A little helping of day before Thanksgiving random action for you. Let's check the headlines for the St. Louis Rams, who head out of town this week to take on the Denver Broncos. Can they beat a struggling Denver team for their first road win?
Broncos secondary dealing with injuries
Injuries at safety and cornerback for Denver could provide the matchup the Rams need. The Donkeys defense will have a hard time getting formations to match the Rams offense, if you can believe it, and matchups against 3 and 4 receiver sets could be trouble for them. Hmmm, the Rams have been using 3 and 4 receiver sets pretty well lately.
Looking for points in all the wrong places
The Rams score an average of 17.7 points per game. That's big improvement over last year's 10.9 points per game, but still among the worst in the league.
What will Steven Jackson's legacy be in STL?
The Post-Dispatch roundtable asks about Jackson's place in league and franchise history.
Even more reason to move the ball
Moving the chains will be of extra importance for the Rams at their next home game. For every first down the team will make a contribution to benefit local families in need.
Turnaround Season Goes Kaput
RamChop weighs in on the 2010 season.
The Broncos Pass Rush and Richard Seymour
Thoughts from a Broncos fans on his team's defensive line and the balance that unit has on the secondary. Hint, the Broncos don't have the league's best pass rush.