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Rams pull a fast one on Seattle

October 19, 2014

Pass completion from Hekker to Cunningham on a fake punt with just over 2 minutes to play helps Rams close out a 28-26 win over the Seahawks.

Rams-Seahawks: 7 for Sunday

October 19, 2014

The Seahawks are 2-9 in games in which RB Marshawn Lynch has 10 carries or fewer. After carrying only 10 times in last week’s 30-23 loss to Dallas, the talk all week in Seattle has been about …

Caesar’s NFL Week 7 picks: Rams in bad spot

October 19, 2014

BENGALS AT COLTS

#SackCity tries to get out of the bag

October 19, 2014

Rams’ pass-rush woes are biggest surprise of their 1-4 season.

Mason is welcome in Rams’ backfield

October 17, 2014

Stacy, Cunningham say rookie will only help the team.

Davis braces for Legion of Boom

October 17, 2014

Quarterback’s tour of elite NFC West defenses continues as Rams face Seattle.

Givens remains odd man out in WR rotation

October 17, 2014

Rams dressing only 5 wide receivers on game day.

Seahawks’ Wilson looking for a return to form

October 17, 2014

Third-year QB is 31-11 overall and 19-2 at home since entering the NFL.

Robinson earns respect in first NFL start

October 17, 2014

Rams’ top draft pick made few missteps at guard.

Rams notes: Donald makes the most of first NFL start

October 16, 2014

The first-round draft pick from Pitt had seven tackles in Monday’s loss to the 49ers.

Jenkins takes blame, says ‘it won’t happen again’

October 16, 2014

Big plays like Niners’ 80-yard TD have been a bugaboo for Rams’ secondary — and not just from Jenkins, the team’s No. 1 cornerback. 

Rams notes: Team may go with running back by committee

October 15, 2014

After strong debut, Mason may join Stacy and Cunningham in backfield mix.

Fisher stays even-keel in face of poor start

October 15, 2014

Rams are 1-4 in what was supposed to be a breakout season, but coach says ‘you don’t change what you’re doing. What we’re doing here is right.’