St. Louis-Seattle: Rams Set New Low in Shutout Loss

Posted: 13th September 2009 by Seth Doria in NFL
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If Rams fans came into this season thinking to themselves, “Well, at least it can’t get any worse than last year,” they were wrong.   It did.   In getting beat down 28-0 on Sunday afternoon in Seattle, the Rams fell to a low not even last year’s 2-14 debacle accomplished—getting shut out.   Even when the 2008 Rams got pasted 47-3 by the Jets last year, they still got the three to avoid the goose egg.   But not Sunday.   28-0.   Damn.   St. Louis could have avoided their first shutout since Week 11 of the 2006 season and their first Week One shutout loss since 1965 when Quincy “Big Play” Butler returned a blocked field goal that would've tied the score 7-7 with under a minute left to play in the first half.   ...

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St. Louis-Seattle: Rams Set New Low in Shutout Loss

Posted: 13th September 2009 by Seth Doria in NFL
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If Rams fans came into this season thinking to themselves, “Well, at least it can’t get any worse than last year,” they were wrong.   It did.   In getting beat down 28-0 on Sunday afternoon in Seattle, the Rams fell to a low not even last year’s 2-14 debacle accomplished—getting shut out.   Even when the 2008 Rams got pasted 47-3 by the Jets last year, they still got the three to avoid the goose egg.   But not Sunday.   28-0.   Damn.   St. Louis could have avoided their first shutout since Week 11 of the 2006 season and their first Week One shutout loss since 1965 when Quincy “Big Play” Butler returned a blocked field goal that would've tied the score 7-7 with under a minute left to play in the first half.   ...

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Article written by Seth Doria

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