• Amendola returns; is on active list for Rams

    Summary of 19 articles · Updated Dec 16, 2012
    “Any time you get points out of a drive, it’s good,” Amendola said. “We need to do it more often.” With the Rams opening in a three-wide receiver set, Amendola started for the first time since Nov. Amendola’s touchdown, on a 6-yard pass from Sam Bradford early in the fourth quarter, was his first since Game 4 against Seattle. Amendola tried to make amends on the Rams' next score, when he caught a successful two-point conversion from Sam Bradford after Bradford hit Lance Kendricks for another 6-yard score. On the home front, on the day that Steven Jackson could be playing his final home game for the Rams, he could reach a major career milestone. On the ninth carry, he went 82 yards for a touchdown tying the career-long run he set two weeks ago at Green Bay to give the Vikings a 14-7 lead en route to a 30-7 halftime lead in a game that basically eliminates the loser from the playoff hunt.
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    • Amendola returns from foot injury

      But Dahl could miss remainder of season with a torn biceps.
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    • Danny Amendola beefs an usher with a touchdown spike, tries to make up for it later

      St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola could be forgiven, we suppose, for his exuberance on this six-yard, fourth-quarter touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings, except for two things: First, the catch put the score at 33-13, Vikings. Probably not the …
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    • Rams, Vikings tied 7-7 in second quarter

      Rams pummel Peterson, but Vikes QB Ponder beats them for early TD. 
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  • Rams trail Vikes 36-22 in fourth quarter

    Peterson runs for 212 yards, including 82-yard TD. Rookie Walsh boots five FGs, including three of 50 or more yards.
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    • Rams trail Vikings 33-14 in fourth quarter

      Minnesota dominating every phase of the game as Rams' playoff hopes fade.
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    • Wrap-up: Vikings 36, Rams 22

      Thoughts on the St. Louis Rams' performance during a 36-22 home defeat to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 15: What it means: The Rams lost ground in the NFC West and NFC playoff picture while falling to 6-7-1. This was only the Rams' second defeat since O…
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    • Vikings Destroying Rams 30-7 at Halftime

      This game started off bad for the Rams from play number one.  Givens took the kick off from deep in the end zone and ran it out to about the 10.  One first down later the Rams punted the ball giving the Vikings great field position.  The Vikings throw
    • Peterson over 100 yards as Vikings lead 30-7

      Defense adds a score as Griffen returns first career interception for a touchdown.
    • Peterson, Vikings rolling the Rams

      The Vikings and the Rams are engaged in what essentially amounts to a playoff elimination game. The Rams are the team most likely to be eliminated from playoff contention. Since the Rams knotted the game at seven early in the second quarter, the Vikings…
    • Rams trail Vikings 33-7 in third quarter

      Peterson breaks off 82-yard TD run; Vikings add 10 points off Rams turnovers.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Adrian Peterson takes a big chunk out of the record chase with another 82-yard TD

      One of the many amazing things about Adrian Peterson's unbelievable season is that the Vikings have almost nothing else on offense. Christian Ponder gives the Vikings no threat in the passing game, especially with Percy Harvin done for the year. Teams c…
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    • Rams trail Vikings 27-7 in second quarter

      Peterson breaks off 82-yard TD run; Vikings add 10 points off Rams turnovers.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Vikings 36, St. Louis 22

      The Vikings (8-6) stopped the Rams (6-7-1) 36-22 in St. Louis on Sunday.
    • Vikings score, with no help from Peterson

      At a time when it’s believed that the Vikings will go only so far as running back Adrian Peterson can carry them, the Vikings lead the Rams with no help from Peterson at all. In fact, they got negative help from Peterson. The Vikings drove 45 yards for
  • Rams, Vikings on edge of abyss

    A loss would all but eliminate either team from a shotat the postseason.
    Source: stltoday.com

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