Both Patriots Nation and Broncos Country are looking forward to Brady/Manning XV. The rest of the planet will probably enjoy the game, too.
The St. Louis Rams pulled off a huge upset of the New Orleans Saints this past weekend, and they have a chance at finishing the season with a non-losing record, but they’ve got to get past the rebounding Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Rams get cracking on a short work week, with a special Monday practice in advance of Thursday’s showdown at the Dome with San Francisco.
The St. Louis Rams are struggling in a number of aspects, but they’ve held their own in two out of three games so far this season. One would normally worry if the defending NFC champions were coming to town, but the 49ers aren’t looking like the team from last season.
Rams all-time leading rusher Jackson is now a Falcon, and is hoping to be Atlanta’s final piece for a Super Bowl push.
New-look Big Red will provide interesting opening day challenge for Rams come Sunday.