The St. Louis Rams worked through injuries, dealt some harsh blows at times and suffered losses that they really should have won — but they were right on the cusp of the playoffs. A lot was shown in 2013, and this season paves the way for the next step that could very well come in 2014.
From our beloved Cardinals in the World Series, to several international soccer matches in St. Louis, KMOX.com is recapping the top 10 sports stories that impacted the metro-area.
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.
St. Louis has lost three in a row, while Indianapolis has won two straight, and is the only team in the league with wins over Super Bowl favorites San Francisco, Seattle, and Denver.
With Bradford out for the rest of the season, veteran Kellen Clemens will start for the Rams Monday night against Seattle, with newly-signed Austin Davis and Brady Quinn serving as the backups.
A quick break from baseball for a few thoughts on Sam Bradford, as unpopular as they may be. When Sam Bradford went down with an ACL injury on Sunday in Carolina, I found my perception […]
At 6-1, Seattle has the best record in the NFC, with perhaps the conference’s best quarterback, running back, and defense as well.
Quarterback tore an ACL during Sunday’s game at Carolina
Dropped passes, turnovers, and a total lack of control of their emotions net Rams low marks in 30-15 defeat in Carolina.
Bradford had x-rays on the knee before the team left Charlotte. Late Sunday night an MRI in St. Louis indicated Bradford had torn his ACL, a ligament in the knee.