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WEEK 9

ST. LOUIS RAMS (1-6) AT

ARIZONA CARDINALS (1-6)

Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, University of Phoenix Stadium , 3:15 p.m.

2011 SCHEDULE

RAMS OPEN NFC WEST PLAY AT ARIZONA

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

TV

Sun.

9/11

Philadelphia

L

31-13

Mon.

9/19

at N.Y. Giants

L

28-16

Sun.

9/25

Baltimore

L

37-7

Sun.

10/2

Washington

L

17-10

Sun.

10/9

Bye Week

Sun.

10/16

at Green Bay

L

24-3

Sun.

10/23

at Dallas

L

34-7

Sun.

10/30

New Orleans

W

31-21

Sun.

11/6

at Arizona

3:15 p.m. Fox

Sun.

11/13

at Cleveland

Noon

Sun.

11/20

Seattle

3:05 p.m. Fox

Sun.

11/27

Arizona

Noon

Sun.

12/4

at San Francisco

3:15 p.m. Fox

Mon.

12/12

at Seattle

7:30 p.m. ESPN

Fox

Coming off a 31-21 win over the New Orleans Saints, the St. Louis Rams travel to Arizona this week to face the NFC West rival Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Sunday will be the Rams’ first divisional game this season, which marks the latest they’ve opened divisional play since the team moved to St. Louis in 1995. The Rams are the only team in the NFL that did not play a divisional opponent in the first eight weeks of the season. Five of the Rams’ next six games come against NFC West foes. The Rams and Cardinals split their two meetings in 2010 with the road team claiming each contest. DE Chris Long St. Louis leads the all-time series, 33-31-1. The two teams will face each other twice in the next four weeks as Arizona visits St. Louis on Nov. 27.

Fox

Sun.

12/18

Cincinnati

Noon

CBS

Sat.

12/24

at Pittsburgh

Noon

Fox

Sun.

1/1

San Francisco

Noon

Fox

The Rams hope to build on a Week 8 performance that saw St. Louis post a season high in points while holding New Orleans to 282 yards of offense, the Rams’ best defensive performance of the season.

BROADCAST INFORMATION TELEVISION FOX (KTVI, Channel 2 St. Louis) Play-by-Play: Sam Rosen Color Analyst: Chad Pennington Sideline Reporter: Jody Jackson

RADIO WXOS (101.1 FM) Play-by-Play: Steve Savard Color Analyst: D’Marco Farr Sideline Reporter: Tony Softli

THIS WEEK’S MEDIA AVAILABILITY Wednesday, November 2

Thursday, November 3

Friday, November 4

-Practice: Noon -Coach Spagnuolo & QB Sam Bradford available on field after practice -Open locker room immediately following practice Conference Calls: Kevin Kolb, 3:15 p.m. Ken Whisenhunt, 4 p.m.

-Practice: Noon -Coach Spagnuolo, RB Steven Jackson available on field after practice - Coordinators Ken Flajole, Josh McDaniels & available

-Practice 10:55 a.m. -Coach Spagnuolo available on field after practice. -Open locker room immediately following practice

Saturday, November 5 No Availability

Sunday, November 6

Monday, November 7

Rams at Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium 3:15 p.m.

Coach Spagnuolo Press Conference 2 p.m.

VISIT OUR MEDIA WEBSITE AT MEDIA.STLOUISRAMS.COM TED CREWS - SENIOR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS [email protected] - 314-516-8797 ARTIS TWYMAN - DIRECTOR, MEDIA RELATIONS [email protected] - 314-516-8759

JULIA FARON - MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR [email protected] - 314-516-8766 CASEY PEARCE - PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATOR [email protected] - 314-516-8765

WEEK 9: ST. LOUIS RAMS

THE SERIES AT A GLANCE

Former Rams: • Cardinals Quarterbacks Coach Chris Miller was a quarterback for the Rams from 1994-95. • Cardinals LB Paris Lenon played for the Rams in 2009. • Cardinals DT Bryan Robinson played for the Rams in 1997. Former Cardinals: • Offensive line Coach Steve Loney was the assistant offensive line coach for the Phoenix Cardinals in 1993 and was offensive line coach for the Arizona Cardinals in 2006. • Rams TE Stephen Spach played for the Cardinals from 2008-10.

REGULAR SEASON SERIES HISTORY

1976 1979 1980 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1998 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Cardinals, 30-28 Rams, 21-0 Rams, 21-13 Rams, 16-13 Rams, 46-14 Rams, 16-10 Rams, 27-24 Cardinals, 41-27 Rams, 37-14 Cardinals, 24-14 Cardinals, 20-14 Cardinals, 38-10 Rams, 14-12 Cardinals, 31-28, OT Cardinals 20-17 Rams, 27-14 Rams, 30-28 Rams, 37-13 Rams, 30-27, OT Rams, 17-10 Cardinals, 31-7 Rams, 17-12 Cardinals, 38-28 Rams, 16-14 Cardinals, 34-20 Cardinals, 34-31 Cardinals, 48-19 Cardinals, 34-13 Cardinals, 34-10 Cardinals, 21-13 Cardinals, 31-10 Cardinals, 17-13 Rams, 19-6

ARIZONA CARDINALS

NOTABLE CONNECTIONS

• Overall Series: Rams lead series, 33-31-2 • Current Streak: Rams, one game (2010) • Rams Longest Streak: Six games (1999-2003) • Cardinals Longest Streak: Eight games (2006-2010) • Regular Season Point Total: Rams 1,332 - Cardinals 1,273 • Most Points, Rams: 46, Rams 46-14 (1985) • Most Points, Cardinals: 48, Cardinals 48-19 (2007) • Most Points, both teams: 68, Cardinals 41-27 (1988) • Fewest Points, Rams: 0, three times, Cardinals 6-0 (1937), Cardinals 7-0 (1941), Cardinals 7-0 (1942) • Fewest Points, Cardinals: 0, four times, Rams 24-0 (1939), Rams 14-0 (1939), Rams 21-0 (1945), Rams 21-0 (1979) • Fewest Points, both teams: 6, Cardinals 6-0 (1937)

Regular Season Rams lead series, 33-31-2 Year Result Location 1937 Cardinals, 6-0 CLE Cardinals, 13-7 CHI 1938 Cardinals, 7-6 CLE Cardinals, 31-17 CHI 1939 Rams, 24-0 CHI Rams, 14-0 CLE 1940 Rams, 26-14 CLE Cardinals, 17-7 CHI 1941 Rams, 10-6 CHI Cardinals, 7-0 CLE 1942 Cardinals, 7-0 Buffalo, NY Rams, 7-3 CLE 1944 Rams, 30-28 PIT Rams, 33-6 CHI 1945 Rams, 21-0 CLE Rams, 35-21 CHI 1946 Cardinals, 34-10 CHI Rams, 17-14 LA 1947 Rams, 27-7 LA Cardinals, 17-10 CHI 1948 Cardinals, 27-22 LA Cardinals, 27-24 CHI 1949 Tie, 28-28 CHI Cardinals, 31-27 LA 1951 Rams, 45-21 LA 1953 Tie, 24-24 CHI 1954 Rams, 28-17 LA 1958 Rams, 20-14 CHI 1960 Cardinals, 43-21 LA 1965 Rams, 27-3 STL 1968 Rams, 24-13 STL 1970 Rams, 34-13 LA 1972 Cardinals, 24-14 STL

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Coaching Connections: • Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo coached Cardinals DB Matt Ware with the Philadelphia Eagles from 2004-05. • Spagnuolo was the Giants defensive coordinator when Cardinals K Jay Feely played for the team. • Rams General Manager Billy Devaney was a scout with the Washington Redskins when Cardinals Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach Russ Grimm played for Washington. NFL Teammate Connections: • Cardinals K Jay Feely was teammates with Rams DT Fred Robbins, S James Butler and S Craig Dahl with the New York Giants. • Cardinals G Daryn Colledge was teammates with Rams LB Brady Poppinga, CB Josh Gordy and CB Al Harris with the Green Bay Packers. • Cardinals RB Chester Taylor and TE Todd Heap played with Rams C Jason Brown and DT Justin Bannan with the Baltimore Ravens. • Cardinals LB Stewart Bradley and QB Kevin Kolb played with Rams S Quintin Mikell with the Philadelphia Eagles. • Cardinals OL Rex Hadnot and Rams QB A.J. Feeley were teammates with the Miami Dolphins. College Teammate Connections: • Cardinals RB Beanie Wells played with Rams LBs James Laurinaitis at Ohio State University. • Cardinals T Levi Brown was a teammate of Rams CB Justin King at Penn State. • Cardinals K Jay Feely was teammates with Rams DE James Hall at Michigan. • Cardinals S A.J. Jefferson and CB Richard Marshall played with Rams QB Tom Brandstater at Fresno State. • Cardinals S Rashad Johnson played with Rams CB Marquis Johnson at Alabama. • Cardinals WR Chansi Stuckey played with Rams DT Darell Scott at Clemson. • Cardinals LB O’Brien Schofield played with Rams TE Lance Kendricks at Wisconsin.

TALE OF THE TAPE Rams (rank) Cardinals (rank) 12.4 (31) Points Per Game 20.4 (21) 304.3 (28) Total Offense 319.7 (20) 105.9 (20) Rush Offense 99.6 (25) 198.4 (26) Pass Offense 220.1 (19) 28:12 Time Of Possession Average 28:18 27.4 (30) Opponent Points Per Game 26.1 (29) 392.1 (30) Total Defense 390.7 (27) 165.6 (32) Rush Defense 113.1 (15) 226.6 (15) Pass Defense 277.6 (30) 17/107 Sacks Made/Yards 16/128 6/90 Interceptions By/Yards 5/68 -1 (17t) Turnover Differential -4 (24) 9.5 (16) Punt Return Average 19.1 (1) 22.1 (24) Kickoff Return Average 25.9 (9) 5.9 (4) Punt Coverage 12.5 (25) 22.0 (6) Kickoff Coverage 22.6 (12) 44/43.4 Punts/Average 35/43.8

2011 RAMS PROJECTED STARTERS OFFENSE WR Brandon Lloyd – Caught six passes for 53 yards and a touchdown vs. the Saints. Has 31 catches for 410 yards on the season. LT Rodger Saffold – Has started at left tackle all seven games this season and all 23 of his career. Second-round pick in 2010 was the only NFL rookie to start all of his team’s games at left tackle last season. LG Jacob Bell – Has started 23-consecutive games at left guard. Helped the Rams rush for 183 yards last week. Has blocked for four 1,000-yard rushers in his career. C Jason Brown – Started his 83rd consecutive game in Week 8, the third-longest active streak among NFL centers. RG Harvey Dahl – Mauling road grater joined the Rams in July as a free agent. Started at right guard all eight games. Was part of a season-high 31-point effort against New Orleans. RT Jason Smith – Former second-overall pick started at right tackle in Weeks 1-7. Missed last week’s game due to neck injury suffered at Dallas. TE Billy Bajema – Crafty veteran blocker and pass catcher has seven receptions for 59 yards on the season. WR Danario Alexander – Second-year pro leads Rams with 296 receiving yards on the season. Missed last week’s game with hamstring injury. QB Sam Bradford – Top overall pick in 2010 draft was inactive last two weeks due to ankle injury. Passed for 328 yards in Week 6, his third 300-yard game of his career. Set NFL rookie records for completions and attempts en route to 2010 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year honors. FB Brit Miller – Starting fullback and key special teams contributor has served as the lead blocker for Steven Jackson and Cadillac Williams in Weeks 1-8. RB Steven Jackson – Three-time Pro Bowler rushed for 159 yards and two touchdowns vs. Saints. Passed Marshall Faulk for third-most scrimmage yards in team history and passed Eric Dickerson for fourth-most touchdowns.

KEY CONTRIBUTORS RB Cadillac Williams – Has rushed for 220 yards and caught 13 passes this season. Rushed for 91 yards on 19 attempts and tied for team lead in receptions with five in St. Louis debut versus Philadelphia. TE Lance Kendricks – Rams second-round draft pick has 13 receptions for 175 yards on the season. WR Greg Salas – Leads Rams with 20 rec. on the season and has 205 yards as a rookie. QB A.J. Feeley – Passed for 175 yards and a touchdown to lead the Rams to a win last week. Has started last two games and has 15 career starts. OL Adam Goldberg – Versatile veteran started at right tackle last week and helped Steven Jackson rush for 159 yards.

DEFENSE LDE Chris Long – Has 6.0 sacks on the year after recording his first 3.0 sack game of his career last week. Has 12 tackles and seven quarterback hits on the season. Moved to the left side on a full-time basis and had a career-best 8.5 sacks in 2010. LDT Fred Robbins – Twelve-year veteran had his first sack of the season last week. Tied for third among all NFL defensive tackles with 6.0 sacks in 2010, which marked a career high. RDT Justin Bannan – Has 15 total tackles, including two for loss, this season. Forced a fumble vs. Washington. Ten-year veteran joined St. Louis after stints with Buffalo, Baltimore and Denver. Has appeared in 134 career games. RDE James Hall – Leads all Rams defensive linemen with 21 tackles (two for loss) and 2.0 sacks this season. Led the Rams with 10.5 sacks and led all St. Louis defensive linemen with 57 tackles in 2010. SLB Brady Poppinga – Inactive last week due to calf injury. Has 24 tackles on the season. First-year Ram signed with St. Louis after six seasons with Green Bay. MLB James Laurinaitis – Rams’ leading tackler (54 total) had 11 stops vs. New Orleans. Led the team in tackles for the secondconsecutive season as he posted 129 stops in 2010. WLB Chris Chamberlain – Started at WLB the last three weeks. Recorded two tackles for loss last week and six total stops. LCB Justin King – Inactive last week with groin injury. Ranks fourth among Rams with 30 tackles this season. Logged team-high seven tackles and forced a fumble against Baltimore in Week 3. RCB Al Harris – Former Eagle and Packer signed with Rams in August. Is a two-time Pro Bowler who was an alternate for three years before getting an overdue invite to Hawaii. Boasts 21 career INTs, and 4.0 sacks. SS Darian Stewart – Second-year pro ranks third among Rams with 38 tackles on the season. Recorded first career interception last week and returned it for a touchdown. Joined Rams as a rookie free agent in 2010. FS Quintin Mikell – Second among Rams with 48 tackles this season. Also has a sack, two forced fumbles and one interception. Veteran free agent joined St. Louis this summer after eight seasons with Eagles.

KEY CONTRIBUTORS CB Josh Gordy – Started in place of injured Justin King last week and had eight tackles (one for loss) and recorded his first interception of his career. DE Eugene Sims – Rams’ leading special teams tackler this season has seven tackles on defense and two quarterback hits. DE Robert Quinn – Rams’ top draft choice this year has two sacks and seven quarterback hits in six games this season. S Craig Dahl – Has totalled 23 tackles this season and is tied for the team lead with seven special teams stops. Rams’ secondleading tackler with 93 stops on the season in 2010.

THE HEAD COACHES STEVE SPAGNUOLO

KEN WHISENHUNT

NFL Coaching Year: 13th year Rams Head Coach: 3rd year Regular Season: 9-30 (.231) Postseason: 0-0 (.000) Steve Spagnuolo is in his third season as head coach of the St. Louis Rams. In 2010, Spagnuolo’s team made a six-game improvement from 2009, finishing in second place in the NFC West. The six-game swing marked the second best turnaround in the NFL from 2009 to 2010. The Rams finished with a 5-3 home record, the first home winning record since 2004. In addition, the Rams improved their team net turnover ratio from -13 in 2009 to +5 in 2010. The Rams forfeited only six fumbles, the second fewest in the NFL. Spagnuolo’s 2010 Rams made considerable improvements in all three phases last season. Defensively, the Rams jumped 10 spots in total defense in 2010. On the offensive side of the ball, the Rams averaged 7.2 points per game more in 2010 than in 2009, largely by playing smart football that saw the team rank tied for eighth with 21 turnovers last season. Spagnuolo came to the Rams after a stellar career as defensive coordinator of the New York Giants and was the architect of the defense that shut down the high-octane New England Patriots in the Giants’ stunning 17-14 win in Super Bowl XLII. Spagnuolo spent eight seasons (1999-2006) with the Philadelphia Eagles, serving as defensive assistant/safeties from 1999-2000, defensive backs coach from 2001-03 and linebackers coach from 2004-06. From 1999-2005, the Eagles played in four NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl. Spagnuolo coached for 18 years in the college ranks and in professional football in Europe before joining the Eagles. Spagnuolo served as defensive line/special teams coach with the Barcelona Dragons of the WLAF in 1992 and was defensive coordinator/linebackers coach for NFL Europe’s Frankfurt Galaxy in 1998. A wide receiver at Springfield (Mass.) College from 1978-81, Spagnuolo coached collegiately at Massachusetts (1982-93), Lafayette (1984-86), Connecticut (1987-91), Maine (1993-94), Rutgers (1994-95) and Bowling Green (1996-97). Spagnuolo also worked as a pro personnel intern for the Washington Redskins in 1983 and as a scout with the San Diego Chargers in 1993. A native of Whitinsville, Mass., Spagnuolo is married to wife, Maria.

