Rams Vs. Browns Score Update: Rams Lead 7-3 Early In Second Quarter

The St. Louis Rams were losing when the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Cleveland Rams concluded, but they quickly gained the lead on the first play of the second quarter. Quarterback Sam Bradford connected with wide receiver Brandon Lloyd on a seven-yard touchdown pass to complete a 10-play, 69-yard drive.

It's been a solid day for the Rams so far. They trailed early after giving up a 44-yard field goal to kicker Phil Dawson, but the offense has been churning and the Browns haven't been able to get their running game going yet. Bradford's looked particularly solid so far, connecting on 6 of 9 passes for 74 yards and the aforementioned touchdown pass. He's already hooked up with Lloyd three times today, including this beauty of a catch:

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That 24-yard beauty was part of the big drive that's put St. Louis ahead. Rams fans have to be excited about the possibility of Bradford and Lloyd getting the team's passing offense going. Here's video of the Lloyd touchdown catch, too:


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