Coach says 3-3 team has not lacked for confidence, even when 1-3.
Sunday proved to be a straight-A kind of day for visiting St. Louis, which thoroughly dominated Houston in a 38-13 romp.
St. Louis defense forces 4 turnovers, offense clicks at Houston.
Home team snapped a three-game losing streak with 34-20 win over Jacksonville, but dropped passes, bad coverage in the secondary, and penalties on special teams continue to be problems for St. Louis.
Rams Defensive End Chris Long called the Thursday night loss to San Francisco “disgusting.”
With the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football crew in town, the Rams got punched in the mouth by the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers.
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.
Terrible grades for everyone is what the Rams are going to get, after their disappointing 31-7 loss in Dallas on Sunday.
Key mistakes nearly cost St. Louis the game, but a stunning finish in the fourth quarter earned the Rams a report card they should be happy with.
New-look Big Red will provide interesting opening day challenge for Rams come Sunday.