St. Louis Rams
With a week off to get some much needed rest, it’s time to take a quick peak into the final part of Seattle’s regular season.
The Seahawks are trying to bring life to an offense and a passing game that was already struggling due to poor protection for quarterback Russell Wilson.
The Cardinals played a pivotal World Series game at home the same day that the struggling Rams hosted “Monday Night Football.” More than four times as many households in the metropolitan area were tuned in to baseball than football.
Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice tore his ACL on Monday and will miss the remainder of the season.
The Seahawks’ stingy defense first repelled Rams running back Daryl Richardson on third-and-goal from just outside the goal-line, and then forced quarterback Kellen Clemens to throw incomplete on the final play of the game, preserving a dramatic 14-9 victory Monday night.
With Sam Bradford out for the rest of the season, it seemed like Seattle Seahawks had nothing to worry about with their Monday Night Football matchup against the St. Louis Rams. And while it’s totally cliché, that’s why these games are played.
Russell Wilson threw two touchdown passes to Golden Tate, and the Seattle Seahawks made a dramatic goal-line stand in the final minute to beat the St. Louis Rams 14-9 on Monday night.
Steve, Bill, & Jason talk with radio play-by-play announcer for the St. Louis Rams Steve Savard, and bring you the latest Seahawks news and chatter live from The Cactus Moon Saloon in Everett
Starting linebacker Bobby Wagner is returning for the Seattle Seahawks’ game against the St. Louis Rams on Monday night after missing the previous two games with a high-ankle sprain.
Don’t take the 3 and 4 St. Louis Rams lightly. That topic resonated loud and clear during Friday afternoon press conferences for both Seahawks corner Richard Sherman and quarterback Russell Wilson. “This is an NFC […]