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The Rams roughed up the Seahawks over the weekend. The game they played was a massively one-sided affair in which they were completely crushed. The game ended 3-20 after the regulation time, moving the Rams to a 2-2 record. While there were several great moments in this game for the Rams, overall they played a fantastic game. Their offense was powerful, slamming the Seattle team quite hard. The Rams’ defense was potent, not allowing anything to get through, while the offense made sure Seattle was busy elsewhere. Baseball scores.

The Rams provided their fans with yet another stunning result. Steven Jackson, even though he was injured, played a beastly game. That is the difference between winning and losing the willingness to get it done no matter what. Jackson had suffered a strained groin earlier in the week, and had no choice left but to play through the pain.  Sacrifice for the benefit of the team will carry the Rams a long way, especially with players like Jackson aboard. The two-time Pro Bowler had 126 yards rushing and receiving, and played his heart out knowing he could rest after. Basketball scores.

With Sam Bradford at the head of the team, the Rams marched on, heads held high. Bradford threw two touchdown passes to help lead his team to a well-deserved win. Jackson had 70 yards on 22 carries to pass Marshall Faulk for No. 2 on the Rams’ rushing list. The team is certainly lucky to have him, and vice versa. NFL scores.

He will continue to give shrewd games and deliver support and experience to the team. Everything that this team has been looking for lies in the powerful combination of their players. They need only to keep making it work. Be sure and follow all the best sports betting information at

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