The St. Louis Rams are 0-5, and averaging a meager seven points per game. But in the 38-10 loss to Minnesota on Sunday, the Rams offense finally gave fans a glimmer of hope. St. Louis gained 400 yards of total offense, besting the Vikings by 23 yards, and had the ball inside the red zone three times. The next step is actually getting the ball into the end zone. Every time the Rams got close to the goal line, they turned it right back over to the Vikings. St. Louis quarterback Kyle Boller and tailback Steven Jackson had a botched exchange at the one to negate a second-quarter scoring opportunity. Later in the quarter, tight end Daniel Fells coughed it up at the three. Boller was intercepted in the end zone on the second play of the fourth quarter by Minnesota safety Tyrell Johnson. "You ca ...
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