When the St. Louis Rams and Dallas Cowboys meet for an NFL Week 3 matchup at the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday, they will do so as two clubs that feel a whole lot better about themselves than they did this same time last week.
One series into Sunday’s Week 2 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked a whole lot like last week’s Week 1 contest against the Minnesota Vikings — the St. Louis Rams were getting pushed around the field and seemed unable to do anything about it.
Quarterback Shaun Hill practiced, but was still limited in what he was allowed to do on Friday, making it increasingly likely that third-year man Austin Davis will be the starter under center when the St. Louis Rams take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond Jayes Stadium this Sunday.
Anger, disappointment, and a fierce desire to put what happened last Sunday behind them was the overwhelming sentiment Rams head coach Jeff Fisher wanted to convey regarding his team, during his weekly Monday press conference at the Rams Park Training Facility in Earth City.
Two teams coming off disappointing home losses in their respective NFL season openers this past Sunday will meet this week when the St. Louis Rams travel to western Florida to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
By Cedric Williams All the optimism and enthusiasm that comes from the start of every NFL season lasted about a half for the St. Louis Rams, who were left battered and beaten Sunday afternoon at […]
Two key members of the St. Louis Rams starting offense and defense returned to practice on Thursday, as left tackle Jake Long and outsideline linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar both participated fully in the club’s workout at the Rams Park training facility in Earth City.
After first considering going into the new NFL season with just two quarterbacks on its game day roster, the St. Louis Rams decided on Monday they needed to a veteran to also backup new starter Shaun Hill.
Sunday’s matchup will mark the seventh time St. Louis has hosted Minnesota at the Edward Jones Dome since the club moved from Los Angeles to the Gateway City in 1995.
The 49ers’ acquisition of wide receiver Stevie Johnson is a win for both the team and player. San Francisco gets what they hope is the final missing piece to their passing game, while Johnson gets the chance to return home and not only play for a contender, but play in a market where his talents will not go un-noticed.