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St. Louis Rams, Washington Redskins Trade Field Position In Wild First Quarter

Already up 14-0, the St. Louis Rams continued to apply pressure to the Washington Redskins in St. Louis, blocking a punt to take over at the Washington Redskins’ 26 yard-line in the second half of the first quarter. It was the Redskins’ second turnover within their territory.

But the Rams couldn’t take advantage—on their first play from scrimmage Sam Bradford threw an interception, and the Redskins’ offense resumed play at their own 20.