Rams Vs. Ravens: QB Sam Bradford Tosses Three Touchdowns, Rams Lead Ravens 21-0 At Halftime

Rams QB Sam Bradford hit Austin Pettis and Danny Amendola with touchdown passes in the first quarter, and Michael Hoomanawanui on a second quarter touchdown, carrying the Rams to a 21-0 lead over Baltimore Thursday in St. Louis.

Bradford finished the half 11-for-16 with 175 yards and the three touchdowns.

The Rams had a scary moment in the first quarter as rookie DT Michael Brockers went down with an apparent ankle injury. He was carted off the field, did not return and no update to his status has been provided.

DE Robert Quinn sacked Ravens QB Tyrod Taylor, forcing and recovering a fumble inside Baltimore's 10-yard line. Bradford hit Amendola with an 8-yard strike two plays later, giving the Rams a 14-0 lead.

St. Louis had 254 yards of offense in the first half, as they look to finish the preseason 2-2.

For news and commentary on the Rams, head over to Turf Show Times. For more on the Ravens, check out Baltimore Beat Down. Follow the rest of the preseason action at SB Nation NFL.

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