The St. Louis Rams impressed both running the ball and stopping the Miami Dolphins from running the ball, even as they fell 17-14 to Miami on Sunday.
Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams occasion the return of everyone's least favorite NFL rule.
The St. Louis Rams have now allowed 17 straight points and find themselves trailing 17-6 heading into the fourth quarter of Sunday's game.
The St. Louis Rams were unable to hold the Miami Dolphins in the second quarter. They go into the locker room trailing 10-6 after a 29-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill to Marlon Moore followed by a field goal.
Neither team has reached the end zone so far, but a pair of field goals from St. Louis kicker Greg Zuerlein put the Rams up 6-0 after one quarter.
Danny Amednola, Rodger Saffold and Mario Haggan lead the St. Louis Rams inactives on Sunday.
Brandon Gibson is the St. Louis Rams' No. 1 receiver with Danny Amendola out indefinitely.
The veteran wideout suffered an SC joint separation last week and will miss at least a month.
Steven Jackson will take a bigger share of the St. Louis Rams' offense with Danny Amendola out.
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The St. Louis Rams drop passes, miss field goals, and generally don't quite follow through in a frustrating loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Sam Bradford apparently has a knee problem. It won't keep him out of the St. Louis Rams' Week 6 meeting with the Miami Dolphins, but it's still scary.
St. Louis Rams linebacker Mario Haggan (thigh) and defensive tackle Rodger Saffold (knee) were unable to practice on Friday and are out for the team's game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
The known absences of Danny Amendola and Rodger Saffold aside, the Rams are relatively healthy, looking to keep pace with Arizona and San Francisco in the NFC West.
The St. Louis Rams will be looking for a three-game winning as underdogs on the road at the Miami Dolphins in Week 6.
The St. Louis Rams look for their fourth win Sunday afternoon when they play the Miami Dolphins