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A Win is a Win is a Win…
ramsgab.com Updated Dec 10, 2012
Most of yesterday’s game against the Bills was not pretty, but getting our third consecutive win was a beautiful thing. I’m all for doing things right, but sometimes you just have to hang on for life and be happy to get a ‘W’. I don’t thinkUpvote Share Tweet
Amendola has a better chance to play versus Vikings but could miss practice early in week.Upvote Share Tweet
Inside the Rams' winning 84-yard TD driveESPN.com Updated Dec 10, 2012ESPN estimated the St. Louis Rams' win probability at 22.3 percent when Sam Bradford and the offense took possession at their own 16-yard line with 4:55 remaining in Week 14. The Rams trailed, 12-7, and their offense hadn't done much all game. When the …Upvote Share TweetORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) A person familiar with Fred Jackson's injury says the Buffalo Bills running back has a sprained ligament in his right knee that could force him to miss the final three games of the season.Upvote Share Tweet
'Upon Further Review': Rams, Waino and HeismanIn this episode of Upon Further Review, Bryan Burwell and Joe Strauss discuss the Rams winning ugly, Bryan's Heisman vote and Adam Wainwright's future in St. Louis.Upvote Share TweetJeff Gordon writes: His Rams aren’t the NFL's prettiest team, but they rank among the more unpleasant to play against. Their losing culture is gone.Upvote Share TweetSay whatever you wish about Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams' poor offensive play through most of their Week 14 game Sunday. They'll take the 15-12 victory over Buffalo and the newfound relevance it provided. Around the NFC West: Dec. 10, 2012 "…Upvote Share TweetI never imagined it would come to this, but I’m beginning to wonder if Chan Gailey might be a worse head coach than Dick Jauron.Upvote Share Tweet
Rams keep the lid on Buffalo running gameORCHARD PARK, N.Y. • With the exception of a couple of 13-yard runs by C.J. Spiller on Buffalo’s third-quarter touchdown drive, plus a 14-yard run by Fred Jackson early in the fourth, the Rams…Upvote Share Tweet