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Random Ramsdom, 12/5: Stan Kroenke On Hand To Witness Rams First Shutout Loss Of The Season

Another week, another St. Louis Rams loss. Sadly, most are getting used to it by this point. This was the first time all season that the Rams have been completely shut out, putting zero points on the board. On the other side of the ball, whatever efforts the defense made to keep the game close in the first half, were forgotten as they allowed the 49ers to blow it wide open in the second half, crumbling after allowing big plays for points. Such is life in Rams nation.

Burwell: Kroenke's plotting changes for Rams - Rams owner Stan Kroenke was on hand to witness his team's tenth loss of the season yesterday. He even offered a few quotes for a hungry media pack, but it was ultimately nothing much to satiate fan hungry for changes with the team. Bryan Burwell says those changes will come, in time, but they won't follow a predictable course.

Rams Report Card: Coaches flunk again - Jeff Gordon hands out grades for the Rams' effort yesterday. It's the kind of report card that might get a school kid bumped down a grade or two. The coaches naturally get an F, and did anyone notice that big plays sink this team?

Rapid Reaction: 49ers 26, Rams 0 - Mike Sando offers his take on the game. There really isn't much to say about the Rams, who mostly served as a stand-in while San Francisco went on to clinch the division title.

49ers John York praises turnaround of franchise - A study in contrasts. The 49ers were talking about the resurrection of their franchise. In St. Louis, the pro football team continued its zombie walk through the regular season, being shutout for the first time this season.

Looking Ahead: Offensive Line - Jeff at Rams Gab takes a look on the future of the Rams front five. The unit has considerable holes to fill next season, and a limited amount of ways to do that.

Rams-49ers: Recapping A Very Very Sad Day - Sad faces all around as Rams Herd takes a look at the futility of the Rams' efforts. Particularly notable is the defense's constant attack up the field while getting beat on the other side of it by a pulling guard or a screen pass.

Epic Fail: Rams Get Shut Out At Candlestick - Patty over at the Pigskin Arch reacts to the quote-unquote game the Rams played yesterday.