Defense gave up season-worst 514 yards as Rams fall to 6-9.
St. Louis suffers its first loss at home since a Monday Night Football against San Francisco back in October.
Rams are now 6-7 on the season, following Sunday’s 24-0 road win over the Washington Redskins.
Johnny Hekker could’ve become a restricted free agent at end of season
Sunday’s 52-0 victory over Oakland was by far St. Louis’ best performance of the season, and it was second-largest victory, based on final margin, in franchise history.
The Blue & Gold was in San Diego for a key matchup against the AFC West’s Chargers, and for fans of the club, it had to feel good to watch their team battle to the end against a quality team that made the playoffs last year.
But like so many (and too many) Rams’ performances in recent memory, Sunday’s contest ended in heartache, as St. Louis fell just short (again) in a 27-24 loss to San Diego.
Defense set the tone, offense was steady, and special teams were, well, special on Sunday, as Rams battered the visiting Broncos for a 22-7 victory at the Edward Jones Dome.
It was another tough day for the St. Louis Rams, who blew yet another lead, in Sunday’s 31-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
A raucous home crowd of 57,855 saw the St. Louis Rams grab their first home win of the season on Sunday, in a 28-26 triumph over the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.
St. Louis pulls off trickery on special teams, holds on for 28-26 win over Seattle.