By Cedric Williams The St. Louis Rams chose to avoid the rain and cold weather by practicing indoors Thursday night, but with forecasts predicting rain in the D.C. area this weekend, the club will likely […]
Head coach would prefer to not get involved in any protest or political debates.
Both teams played in blowouts Sunday — the Rams beat Oakland 52-0, and the ‘Skins lost to Indianapolis 49-27.
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.
Rams defensive captain has been on injured list since Week 1, but appears ready to play Sunday at the Dome.
Rams head coach is a longtime member of the NFL’s Competition Committee, but even he is baffled by some of the penalties being called against his team recently.
Oakland picked up its first win in more than a calendar year last week in a 24-20 decision over the Kansas City Chiefs.
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.
Rams defensive captain came back to practice last week, could play, but probably won’t Sunday in San Diego.
Rams coach says the second-year linebacker is playing better recently because he’s in better shape.