Final W 28 - 26
Halloween came early for the Rams on Sunday. A couple of special teams trick plays - including a punt return misdirection and a fake punt - helped give Rams fans an unexpected treat, a 28-26 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. For those who had begun to question coach Jeff Fisher's abilities, the game against the Seahawks proved the game has not passed him by. Maybe he's not a faded anachronism after all... Twitter Talk A nice shout out by Seattle head coach Pete Carroll: Pete Carroll on Rams' ST's: "Some unbelievable cool things that they were able to do on special teams and...
Belleville News Democrat 5 hours ago
With another big lead slipping away at home, St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher made a daring call that turned out to be sheer brilliance.
Belleville News Democrat 13 hours ago
The first punt return of Stedman Bailey’s life resulted in a play that will be watched over and over and over again thanks to an insanely good fake Sunday by…
Rams Gab 15 hours ago
Seems like the Rams have developed a SOP (Standard Operating Procedure). Our SOP is to play well in the first half, gain what seems to be a comfortable lead, come back from the halftime break and let the other team run all over us, wake up late in the 4th quarter, and then play […]
When you’re 1-4 and playing the defending Super Bowl champs, it takes everything at your disposal to find a victory.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 14 hours ago
Suffice to say the Super Bowl title defense is not going as planned for the Seattle Seahawks after the team lost its second-straight game Sunday, a 28-26 defeat to the St. Louis Rams in which the Hawks were outplayed in nearly all aspects of the game. Seattle ended up outgaining St. Louis by nearly 200 […]
ST. LOUIS The reasons for Friday’s stunning trade of Percy Harvin to the New York Jets include some of what you’ve already read — but not all. And Seahawks players sounded divided Sunday on whether Harvin was such a bad fit for the team and the locker room that he needed to go two days before their 28-26 loss at the St. Louis Rams. Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin confirmed in a candid postgame talk following Sunday’s loss here that he and Harvin got in a physical altercation days before Seattle played its preseason finale at Oakland … Read more »
Seattle Times 12 hours ago
And so it has come to this for the Seahawks, who once were the darlings of football, the baddest team in the NFL, the model of a franchise that seemed to do no wrong: They are grasping for positive signs in defeat. The Seahawks’ present is precarious at best, and grim at worst.
The Seattle Seahawks fell to 3-3 with their 28-26 loss at St. Louis on Sunday, and a controversial officiating decision added a dramatic flourish to the final seconds. With 1:14 left in the game, the Rams faced a third-and-1 from their own 45-yard line, needing a conversion to run out the game clock. St. Louis […]