Rams Vs. Ravens: St. Louis Finishes Exhibition Schedule with 31-17 Win Over Baltimore

The St. Louis Rams concluded their preseason schedule with a two-touchdown win over Baltimore Thursday night. The Rams scored on a 76-yard interception return by Janoris Jenkins just minutes into the second half. A Greg Zuerlein 59-yard field goal in the fourth quarter ended the scoring for St. Louis. Baltimore managed two touchdown passes from backup quarterback Curtis Painter.

Starting quarterback Sam Bradford, who led the Rams to a 21-0 halftime lead, did not return for the second half. Backup quarterback Austin Davis completed one pass on four attempts for 13 yards. Third-string signal-caller Kellen Clemens went 2/8 for 10 yards and an interception. Isaiah Pead ran 10 times for 58 yards, with Chase Reynolds contributing an additional 48 yards on 8 carries. Steve Smith led the team in receiving with 53 yards on 2 receptions.

The Rams are out of action until next Sunday, when they open the regular season at Detroit. Baltimore will host the Bengals.

For all the latest Rams news, go to Turf Show Times. For Ravens analysis, check out Baltimore Beat Down. Follow the rest of the preseason action at SB Nation NFL.

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