SPAGNUOLO, 20092007-08 2004-06 2001-03 1999-2000 1998 1996-97 1994-95 1994 1993 1993 1992 1990-91 1987-89 1984-86 1983 1982-83

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St. Louis Rams New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Frankfurt Galaxy (NFLE) Bowling Green University Rutgers University University of Maine University of Maine San Diego Chargers Barcelona Dragons (WLAF) University of Connecticut University of Connecticut Lafayette College Washington Redskins University of Massachusetts

GLANCE

Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Linebackers Defensive Backs Defensive Assistant Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Defensive Backs Defensive Backs Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Defensive Backs Scout Defensive Line/Special Teams Defensive Coordinator/Def. Backs Defensive Backs Defensive Line/Special Teams Player Personnel Intern Graduate Intern

NFL Coaching Year: 15th year Cardinals Head Coach: 5th year Regular Season: 33-38-0 (.465) Postseason: 4-2 (.667) Ken Whisenhunt became an NFL head coach for the first time when he was hired by Arizona on January 14, 2007. He brought 10 years of experience as an NFL assistant and nine as a tight end. Arizona’s 8-8 mark in his first season was the team’s best record since going 9-7 in 1998. The 2008 season brought the franchise’s first postseason appearance since 1998, first division crown since 1975, and first home playoff game since 1947. It ended with the team’s first-ever conference title and Super Bowl appearance. Arizona’s 12 total wins in 2008 were the most in team history and the Cardinals won more postseason contests in January (3) than they had in their entire history (2). Whisenhunt is just the second Cardinals head coach to go .500 or better in each of his first two seasons and the team’s 12-4 home record in that span is the best in the NFC. In 2007, Arizona set a franchise record for passing TDs in a season (32). In 2008, the Cardinals’ offense was again explosive and scored a franchise record 427 total points. They added 188 more points in the postseason, the third-highest total in NFL postseason history. Prior to joining the Cardinals, Whisenhunt spent the previous six seasons as an assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the first three as a tight ends coach and the last three as offensive coordinator. Whisenhunt took over as Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator in 2004, the same year the team drafted quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who went on to set an NFL record with wins in his first 13 career starts en route to Offensive Rookie of the Year honors. The next season he became the youngest quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl and finished third in the league in passer rating (98.6). Whisenhunt joined the Steelers in January of 2001 as tight ends coach. Whisenhunt previously coached at the pro level with the New York Jets, Cleveland and Baltimore. He began his coaching career in the collegiate ranks with Vanderbilt for two seasons (1995-96). Whisenhunt was selected in the 12th round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons out of Georgia Tech. He went on to play nine NFL seasons with Atlanta, Washington and the New York Jets (1991-93). Whisenhunt was born February 28, 1962 in Atlanta. Ken and his wife, Alice, have two children – son, Kenneth, Jr. and daughter, Mary Ashley.

WHISENHUNT, 20072004-2006 2001-2003 2000 1999 1997-1998 1995-1996

Arizona Cardinals Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers New York Jets Cleveland Browns Baltimore Ravens Vanderbilt

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GLANCE

Head Coach Offensive Coordinator Tight Ends Tight Ends Special Teams Tight Ends Special Teams/Tight Ends

RAMS ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS

Dick Bass 5,417 yards

Lawrence McCutcheon 6,186 yards

JACKSON STANDS ALONE

Marshall Faulk 6,959 yards

Eric Dickerson 7,245 yards

RUSHING TOUCHDOWN HISTORY

RB Steven Jackson raced into Rams history midway through the 2010 season as he passed Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson to become the franchise’s all-time leading rusher.

RB Steven Jackson reached the end zone twice last week to give him 51 career rushing touchdowns, just seven off Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk’s franchise record.

There are only two running backs in the NFL who hold the franchise rushing record for the team that they currently play for: Jackson and Carolina’s DeAngelo Williams.

Sunday was Jackson’s sixth game in his career in which he’s scored multiple rushing touchdowns and eighth career game in which he’s scored multiple touchdowns (rushing and/or receiving). He has four rushing touchdowns this season, including three in the last two weeks.

While limited early this season with a quad injury suffered in Week 1, Jackson has RB Steven Jackson rushed for 449 yards on 84 carries (5.3 average yards per carry), including a 47-yard touchdown run on the Rams’ first play from scrimmage this season. Jackson has rushed for 8,397 for his career. Among active running backs, Jackson ranks fourth in career yards. Rams Career Rushing Yards Leaders Steven Jackson (2004- ) Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79) Dick Bass (1960-69)

Yards 8,397 7,245 6,959 6,186 5,417

CENTURY MARK

Steven Jackson 8,397 yards

RB Steven Jackson

Rams Career Rushing TD Leaders Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Dan Towler (1950-55) Dick Bass (1960-69)

TD 58 56 51 34 35

KEEPING SCORE Steven Jackson scored two touchdowns last week to give him 59 career scores, which allowed him pass Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson for fourth most in Rams history. In Week 4, Jackson’s 56th touchdown broke a tie with Hall of Famer Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch for fifth place in franchise history. Jackson now has 51 career rushing touchdowns and eight career touchdown receptions.

With a 159-yard performance last week, RB Steven Jackson now hold the secondmost 100-yard games in Rams history with 28.

Most Touchdowns in Rams History 1. Marshall Faulk 2. Isaac Bruce 3. Torry Holt 4. Steven Jackson 5. Eric Dickerson

Entering last week, Jackson was tied with Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk (27). Jackson needs 10 100-yard games to tie Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, who rushed for 100 yards in 38 games, for the most in team history. Last week was Jackson’s first 100-yard RB Steven Jackson game this season. The Rams visit the Cardinals this week, and Jackson has two 100-yard performances against Arizona, including a 102-yard game in their last meeting (12/5/10). Career 100-yard Games in Rams History Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79)

38 28 27 22

RB Steven Jackson hauls in a touchdown pass from Sam Bradford in Week 4.

Touchdowns 85 84 74 59 58

JACK OF ALL TRADES

CATCHING ON Throughout his career RB Steven Jackson has shown the ability to catch passes out of the backfield and while lined up at receiver. In addition to leading the team in rushing last season, Jackson ranked third among Rams in receptions (46). With 343 career catches, Jackson is tied for sixth in team history in the category. He needs just one catch to break the tie with Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch.

RB Steven Jackson has shown the ability to contribute in the rushing game and in the receiving game. Since the start of the 2006 season, Jackson ranks first in the NFL with an average of 115.9 yards from scrimmage per game.

Since becoming a full-time starter in 2006, Jackson has registered 281 receptions for 2,234 receiving yards (8.0-yard average). During that time, Jackson’s 281 receptions and 2,234 receiving yards rank second among all NFL running backs.

Since 2006, Jackson has 1,855 touches for 8,922 yards. His touches and scrimmage yards are the most over that time period.

Receptions Leaders Among Running Backs, 2006-Present Reggie Bush / NO-MIA Steven Jackson / STL Frank Gore/SF Brian Westbrook / PHI-SF L. Tomlinson/SD-NYJ

Rec 315 281 267 262 260

Yards 2,256 2,234 2,223 2,203 2,191

Avg. 7.2 8.0 8.3 8.4 8.4

Long 74 64t 48 62t 74

TD 13 6 9 16 8

Last season, Jackson ranked third in the RB Steven Jackson NFC and ninth in the NFL with 1,624 scrimmage yards. Jackson has rushed for 290 yards this season and has caught 12 passes for 51 yards. In 2010, Jackson averaged 101.5 scrimmage yards per game, marking the fifth consecutive season he’s averaged at least 100 yards from scrimmage per game. The streak dates back to his first year as an NFL starter in 2006. He averaged 145.9 scrimmage yards per game in 2006. In 2006, Jackson recorded 2,334 yards from scrimmage, the fifthhighest single-season total in NFL history. That season Jackson rushed for 1,528 yards and 13 touchdowns on 346 attempts. He added 806 yards receiving on 90 catches. The 90 catches rank sixth in NFL history in one season among running backs. Yards From Scrimmage/Game Leaders, 2006-Present

RB Steven Jackson dives for the end zone on touchdown reception. The catch was one of 343 in Jackson’s career.

MAKING HISTORY A year ago at this time, Rams RB Steven Jackson was on the heels of Eric Dickerson and Marshall Faulk on the team’s all-time rushing list.

Yards 8,922 7,875 8,704 6,068 5,822

Yds/Game 115.9 114.1 113.0 112.4 105.9

During last week’s game, Jackson passed Jack Snow for seventh most catches in team history, and he tied Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch for sixth most. He can break the tie with Hirsch Sunday in Arizona. RB Steven Jackson hauls in a pass for one of his 343 career receptions. He needs just one more

RB Steven Jackson

Last week, Jackson rushed for a season high 159 yards and two touchdowns and caught four passes for 32 yards. Rams All-Time Leaders, Yards From Scrimmage Years 1994-07 1999-08 20041999-05 1983-93

Touches 1,855 1,500 1,651 1,196 1,144

MOVING UP THE CHARTS

Among active NFL players, Jackson currently ranks eighth in career scrimmage yards.

Isaac Bruce Torry Holt Steven Jackson Marshall Faulk Henry Ellard

Games 77 69 77 54 55

RB Steven Jackson caught four passes last week against New Orleans to give him 343 for his career.

Jackson passed both Hall of Famers to become the Rams’ all-time leading rusher, last week he passed Faulk to move into third in team history in yards from scrimmage. Prior to last week’s game, Jackson had 10,959 career yards from scrimmage. He added 191 against the Saints to give him 11,150. Faulk had 11,030 scrimmage yards as a Ram.

Steven Jackson / STL Adrian Peterson / MIN Frank Gore / SF Chris Johnson/ TEN Matt Forte/ CHI

Rushing 150 57 8,397 6,959 55

Rec. 14,109 12,660 2,753 4,071 9,761

Total 14,259 12,717 11,150 11,030 9,816

Jackson has caught 16 passes catch to break a tie for 6th place in team history. in six games this season, tied for third most among Rams. He entered the season ranked ninth in team history in catches and passed Jim Phillips for eighth most in Rams history during Week 5’s game at Green Bay. Rams All-Time Receptions Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9.

Isaac Bruce Torry Holt Henry Ellard Marshall Faulk Tom Fears Elroy Hirsch Steven Jackson Jack Snow Jim Phillips

Years 1994-2007 1999-2008 1983-93 1999-2005 1948-56 1949-57 20041965-75 1965-75

Receptions 942 869 593 470 400 343 343 340 333

PROTECTING THE BALL Rams QB Sam Bradford has thrown just two interceptions in 195 attempts this season, giving him a 1.02 interception percentage on the year. That’s the lowest percentage in the NFL among quarterbacks with at least 150 attempts this season. As a rookie, Bradford tossed 18 touchdown passes to just 15 interceptions. Combined with this season, Bradford has 785 attempts and just 17 interceptions, a rate of 2.17, which is the lowest career rate in Rams history (minimum 500 attempts). Three weeks ago at Green Bay, Bradford passed for 328 yards, his third 300-yard game of his career and second this season. He set a new single-game career high in Week 2 as he passed for 331 yards against the New York Giants as he completed 22-of-46 throws with one touchdown and no interceptions in his Monday Night Football debut. In five games this year, Bradford has passed for 1,170 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions.

A YEAR TO REMEMBER QB Sam Bradford made his mark on the NFL record books with a spectacular season that turned out to be one of the best ever by a rookie quarterback. Bradford set NFL rookie records for completions (354) and attempts (590), and his 3,512 passing yards in 2010 are the second most by a rookie in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning’s 3,739 in 1998. Bradford’s 18 touchdowns are tied for fifth most among rookies in NFL history. The top overall pick in last year’s draft is one of just three rookie QB Sam Bradford quarterbacks in NFL history to pass for 3,000 yards in a season. During a midseason stretch, Bradford set an NFL rookie record with 174 consecutive attempts without an interception. Bradford was named Offensive Rookie of the Year by The Associated Press.

NFL Rookie Passing Records

QB Sam Bradford has protected the football well throughout his career, and his interception percentage is the lowest in the NFL this season as well as the lowest in Rams history.

JUST WIN, BABY! During his standout rookie season, Rams QB Sam Bradford saw his name attached to numerous NFL rookie records. While proud of his statistical accomplishments, Bradford has always maintained that the win-loss column is really the only item he’s interested in tracking. That being the case, Bradford did make an impact in his favorite statistic. His seven wins are the most by a rookie quarterback drafted number one overall since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.

Attempts Sam Bradford (2010) Peyton Manning (1998) Chris Weinke (2001) Rick Mirer (1993) David Carr (2002)

590 575 540 486 444

Completions Sam Bradford (2010) Peyton Manning (1998) Chris Weinke (2001) Matt Ryan (2008) Joe Flacco (2008)

354 326 293 265 257

Yards Peyton Manning (1998) Sam Bradford (2010) Matt Ryan (2008) Joe Flacco (2008) Chris Weinke (2001)

3,739 3,512 3,440 2,971 2,931

SAM’S TROPHY CASE Rams QB Sam Bradford added to his trophy case last January when he was voted Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year by a select group of writers. QB Sam Bradford

Bradford took over a team that went 1-15 in 2009 and led the Rams to a 7-9 record. Most Wins By a Rookie Quarterback Chosen #1 (Since 1970) Year Team Record Sam Bradford 2010 Rams 7-9 Jeff George 1990 Colts 6-7 Jim Plunkett 1971 Patriots 6-8 Drew Bledsoe 1993 Patriots 5-7 John Elway 1983 Broncos 4-6 David Carr 2002 Texans 4-12

As a sophomore at Oklahoma, Bradford won the Heisman Trophy as the nation’s top college player. When he added Offensive Rookie of the Year honors last season, he became just the seventh player and first quarterback to win both the Heisman and the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. QB Sam Bradford

The other players in that elite group include University of Pittsburgh/Cowboys RB Tony Dorsett, Texas/Oilers RB Earl Campbell, Oklahoma/Lions RB Billy Sims, South Carolina/ Saints RB George Rogers, Southern Cal./Raiders RB Marcus Allen, Oklahoma State/Lions RB Barry Sanders and Ohio State/Oilers RB Eddie George.

LONG ON TALENT

TAKE IT AWAY Steve Spagnuolo’s swarming defense is predicated on takeaways and pressure, and the Rams have become adept at forcing turnovers.

DE Chris Long enjoyed his first three-sack game of his career last week to help the Rams to a victory over the New Orleans Saints.

Last week, CB Josh Gordy and S Darian Stewart each recorded their first interceptions of their careers, and Stewart returned his 27 yards for a touchdown.

Long’s performance last week was his third multi-sack game of his career. Following each of his first two sacks, the Saints punted two plays later, and his big plays set New Orleans back a total of 25 yards.

The interceptions marked the 13thconsecutive game in which St. Louis has recorded at least one takeaway, which is the fourth-longest active streak among NFL teams.

Long leads the Rams in sacks (6.0) and quarterback hits (7) this season. He’s one of just five players in the NFL to record 3.0 or more sacks in a game this season.

