• Live blog: Rams at Seahawks

    Summary of 29 articles · Updated Dec 31, 2013
    • No breaks for Rams in '14 schedule

      ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams are already working at a disadvantage heading into the 2014 season simply by their presence as the last-place team in the NFC West division. That alone guarantees the Rams will play six games against teams that had 10 or …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Bernie Bytes: 5 questions for Rams' offseason

      The Rams still have much work to do to catch their three superior rivals in the NFC West, and it sets up an intriguing and crucial offseason.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Bernie: Rams great at acting tough, not being tough

      In Seattle, the Rams played like a Missing Link team. They went all caveman crazy in an embarrassing defeat.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Rams end up with No. 2 overall pick

      That’s in addition to the No. 13 choice earned by their 7-9 record. Also: Rams' opponents for 2014 are set.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Seahawks linebackers use patience to shut down Rams’ running game

      After giving up 200 rushing yards in their first meeting, the Seahawks hold the Rams to 13, tying a team record.
    • Seahawks show ‘championship poise’ and refuse to stoop to Rams’ level

      In a chippy game, the Seahawks responded not by fighting the Rams back in kind, but by playing better than them. In the process, the Seahawks gave a clinic on how to play physical football, but do it within the rules.
    • Once again, Seahawks put Rams in their place, 27-9

      Rams commit an astounding 21 penalties in 9th straight loss in Seattle.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Penalties pile on Rams in another loss

      Buried under a pile of penalty flags -- some just, some not -- the St. Louis Rams' loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday reaffirmed just how far the Rams have to go to be contenders in the NFC West division. The Rams racked up 12 penalties for 87 yards…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Quick thoughts: Seahawks clinch NFC's No. 1 seed

      Here are quick reactions from Seattle's 27-9 win against St. Louis on Sunday: What happened: First, the big-ticket news: The Seahawks clinched a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with the win. Now, what happened: A footbal…
    • Rams Lose To Seahawks – 9 to 27

      Well, its wasn’t a stepping stone, but the Rams have finished the 2013 season. The Rams defense played tough, but the team as a whole was totally out played by Seattle’s offense and special teams. Once again we managed to muster an offensive effort late…
      Source: ramsgab.com
    • Bernie Bytes: 'Edgy' Rams went over the edge

      They tried to 'stand up' to the Seahawks by taunting, posturing and doing fake tough-guy stuff. It was bad, stupid football.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Rams embarrass themselves in Seattle

      The Rams lost their collective cool in falling 27-9 and finished with a 7-9 record. That makes seven straight losing seasons in St. Louis and 10 straight seasons without a winning record.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Seahawks beat Rams, 27-9, to secure home-field advantage

      Seahawks secure the top seed in the NFC and the NFC West title in a chippy victory against the Rams.
    • Rapid Reaction: St. Louis Rams

      A few thoughts on the St. Louis Rams' 27-9 loss to the Seattle Seahawks: What it means: The Rams finish the season at 7-9, a half-game worse than they were a year ago, but after another manhandling at the hands of a division opponent, it's fair to wonde…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rams vs Seahawks – Halftime

      It’s halftime and the Rams trail the Seahawks 13-0. In their first possession of the game the Rams, via Kellen Clemens, coughed up a pic-6 and have been fighting from behind ever since. Our defense has played well. They have pressured Seattle QB Wilson …
      Source: ramsgab.com
    • Seahawks defense strikes quickly in Seattle

      The Seahawks offense didn’t rebound from last week’s sluggish performance to open Week 17 against the Rams. Seattle went three and out on the opening possession of the game after gaining five yards, but the Seahawks lead 7-0 thanks to some help on the o…
    • Rams seal second pick from Redskins

      When St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher arrived as head coach after the 2011 season, he made a promise to Rams fans everywhere that his team would not hold the second pick in the NFL draft again under his watch. That’s a promise Fisher will be happy to br…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Live blog: 49ers at Cardinals

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the San Francisco 49ers' visit to the Arizona Cardinals. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 4 p.m. ET. And, be sure to visit our NFL Nation Blitz page for commentary from every game, as w…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Keeping up with NFC Best is Job 1 for Rams this offseason

    After going 4-1-1 in division last year, team went 1-5 in 2013.
    Source: stltoday.com
  • Rams are interested in trading out of No. 2 pick

    Eufaula, Alabama is not a particularly big town, but two of its products had an impact on the top of the 2014 NFL Draft. As Peter King points out in his Monday Morning Quarterback column, Rams General Manager Les Snead spent some of his Sunday watching …
  • Seahawks snap counts for Rams game

    Here are the snap counts for the Seahawks yesterday — 65 for the offense and 53 for the defense. The team did indeed give fullback Michael Robinson a few more snaps than he had been getting — 18 compared to the six he got against Arizona. That was likel…
  • Gordon: Ugly loss underscores Rams needs

    The Seahawks reminded the Rams that they need a lot of work for 2014. Perhaps Jeff Fisher should thank them.
    Source: stltoday.com
  • Seahawks post-game notes

    Here are lots of post-game Seahawks notes: malcolm smith smith returned an interception 37 yards for the game’s first TD. It was his first INT return TD and his second –career TD. His first TD came on a fumble return on punt coverage vs. Arizona (12/9/1…
  • Penalties mount as frustrated Rams trail 20-3 with a quarter to play

    A 36-yard field goal by Greg Zuerlein is all the Rams have mustered against the NFL's top-ranked defense.
    Source: stltoday.com

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