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Rams vs. Redskins: Head-to-Head Records, Scores, Stats & More

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This Sunday will mark the 38th time in their history that the Rams and Redskins will have met. Have a look at the series history, dating back to the 1930’s when the Rams were in Cleveland.

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The Washington Redskins hold the all time series lead over the Cleveland/LA/St. Louis Rams with a 12-24-1 record.  The Rams, however, have won two of the last three.

The last time these teams met [09/16/2012] the Rams won a home game at the Edward Jones Dome, 31-28.  In that game, QB Sam Bradford passed for 310 yards and 3 touchdowns.  Rams' WR Danny Amendola had 15 receptions for 160 yards and a score.

The last time they played in Washington [well, Landover] the Redskins won 9-7.  QB Jason Campbell completed 23 of 35 passes for 242 yards. Redskins' kicker Shaun Suisham converts all 3 FG attempts.

Rams’ head coach Jeff Fisher is 4-2 all-time against the Redskins.  This will mark the first time Jay Gruden has faced the Rams since becoming a head coach in 2014.

Here’s the complete series history, via The Football Database.

Date Team Opponent H/A Stadium Result Attend
09/16/2012 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) W 31-28 53,979
10/02/2011 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) L 17-10 56,113
09/26/2010 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) W 30-16 52,370
09/20/2009 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins A FedExField (Landover, MD) L 9-7 87,780
10/12/2008 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins A FedExField (Landover, MD) W 19-17 90,376
12/24/2006 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) W 37-31OT 62,324
12/04/2005 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) L 24-9 65,701
11/24/2002 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins A FedExField (Landover, MD) L 20-17 79,823
11/20/2000 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Trans World Dome (St. Louis, MO) L 33-20 66,087
11/30/1997 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins A Jack Kent Cooke Stadium (Landover, MD) W 23-20 74,772
09/22/1996 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Trans World Dome (St. Louis, MO) L 17-10 62,303
12/17/1995 St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins H Trans World Dome (St. Louis, MO) L 35-23 --
12/24/1994 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Anaheim Stadium (Anaheim, CA) L 24-21 --
11/21/1993 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Anaheim Stadium (Anaheim, CA) W 10-6 --
12/01/1991 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Anaheim Stadium (Anaheim, CA) L 27-6 --
11/23/1987 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) W 30-26 --
12/28/1986 * Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) L 19-7 --
01/01/1984 † Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) L 51-7 --
11/20/1983 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Anaheim Stadium (Anaheim, CA) L 42-20 --
12/20/1981 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Anaheim Stadium (Anaheim, CA) L 30-7 --
12/17/1977 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) L 17-14 --
12/22/1974 † Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) W 19-10 --
12/09/1974 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) L 23-17 --
12/13/1971 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) L 38-24 --
11/30/1969 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) W 24-13 --
10/22/1967 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) T 28-28 --
09/21/1963 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) L 37-14 --
10/07/1962 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A D.C. Stadium (Washington, DC) L 20-14 --
11/25/1951 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC) L 31-21 --
12/11/1949 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins H Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA) W 53-27 --
12/05/1948 Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins A Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC) W 41-13 --
12/16/1945 ‡ Cleveland Rams Washington Redskins H Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, OH) W 15-14 --
11/05/1944 Cleveland Rams Washington Redskins A Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC) L 14-10 --
10/11/1942 Cleveland Rams Washington Redskins A Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC) L 33-14 --
10/26/1941 Cleveland Rams Washington Redskins A Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC) L 17-13 --
09/25/1938 Cleveland Rams Washington Redskins A Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC) L 37-13 --
11/21/1937 Cleveland Rams Washington Redskins H League Park (Cleveland, OH) L 16-7 --

RAMS

QB Shaun Hill won his only career start vs. Washington (12/28/08 with SF), 27-24.  Last week he had a 116.3 rating (with 2 TDs) and added a rushing TD.

Rookie RB Tre Mason rushed for 117 yards with 2 TDs (89, 8 yards) and had 47 receiving yards, adding another score (35 yards) last week. That made him the 4th player in NFL history with a 85+ yard rushing TD and 35+ yard receiving touchdown in same game. He leads all NFC rookies with 562 rush yards and has led the team in rushing in all 8 games played.

WR Tavon Austin had a rushing TD for the second week in row. He now has has 8 career TDs (4 receiving, 3 rushing, 1 punt return).

WR Stedman Bailey had his first 100-yard receiving game last week. In the last two games he has 12 catches for 189 yards (94.5 per game) and a touchdown.

DE Robert Quinn had 3 sacks and 2 forced fumbles last week. He now has 9 sacks and 4 forced fumbles in the last 7 games.

DT Aaron Donald leads all NFL rookies with 6 sacks.  He’s tallied a sack in 5 of the past 7 games.

CB Trumaine Johnson had 2 INTs, including a 43-yard TD return last week. Since entering NFL in 2012, CB Janoris Jenkins has 5 INT’s returned for scores, which is most in NFL.

LB James Laurinaitis has 32 tackles and an INT in four games vs. Washington since entering the NFL in 2009.  He’s the only player in NFL with 14+ sacks (14) and 9+ INTs (9)

REDSKINS

QB Colt McCoy passed for 392 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs, boasting a 113.1 rating last week. In three games in 2014, his passer rating is 113.5

Since entering the NFL in 2012, RB Alfred Morris ranks 2nd in the NFL with 3,781 rush yards. He ran for 89 yards in their last meeting. He’s got 4 rushing TDs in the past 5 games

WR Desean Jackson has 100+ yards in both career games against the Rams. In those, he’s had 12 catches for 208 yards and a touchdown. He had a 42-yard TD catch last week.

WR Andre Roberts has 8+ catches and 90+ yards in two of past three meetings.

TE Jordan Reed had 9 catches for 123 yards last week; his 2nd career 100-yard game.

Since 2013, WR Pierre Garcon has 162 catches; most in NFC.

Ryan Kerrigan is aiming for his third straight game with a sack against a Rams’ QB. Since entering the NFL in 2011, he's one of three NFL players with 30+ sacks (34) and 2+ INT’s for TDs (2). He tallied a sack and a forced fumble last week. A sack in Week 14 would also mark his third consecutive game with a sack. Kerrigan ranks 3rd in the NFC with 9.5 sacks.

LB Keenan Robinson leads the team with 93 tackles.  Rookie CB Bashaud Breeland leads the team with eight passes defended.