Last season, the Rams’ second under LB James Laurinaitis Spagnuolo, St. Louis finished the year with 26 takeaways, which was six more than the Rams had in 2009. Rams defenders intercepted eight passes in 2009 and had 14 in their second season under Spagnuolo. The Rams forced 19 fumbles as well, which was the fifth most in the NFL according to StatsPass.com. Most Consecutive Games With at Least One Takeaway (Active Streaks) Consec. Games 1. Atlanta Falcons 26 2. New York Giants 20 3. Oakland Raiders 17 4. St. Louis Rams 13

WELCOME ABOARD S Quintin Mikell, who signed with the Rams as a free agent this summer, has provided an immediate impact on St. Louis’ defense. The nine-year veteran has been a part of a takeaway in four of his first seven games in St. Louis.

DE Chris Long

According to StatsPass.com, Long was credited with 36 combined quarterback hits and knockdowns last season, which tied with Seahawks DE Chris Clemons for the ninth most in the NFL last season.

MAN IN THE MIDDLE If you want to find Rams MLB James Laurinaitis on the football field, one can often simply follow the ball, because the third-year pro seems to always be around it. Laurinaitis is again the Rams leader in tackles as he’s racked up 54 through seven games, and he’s proven to be a valuable defender against both the run and the pass. Last week, Laurinaitis recorded his first sack of the season. He had an interception in Week 4 against Washington, and he’s tied with Al Harris for the team lead in passes defensed with five. Last year, Laurinaitis had seven passes defensed, one interception and three sacks. Among Rams, only starting cornerbacks Ron Bartell (13) and Bradley Fletcher (12) had more pass breakups. Laurinaitis rarely comes off the field, and he’s played in a team-high 502 snaps this season.

Mikell ranks second among Rams with 48 tackles this season, trailing only James Laurinaitis. He also has one sack, one interception and two forced fumbles. Mikell, who spent his first eight NFL S Quintin Mikell celebrates an interseasons with the Eagles, boasts ception with LB Ben Leber. career totals of 5.0 sacks and 11 interceptions. Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo was Mikell’s position coach during Mikell’s first NFL season and in all, the two spent four seasons together in Philadelphia.

GORDY’S BIG GRAB CB Josh Gordy made his first start of his career last week against New Orleans, and the first-year player made the most of his opportunity. Gordy recorded eight tackles, including one for loss, and tallied his first career interception. The Rams capitalized on Gordy’s takeaway with a Brandon Lloyd touchdown catch from A.J. Feeley. The Rams signed Gordy to their practice squad prior to Week 1 and signed him to CB Josh Gordy the active roster in Week 3. Gordy previously spent time with Green Bay and Jacksonville. He was on the Packers’ roster during the team’s Super Bowl run late last season.

Linebacker James Laurinaitis once again finds himself atop the Rams’ list of leading tacklers.

RUSHING ROBERT The Rams used the 14th overall pick in last year’s draft on a young pass rusher who they hoped would help them get after the quarterback, and DE Robert Quinn has shown why he was highly coveted in April. Last week, Quinn recorded his second sack of the season and blocked a punt that led to a Rams touchdown. On the season, Quinn has 2.0 sacks and seven quarterback hits.

DE Robert Quinn

Getting to the quarterback was Quinn’s specialty in college. As a sophomore in 2009 at North Carolina, he was the runner up for the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year award as he recorded 11.0 sacks for the Tar Heels.

A HALL OF A PLAYER In his 12th NFL season, DE James Hall continues to be a rock for the Rams’ defense. He recorded his second sack of the season two weeks ago when he dropped Tony Romo, and he has 21 tackles, including two for loss, and six quarterback hits on the year. In 2010, Hall led St. Louis with 10.5 sacks on the year and also recorded 57 tackles, including two for loss. Hall also led the Rams and tied for second in the NFL with six forced fumbles last season. Hall now has 59.0 career sacks. His 10.5 sacks last year was his second-highest single season total of his career (11.5 in 2004). He finished last season ranked ninth in the NFC in sacks.

ROCKIN’ ROBBINS Rams DT Fred Robbins was one of the more unheralded signings of the 2010 free agency period, but his impact has certainly been felt in the middle of the St. Louis defense. Statistically, Robbins had his best game of the season last week as he had four tackles, one for loss, and a sack in the Rams’ win over New Orleans. In his first season in St. Louis, Robbins set a new career high with 6.0 sacks and had a big impact on the Rams defense. He held off blockers to allow James Laurinaitis to run free, and his pass rush acumen drew the attention of opposing offenses and helped his defensive line mates. Among NFC defensive tackles, only Ndamukong Suh (10) and Cullen Jenkins (7) had more sacks last season than Robbins’ 6. Saints DT Sedrick Ellis also had 6. Robbins came to the Rams after six seasons with the New York Giants. During two of those seasons, Steve Spagnuolo was the Giants’ defensive coordinator. It’s no coincidence that those two campaigns were perhaps the best of Robbins’ career as he tied his previous career high in sacks (5.5) in each of those seasons and was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2008. He played a key role in New York’s run to their Super Bowl XLII championship.

DE James Hall had 10.5 sacks in 2010, which was his second-best season total of his 11-year career. He has 2.0 this season and leads all Rams defensive linemen in tackles.

ALEXANDER THE GREAT Second-year WR Danario Alexander leads the Rams with 296 receiving yards this season and is second with 16 catches. Alexander, who was inactive last week due to injury, enjoyed a six-catch, 91-yard outing at Green Bay in Week 6. The former Mizzou star is averaging 18.5 yards per reception, sixth highest among NFL receivers with at least 15 receptions this season. WR Danario Alexander

In Week 2, Alexander turned in a careerbest performance against the Giants as he caught three passes for a career-high 122 yards and a touchdown. His night included a 68-yard catch and run. The play was the longest catch of Alexander’s career and was also the longest completion of QB Sam Bradford’s career.

GOT ‘EM COVERED Led by P Donnie Jones and K Josh Brown, the Rams have been among the best in football this season when it comes to special teams play. Opponents are averaging just 5.9 yards per punt return against the Rams, which ranks fourth in the NFL.

Rams DT Fred Robbins drops Seattle RB Justin Forsett for a loss. After joining St. Louis as a free agent last spring, Robbins made a big impact on a much-improved Rams defense in 2010.

NEW ADDITION Prior to Week 7, the Rams made a move to upgrade their receiver corps as they sent an undisclosed draft pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for WR Brandon Lloyd. The move has paid immediate dividends. Lloyd caught six passes for 74 yards in his St. Louis debut against Dallas, and last week he caught six passes for 53 yards and a touchdown to help the Rams defeat New Orleans. A nine-year veteran, Lloyd is reunited WR Brandon Lloyd with Rams Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels, under whom he had a breakout season in 2010.

Additionally, the Rams are giving up just 22.0 yards per kickoff return, an average that ranks sixth best in the league. DE Eugene Sims.

Last week against dangerous returner Darren Sproles, the Rams won the field position battle as New Oreleans’ average starting field position was their own 23 yard line. DE Eugene Sims, pictured right, is tied for WR Dominique Curry for the team lead in special team tackles this season with seven.

While playing in McDaniels’ offense, Lloyd posted career highs in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,448) and touchdown catches (11). He led the NFL in receiving yards last season as he was named to his first Pro Bowl of his career. This season, Lloyd caught 31 passes for 410 yards in four games with the Broncos and two in St. Louis . His career totals include 266 receptions for 4,228 yards and 27 touchdowns.

DOWNTOWN JOSH BROWN

KICKING IT Rams P Donnie Jones boasts one of the strongest legs in the NFL, and his deep, high kicks have been a weapon for St. Louis in his five seasons with the club.

K Josh Brown is among the NFL’s best when it comes to kicking from long distance. Brown hit six field goals of 50-plus yards in 2008 and 2009, tying the team record for most field goals from 50-plus in a season. His 2008 and ‘09 seasons are tied with Tony Zendejas for most 50-yard field goals in a season in team history. In the Rams’ opener against Philadelphia, Brown hit a 49-yard kick and was 2-for-3 K Josh Brown on field goals on the day. He now has eight field goals on the season after hitting one last week against the Saints. Brown ranks sixth in NFL history in successful field goal tries from 50 yards or more. Of the five players who rank ahead of Brown Jason Hanson (48), John Kasay (41), Morten Andersen (40), Jason Elam (39) and Sebastian Janikowski (34) - all but Janikowski played at least eight more seasons than Brown. Janikowski entered the NFL three seasons before Brown.

Jones was named an alternate to the Pro Bowl after another strong season in 2010. He finished eighth in the NFL and fourth in the NFC with a gross punting average of 45.5 yards per kick. He also ranked third in the NFL and second in the NFC in net punting average (40.0). P Donnie Jones

With 388 punts as a Ram, Jones ranks second in team history in the category. He passed Sean Landeta for second most last week. Jones’ gross average of 46.9 yards per punt as a Ram is tops in team history. Last week against New Orleans, Jones placed three of his seven punts inside the Saints’ 20 yard line, giving him 117 such punts in his career. He needs four more to tie the franchise record, currently owned by Dale Hatcher (121).

Since entering the NFL in 2003, Brown has made 28 field goals from 50-plus yards, tied second most among kickers during that time. His 68.3 percentage on field goals of 50 yards or more is second best since ‘03.

The Rams signed Jones as a restricted free agent prior to the 2007 season, and during his time in St. Louis, Jones ranks fourth among NFL punters in gross average and second in net.

Most 50+ yard Field Goals Since 2003 50+ FG Sebastian Janikowski 30 Josh Brown 28 Jason Hanson 28 Neil Rackers 20 John Kasay 20

NFL Leaders in Gross Punting Avg., 2007-present Gross Avg. 1. Shane Lechler, OAK 49.4 2. Andy Lee, SF 47.5 3. Mat McBriar, DAL 47.1 4. Donnie Jones, STL 46.9 5. Mike Scifres, SD 46.1

Pct. 55.6 68.3 71.8 51.3 50.0

Brown set a new career high with 33 field goals made in 2010, passing his previous best of 31 in 2008. Brown scored 125 points as well, third best in the NFC and sixth in the NFL among kickers.

MOVING THE CHAINS WR Austin Pettis, the Rams’ third-round pick in April’s draft, caught four passes in Week 4 against the Redskins, and all four of his receptions went for first downs. Pettis has seven catches for 47 yards this season, and he’s now handling punt return duties. When Pettis arrived in St. Louis, he was given jersey number 83. Early in the season, Pettis switched to 18 in order to honor a family member who was also a professional athlete in St. Louis. Del Rice, Pettis’ grandfather, wore 18 when he played catcher for the St. Louis baseball Cardinals (1945-55, 60). Pettis’ uncle Gary Pettis also enjoyed a long major league career with the Angels, Tigers and Rangers.

NFL Leaders in Net Punting Avg., 2007-present Net Avg. 1. Shane Lechler, OAK 41.7 2. Donnie Jones, STL 40.4 3. Andy Lee, SF 40.3 4. Matt McBriar, DAL 39.9 5. Dustin Colquitt, KC 39. 5 *Min. 120 punts

ALOHA! Rams WR Greg Salas, the team’s fourth-round pick out of Hawaii, has become more involved in the offense as the season progresses. After a five-catch performance last week against the Saints, Salas now leads the Rams with 20 receptions this season. In Week 6, he led the team with eight catches against the Packers in Week 6 and added 77 yards. Four of his catches went for first downs. Entering that week, Salas had five total catches on the season.

WR Austin Pettis hauls in a pass from QB Sam Bradford in Week 4 against Washington.

WR Greg Salas

During his career at Hawaii, Salas caught 285 passes for 4,345 yards. His reception total ranks third in WAC history and 15th in NCAA history. As a senior, he caught 119 passes for 1,889 yards and 14 touchdowns on his way to third-team All American status in 2010.

PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN QUARTERBACKS 8 Sam Bradford – Was inactive the last two weeks (ankle). Passed for 321 yards in Week 6, his third 300-yard performance of his career. Threw for a career-high 331 yards in Week 2 at New York. Set rookie records for attempts and completions to earn AP Offensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2010. Ranks third in NFL history in passing yards by a rookie (3,065). 12 Tom Brandstater – Joined the Rams’ practice squad prior to Week 2 and was promoted to the active roster in Week 8. Has spent time with Denver, Indianapolis, Miami and Dallas in his career.

QB Sam Bradford

4 A.J. Feeley – Completed 20-of-37 passes for 175 yards and a touchdown to lead St. Louis to victory over New Orleans. Saw first action as a Ram in Week 1 when he relieved Bradford in the fourth quarter. Has an extensive history with Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo from his time in Philadelphia with the coach.

RUNNING BACKS 39 Steven Jackson – Three-time Pro Bowler rushed for a season-high 159 yards and two touchdown against the Saints. Gained 96 yards on the ground and caught four passes at Green Bay. Scored on a 15-yard touchdown catch in Week 4. Inactive Week 2 due to quad injury. Rushed for 56 yards on two carries, including a 47-yard touchdown run on St. Louis’ first play from scrimmage in Week 1. Left the game due to a quad strain. Has rushed for at least 1,000 yards in six-consecutive seasons.

RB Steven Jackson

49 Brit Miller – Saw action at fullback and on special teams in Weeks 1-8 and led the way for a 183-yard rushing performance by the Rams in Week 8 against the Saints. Finished second among Rams in special teams tackles in 2010 despite spending just nine weeks on the active roster. 39 Jerious Norwood – Has rushed six times for 18 yards this season and is averaging 26.0 yards per return on kickoffs. Speedy running back and returner signed with St. Louis in August after spending the first five seasons of his career with the Falcons. 35 Quinn Porter – Had three special teams tackles vs. New Orleans. Averaged 22.5 yards on four kickoff returns with a long of 32 in Rams debut at Giants. Signed by the Rams off of Cleveland’s practice squad prior to Week 2. 33 Carnell “Cadillac” Williams – Veteran has rushed for 220 yards on 57 carries and caught 13 passes this season. Rushed for 91 yards on 19 carries (4.8 avg.) and caught five passes for 49 yards in Rams debut.

FB Brit Miller

WIDE RECEIVERS 84 Danario Alexander – Leads Rams in receiving yards (296). Inactive last week. Caught two passes for 9 yards vs. Dallas. Posted a career-best 122 yards on three catches, including a touchdown reception, in Week 2 at New York. Inactive Week 1 vs. Philadelphia. 15 Dominique Curry – Special teams standout is tied for team lead with seven tackles in the kicking game. Made Rams roster in 2010 as an undrafted free agent. Suffered season-ending knee injury in Week 3 win over Washington last season. 11 Brandon Gibson – Second among Rams in receptions with 19 on the season. Recorded four receptions for 43 yards at Green Bay. Caught four passes for 52 yards in Week 2. Led Rams with 50 receiving yards in Week 1 on three catches. Had 53 receptions for 620 yards and scored two touchdowns in 2010.

WR Danario Alexander

83 Brandon Lloyd – Led St. Louis with 6 rec. for 53 yards and a touchdown last week. Had 6 rec. for 74 yards in Rams debut at Dallas. Joined the Rams via trade prior to Week 7. Nine-year veteran led the NFL with 1,448 yards in 2010. Career totals include 260 rec., 4,101 yards and 26 touchdowns. 18 Austin Pettis – Has seven catches for 47 yards on the season. Registered four catches for 32 yards vs. Washington in Week 4. Caught two passes for eight yards in NFL debut in Week 3. Inactive Weeks 1 & 2. Rams third-round pick played in 51 games at Boise State with 229 receptions for 2,838 yards and 39 touchdowns.

WR Greg Salas

87 Greg Salas – Has a team-high 20 catches after five-reception performance last week. Led St. Louis with eight rec. (77 yards) at Green Bay. Inactive Weeks 3 & 4. Recorded four receptions for 27 yards in Week 2 at New York and had a 29-yard punt return.

PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN TIGHT ENDS 47 Billy Bajema – Caught one pass for seven yards vs. New Orleands. Has 7 receptions for 59 yards this season. Caught two passes for 21 yards and helped St. Louis rush for 154 yards in 2011 opener. 86 Michael Hoomanawanui – Logged three rec. for 44 yards at Dallas. Recorded one catch for 10 yards in Week 3 vs. Baltimore. Caught one pass for eight yards in Week 2 vs. Giants. Inactive due to calf injury in Week 1. Hauled in 13 passes for 146 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie.

TE Billy Bajema

88 Lance Kendricks – Caught four passes for 71 yards vs. Packers in Week 6. Had two receptions for 25 yards against the Ravens in Week 3. Recorded one reception for 26 yards in Week 2 at New York. Caught one pass for 18 yards in NFL debut against the Eagles. Rams second-round pick recorded 43 catches for 663 yards and five touchdowns last season at Wisconsin. 81 Stephen Spach – Was inactive in Weeks 2-7. Saw action in Rams debut after signing with St. Louis prior to Week 1. Has appeared in 40 games with 23 starts in six NFL seasons with Cardinals, Patriots and Eagles.

OFFENSIVE LINE 63 Jacob Bell – Started at left guard in Weeks 1-8 after starting each of team’s 16 games a year ago. Helped St. Louis score a season-high 31 points last week. TE Lance Kendricks

60 Jason Brown – Has started 83 consecutive games, the third-longest active streak among NFL centers. Helped St. Louis rush for 183 yards as a team in Week 8. 62 Harvey Dahl – Started at right guard in Weeks 1-8. Started 43 games at right guard for the Atlanta Falcons over the past three seasons. Known for his aggressive, physical style of play. 73 Adam Goldberg – Started at right tackle and helped Steven Jackson rush for a season-high 159 yards last week. Saw action at right tackle in Week 7 as he replaced injured Jason Smith. Also played at RT in Week 3. Played on special teams in all five games. Relieved injured Jason Smith at right tackle in Week 1. Started at right guard in each of the Rams’ 16 games in 2010.

T Jason Smith

76 Rodger Saffold - Started at left tackle in Weeks 1-8. Second-round pick in 2010 draft was a second-team All-Big 10 performer at Indiana and was the only rookie in the NFL to start all 16 games at left tackle last season. 77 Jason Smith – Started at right tackle in Weeks 1-7 and started 15 games at the position in 2010. Helped Steven Jackson rush for 96 yards at Green Bay. 64 Tony Wragge – Made Rams debut when he spelled the injured Jacob Bell in Week 4. Nineyear pro signed with the Rams prior to Week 1. Played on special teams in Weeks 2-3 at New York. Was inactive vs. Philadelphia. Has appeared in 69 games with 15 starts with San Francisco and Arizona. 79 Mark LeVoir – Fifth-year pro signed with St. Louis prior to Week 8. Has spent time with Chicago, Baltimore and New England as well as a previous stint with the Rams.

C Jason Brown

G Jacob Bell

PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN DEFENSIVE LINE 99 C.J. Ah You – Had one assist in return to action last week. Inactive with wrist injury in Weeks 2-7. Saw action in all 16 contests in 2010 and contributed 4.0 sacks and 19 tackles (nine solo). 95 Justin Bannan – Has 15 tackles (two for loss) on the season. Started each of first seven games this season. Started all 16 games for Denver last season, posting 35 tackles with a sack, a forced fumble and four passes defended. 71 Gary Gibson – Recorded two tackles last week. Had a sack in consecutive games at Dallas & Green Bay. Started each of the Rams’ 16 games in 2010 and had 30 tackles and two passes defensed on the year. DT Fred Robbins

96 James Hall – Logged three solo tackles, one QB hit and one pressure in win over the Saints. Notched his second sack of the season at Dallas. Registered five tackles vs. Packers. Logged first sack of season and had three tackles against Giants. 91 Chris Long – Notched his first three-sack game of his career against New Orleans. Has 12 tackles on the season. Recorded a sack in third-consecutive game against the Ravens in Week 3. Had a sack and four tackles in Week 2 at Giants. Had one sack, one solo tackle and one quarterback hit vs. Philadelphia. Set a new career high sack total with 8.5 last year. 94 Robert Quinn – Sacked Drew Brees and blocked a punt that led to a Rams touchdown vs. New Orleans. Credited with four quarterback hits vs. Ravens. Notched first career sack in NFL debut vs. New York in Week 2. Selected 14th overall by the Rams in April’s draft. Racked up 86 tackles, 13 sacks, 25.5 tackles for loss and eight forced fumbles in just 25 games at North Carolina.

DE Chris Long

98 Fred Robbins – Recorded first sack of the season last week. Has 11 tackles (four for loss) on the year. Had one assist in 2011 opener against Philadelphia. Recorded 24 total tackles, including four for loss, eight quarterback hits, 6.0 sacks and seven passes defensed last year in his first season with St. Louis. 97 Darell Scott – Inactive last week. Had two tackles in Week 4 vs. Washington. Recorded two tackles at NYG. Had one solo tackle against Philadelphia. Third-year pro and former fourth-round draft choice recorded 15 tackles last season. 92 Eugene Sims – Tied for team lead with seven special teams tackles. Logged two tackles vs. Eagles. Recorded seven tackles this season while seeing action in nine games as a rookie last year.

LINEBACKERS DE James Hall

57 Chris Chamberlain – Started third-consecutive game at WLB last week and had six tackles, including two for loss. Tied for team lead with seven tackles at Green Bay. Notched first career sack and forced a fumble in Week 3. Started six games for the Rams in 2010 and recorded 23 tackles and two passes defensed. One of St. Louis’ top special teams performers. 56 Josh Hull – Saw action on special teams in each of first seven games of 2011. Rams’ seventh-round pick in 2010 out of Penn State. As a rookie, saw action on special teams in Week 1 before suffering season-ending knee injury in practice. 50 Bryan Kehl – Started and recorded four tackles vs. New Orleans. Saw action on defense in 14 games last season, posted 26 tackles, and earned one start. Claimed by the Rams off waivers from the New York Giants prior to Week 2 of 2010.

LB James Laurinaitis

55 James Laurinaitis – Rams leading tackler on the season had 11 stops and a sack in win over the Saints. Recorded an interception vs. Redskins in Week 4. Logged team-high 11 tackles at New York. Had six tackles, two passes defensed and recovered a fumble vs. Philadelphia. Led the team with 129 tackles in 2010, while adding 3.0 sacks, one interception, and seven passes defensed. 59 Ben Leber – Played on special teams last week. Recorded two tackles in Week 4. Recorded two tackles, two quarterback pressures and one QB hit in Rams debut. Tenth-year pro joined the Rams in August after five seasons with the Vikings. 51 Brady Poppinga – Inactive last week (calf). Had season-high seven tackles in Week 4 vs. Washington. Won a starting job this summer after signing with the Rams as an unrestricted free agent. Started 39 games over a three-year period with the Packers from 2006 through 2008.

LB Chris Chamberlain

PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN DEFENSIVE BACKS 37 James Butler – Registered one QB hit vs. Cowboys. Had one tackle vs. Giants. Saw action on defense and special teams in Week 1. Saw action in 13 games in 2010. Had 26 tackles, two interceptions, and two passes defensed. 43 Craig Dahl – Had three special teams tackles vs. New Orleans. Recorded three tackles and an interception at Green Bay. Had five tackles in Week 4. Registered four stops in Week 2 at Giants. Led Rams with eight tackles in Week 1. Totaled 93 tackles, one sack, two interceptions, and four passes defensed in 15 games last season.

S Quintin Mikell

38 Josh Gordy – Started and logged his first career interception in win over Saints. Had eight tackles and one tackle for loss as well. Had a career-high seven tackles at Dallas. Recorded one tackle at Green Bay in his first action on defense as a Ram. Played on special teams in Weeks 3-4. Second year pro split time on Green Bay’s practice squad and active roster in 2010. 21 Al Harris – Had five tackles and two passes defensed against New Orleans. Registered eight stops vs. Dallas. Saw action on defense and special teams in Weeks 1 & 2. Former Eagle and Packer signed with Rams in August. Is a two-time Pro Bowler who was an alternate for three years before getting an overdue invite to Hawaii. Boasts 21 career INTs and 4 sacks. 25 Marquis Johnson – Was activated last week from Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform and made his 2011 debut vs. New Orleans. Had seven tackles, a QB pressure and a QB hit in win over Saints. Drafted by St. Louis in 7th round in 2010 and spent most of his rookie year in Reserve-Injured.

CB Justin King

21 Justin King – Inactive vs. Saints. Started at Dallas and had three tackles before leaving the game with a groin injury. Collected three tackles and an interception against the Redskins. Had nine tackles vs. NYG. Had six tackles, including two for loss, and two QB hits as well as first career sack in Week 1. Saw action in eight games for the Rams in 2010. Logged 19 total tackles and two passes defensed. 27 Quintin Mikell – Had eight tackles against the Saints. Led Rams with 12 tackles at Dallas. Had six tackles in Week 4. Registered seven tackles and first interception of the season against New York. Recorded three tackles, one sack and one forced fumble as he made his Rams debut against his former team in Week 1. Former Eagle earned his first Pro Bowl bid in 2009 after racking up 90 tackles, 13 passes defended and a pair of interceptions.

K Josh Brown

20 Darian Stewart – Posted seven tackles and returned an interception 27 yards for a touchdown to help St. Louis defeat New Orleans. Had five solo tackles at Dallas to give him 31 on the season. Made eight tackles and two passes defensed vs. Redskins. Logged seven tackles against New York in Week 2. Had two tackles in Week 1. Finished the 2010 season with 11 total tackles, one sack, and one pass defensed in 13 appearances for the Rams.

SPECIALISTS P Donnie Jones

3 Josh Brown - Made a 38-yard field goal vs. New Orleans. Connected on his only field goal attempt in Week 4. Made all three of his field goal attempts in Week 2 at New York. Was 2-for-3 on field goal attempts in Week 1 and made a 49-yard kick against Philadelphia. Went 33-for-39 in field goal attempts last season and accumulated 125 points. 5 Donnie Jones – Averaging 43.4 yards per punt on the season. Has now recorded secondmost punts in team history after passing Sean Landeta in Week 7. Finished 2010 ranked fourth in the NFC and eighth in the NFL with 45.5 gross average and third in NFL in net average (40.0). 44 Jake McQuaide – Has executed clean snaps on all 63 career attempts. Won Rams long snapping job this summer as a rookie free agent out of Ohio State.

LS Jake McQuaide

ST. LOUIS RAMS 2011 DEFENSIVE STATS (Based on coaches evaluation) TACKLES Total Solo James Laurinaitis 54 37 Quintin Mikell 48 35 Darian Stewart 38 26 Justin King 30 24 Chris Chamberlain 25 16 Bradley Fletcher 24 19 Brady Poppinga 24 11 Craig Dahl 23 17 James Hall 21 16 Al Harris 17 10 Josh Gordy 16 12 Justin Bannan 15 9 Chris Long 12 7 Fred Robbins 11 5 Darell Scott 10 8 Ben Leber 10 8 Gary Gibson 9 3 Bryan Kehl 8 4 Eugene Sims 7 2 Marquis Johnson 7 4 Robert Quinn 5 3 C.J. Ah You 3 1 Ron Bartell 2 2 James Butler 2 1 Total 421 280 *Tackle totals include tackles for loss * PD is passes defensed

Asst. 17 13 12 6 9 5 13 6 5 7 4 6 5 6 2 2 6 4 5 3 2 2 0 1 141

SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

Total Solo Eugene Sims .....................7 4 Dominique Curry ...............7 4 Craig Dahl .........................7 5 Darian Stewart...................6 5 Josh Hull............................5 2 Brit Miller ...........................4 3 Quinn Porter ......................4 3 Chris Chamberlain.............3 3 Bryan Kehl .........................3 3 Josh Gordy ........................2 1 Greg Salas ........................2 1 Bradley Fletcher ................1 1 Donnie Jones ....................1 1 Austin Pettis ......................1 0 Josh Brown........................1 0 Robert Quinn .....................0 0 Total .................................54 36

Ast. 3 3 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 18

FF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sacks 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 17.0

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Yards 8.0 9.0 0.0 6.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 20.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 34.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 17.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 107.0

BK Rec 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Int. 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

QB *PD Press. 5 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 10

QB Hits 1 2 0 3 1 2 1 1 6 0 0 1 7 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 7 0 0 1 36

SACK LEADERS No. Chris Long ............................ 6.0 James Hall............................ 2.0 Gary Gibson ......................... 2.0 Robert Quinn ........................ 2.0 Quintin Mikell ........................ 1.0 James Laurinaitis ................. 1.0 Justin King ............................ 1.0 Chris Chamberlain................ 1.0 Fred Robbins ........................ 1.0 Total ................................... 17.0

FF 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5

FR 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Yards 34.0 20.0 11.0 17.0 9.0 8.0 6.0 2.0 0.0 107.0

ST. LOUIS RAMS / WEEK 8 / THROUGH MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2011 WON 1, LOST 6 09/11 L 13-31 09/19 L 16-28 09/25 L 7-37 10/02 L 10-17 10/16 L 3-24 10/23 L 7-34 10/30 W 31-21 11/06 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/04 12/12 12/18 12/24 01/01

Philadelphia 56,722 at New York Giants 78,290 Baltimore 56,289 Washington 56,113 at Green Bay 70,604 at Dallas 80,086 New Orleans 57,179 at Arizona at Cleveland Seattle Arizona at San Francisco at Seattle Cincinnati at Pittsburgh San Francisco St.L. Opp. TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 122 153 Rushing 33 57 Passing 79 84 Penalty 10 12 3rd Down: Made/Att 30/103 43/99 3rd Down Pct. 29.1 43.4 4th Down: Made/Att 7/15 4/6 4th Down Pct. 46.7 66.7 POSSESSION AVG. 28:12 31:48 TOTAL NET YARDS 2130 2745 Avg. Per Game 304.3 392.1 Total Plays 462 474 Avg. Per Play 4.6 5.8 NET YARDS RUSHING 741 1159 Avg. Per Game 105.9 165.6 Total Rushes 164 221 NET YARDS PASSING 1389 1586 Avg. Per Game 198.4 226.6 Sacked/Yards Lost 27/180 17/107 Gross Yards 1569 1693 Att./Completions 271/145 236/137 Completion Pct. 53.5 58.1 Had Intercepted 3 6 PUNTS/AVERAGE 44/43.4 34/43.8 NET PUNTING AVG. 44/38.9 34/39.3 PENALTIES/YARDS 53/429 42/352 FUMBLES/BALL LOST 18/7 8/3 TOUCHDOWNS 9 24 Rushing 4 6 Passing 4 14 Returns 1 4 * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS TEAM 13 30 27 17 0 87 OPPONENTS 59 61 30 42 0 192 * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Jo. Brown 0 0 0 0 9/ 9 8/10 0 33 S. Jackson 5 4 1 0 0 30 Alexander 1 0 1 0 0 6 B. Gibson 1 0 1 0 0 6 Lloyd LG 1 0 1 0 0 6 Lloyd TM 1 0 1 0 0 6 Stewart 1 0 0 1 0 6 TEAM 9 4 4 1 9/ 9 8/10 0 87 OPPONENTS 24 6 14 4 24/24 8/11 0 192 2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 0-0 SACKS: Long 6, G. Gibson 2, Hall 2, Quinn 2, Chamberlain 1, King 1, Laurinaitis 1, Mikell 1, Robbins 1, TM 17, OPP 27 FUM/LOST: Bradford 7/4, Salas 3/1, Feeley 2/1, Pettis 2/0, Amendola 1/0, S. Jackson 1/0, Lloyd(LG) 1/0, Porter(TM) 1/0, Porter(LG) 1/0, C. Williams 1/1 * PASSING Bradford Feeley TEAM OPPONENTS

