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St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT When a team in the NFL is eliminated from the playoffs, it can sometimes be a challenge to remain focused and, as former New York Jets coach Herman Edwards once famously said, "play to win the game." Veteran leadership helps, and that was evident in the way the St. Louis Rams played in their 26-17 victory over New Orleans Sunday. Now, they hope to continue it and finish at 8-8 with games remaining against Tampa Bay and Seattle.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT Jeff Fisher-coached teams have always had the reputation of playing with an edge, and the result has often been a lot of penalty flags. That is certainly the case now with the St. Louis Rams.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT Last season, the St. Louis Rams were the talk of the NFC West in Jeff Fisher's first season as head coach. The Rams were 4-1-1 in the division with the only loss coming against the Seattle Seahawks in the season finale. Of course, they were 3-7 in non-division games.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT Last season, the St. Louis Rams were the talk of the NFC West in Jeff Fisher's first season as head coach. The Rams were 4-1-1 in the division with the only loss coming against the Seattle Seahawks in the season finale. Of course, they were 3-7 in non-division games.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT Last season, the St. Louis Rams were the talk of the NFC West in Jeff Fisher's first season as head coach. The Rams were 4-1-1 in the division with the only loss coming against the Seattle Seahawks in the season finale. Of course, they were 3-7 in non-division games.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT With Sunday's 30-10 setback at the Arizona Cardinals, the St. Louis Rams (5-8) have now dropped two straight since beating the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears in blowout victories. They were held to 257 net yards against the Cardinals and 56 yards came on a reverse by rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin, who left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT With Sunday's 30-10 setback at the Arizona Cardinals, the St. Louis Rams (5-8) have now dropped two straight since beating the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears in blowout victories. They were held to 257 net yards against the Cardinals and 56 yards came on a reverse by rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin, who left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT After the St. Louis Rams lost to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday, September 26, the coaching staff had some extra days to analyze where things were with the team's offense. In the 35-11 loss to the 49ers, Rams running backs Daryl Richardson (12-for-16) and Benny Cunningham (4-for-6) combined to rush for a mere 22 yards on 16 carries.

St. Louis Rams - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT According to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, there have been more than 360 sets of brothers that have played in the NFL. But rarely does what will happen in St. Louis Sunday take place. When the St. Louis Rams take the field against the Chicago Bears, Rams left defensive end Chris Long will be lined up very close to Bears rookie right guard Kyle Long.

Titans 28, Rams 21

Titans 28, Rams 21: Chris Johnson rushed for a season-high 150 yards and two touchdowns, including the decisive score with 2:54 remaining, as visiting Tennessee outlasted St. Louis. Jurrell Casey sacked Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens and forced him to fumble with 2:59 remaining and Derrick Morgan recovered. Johnson scored from 19 yards out on the ensuing play to help the Titans (4-4) snap a three-game skid while defeating former coach Jeff Fisher.
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