The St. Louis Rams take on former Martz protege Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buffalo Bills.
The St. Louis Rams' star running back scored his third touchdown of the season against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, but his dominant midseason run appears to be over.
The Buffalo Bills' Fred Jackson avoided a torn ACL in his gruesome-looking knee injury against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.
Hard to believe, I know. But Buffalo is not happy about losing to the St. Louis Rams. Or anything else for that matter. Let's just hope the Rams made it out of there OK...
The St. Louis Rams went to Brandon Gibson for the first time in two weeks against the Buffalo Bills, and it paid off handsomely.
The St. Louis Rams defeated the Buffalo Bills Sunday, but Rams fans found plenty of problems with their team in an ugly game.
Sam Bradford and Brandon Gibson connected yet again as the St. Louis Rams completed a fourth-quarter comeback against the Buffalo Bills.
The Rams oft-injured left tackle left the game late against the Bills.
One half of the Buffalo Bills' running back platoon could have a knee injury after going down in the fourth quarter.
The St. Louis Rams might have lost offensive lineman Rodger Saffold to another injury vs. the Buffalo Bills.
Ryan Fitzpatrick found the end zone in the third quarter, hitting Lee Smith for a touchdown to give the Bills a 12-7 lead.
The St. Louis Rams finally came to life on offense in the second half as Sam Bradford and Brandon Gibson set up a Steven Jackson touchdown.
It was a frustrating first half offensively for the Rams, and they trail the Buffalo Bills, 6-0 at halftime.
The St. Louis Rams trail by a score of 6-0 as their offense grinds to a halt.
The St. Louis Rams' defensive centerpiece was injured after recovering a fumble.
With Buffalo accounting for all five first downs in the game, the Bills have a 3-0 lead on the Rams after 15 minutes.
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The St. Louis Rams' winning is making their losing retroactively less bearable.
The St. Louis Rams were finally able to label Steven Jackson probable on Friday, instead of questionable. It should mean another big role for him on offense in Week 14.
The Buffalo Bills have one of the most dangerous running backs in the NFL—so how come they refuse to give him a starter's workload?
Danny Amendola might play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, but the Rams offense finally won't depend on it.
The St. Louis Rams' top wide receiver returned to practice ahead of their Week 14 matchup with the Buffalo Bills, but he wasn't at full speed.
Five Rams were held out of practice on Wednesday.
The St. Louis Rams look to get to .500 and keep their slim playoff chances alive when they play the Bills on Sunday.
With an overtime victory against the 49ers, there is talk of the Rams as a playoff possibility as the team surged in power rankings.
Chris Givens has been the St. Louis Rams' most dependable receiver—and a great fantasy football option—for two weeks running, but things won't be clear until we know if Danny Amendola is healthy.