Att Cmp 196 104 75 41 271 145 236 137

* RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD S. Jackson 84 449 5.3 47t 4 C. Williams 57 220 3.9 16 0 Bradford 9 22 2.4 17 0 Norwood 6 18 3.0 7 0 B. Gibson 2 16 8.0 11 0 B. Miller 1 12 12.0 12 0 Salas 1 8 8.0 8 0 Feeley 3 4 1.3 6 0 Kendricks 1 -8 -8.0 -8 0 TEAM 164 741 4.5 47t 4 OPPONENTS 221 1159 5.2 91t 6 * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD Lloyd LG 31 410 13.2 44 1 Lloyd TM 12 127 10.6 34 1 Salas 20 205 10.3 21 0 B. Gibson 19 241 12.7 34t 1 Alexander 16 296 18.5 68 1 S. Jackson 16 83 5.2 15t 1 Kendricks 13 175 13.5 45 0 C. Williams 13 87 6.7 16 0 Sims-Walker TM 11 139 12.6 33 0 Bajema 7 59 8.4 19 0 Pettis 7 47 6.7 12 0 Hoomanawanui 5 62 12.4 27 0 Amendola 5 45 9.0 18 0 B. Miller 1 3 3.0 3 0 TEAM 145 1569 10.8 68 4 OPPONENTS 137 1693 12.4 93t 14 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD King 1 51 51.0 51 0 Stewart 1 27 27.0 27t 1 Laurinaitis 1 15 15.0 15 0 Gordy 1 0 0.0 0 0 Mikell 1 0 0.0 0 0 C. Dahl 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0 TEAM 6 90 15.0 51 1 OPPONENTS 3 3 1.0 3 0 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B Jones 44 1911 43.4 38.9 5 13 65 0 TEAM 44 1911 43.4 38.9 5 13 65 0 OPPONENTS 34 1490 43.8 39.3 3 12 67 1 * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD Pettis 6 4 65 10.8 39 0 N. Miller LG 2 0 19 9.5 12 0 Salas 2 3 29 14.5 29 0 Amendola 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 Porter LG 1 1 1 1.0 1 0 Porter TM 1 1 1 1.0 1 0 TEAM 10 8 95 9.5 39 0 OPPONENTS 17 11 101 5.9 29 0 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD Porter LG 12 257 21.4 32 0 Porter TM 12 257 21.4 32 0 Norwood 6 156 26.0 31 0 N. Miller LG 4 61 15.3 18 0 Pettis 1 19 19.0 19 0 Sims 1 10 10.0 10 0 TEAM 20 442 22.1 32 0 OPPONENTS 15 330 22.0 37 0 * FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Jo. Brown 0/ 0 4/ 4 3/ 3 1/ 3 0/0 TEAM 0/ 0 4/ 4 3/ 3 1/ 3 0/0 OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 1 6/ 6 0/ 1 1/3 Jo. Brown: (49G,47N,23G)(21G,25G,27G)()(32G) (47N,36G)()(38G) OPP: (34G)()(51N,51N,21G,31G,38G)(38G)(32G)(30G, 51G)(49N)

Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD 1177 53.1 6.01 3 392 54.7 5.23 1 1569 53.5 5.79 4 1693 58.1 7.17 14

TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating 1.5 2 1.0 68 21/ 138 72.2 1.3 1 1.3 34 6/ 42 68.3 1.5 3 1.1 68 27/ 180 71.1 5.9 6 2.5 93t 17/ 107 89.5

RAMS COACHES & PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 11/1/2011 Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Special Teams Coordinator Assistant Strength Wide Receivers Running Backs Defensive Backs/Safties Defensive Line Linebackers Strength Quality Control/Defense Tight Ends Offensive Line Defensive Backs/Cornerbacks Coaching Assistant/Special Projects Quality Control/Offense Quality Control/Special Teams Assistant to Head Coach/ Football Operations

Steve Spagnuolo Ken Flajole Josh McDaniels Tom McMahon Adam Bailey Nolan Cromwell Sylvester Croom Andre Curtis Brendan Daly Paul Ferraro Rock Gullickson Matt House Frank Leonard Steve Loney Clayton Lopez Lou Paolillo Andy Sugarman Derius Swinton Bruce Warwick

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE COACHES Ken FLAJOLE Lou PAOLILLO Steve SPAGNUOLO PLAYERS 99 C.J. AH YOU 84 DANARIO Alexander 47 Billy BAJEMA 86 Michael HOOMANAWANUI 50 Bryan KEHL 55 James LAURINAITIS 79 Mark LeVOIR 27 Quintin MIKELL 97 DARELL Scott 52 JABARA Williams 64 Tony WRAGGE

FLAY-juhl pay-oh-LIL-oh spag-NO-low EYE - you duh-NAIR-ee-oh BADGE-uh-muh huh-oh-muh-NOW-uh-NEW-ee KEEL Lore-in-eye-tis luh-VORE like MICHAEL duh-RELL juh-BAR-uh RAH-gee (hard g)

RAMS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART 10/31/2011

OFFENSE WR

11 Brandon Gibson

87 Greg Salas

LT

76 Rodger Saffold

73 Adam Goldberg

18 Austin Pettis 15 Dominique Curry

LG

63 Jacob Bell

64 Tony Wragge

C

60 Jason Brown

64 Tony Wragge

79 Mark LeVoir

RG

62 Harvey Dahl

64 Tony Wragge

RT

77 Jason Smith

73 Adam Goldberg

79 Mark LeVoir

TE

47 Billy Bajema

86 Michael Hoomanawanui

88 Lance Kendricks 81 Stephen Spach

WR QB

84 Danario Alexander 8 Sam Bradford

FB

49 Brit Miller

HB

39 Steven Jackson

83 Brandon Lloyd 4 A.J. Feeley 33 Cadillac Williams

12 Tom Brandstater 34 Jerious Norwood 35 Quinn Porter

DEFENSE LDE

91 Chris Long

99 C.J. Ah You

LDT

98 Fred Robbins

97 Darell Scott

RDT

95 Justin Bannan

71 Gary Gibson

RDE

96 James Hall

92 Eugene Sims

SLB

51 Brady Poppinga

50 Bryan Kehl

MLB

55 James Laurinaitis

56 Josh Hull

WLB

57 Chris Chamberlain

59 Ben Leber

LCB

21 Justin King

38 Josh Gordy

RCB

31 Al Harris

25 Marquis Johnson

SS

20 Darian Stewart

43 Craig Dahl

FS

27 Quintin Mikell

37 James Butler

SPECIALISTS P

5 Donnie Jones

K

3 Josh Brown

H

5 Donnie Jones

LS

44 Jake McQuaide

PR

18 Austin Pettis

87 Greg Salas

KR

34 Jerious Norwood

35 Quinn Porter

94 Robert Quinn

26 Rod Hood

RAMS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Birth

NFL

# Player 99 Ah You, C.J. 84 Alexander, Danario 47 Bajema, Billy 95 Bannan, Justin 63 Bell, Jacob 8 Bradford, Sam 12 Brandstater, Tom 60 Brown, Jason 3 Brown, Josh 37 Butler, James 57 Chamberlain, Chris 15 Curry, Dominique 43 Dahl, Craig 62 Dahl, Harvey 4 Feeley, A.J. 11 Gibson, Brandon 71 Gibson, Gary 73 Goldberg, Adam 38 Gordy, Josh 96 Hall, James 31 Harris, Al 26 Hood, Rod 86 Hoomanawanui, Michael 56 Hull, Josh 39 Jackson, Steven 25 Johnson, Marquis 5 Jones, Donnie 50 Kehl, Bryan 88 Kendricks, Lance 21 King, Justin 55 Laurinaitis, James 59 Leber, Ben 79 LeVoir, Mark 83 Lloyd, Brandon 91 Long, Chris 44 McQuaide, Jake 27 Mikell, Quintin 49 Miller, Brit 34 Norwood, Jerious 18 Pettis, Austin 51 Poppinga, Brady 35 Porter, Quinn 94 Quinn, Robert 98 Robbins, Fred 76 Saffold, Rodger 87 Salas, Greg 97 Scott, Darell 92 Sims, Eugene 77 Smith, Jason 81 Spach, Stephen 20 Stewart, Darian 33 Williams, Cadillac 64 Wragge, Tony Physically Unable to Perform (1)

Pos DE WR TE DT G QB QB C K S LB WR S G QB WR DT G CB DE CB CB TE LB RB CB P LB TE CB LB LB T WR DE LS S FB RB WR LB RB DE DT T WR DT DE T TE S RB C/G

Ht 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-7 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-7 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-4

Wt 265 217 259 312 304 224 222 320 202 218 238 223 212 308 216 205 312 305 195 265 194 201 263 245 240 203 220 244 247 197 250 245 310 188 270 247 204 253 205 207 252 205 264 322 314 209 317 265 308 260 214 218 310

Date 7/7/82 8/7/88 10/31/82 4/18/79 3/2/81 11/8/87 10/21/84 5/5/83 4/29/79 9/7/82 9/30/85 8/16/87 6/17/85 6/24/1981 5/16/77 8/13/87 5/5/82 8/12/80 2/9/1987 2/4/77 12/7/74 10/3/81 7/4/88 5/21/87 7/22/83 5/18/88 7/5/80 6/16/84 1/30/88 5/11/87 12/3/86 12/7/78 7/29/82 7/5/81 3/28/85 12/7/87 9/16/80 9/15/86 7/29/1983 5/7/88 9/21/1979 2/2/1986 5/18/90 3/26/77 6/6/88 8/25/88 3/15/86 3/18/86 4/30/86 7/18/82 8/4/88 4/21/1982 8/14/1979

89 Clayton, Mark Injured/Reserve (6)

WR

5-10

190

7/2/82

29

7

16 Amendola, Danny 24 Bartell, Ron 93 Cudjo, Jermelle 32 Fletcher, Bradley 22 Jackson, Brian 23 Murphy, Jerome Practice Squad (8)

WR CB DT CB CB CB

5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0

188 208 311 200 212 200

11/2/85 2/22/82 9/28/86 6/25/86 5/4/87 1/13/87

26 29 25 25 24 23

WR C TE DT G LB T CB

6-3 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-1

195 300 248 303 300 241 308 190

9/4/1987 5/14/1988 10/22/87 2/10/88 8/6/88 4/23/88 11/4/86 9/5/86

24 23 24 23 23 23 25 25

19 61 41 66 70 58 68 30

Adams, Kris Barnes, Tim Guidugli, Ben Henderson, John Hughes, Kevin Lutrus, Scott McKee, Ryan Ness, Nate

Age Exp College 29 3 Oklahoma 22 2 Missouri 29 7 Oklahoma State 32 10 Colorado 30 8 Miami (Ohio) 23 2 Oklahoma 27 2 Fresno State 28 7 North Carolina 32 9 Nebraska 29 7 Georgia Tech 26 4 Tulsa 24 2 Cal (PA) 26 5 North Dakota State 30 5 Nevada-Reno 34 11 Oregon 24 3 Washington State 29 6 Rutgers 31 8 Wyoming 1 Central Michigan 24 34 12 Michigan 36 14 Texas A&M (Kingsville) 30 9 Auburn 23 2 Illinois 24 2 Penn State 28 8 Oregon State 23 2 Alabama 31 8 Louisiana State 27 4 Brigham Young 23 R Wisconsin 24 4 Penn State 24 3 Ohio State 32 10 Kansas State 29 5 Notre Dame 30 9 Illinois 26 4 Virginia 23 R Ohio State 31 9 Boise State 25 2 Illinois 28 6 Mississippi State 23 R Boise State 32 7 Brigham Young 25 1 Stillman 21 R North Carolina 34 12 Wake Forest 23 2 Indiana 23 R Hawaii 25 3 Clemson 25 2 West Texas A&M 25 3 Baylor 29 6 Fresno State 23 2 South Carolina 29 6 Auburn 32 7 New Mexico State

H.S. Hometown Highland, Utah Marlin, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Sacramento, Calif. Cleveland, Ohio Oklahoma City, Okla. Turlock, Calif. Henderson, N.C. Foyil, Okla. Bainbridge, Ga. Bethany, Okla. Philadelphia, Pa. Mankato, Minn. Fallon, Nev. Caldwell, ID Puyallup, Wash. Lafayette, N.Y. Edina, Minn. Warthan, Ga. New Orleans, La. Pompano Beach, Fla Columbus, Ga. Bloomington, Ill. Millheim, Pa. Las Vegas, Nev. Sarasota, Fla. Baton Rouge, La. Salt Lake City, Utah Milwaukee, Wisc. Pittsburgh, Pa. Plymouth, Minn. Vermillion, SD Minneapolis, Minn. Kansas City, Mo. Charlottesville, Va. Cincinnati, Ohio Eugene, Ore. Decatur, Ill. Jackson, Miss. Anaheim, Calif. Evanston, Wy. Los Angeles, Calif. Ladson, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Bedford, Ohio Chino, Calif. Columbia, S.C. Mt. Olive, Miss. Dallas, Texas Fresno, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Gadsden, Alabama Creighton, NM

How Acq FA-'07 FA'10 UFA(SF)-'09 UFA(DEN)-'11 UFA(TEN)-'08 D1-'10 FA-'11 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(SEA)-'08 UFA(NYG)-'09 D7A-'08 FA-'10 FA-'09 UFA(ATL)-'11 UFA(CAR)-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'09 T(MIN)-'06 FA-'11 T(DET)-'07 UFA(MIA)-'11 FA-'11 D5A-'10 D7C-'10 D1-’04 D7A-'10 RFA(MIA)-'07 W(NYG)-'10 D2-'11 D4A-'08 D2-'09 UFA(MIN)-'11 FA-'11 T (DEN)-'11 D1-'08 FA-'11 UFA(PHI)-'11 FA-'10 UFA(ATL)-'11 D3-'11 UFA(GB)-'11 FA-'11 D1-'11 UFA(NYG)-'10 D2-'10 D4-'11 D4-'09 D6B-'10 D1-'09 FA-'11 FA-'10 UFA(TB)-'11 FA-'11

Oklahoma

Arlington, Texas

T(BAL)-'10

3 7 2 3 2 2

Texas Tech Howard Central Oklahoma Iowa Oklahoma South Florida

The Woodlands, Texas Detroit, Mich. Lawton, Okla. Youngstown, Ohio DeSoto, Tex. Elizabeth, NJ

FA-'09 D2-’05 FA-'10 D3-'09 FA-'11 D3-10

R R R R R R 1 2

Texas-El Paso Missouri Cincinnati S. Mississippi SE Louisiana Connecticut Southern Mississippi Arizona

Ft. Worth, Tex. Longwood, Mo. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Oakland City, Calif. New Orleans, La. Brookfield, CT Daphne, Ala. Los Angeles, Calif.

FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'11

RAMS NUMERICAL ROSTER Ht

Wt

Birth Date

3 Josh Brown K 4 A.J. Feeley QB 5 Donnie Jones P 8 Sam Bradford QB 11 Brandon Gibson WR 12 Tom Brandstater QB 15 Dominique Curry WR 18 Austin Pettis WR 20 Darian Stewart S 21 Justin King CB 25 Marquis Johnson CB 26 Rod Hood CB 27 Quintin Mikell S 31 Al Harris CB 33 Cadillac Williams RB 34 Jerious Norwood RB 35 Quinn Porter RB 37 James Butler S 38 Josh Gordy CB 39 Steven Jackson RB 43 Craig Dahl S 44 Jake McQuaide LS TE 47 Billy Bajema FB 49 Brit Miller 50 Bryan Kehl LB 51 Brady Poppinga LB 55 James Laurinaitis LB 56 Josh Hull LB 57 Chris Chamberlain LB 59 Ben Leber LB 60 Jason Brown C 62 Harvey Dahl G 63 Jacob Bell G 64 Tony Wragge C 71 Gary Gibson DT 73 Adam Goldberg G 76 Rodger Saffold T 77 Jason Smith T 79 Mark LeVoir T 81 Stephen Spach TE 83 Brandon Lloyd WR 84 Danario Alexander WR 86 Michael Hoomanawanui TE 87 Greg Salas WR 88 Lance Kendricks TE 91 Chris Long DE 92 Eugene Sims DE 94 Robert Quinn DE 95 Justin Bannan DT 96 James Hall DE 97 Darell Scott DT 98 Fred Robbins DT 99 C.J. Ah You DE Physically Unable to Perform (1)

6-0 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-3 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4

202 216 220 224 205 222 223 207 214 197 203 201 204 194 218 205 205 218 195 240 212 247 259 253 244 252 250 245 238 245 320 308 304 310 312 305 314 308 310 260 188 217 263 209 247 270 265 264 312 265 317 322 265

4/29/79 5/15/77 7/5/80 11/8/87 8/13/87 10/21/84 8/16/87 5/7/88 8/4/88 5/11/87 5/18/88 10/3/81 9/16/80 12/7/74 4/21/1982 7/29/1983 2/2/1986 9/7/82 2/9/1987 7/22/83 6/17/85 12/7/87 10/31/82 9/15/86 6/16/84 9/21/1979 12/3/86 5/21/87 9/30/85 12/7/78 5/5/83 6/24/1981 3/2/81 8/14/1979 5/5/82 8/12/80 6/6/88 4/30/86 7/29/82 7/18/82 7/5/81 8/7/88 7/4/88 8/25/88 1/30/88 3/28/85 3/18/86 5/18/90 4/18/79 2/4/77 3/15/86 3/26/77 7/7/82

32 34 31 23 24 26 24 23 23 24 23 29 31 36 29 28 25 29 24 28 26 23 29 25 27 31 24 24 26 32 28 30 30 32 29 31 23 25 29 29 30 23 23 23 23 26 25 21 32 34 25 34 29

9 11 8 2 3 2 2 R 2 4 2 9 9 14 6 6 1 7 1 8 5 R 7 2 4 7 3 2 4 10 7 5 8 7 6 8 2 3 5 6 9 2 2 R R 4 2 R 10 12 3 12 3

89 Clayton, Mark Injured/Reserve (6)

WR

5-10

190

7/2/82

29

16 Danny Amendola 22 Brian Jackson 23 Jerome Murphy 24 Ron Bartell 32 Bradley Fletcher 93 Jermelle Cudjo Practice Squad (8) 19 Kris Adams 30 Nate Ness 41 Ben Guidugli 58 Scott Lutrus 61 Tim Barnes 66 John Henderson 68 Ryan McKee 70 Kevin Hughes

WR CB CB CB CB DT

5-11 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-2

188 212 200 208 200 311

11/2/85 5/4/87 1/13/87 2/22/82 6/25/86 9/28/86

WR CB TE LB C DT T G

6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-6 6-4

195 190 248 241 300 303 308 300

9/4/1987 9/5/1986 10/22/87 4/23/88 5/14/1988 2/10/88 11/4/86 8/6/88

#

Player

Pos

NFL Age Exp College

H.S. Hometown

How Acq

Nebraska Oregon Louisiana State Oklahoma Washington State Fresno State Cal (PA) Boise State South Carolina Penn State Alabama Auburn Boise State Texas A&M (Kingsville) Auburn Mississippi State Stillman Georgia Tech Central Michigan Oregon State North Dakota State Ohio State Oklahoma State Illinois Bringham Young Brigham Young Ohio State Penn State Tulsa Kansas State North Carolina Nevada-Reno Miami (Ohio) New Mexico State Rutgers Wyoming Indiana Baylor Notre Dame Fresno State Illinois Missouri Illinois Hawaii Wisconsin Virginia West Texas A&M North Carolina Colorado Michigan Clemson Wake Forest Oklahoma

Foyil, Okla. Caldwell, Id Baton Rouge, La. Oklahoma City, Okla. Puyallup, Wash. Turlock, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Anaheim, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Pittsburgh, Pa. Sarasota, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Eugene, Ore. Pompano Beach, Fla Gadsden, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Los Angeles, Calif. Bainbridge, Ga. Warthan, Ga. Las Vegas, Nev. Mankato, Minn. Cincinnati, Ohio Oklahoma City, Okla. Decatur, Ill. Salt Lake City, Utah Evanston, Wy. Plymouth, Minn. Millheim, Pa. Bethany, Okla. Vermillion, SD Henderson, N.C. Fallon, NV Cleveland, Ohio Creighton, NM Lafayette, N.Y. Edina, Minn. Bedford, Ohio Dallas, Texas Minneapolis, Minn. Fresno, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Marlin, Texas Bloomington, Ill. Chino, Calif. Milwaukee, Wisc. Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Olive, Miss. Ladson, S.C. Sacramento, Calif. New Orleans, La. Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Highland, Utah

UFA(SEA)-'08 UFA(CAR)-'10 RFA(MIA)-'07 D1-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'11 FA-'10 D3-'11 FA-'10 D4A-'08 D7A-'10 FA-'11 UFA(PHI)-'11 UFA(MIA)-'11 UFA(TB)-'11 UFA(ATL)-'11 FA-'11 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'11 D1-’04 FA-'09 FA-'11 UFA(SF)-'09 FA-'10 W(NYG)-'10 UFA(GB)-'11 D2-'09 D7C-'10 D7A-'08 UFA(MIN)-'11 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(ATL)-'11 UFA(TEN)-'08 FA-'11 FA-'09 T(MIN)-'06 D2-'10 D1-'09 FA-'11 FA-'11 T(DEN)-'11 FA'10 D5A-'10 D4-'11 D2-'11 D1-'08 D6B-'10 D1-'11 UFA(DEN-'11 T(DET)-'07 D4-'09 UFA(NYG)-'10 FA-'07

7

Oklahoma

Arlington, Texas

T(BAL)-'10

26 24 23 29 25 25

3 2 2 7 3 2

Texas Tech Oklahoma South Florida Howard Iowa Central Oklahoma

The Woodlands, Texas DeSoto, Tex. Elizabeth, NJ Detroit, Mich. Youngstown, Ohio Lawton, Okla.

FA-'09 FA-'11 D3-10 D2-’05 D3-'09 FA-'10

24 25 24 23 23 23 25 23

R 2 R R R R 1 R

Texas-El Paso Arizona Cincinnati Connecticut Missouri S. Mississippi Southern Mississippi SE Louisiana

Ft. Worth, Tex. Los Angeles, Calif. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Brookfield, CT Longwood, Mo. Oakland City, Calif. Daphne, Ala. New Orleans, La.

FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'11

ST. LOUIS RAMS POSITIONAL ROSTER #

Player

Ht

Wt

Birth Date

QB QB QB

6-3 6-4 6-5

220 228 222

5/16/77 11/8/87 10/21/84

RB RB RB RB FB

5-11 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1

WR WR WR WR WR WR

Pos

11/1/2011 NFL Age Exp College

H.S. Hometown

How Acq

QUARTERBACKS (3)

4 A.J. Feeley 8 Sam Bradford 12 Tom Brandstater

34 23 26

11 2 2

Oregon Oklahoma Fresno State

Caldwell, ID Oklahoma City, Okla. Turlock, Calif.

UFA(CAR)-'10 D1-'10 FA-'11

218 4/21/1982 205 7/29/1983 205 2/2/1986 236 7/22/83 250 9/15/86

29 28 25 28 25

6 6 1 8 2

Auburn Mississippi State Stillman Oregon State Illinois

Gadsden, Alabama Jackson, Miss. Los Angeles Las Vegas, Nev. Decatur, Ill.

FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 D1-’04 FA-'10

6-0 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-1

210 224 209 188 215 210

8/13/87 8/16/87 5/7/88 7/5/81 8/7/88 8/25/88

24 24 23 30 22 22

3 2 R 9 2 R

Washington State Cal (PA) Boise State Illinois Missouri Hawaii

Puyallup, Wash. Philadelphia, Pa. Anaheim, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Marlin, Texas Chino, Calif.

T(PHI)-'09 FA-'10 D3-'11 T(DEN)-'11 FA'10 D4-'11

TE TE TE TE

6-4 6-4 6-4 6-3

259 260 265 243

10/31/82 7/18/82 7/4/88 1/30/88

29 29 23 23

7 6 2 R

Oklahoma State Fresno State Illinois Wisconsin

Oklahoma City, Okla. Fresno, Calif. Bloomington, Ill. Milwaukee, Wisc.

UFA(SF)-'09 FA-'11 D5A-'10 D2-'11

C T G C G OT T T

6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-7

328 5/5/83 305 6/24/1981 300 3/2/81 310 8/14/1979 305 8/12/80 323 6/6/88 307 4/30/86 310 7/29/82

28 30 30 32 31 23 25 29

7 5 8 7 8 2 3 5

North Carolina Nevada-Reno Miami (Ohio) New Mexico State Wyoming Indiana Baylor Notre Dame

Henderson, N.C. Fallon, NV Cleveland, Ohio Creighton, NM Edina, Minn. Bedford, Ohio Dallas, Texas Minneapolis, Minn.

UFA(BAL)-'09 FA-'11 UFA(TEN)-'08 FA-'11 FA-'11 D2-'10 D1-'09 FA-'11

DT DE DE DE DT DE DT DT DE

6-3 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4

312 276 250 265 312 281 315 325 270

29 26 25 21 32 34 25 34 29

6 4 2 R 10 12 3 12 3

Rutgers Virginia West Texas A&M North Carolina Colorado Michigan Clemson Wake Forest Oklahoma

Lafayette, N.Y. Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Olive, Miss. Ladson, S.C. Sacramento, Calif. New Orleans, La. Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Highland, Utah

FA-'11 D1-'08 D6B-'10 D1-'11 FA-'11 T(DET)-'07 D4-'09 UFA(NYG)-'10 FA-'07

LB LB LB LB LB LB LB

6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3

237 6/16/84 252 9/21/1979 223 7/6/89 247 12/3/86 239 5/21/87 230 9/30/85 245 12/7/78

27 31 22 24 24 26 32

4 7 R 3 2 4 10

Bringham Young Brigham Young Stephen F. Austin Ohio State Penn State Tulsa Kansas State

Salt Lake City, Utah Evanston, Wy. Garrison, Texas Plymouth, Minn. Millheim, Pa. Bethany, Okla. Vermillion, SD

FA'10 FA-'11 D7B-'11 D2-'09 D7C-'10 D7A-'08 FA-'11

S CB DB CB DB CB CB S S

5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1

215 188 203 201 204 190 195 209 209

8/4/88 5/11/87 5/18/88 10/3/81 9/16/80 12/7/74 2/9/1987 9/7/82 6/17/85

23 24 23 29 30 36 24 29 26

2 4 2 9 9 14 1 7 5

South Carolina Penn State Alabama Auburn Boise State Texas A&M (Kingsville) Central Michigan Georgia Tech North Dakota State

Huntsville, Ala. Pittsburgh, Pa. Sarasota, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Eugene, OR Pompano Beach, Fla Warthan, Ga. Bainbridge, Ga. Mankato, Minn.

FA-'10 D4A-'08 D7A-'10 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'09

K P LS

6-0 6-3 6-2

205 225 219

4/29/79 7/5/80 12/7/87

32 31 23

9 8 R

Nebraska Louisiana State Ohio State

Foyil, Okla. Baton Rouge, La. Cincinnati, Ohio

UFA(SEA)-'08 RFA(MIA)-'07 FA-'11

RUNNING BACKS (5)

33 34 35 39 49

Cadillac Williams Jerious Norwood Quinn Porter Steven Jackson Brit Miller

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)

11 15 18 83 84 87

Brandon Gibson Dominique Curry Austin Pettis Brandon Lloyd Danario Alexander Greg Salas

TIGHT ENDS (4)

47 81 86 88

Billy Bajema Stephen Spach Michael Hoomanawanui Lance Kendricks

OFFENSIVE LINE (7)

60 62 63 64 73 76 77 79

Jason Brown Harvey Dahl Jacob Bell Tony Wragge Adam Goldberg Rodger Saffold Jason Smith Mark LeVoir

DEFENSIVE LINE (9)

71 91 92 94 95 96 97 98 99

Gary Gibson Chris Long Eugene Sims Robert Quinn Justin Bannan James Hall Darell Scott Fred Robbins C.J. Ah You

5/5/82 3/28/85 3/18/86 5/18/90 4/18/79 2/4/77 3/15/86 3/26/77 7/7/82

LINEBACKERS (7)

50 51 52 55 56 57 59

Bryan Kehl Brady Poppinga Jabara Williams James Laurinaitis Josh Hull Chris Chamberlain Ben Leber

SECONDARY (9)

20 21 25 26 27 31 38 37 43

Darian Stewart Justin King Marquis Johnson Rod Hood Quintin Mikell Al Harris Josh Gordy James Butler Craig Dahl

SPECIALISTS (3)

3 Josh Brown 5 Donnie Jones 44 Jacob McQuaide

2011 ST. LOUIS RAMS TRANSACTIONS Date

Name

Move

Date

Name

Move

April 28

DE Robert Quinn

selected in the first round (18th) in 2011 NFL Draft

Aug. 2

DT Arthur Thomas

Waived

April 29

TE Lance Kendricks WR Austin Pettis WR Greg Salas S Jermale Hines S Mikail Baker LB Jabara Williams S Jonathan Nelson

selected in the second round (33th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the third round (78th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the fourth round (112th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the fifth round (158th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the seventh round (216th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the seventh round (228th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the seventh round (229th) in 2011 NFL Draft

DT Daniel Muir G Karri Kuuttila LB Maurice Simpkins DB Travon Bellamy RB Jerious Norwood LB Brady Poppinga NFL League Year Begins

signed as a free agent Waived Waived Waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent

DE Damario Ambrose SS Travon Bellam G Bryant Browning WR Jalil Carter DE Kenneth Charles S John Dempsey CB Diont Dinkins G Tyler Donahue TE Ben Guidugli DT John Henderson G Kevin Hughes G Randall Hunt T Karri Kuuttila LS Jacob McQuaide TE Schuylar Oordt QB Taylor Potts CB Chris Smith FB Van Stumon DT Arthur Thomas DT Teryl White RB Eddie Wide CB Tim Atchison LB Pete Fleps C Beau Warren LB Larry Grant TE Lance Kendricks WR Austin Pettis WR Greg Salas S Jermale Hines S Mikail Baker LB Jabara Williams S Jonathan Nelson FS Quintin Mikell LB Chris Chamberlain T Renardo Foster G John Greco LB David Vobora DE C.J. Ah You WR Danny Amendola CB Marquis Johnson FB Brit Miller DE Robert Quinn DE Robert Quinn G Mark Setterstrom WR Andreww Hawkins DT Jimmy Saddler-McQueen C Beau Warren G Harvey Dahl LB Zac Diles CB Al Harris WR Mike Sims-Walker G Jacob Bell LS Clint Mower DT Justin Bannan S James Butler

Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Rescind exclusive rights Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed as a free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as an exclusive rights free agent Re-signed as an exclusive rights free agent Placed on Active/PUP Placed on Active/PUP

RB Chauncey Washington LB David Nixon DT Teryl White DT Gary Gibson G Roy Watts RB Carnell Williams G Bryant Downing G Tyler Donahue G Adam Goldberg G Quinn Ojinnaka WR Jalil Carter K Todd Carter TE Demarco Cosby CB Jeremy McGee CB Chris Smith WR Jared Jenkins WR Jared Jenkins LB David Vobora LB Ben Leber CB Tae Evans QB Taylor Potts WR Jared Jenkins RB Eddie Wide RB Chase Reynolds T Roy Watts T Cody Habben LS Chris Massey TE Schuylar Oordt WR Jared Jenkins WR Joe West LB Na'il Diggs DE Kenneth Charles S John Dempsey DB Mikail Baker DT Jermelle Cudjo DB Dionte Dinkins WR Mark Clayton CB Jerome Murphy DT Marlon Favorite DB Marquis Johnson DT Demario Ambrose CB Tae Evans LB Pete Fleps T Cody Habben G Randall Hunt CB Jeremy McGee FB Van Stumon WR Mark Clayton DB Tim Atichison WR Donnie Avery TE Demarco Cosby DT Marlon Favorite T Renardo Foster WR Mardy Gilyard DT John Henderson

waived waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived signed as a free agent waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived signed as a free agent placed on reserve/injured signed as a free agent waived signed as a free agent waived waived waived waived waived waived waived placed on reserve/injured placed on reserve/injured placed on reserve/injured signed placed on reserve/injured signed placed on reserve/PUP waived waived waived waived waived waived waived placed on reserve/PUP waived waived waived waived waived waived waived

