It’s the time of the year where players sit out practices to get an extra day of rest before Sunday.
The scenarios are similar, but this year’s Rams team is much different than the 2010 version.
The Jets were the laughingstock of the league, but it was the Rams who looked foolish on Sunday.
Grading the Rams positional units through the first quarter of the season.
The Rams are 3-0 at home and proving that the Edward Jones Dome will be a tough place to play for opponents.
DT Michael Brockers returned to the practice field for the first time since the preseason; RB Steven Jackson was held out for the second straight week.
Ohio State alum is one of team’s emerging stars.
Kevin previews the upcoming Rams season and matchup against the Lions with linebacker James Laurinaitis and Jim Brandstatter from the Lions radio network.
Jeff Fisher believes if the game plan is sound, it doesn’t matter who makes the calls.
“I’ve got a wonderful wife, that’s my only sanity,” Spagnuolo said. “It’s not easy. I’m hanging my hat on the fact that I see no quit in this football team.”
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