• Final gun report: Vikings 36, Rams 22

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Dec 18, 2012
    The Rams weren’t beat by just the Vikings… they were beat by themselves. A Brian Robison sack was the biggest play on the Rams’ opening possession, forcing a punt that allowed the Vikings to start their first TD drive in Rams territory. You know, something like: “The Rams are the NFL’s youngest team, and they still have a lot to learn, and this loss just proves that they aren’t ready to win yet. But for the moment they lose the tiebreaker with the 8-6 New York Giants , based on each team's conference reco...
    • Round Two: Good season for Rams?

      They were in playoff hunt pretty late in the season.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Silver linings: Rams vs. Vikings

      The facts: The St. Louis Rams fell to 6-7-1 with a 36-22 home defeat to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two. Steven Jackson became the 27th player in NFL history to reach 10,000 yards…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rams' performance lets fans down again

      In the latest Fan Depreciation Day promotion at the Edward Jones Dome, the Rams put on the kind of appalling performance that would empty any bandwagon.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Vikings Beat Rams 36-22

      SCORING SUMMARY At the half the score was 30-7 Vikings.  There’s not too much to report in the 3rd quarter.  The Vikings tacked on a 53 yard Blair Walsh field goal.  Walsh made 3 field goals from at least 50 yards on the day.  Walsh’s performance
      Source: ramsgab.com
  • Free Head Exam: Minnesota Vikings

    After the Minnesota Vikings' 36-22 victory over the St. Louis Rams, here are three issues that merit further examination: The push for tailback Adrian Peterson to win the MVP award hit new heights after his 212-yard effort Sunday pushed his season total…
    Source: ESPN.com

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