April 30

July 27

July 28

July 29

July 30

July 31

Placed on Active/PUP released Waived Waived Waived Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Re-Signed as a free agent waived Signed as a free agent Re-signed as a free agent

Aug. 3

Aug. 4 Aug. 5

Aug. 6

Aug. 9

Aug. 10 Aug. 11 Aug. 12

Aug. 15 Aug. 16 Aug. 19 Aug. 22 Aug. 28

Aug. 29

Aug. 30

Aug. 31

Sept. 2

Sept. 3

2011 ST. LOUIS RAMS TRANSACTIONS Date

Name

Move

Sept. 3

QB Thaddeus Lewis WR Greg Mathews T Ryan McKee DB Jonathan Nelson TE Fendi Onobun RB Chase Reynolds DE George Selvie

waived waived waived waived waived waived waived

RB Keith Toston

waived

LB Zac Diles DT Daniel Muir G Quinn Ojinnaka CB Tim Atchison TE Demarco Cosby DT John Henderson T Kevin Hughes T Ryan McKee DB Jonathan Nelson RB Chase Reynolds TE Ben Guidugli C Hank Fraley TE Stephen Spach C Tony Wragge LB Scott Lutrus TE Demarco Cosby TE Ben Guidugli CB Tim Atchison CB Josh Gordy C Drew Miller RB Chase Reynolds CB Jonathan Nelson QB Tom Brandstater CB Tim Atchison RB Quinn Porter C Tim Barnes CB Ron Bartell CB Josh Gordy CB Tim Atchison RB Chase Reynolds CB Dionte Dinkins CB Tim Atchison S Jermale Hines TE Ben Guidugli CB Rod Hood TE Ben Guidugli CB Nate Ness RB Chase Reynolds WR Danny Amendola CB Bradley Fletcher CB Brian Jackson WR Nick Miller WR Brandon Lloyd WR Mike Sims-Walker WR Kris Adams CB Nate Ness WR Nick Miller QB Tom Brandstater CB Nate Ness LB Jabara Williams T Mark LeVoir CB Marquis Johnson CB Brian Jackson

waived waived waived signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad waived waived signed signed signed to the practice squad waived signed waived from practice squad signed to practice squad waived waived from practice squad waived signed to the practice squad signed signed signed to the practice squad placed on reserve/Injured list signed from the practice squad placed on reserve/Injured list signed to the practice squad waived from reserve/injured waived from reserve/injured waived waived from practice squad signed signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad waived from practice squad placed on reserve/Injured list placed on reserve/Injured list signed signed acquired via trade with Denver released signed to the practice squad waived from practice squad waived signed from the practice squad to the active roster signed to the practice squad waived signed activated from Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform placed on reserve/Injured list

Sept. 4

Sept. 5

Sept. 6

Sept. 13

Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept. 26 Sept. 27

Sept. 29 Oct. 7 Oct. 10

Oct. 17 Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 26. Oct. 29

Date

Name

Move

2011 ST. LOUIS RAMS PARTICIPATION CHART 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 2011 9/11 9/19 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/12 12/18 # Player GP GS D IA PHI @NYG BAL WAS @GB @DAL NOS @ARZ @CLE SEA ARZ SF SEA CIN 99 Ah You, C.J. 2 0 0 5 X IA IA IA IA IA X 84 Alexander, Danario 5 1 0 2 IA X X X X WR IA 16 Amendola, Danny 1 1 0 3 WR IA IA IA placed on reserved/injured 10/10 36 Atchison, Tim 1 0 0 0 O X waived from reserved/injured 9/26 41 Baker, Mikail 0 0 0 0 placed on reserved/injured 8/30 47 Bajema, Billy 7 4 0 0 TE X X X TE TE TE 95 Bannan, Justin 7 7 0 0 RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT 24 Bartell, Ron 1 1 0 0 LCB placed on reserved/injured 9/14 63 Bell, Jacob 7 7 0 0 LG LG LG LG LG LG LG 8 Bradford, Sam 5 5 0 2 QB QB QB QB QB IA IA 12 Brandstater, Tom 0 0 2 0 O O O O PS DNP DNP 60 Brown, Jason 7 7 0 0 C C C C C C C 3 Brown, Josh 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 37 Butler, James 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 57 Chamberlain, Chris 7 4 0 0 SLB X X X WLB WLB WLB 89 Clayton, Mark 0 0 0 0 PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP 93 Cudjo, Jermelle 0 0 0 0 placed on reserve/injured 8/30 15 Curry, Dominique 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 43 Dahl, Craig 7 4 0 0 SS SS X SS SS X X 62 Dahl, Harvey 7 7 0 0 RG RG RG RG RG RG RG 30 Dinkins, Dionte 0 0 0 0 waived from reserved/injured 9/26 4 Feeley, A.J. 3 2 4 0 X DNP DNP DNP DNP QB QB 32 Fletcher, Bradley 4 4 0 0 RCB RCB RCB RCB placed on reserved/injured 10/10 11 Gibson, Brandon 6 6 0 1 WR WR WR WR WR IA WR 71 Gibson, Gary 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 73 Goldberg, Adam 7 1 0 0 X X X X X X RT 38 Gordy, Josh 5 1 0 0 PS PS X X X X LCB 41 Guidugli, Ben 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 96 Hall, James 7 7 0 0 RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE 31 Harris, Al 7 3 0 0 X X X X RCB RCB RCB 66 Henderson, John PS 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS 22 Hines, Jermale 0 0 0 3 IA IA IA waived 9/27 86 Hoomanawanui, Michael 6 5 0 1 IA TE TE TE X TE TE 70 Hughes, Kevin 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 56 Hull, Josh 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 22 Jackson, Brian 1 0 0 1 O O O O X IA placed on reserved/injured 10/29 39 Jackson, Steven 6 6 0 1 RB IA RB RB RB RB RB 25 Johnson, Marquis 1 0 0 0 PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP X 5 Jones, Donnie 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 50 Kehl, Bryan 7 1 0 0 X X X X X X SLB 88 Kendricks, Lance TE TE TE TE X X X 7 4 0 0 21 King, Justin LCB LCB IA 6 6 0 1 CB LCB LCB LCB 55 Laurinaitis, James MLB MLB MLB 7 7 0 0 MLB MLB MLB MLB 59 Leber, Ben X WLB WLB WLB IA IA X 5 3 0 2 79 LeVoir, Mark O O O O O O X 1 0 0 0 91 Long, Chris LDE LDE LDE 6 6 0 0 LDE LDE LDE LDE 58 Lutrus, Scott 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 68 McKee, Ryan 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 44 McQuaide, Jake 7 0 0 0 X X X X X X X 27 Mikell, Quintin 7 7 0 0 FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 49 Miller, Brit 7 1 0 0 X X X X FB X X 67 Miller, Drew 1 0 0 0 X waived 9/13 23 Murphy, Jerome 0 0 0 0 placed on reserved/injured 8/31 26 Nelson, Jonathan PS released 9/13 0 0 0 0 34 Norwood, Jerious X X X IA IA IA IA 3 0 0 4 18 Pettis, Austin IA IA X X X X X 5 0 0 2 51 Poppinga, Brady X SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB IA 6 5 0 1 35 Porter, Quinn O X IA X X X X 5 0 0 1 94 Quinn, Robert IA X X X X X X 6 0 0 1 30 Reynolds, Chase 0 0 0 0 PS O PS PS waived 10/7 98 Robbins, Fred 7 7 0 0 LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT 76 Saffold, Rodger 7 7 0 0 LT LT LT LT LT LT LT 87 Salas, Greg 5 1 0 2 X X IA IA WR X X X X X 97 Scott, Darell 6 0 0 1 X X X IA 7 0 0 0 92 Sims, Eugene X X X X X X X 10 Sims-Walker, Mike 4 3 0 1 X WR WR WR IA released 10/17 77 Smith, Jason 6 6 0 1 RT RT RT RT RT RT IA 81 Spach, Stephen 2 0 0 5 X IA IA IA IA IA X 20 Stewart, Darian 7 3 0 0 X X SS X X SS SS 33 Williams, Cadillac 6 1 1 0 X RB X DNP X X X 52 Williams, Jabara 2 0 0 4 IA IA IA IA X X waived 10/26 64 Wragge, Tony 5 0 1 1 IA X X X DNP X x (Pos) - Starter; X - Reserve; DNP - Did Not Play; IA - Inactive; 3rd - Inactive as third QB; IR - Injured Reserve; PS - Practice Squad; O - Not on Roster; U - Unsigned; E - Roster Exemption; PUP - Physically Unable to Perform; GP - Games Played; GS - Started; D - Did Not Play; IA - Inactive; SUS - Reserve/Suspended; NFI - Non Football Injury List; CEX - Reserve/Commissioners Exempt; US - Reserve/Unsigned

15 12/24 PIT

16 1/1 SF

2011 RAMS WEEKLY STARTERS/INACTIVES OFFENSE PHI 9/11 @ NYG 9/19 BAL 9/25 WAS 10/2 @ GB 10/16 @ DAL 10/23 NO 10/30 @ ARI 11/6 @ CLE 11/13 SEA 11/20 ARI 11/27 @ SF 12/4 @ SEA 12/12 CIN 12/18 @ PIT 12/24 SF 1/1

WR B. Gibson B. Gibson B. Gibson B. Gibson B. Gibson B. Lloyd B. Lloyd

LT R. Saffold R. Saffold R. Saffold R. Saffold R. Saffold R. Saffold R. Saffold

LG J. Bell J. Bell J. Bell J. Bell J. Bell J. Bell J. Bell

C J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown

RG H. Dahl H. Dahl H. Dahl H. Dahl H. Dahl H. Dahl H. Dahl

LDE C. Long C. Long C. Long C. Long C. Long C. Long C. Long

LDT F. Robbins F. Robbins F. Robbins F. Robbins F. Robbins F. Robbins F. Robbins

RDT J. Bannan J. Bannan J. Bannan J. Bannan J. Bannan J. Bannan J. Bannan

RDE J.Hall J.Hall J.Hall J.Hall J.Hall J.Hall J.Hall

SLB C. Chamberlain B. Poppinga B. Poppinga B. Poppinga B. Poppinga B. Poppinga B. Kehl

RT J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith J. Smith A. Goldberg

TE WR B. Bajema D. Amendola M. Hoomanawanui M. Sims-Walker M. Hoomanawanui M. Sims-Walke M. Hoomanawanui M. Sims-Walke B. Bajema G. Salas M. Hoomanawanui D. Alexander B. Bajema B. Gibson

QB S. Bradford S. Bradford S. Bradford S. Bradford S. Bradford A.J. Feeley A.J. Feeley

FB RB L. Kendricks (TE) S. Jackson L. Kendricks (TE) C. Williams L. Kendricks (TE) S. Jackson L. Kendricks (TE) S. Jackson B. Miller S. Jackson B. Bajema (TE) S. Jackson M. Hoomanawanui (TE) S. Jackson

DEFENSE PHI 9/11 @ NYG 9/19 BAL 9/25 WAS 10/2 @ GB 10/16 @ DAL 10/23 NO 10/30 @ ARI 11/6 @ CLE 11/13 SEA 11/20 ARI 11/27 @ SF 12/4 @ SEA 12/12 CIN 12/18 @ PIT 12/24 SF 1/1

MLB J. Laurinatitis J. Laurinatitis J. Laurinatitis J. Laurinatitis J. Laurinatitis J. Laurinatitis J. Laurinatitis

SPECIALISTS PHI 9/11 @ NYG 9/19 BAL 9/25 WAS 10/2 @ GB 10/16 @ DAL 10/23 NO 10/30 @ ARI 11/6 @ CLE 11/13 SEA 11/20 ARI 11/27 @ SF 12/4 @ SEA 12/12 CIN 12/18 @ PIT 12/24 SF 1/1

WLB J. King B. Leber B. Leber B. Leber C. Chamberlain C. Chamberlain C. Chamberlain

LCB R. Bartell J. King J. King J. King J. King J. King J. Gordy

RCB B. Fletcher B. Fletcher B. Fletcher B. Fletcher A. Harris A. Harris A. Harris

SS C. Dahl C. Dahl D. Stewart C. Dahl C. Dahl D. Stewart D. Stewart

INACTIVES

K

P

J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown J. Brown

D. Jones D. Jones D. Jones D. Jones D. Jones D. Jones D. Jones

PHI 9/11 @ NYG 9/19 BAL 9/25 WAS 10/2 @ GB 10/16 @ DAL 10/23 NOS 10/30 @ ARZ 11/6 @ CLE 11/13 SEA 11/20 ARZ 11/27 @ SF 12/4 @ SEA 12/12 CIN 12/18 @ PIT 12/24 SF 1/1

J. Hines D. Amendola D. Amendola D. Amendola M. Sims-Walker S. Bradford S. Bradford

J. Williams J. Williams J. Williams J. Williams N. Miller B. Gibson J. King

T. Wragge J. Hines J. Hines R. Hood R. Hood B. Jackson J. Norwood

A. Pettis A. Pettis G. Salas G. Salas J. Norwood J. Norwood B. Poppinga

D. Alexander M. Hoomanawanui S. Spach S. Jackson S. Spach Q. Porter S. Spach J. Noorwood B. Leber S. Spach B. Leber S. Spach J. Smith D. Alexander

R. Quinn C. Ah You C. Ah You C. Ah You C. Ah You C. Ah You D. Scott

FS Q. Mikell Q. Mikell Q. Mikell Q. Mikell Q. Mikell Q. Mikell Q. Mikell

MISCELLANEOUS STATS

PHI at NYG BAL WAS at GB at DAL NO at ARI at CLE SEA ARI at SF at SEA CIN at PIT SF TOTAL

PHI at NYG BAL WAS at GB at DAL NO at ARI at CLE SEA ARI at SF at SEA CIN at PIT SF TOTAL

2nd 3 0 0 0 3 7 17

30

2nd 3 14 6 7 21 10 0

61

1st 7 6 0 0 0 0 0

13

1st 14 7 21 7 3 7 0

59

17

0

30

42

0

SCORING SUMMARY 3rd 4th OT 7 7 0 7 0 0 3 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 14 0 7 14 0

27

SCORING SUMMARY 3rd 4th OT 3 0 0 10 0 0 7 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 0

192

TOTAL 31 28 37 17 24 34 21

87

TOTAL 13 16 7 10 3 7 31

153

T 27 22 25 16 20 24 19

122

T 21 14 17 14 22 13 21

78

57

83

FIRST DOWNS R PA 12 11 9 9 6 17 8 8 7 12 12 10 3 16

34

FIRST DOWNS R PA 6 11 1 13 4 12 1 11 9 13 4 8 9 10

13

PE 4 4 2 0 1 2 0

10

PE 4 0 1 2 0 1 2

1410

27

R 237 119 168 196 96 294 56

P 187 181 385 143 303 151 227

180

Yds 28 23 34 37 22 1 35

17

107

Sacks No Yds 3 20 3 19 2 4 0 0 1 7 2 15 6 42

TOTAL OFFENSE

748

2743 1166 1577

Yds 424 300 553 339 399 445 283

2158

Yds 363 367 244 172 424 265 323

TOTAL OFFENSE SACKS R P No 154 209 5 59 308 2 112 132 5 45 127 7 125 299 3 70 195 1 183 140 4

234

Att 32 29 48 29 28 24 44

270

Att 35 46 32 43 44 33 37

135

PASSING Cmp 14 18 27 15 17 14 30

144

PASSING Cmp 18 22 16 20 28 20 20

41

I 41 31 0 2 1 34 2

68

I 31 68 1 0 1 34 0

3

No 0 0 1 0 1 1 0

6

No 0 1 0 2 1 0 2

51

1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

44

No 4 7 8 8 5 5 7

1911

PUNTS Yds 169 313 372 360 162 237 298

3

0

INTERCEPTIONS BY OPP. Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0

0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

33

No 3 7 2 7 5 3 6

1490

PUNTS Yds 109 322 89 321 222 145 282

OPPONENTS

90

INTERCEPTIONS BY RAMS Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 66 51 -3 -3 0 0 27 27

