--- Rams/Broncos Highlights ---
Take another quick look at the Rams' upset victory.
--- Rams defense routs Broncos by playing fast ---
The Rams defense swarmed all over the Broncos offense for sixty full minutes... it was fantastic!
--- Rams rolling D can beat anybody ---
But will they? We've seen huge shockers like this before that were immediately followed by stinkers.
--- Manning credits Rams ---
The Rams should be flattered to be complimented by one of the all-time greats... though, they did just pick him off twice.
--- Injuries left in Rams' wake ---
The Rams' hard hitting left a wake of bodies in its path this past Sunday.
--- Keys to victory ---
The 3 main reasons for the Rams' Sunday success.
Upcoming Opponent: Chargers
--- Rivers has 'severe' rib injury ---
Philip Rivers took a shot to the ribs against the Raiders, but will he be okay?
--- McCoy denies Rivers's 'severe' rib injury ---
Already have the answer to that question because, according to Mike McCoy, Philip Rivers is fine.
Fisher & Squad:
--- Fisher joins Jim Rome to discuss Defense, Hill ---
Jeff Fisher takes the seat with Jim Rome to run through some current Rams topics.
--- Defensive staff executing ---
The defense is beginning to look like the defense it should have always looked like.
--- Fisher's locker room speech ---
Watch as Jeff Fisher takes the stage in front of a stage of 50+ winners.
After a win leaving nothing-to-be-desired against the Broncos, we're going to omit this section in honor of a great performance.
--- Rams benefit from Hill's experience ---
The Davis experiment was short-lived and now the Rams will benefit from wiser decision making on the field.
--- Mock draft 2015: Rams take Peat ---
If you read my article earlier in the week, then you'd know I'm definitely in favor of this pick.
Around the League:
--- Jonas Gray makes history ---
A monstrous four touchdown game from Jonas Gray, a man who once tore three separate ligaments in his leg, makes history.
--- NFL plagued by domestic violence ---
Another saddening case of domestic violence in the NFL.
1. Cardinals, 9-1
2. Seahawks, 6-4
3. 49ers, 6-4
4. Rams, 4-6
Stat of the Day:
In Peyton Manning's entire tenure with the Denver Broncos, he'd never been held to seven points or less. The Rams can now claim they've stopped Peyton Manning the most successfully of any team he's faced these last few years.
— Andy Banker (@andybankertv) November 18, 2014
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) November 17, 2014