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Random Ramsdom for November 5th

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Lots of big happening around the league. Stadium deals, mid-season report cards, looks back, and all kind of craziness...

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35 Years ago, yesterday, the L.A. Rams put up the all time record defensive smack down on the Seattle Seahawks. Of course, they were not division rivals back then, but get this...Seattle had -7 yards for the game. That is not a misprint, the Seahawks had minus yardage for an entire game! Be a good chap and share these links with your Seahawk friends...they will want to relive the moment also.

Official NFL Records -NFL

A Nice piece from Sister site -Field Gulls

Oh, and here is the whole game, if you want to watch it...

By the way, Seattle was a 3 point favorite...

Warren Sapp tells Jadeveon Clowney to get his butt in gear - NFL Now

You might remember the pre-draft controversy here on TST about drafting this guy. Our own Mark Jaramillo led the anti-Jadeveon crowd...just want to say, good call. I am going to go ahead and use the B-B-B-Bust word.

Gov. Nixon to discuss the Rams and the future - ESPN

But Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is going to change that on Wednesday morning, at least in theory. Nixon is hosting a conference call with reporters Wednesday morning in which, according to an email, he'll "discuss the situation with the St. Louis Rams and the next step toward keeping St. Louis an NFL city."

Rams offensive line gets their stuff together - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Despite the monster performance of the defensive line, it is the Os that get the game ball.

Breaking- the Super Bowl will probably sell out! - Forbes

It does look as if the Cardinals may become the first team ever to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium.

LB Aldon Smith to serve entire suspension - ESPN

The nine-game suspension San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith is serving will not be reduced, a league source told ESPN's Ed Werder on Tuesday.

The star pass rusher can return for the 49ers' game on the road against the New York Giants on Nov. 16 but won't play Sunday at New Orleans.

The league has been reviewing his case for two weeks to determine whether he was compliant with all aspects of court- and league-mandated requirements.

Losing to the Rams, causes great wailing and gnashing of teeth in the Bay Area - USAToday

Jerry Rice is not amused. "I think he's gone" the Hall of Famer said of Jim Harbaugh.

And once more, Rams fans...some traveling music