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The St. Louis Rams’ Top 5 Run Plays of 2013 [Gifs]

It wasn’t Dickerson, Faulk, or Jackson who were creating the highlight reel run plays for the St. Louis Rams in 2013. Have a look at the Rams’ Top 5 run plays from last season…courtesy of their Rookie class.

Dilip Vishwanat

The St. Louis Rams were attempting to seek a new identity in 2013, following the exodus of mainstay, and legend, Steven Jackson. It took them a while to find their footing, but once they did, they put together some pretty spectacular run plays. Have a look at the Rams’ Top 5 run plays from last season...

5) Stacy’s First Touchdown

It wasn’t just Zac Stacy’s first touchdown of the season [and his career], but it was the Rams’ first rushing touchdown on the year…nine weeks in against the Titans. From three yards out, Stacy punches it in. The dawn of a new era...

4) Benny Hits the “Jets" Against the Colts

Benny Cunningham gets his season/career long against the Colts in Week 10. With his feet in the blue of the Colts’ end zone, Benny hits the jets after breaking through the line, carrying the ball well beyond midfield [56 yards total].

3) Stacy Goes Marching In

Following the blocks of Rodger Saffold and Joseph Barksdale, Stacy cuts it up the field, avoids a diving, would-be tackler, and shows off the speed as he sprints 40 yards for the score…

2) Bailey's Scores His First on the Double Reverse

By season’s end, Rams’ fans knew that the team had something special in Stedman Bailey. And though it wasn’t until late in the season that he’d started to see increased snaps, his play spoke for itself. He’d score the first touchdown of his rookie season in Week 16 against the Buccaneers. From 27 yards out, have a look…

1) Austin Continues to Dazzle After the Bye Week

It took the Rams a long time to figure out how to integrate Tavon Austin into their offense. Too long! It wasn’t until Week 10 vs. the Colts that he showed off the game-changing ability he had displayed at WVU. After the Rams took a breather in Week 11, Tavon wanted to re-introduce himself. From 65 yards out…please Austin don’t hurt ‘em!


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