looking to win their 2nd consecutive game. DeMarco Murray has had career games against the Rams, and he’ll need that same production today for us to win this game. If I’m the Rams, I load up the box and I would test Romo’s arm. The Rams will want to see if Romo is still playing injured and force the ball in the air and hope for the bad decisions from the...
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams quarterback Shaun Hill is active for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys but Austin Davis is expected to get his second straight start.
The Cowboys will be without their top two tacklers. Middle linebacker Rolando McClain (groin) had been questionable and linebacker Justin Durant (groin) is out for the second straight week.
Rams wide receiver...
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The St. Louis Rams are expected to start quarterback Austin Davis over Shaun Hill against the Cowboys on Sunday, FOX Sports 1 Insider Mike Garafolo and other media report.
Davis also got the nod against Tampa Bay last week, completing 22 of 29 passes for 235 yards with no interceptions in his first career NFL start. He led the Rams to a 19-17 win over the Buccaneers.
In other injury...
Austin Davis shows good instincts and movement in the pocket to avoid the rush, Davis also shows good accuracy throughout the game against the Bucs. The Rams opened up the game last week with a good balance of pass and run as the offensive line for the Rams got good push in the run game and nice protection to start the game. It also helped that...
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Last week, the St. Louis Rams relied on Greg Zuerlein to kick them to victory, as 12 of the team’s 19 points came from field goals. In fact, the entire offensive game plan was putting Zuerlein in field goal range, and realistically, that was the best the team could hope for. The offensive line wasn’t doing the running game or quarterback Austin Davis any favors, so the team had...
Here is an animated GIF from an old-school game between the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams. Trivia questions are below the image.
1. The Cowboys beat the Rams on Thanksgiving Day. During which season did this game take place?
2. Who was the L.A. running back being tackled by Bob Lilly and Cornell Green?
3. Which former Cowboy caught a 41-yard pass for the Rams?
Ferguson protestors are seeking St. Louis Rams tickets in the hopes of getting into the Edward Jones Dome and disrupting this Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
The threat came Tuesday at a St. Louis County Council meeting.
“It’s not going to a fun day Sunday at your beautiful Rams game,” one protestor said.
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson is well aware of those...
Dallas Cowboys at St. Louis Rams
Edward Jones Dome
Sunday, September 21, 2014 | 12:00pm (CT)
The Cowboys (1-1) travel to St. Louis (1-1) with the current NFL’s leading rusher, DeMarco Murray. The Rams may expect the Cowboys to pound the run most of the game, but don’t be surprised if they successfully bring as much pressure onto quarterback Tony Romo as they can, who has looked...
St. Louis Rams (1-1) at Dallas Cowboys (1-1)
This game is relatively meaningless for the Cowboys as compared to next week’s game against the Saints in Dallas. Teams are 74-117 ATS as road favorites before being home underdogs since 1989, including 20-39 ATS when both games are non-divisional. They could easily overlook the Rams. They can’t really afford to do that. The Cowboys...
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Dallas Cowboys at St. Louis Rams
Edward Jones Dome
Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014 | 12 p.m. CT
This is pretty obvious: The Rams need to stop no. 29, Demarco Murray. No need to rehash everything Ted Bryant excellently laid out in his column earlier this week, but I’ll boil his column down to two main points: 1. The Rams’ run defense...
The St. Louis Rams tweeted on September 18th that "Coach Jeff Fisher stated that 'the starting quarterback could be a game time decision.' @STLouisRams."#453361878 / gettyimages.comShaun Hill did some work at Thursday's practice, which included some seven-on-seven drills, even though Austin Davis continued to get most of his reps with the first team, according...