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Fresh off a victory against the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Rams will look to make it back-to-back wins against an opponent not too far down the road...

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Making Sense of Rams’ RB Situation |  ESPN

Less than a week ago, St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer seemed to finally shed some light on what the Rams' "plan" for deploying their running backs really is.

Davis Looks Good, But Let’s Not Go Overboard |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Brett Favre reared back and threw another long bomb Wednesday, telling ESPN’s Ed Werder that young Rams quarterback Austin Davis could be the next Kurt Warner or Tom Brady.

Why Tre Mason Is the Main Man In The Backfield |  Bleacher Report

Ambushing the Seahawks from the outset of last week's game, St. Louis won what turned out to be a late nail-biter by the score of 28-26. Running back Tre Mason played no small part in that victory, announcing his takeover of the St. Louis backfield in striking fashion.

Stud-Man Runs Away With ST’s Player of the Week Award |  Pro Football Talk

There wasn’t much doubt that the NFC special teams player of the week for Week Seven was going to go to a member of the Rams.

Three Plays that Defined Rams Win Over Seahawks |

It may have taken a few unconventional plays for the Rams to pull out the victory last Sunday, but the Rams’ did what they needed to do to secure a 28-26 victory over the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Davis Wows Brett Favre |  ESPN

Davis completed 18 of 21 passes against Seattle for 152 yards. Modest numbers, and dry in comparison to fake punts and fake punt returns. Nevertheless, his play certainly won over at least one admirer.

First Rounders In Review |  Pro Football Focus

Seven weeks in and we’re building quite the sample size of tape on the rookies who looked to take the lead by storm. Some are already earning recognition for their performances while others have gone largely unnoticed.

Bruce To Rams’ Fans -- "Show Up" |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Isaac Bruce is no stranger to relocation rumors. Some of the same things he’s hearing now about the possible move of the Rams to Los Angeles, he heard in reverse 20 years ago as a rookie wide receiver.

Chiefs Prepare for Rams’ Nasty D-Line |

The Rams’ defensive line has had a sluggish start to the 2014 least when compared to the 53 sack showing from last year.  But Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid isn’t about to let his squad forget what the Rams’ front four are capable of...

Player Interview Videos via the St. Louis Rams Official Site:

*  Davis:  We’re Excited To Go Play
*  Davis:  You’ve Got To Be Prepared
*  Fisher:  We’re Going To Do Everything To Keep It
*  Fassel:  It Was Fun To See It Work
*  Fisher:  That’s Certainly A Compliment
*  Bailey:  Everything Just Worked Out Perfectly
*  Tru:  It Felt Good To Be Back Out There
*  Mason:  How Do You Spell "fun"? W-I-N
*  Dunbar:  It’s A Me Against The World Attitude

Givens Gets Reprieve In What Has Become Competitive WR Unit |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Rams wide receiver Chris Givens got the word personally from coach Jeff Fisher that his two weeks in exile were over.

10 of the Worst QB’s To Have Ever Gone No. 1 Overall |  Sporting News

While QB's like Peyton Manning have proven their worth as the NFL’s top draft pick, others have fallen short of expectations.  Have a look at 10 of the NFL’s most questionable QB selections at the top of the draft.