Austin, Gurley lead Rams past Buccaneers, 31-23

Austin, Gurley lead Rams past Buccaneers, 31-23

But it wasn't really on my goal list to begin the year.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the St. Louis Board of Aldermen is set to approve a financing deal to help the Rams build a $1.1 billion stadium that would keep the team from pursuing a new home in Los Angeles.

"We're going to take the weekend off and put a good plan together and go up there and compete against the Seahawks", Fisher said. For frame of reference, through 15 weeks in 2013, there were nine running backs with at least that many rushing yards.

We never thought that there was an American football equivalent to missing an open goal.

. "We haven't been putting the best product on the field the whole year".

Rams quarterback Case Keenum gave one of his best performances as a member of St. Loius with hot start with almost 200 passing yards and two scores in first half alone, finishing 14-for-17 with 234 yards.

For now, the Rams will celebrate a rare strong outing and the team's second straight win at home. Mike Evans showed up to play. "But we didn't finish as much as anything".

Tampa made a pretty sloppy game of this as well. Orie Lemon looked lost, Danny Lansanah missed the defense's only real chance for a game-changing play by dropping a sure pick-six just before the half, and this unit clearly misses Kwon Alexander and Bruce Carter. "There are two more opportunities to one, go have fun, and two, try to get big wins". "When they score, we're trying to get the ball back to them while they're hot".

COWBOYS: Linebacker Sean Lee refuses to point to injuries or bad luck for a team playing out the string of a terrible season after coming into the season with Super Bowl hopes.

The team amassed 509 yards total offense, with Jameis Winston setting career highs for completions (29), attempts (50) and passing yards (363).

In addition to Gurley's status as the Rams' first 1,000-yard rusher in a while, he is also the first rookie to run for 1,000 yards in St. Louis Rams history.

Rookie running back Todd Gurley accounted for 48 yards and one touchdown on 21 carries.

Tavon Austin scored twice and Case Keenum threw two touchdown passes as the Rams beat the visiting Buccaneers 31-23 at the Edward Jones Dome.

(AP Photo/L.G. Patterson). St. Louis Rams running back Benny Cunningham (36) returns a kickoff 102 yards during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015, in St. Louis. "(On Thursday), you look at some of the things that happened - should not give up, of course, that long touchdown like that in a coverage that should force us to keep the ball in front of us.

But if this season goes down in a whimper, you may not be surprised to see Tampa Bay be the center for a coaching change storyline soon after the season's end. We didn't handle center stage as well as we will in the future.

"Rhythm was good, timing was good, decisions were good for the most part", the coach added.

"You can't script a better opening drive", Keenum said.

"It's just not true, and I think he knows that", said William Stewart, a neuropathologist at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland. "We're still going out there to compete".

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