Pro Football Writers of America honor Rams defensive end for his record-breaking season.
It’s the first time since 2006 the franchise has more than one player on NFC squad.
Running back Zac Stacy topped 100 yards rushing, & the defense punished the Tampa Bay offense.
The St. Louis Rams are no longer “The Greatest Show on Turf”. In fact, the team’s victory over the visiting New Orleans Saints was the polar opposite of the formula used in the early 2000’s, where a high-powered offense ruled the day. The current Rams are quickly creating an identity as a defensive juggernaut, something that has to please head coach Jeff Fisher.
Offense was explosive and defense was dominating in best home win of the season for St. Louis.
Defensive lineman’s alma mater reacts to “play for pay” violations prior to 2010 NCAA season.
St. Louis is 4-6 this season and in 12th place in the NFC playoff standings, but still sit within striking distance of the San Francisco 49ers, who own the sixth and final playoff spot with a 6-4 record.
The Rams have had standouts both good and bad so far in 2013. Here’s our look at the club’s most exciting and most disappointing players of the season.
Sound Adjustments, Precise Execution, And Tavon’s Explosiveness Earn Rams Highest Marks Of The Season
Rams draw straight A’s following scintillating 38-8 win over Indianapolis Colts.
Bob Ramsey is the radio voice of the St. Louis University Billikens. He previews the season, which begins tonight at home against SEMO. Jarrett Bell is an NFL writer for USA Today. He discusses the […]