The St. Louis Rams managed to have a few notable plays in their week 11 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Defensively, the team played a strong game. In fact, if the offense had been able to muster more than 185 total yards of offense, the Rams could have won the game. As for the Power Play of the game, that honor goes to safety Quintin Mikell.
Ten minutes left in the first quarter, the Rams had just punted away their first possession of the game, a possession that resulted from Chris Chamberlain's interception on Seattle's opening drive. On third-and-three, Seattle quarterback Tarvaris Jackson threw to Ben Obomanu, positioned about 11 yards down the field from the line of scrimmage.
With the pocket collapsing, Jackson throws. Mikell jumps in front of Obomanu to pick the ball out of the air and return it 11 yards to the Seattle 27-yard line.
That was the best field position the Rams offense would have all day, and the offense managed, improbably, to convert it into a touchdown, giving them a 7-0 lead.