ST. LOUIS RAMS

45.2

Avg 36.3 46.0 44.5 45.9 44.4 48.3 47.0

43.4

Avg 42.3 44.7 46.5 45.0 32.4 47.4 42.6

17

No 0 3 6 4 0 1 3

10

No 1 2 0 4 2 1 0

8

39

101

11

29

PUNT RETURNS Yds FC LG 0 1 0 17 2 7 55 1 29 3 1 5 0 2 0 7 2 7 19 2 15

95

PUNT RETURNS Yds FC LG 0 0 0 29 3 29 0 1 0 1 1 1 56 1 39 9 0 9 0 2 0

2011 TEAM STATISTICS

0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15

No 2 2 2 2 2 0 5

20

No 5 4 2 2 2 5 0

32

330

37

KO RETURNS Yds Lg 36 18 51 27 60 37 35 20 27 16 0 0 121 36

442

KO RETURNS Yds Lg 115 29 90 32 51 31 32 19 40 26 114 29 0 0

0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

352

PEN. Yds 91 55 32 96 16 30 32

42

No 8 5 5 10 3 6 5

452

PEN. Yds 60 85 117 65 45 16 64

54

No 9 8 8 9 7 4 9

7

8

3

FUMBLES No Lost 1 1 0 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

17

FUMBLES No Lost 2 1 4 2 2 1 3 1 2 0 2 1 2 1

24

TDs 4 4 4 2 3 4 3

9

TDs 1 1 1 1 0 1 4

6

R 1 1 0 1 0 2 1

4

R 1 0 0 0 0 1 2

14

P 2 2 3 1 3 2 1

4

P 0 1 1 1 0 0 1

4

RT 1 1 1 0 0 0 1

9

24

24

PAT Made Att 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3

9

SCORING

1

PAT Made Att 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 4 4

SCORING RT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

8

FG Made 1 0 3 1 1 2 0

8

FG Made 2 3 0 1 1 0 1

11

Att 1 0 5 1 1 2 1

10

Att 3 3 0 1 2 0 1

BALL POSSESSION AND DRIVE CHART St. Louis Rams vs. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (9/11/11) St. Louis Rams (29:46) - Average SL 26 NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

BEGIN PHI 47 SL 18 SL 24 SL 27 SL 21 SL 14 SL 20 SL 29 SL 20 SL 33

TIME 0:08 4:12 2:54 3:57 1:30 0:05 5:46 4:32 3:30 2:42 0:30

PLAYS YDS 1 47 9 33 6 33 11 37 3 9 0 0 11 42 10 38 8 31 7 59 3 6

PEN 0 5 0 5 0 0 15 36 0 -15 0

NET 47 38 33 42 9 0 57 74 31 44 6

LAST PHI 47 PHI 29 PHI 43 PHI 31 SL 30 PHI 29 PHI 6 PHI 40 PHI 36 SL 39

Philadelphia Eagles (30:14) - Average PHI 23 RESULT Touchdown Fumble Punt Field Goal Punt End of Half Missed FG Field Goal Punt Downs Punt

BEGIN PHI 12 PHI 20 PHI 20 PHI 13 PHI 35 PHI 37 PHI 20 PHI 15 PHI 36 PHI 20

TIME 3:38 3:01 2:04 4:56 3:35 3:33 1:53 2:00 3:49 1:45

PLAYS YDS 6 8 8 70 5 16 10 66 14 54 7 63 4 13 5 85 6 31 2 -2

PEN -5 10 0 0 -5 0 5 0 0 -5

NET 3 80 16 66 49 63 18 85 31 -7

LAST RESULT PHI 15 Punt SL 7 Touchdown PHI 36 Punt SL 12 Fumble SL 16 Field Goal SL 6 Touchdown PHI 38 Punt SL 49 Touchdown SL 33 Downs PHI 14 End of Game

St. Louis Rams at NEW YORK GIANTS (9/19/11) St. Louis Rams (25:48) - Average SL 25

New York Giants (34:12) - Average NYG 28

NO BEGIN TIME 1. SL 14 3:19 2. SL 26 2:26 3. SL 35 1:47 4. SL 24 2:22 5. SL 7 1:07 6. SL 20 1:58 7. NYG 48 1:22 8. SL 20 0:21 9. SL 31 3:11 10. SL 28 5:01 11. SL 13 1:24 12. SL 20 0:56 13. SL 33 0:34

BEGIN TIME NYG 20 2:27 NYG 21 1:10 SL 38 2:17 NYG 20 1:34 NYG 24 1:40 NYG 42 1:24 NYG 35 2:09 NYG 14 2:37 NYG 19 5:30 NYG 20 3:46 NYG 29 3:48 NYG 25 4:16 NYG 30 1:34

PLAYS YDS 9 89 10 67 3 9 6 41 3 1 5 10 3 7 1 -2 8 60 13 72 3 7 3 4 3 -8

PEN -5 0 0 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0 0 0 -10

NET 84 67 9 41 1 10 2 -2 60 72 7 4 -18

LAST RESULT NYG 2 Field Goal NYG 7 Field Goal SL 44 Punt NYG 25 Fumble SL 8 Punt SL 30 Punt NYG 46 Punt SL 20 End of Half NYG 9 Field Goal NYG 19 Touchdown SL 20 Punt SL 24 Punt SL 15 Punt

PLAYS YDS 6 43 3 0 5 15 3 7 3 3 3 2 3 6 8 91 10 44 8 32 6 18 9 42 3 -3

PEN 0 0 23 0 0 -5 0 -5 37 0 0 0 0

NET 43 0 38 7 3 -3 6 86 81 3 18 42 -3

LAST RESULT SL 37 Interception NYG 21 Punt SL 3 Touchdown NYG 27 Punt NYG 27 Punt NYG 39 Punt NYG 41 Punt SL 22 Touchdown SL 9 Touchdown SL 48 Punt NYG 47 Punt SL 31 Downs NYG 28 End of Game

St. Louis Rams vs. BALTIMORE RAVENS (9/25/11) St. Louis Rams (28:49) - Average SL 23

Baltimore Ravens (31:11) - Average BLT 31

NO BEGIN 1. SL 20 2. SL 24 3. SL 41 4. SL 20 5. SL 20 6. SL 41 7. SL 15 8. SL 20 9. SL 9 10. SL 20 11. SL 22 12. SL 20

BEGIN BLT 22 SL 44 BLT 20 BLT 45 BLT 34 BLT 3 BLT 38 BLT 28 BLT 14 BLT 22 SL 31 BLT 23

TIME 2:10 1:19 2:00 0:39 1:32 5:16 1:00 5:15 6:00 1:12 0:38 1:48

PLAYS YDS 4 20 3 8 4 20 3 -4 3 -9 12 42 3 4 9 95 12 43 5 11 2 6 3 8

PEN 0 0 0 0 0 -9 0 -15 -15 0 0 0

NET 20 8 20 -4 -9 33 4 80 28 11 6 8

LAST RESULT SL 40 Punt SL 32 Punt BLT 39 Punt SL 16 Punt SL 11 Punt BLT 26 Interception SL 19 Punt BLT 34 Touchdown SL 37 Punt SL 35 Downs SL 37 Fumble SL 28 Punt

TIME 0:30 2:12 3:11 1:11 3:45 3:10 2:05 4:31 2:52 1:54 2:40 3:10

PLAYS YDS 2 78 6 21 7 75 3 55 11 44 9 84 10 49 12 52 5 37 6 29 5 23 5 6

PEN 0 -10 5 0 -10 10 0 0 0 0 0 31

NET 78 11 80 55 34 94 49 52 37 29 23 37

LAST RESULT BLT 26 Touchdown SL 33 Missed FG SL 41 Touchdown SL 18 Touchdownl SL 32 Missed FG SL 3 Field Goal SL 13 Field Goal SL 20 Field Goal SL 49 Punt SL 49 Punt SL 6 Fumble SL 39 End of Game

BALL POSSESSION AND DRIVE CHART St. Louis Rams vs. WASHINGTON REDSKINS (10/2/11) St. Louis Rams (24:50) - Average SL 33

Washington Redskins (35:10) - Average WAS 28

NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

BEGIN TIME WAS 42 2:13 WAS 31 5:34 WAS 10 1:04 WAS 26 2:53 SL 44 1:25 WAS 20 1:05 WAS 18 3:52 WAS 26 4:37 WAS 40 7:17 WAS 14 1:37 WAS 20 0:15 WAS 2 1:07 SL 38 2:11

BEGIN TIME SL 20 3:11 SL 11 0:56 SL 15 3:20 SL 29 0:57 WAS 44 2:45 SL 11 4:03 SL 18 0:34 SL 20 0:26 SL 27 1:14 WAS 31 2:25 SL 40 2:47 WAS 19 1:03 SL 28 1:09

PLAYS YDS 5 11 3 5 7 45 3 3 7 6 8 34 2 -1 3 0 3 -4 7 22 10 55 3 -15 7 11

PEN -5 0 0 0 -15 -10 0 0 -5 -5 5 -5 0

NET 6 5 45 3 -9 24 -1 0 -9 17 60 -20 11

LAST RESULT SL 26 Punt SL 16 Punt WAS 40 Punt SL 32 Punt WAS 43 Fumble SL 35 Punt SL 16 End Of Half SL 20 Punt SL 18 Punt WAS 14 Field Goal WAS 15 Touchdown WAS 39 Punt SL 39 Downs

PLAYS YDS 4 19 11 69 3 5 6 13 3 44 3 9 8 62 8 33 12 54 3 7 1 0 3 7 5 9

PEN -5 0 0 -11 0 0 0 -5 -20 0 0 0 0

NET 14 69 5 2 44 9 62 28 34 7 0 7 9

LAST RESULT SL 44 Punt SL 6 Touchdown WAS 15 Punt WAS 28 Punt SL 20 Touchdown WAS 29 Punt SL 20 Field Goal SL 46 Punt SL 26 Interception WAS 21 Punt WAS 20 Interception WAS 9 Punt SL 28 End Of Game

St. Louis Rams vs. GREEN BAY PACKERS (10/16/11) St. Louis Rams (30:41) - Average SL 27 NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

BEGIN SL 20 SL 20 SL 17 SL 20 SL 19 SL 20 SL 24 SL 20 SL 21 GB 37 SL 49

TIME 3:50 1:14 3:33 4:29 2:37 1:48 2:22 4:07 2:13 2:59 1:29

PLAYS YDS 7 66 3 9 8 42 7 26 5 17 10 62 6 32 10 70 6 43 6 27 6 15

PEN -15 -10 0 5 0 0 0 0 -5 -5 -5

NET 51 -1 42 31 17 62 32 70 38 22 10

LAST GB 29 SL 19 GB 41 GB 49 SL 36 GB 18 GB 44 GB 10 GB 41 GB 15 GB 34

Green Bay Packers (29:19) - Average GB 25 RESULT Missed FG Punt Downs Punt Punt Field Goal Punt Interception Punt Downs Downs

BEGIN GB 37 SL 49 GB 41 GB 7 GB 33 GB 7 GB 14 GB 20 GB 12 GB 15 GB 42

TIME 4:17 1:48 1:25 0:13 4:43 0:03 2:26 3:54 2:37 2:12 1:33 4:08

PLAYS YDS 9 49 3 8 5 59 1 93 11 62 3 0 6 37 6 34 5 14 4 18 3 5 9 20

PEN 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0

NET 49 8 59 93 67 0 37 34 9 18 5 20

LAST RESULT SL 14 Field Goal SL 41 Punt SL 35 Touchdown GB 7 Touchdown SL 7 Touchdown End of Half GB 44 Punt GB 48 Punt GB 29 Punt GB 30 Punt GB 20 Interception SL 37 End Of Game

St. Louis Rams vs. DALLAS COWBOYS (10/23/11) St. Louis Rams (26:04) - Average SL 25

Dallas Cowboys (33:56) - Average DAL 26

NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

BEGIN DAL 2 DAL 20 DAL 38 DAL 20 SL 30 DAL 20 DAL 12 DAL 14 DAL 22 SL 34 DAL 6

BEGIN SL 24 SL 20 SL 36 SL 15 SL 13 SL 23 DAL 44 SL 40 SL 3 SL 13 SL 35

TIME 3:19 5:22 2:11 4:27 1:30 0:15 0:59 2:01 1:33 1:58 2:29

PLAYS YDS 6 15 7 32 4 22 8 80 3 2 1 -1 3 0 3 1 5 30 5 26 10 58

PEN 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 -1 0 1

NET 15 32 27 85 2 -1 0 1 29 26 59

LAST RESULT SL 39 Punt DAL 48 Punt 50 Fumble DAL 6 Touchdown SL 15 Interception SL 23 End of Half DAL 44 Punt SL 41 Punt SL 32 Punt SL 40 Downs DAL 1 Downs

TIME 2:08 1:21 3:14 2:54 3:19 1:39 6:50 3:05 4:31 3:17 1:38

PLAYS YDS 3 102 3 8 7 62 5 16 8 18 3 26 13 50 6 34 6 83 5 34 3 12

PEN -4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 -5 0 0

NET 98 8 62 16 18 26 55 34 78 34 12

LAST RESULT DAL 9 Touchdown DAL 28 Punt SL 1 Touchdown DAL 36 Punt SL 12 Field Goal DAL 45 Fumble SL 33 Field Goal DAL 48 Punt SL 6 Touchdown SL 20 Touchdown DAL 19 End of Game

BALL POSSESSION AND DRIVE CHART St. Louis Rams vs. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (10/3011) St. Louis Rams (31:23) - Average SL 31 NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

BEGIN SL 20 SL 20 SL 39 SL 12 SL 8 NO 15 NO 38 SL 27 SL 6 SL 20 SL 20 SL25 NO 45

TIME 2:18 0:56 3:20 5:41 2:27 0:26 0:41 5:44 1:37 1:36 3:32 3:04 0:06

PLAYS YDS 7 26 3 -4 6 15 14 68 5 21 2 15 7 36 11 73 3 -3 3 4 5 45 6 28 1 -1

PEN 0 0 0 0 -9 0 2 0 -3 0 -25 0 0

NET 26 -4 15 68 12 15 38 73 -6 4 20 28 -1

LAST SL 46 SL 16 NO 46 NO 20 SL 20 NO 3 NO 8 NO 3 SL 10 SL 24 SL 40 NO 47 NO 45

New Orleans Saints (28:37) - Average NO 23 RESULT Punt Punt Punt Field Goal Punt Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Fumble Punt Punt Punt

End of Game

BEGIN NO 15 NO 42 NO 16 NO 23 NO 25 NO 12 NO 28 NO 15 NO 17 NO 32 NO 33 NO 20 NO 20

TIME 2:51 3:47 2:40 4:00 0:29 0:12 0:17 3:16 3:02 4:45 0:23 0:10 2:45

PLAYS YDS 7 28 7 27 5 10 7 25 4 5 1 0 1 -1 5 17 5 19 10 73 3 0 1 0 15 80

PEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -5 0 -5 0 0 0

NET 28 27 10 25 5 0 -1 12 19 68 0 0 80

LAST NO 43 SL 31 NO 26 NO 48 NO 30 NO 12 NO 28 NO 27 NO 36 SL 3 NO 33 NO 20 SL 8

RESULT Punt Missed FG Punt Punt Blocked Punt Interception End of Half Punt Punt Touchdown Punt Interception Touchdown

2011 ST. LOUIS RAMS SCORING DRIVES Opponent vs. Philadelphia vs. Philadelphia vs. Philadelphia @ N.Y. Giants @ N.Y. Giants @ N.Y. Giants @ N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore vs. Washington vs. Washington @ Green Bay @ Dallas vs. New Orleans vs. New Orleans vs. New Orleans vs. New Orleans vs. New Orleans

Qtr 1 2 3 1 1 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 3 4

Time Rem. 11:14 10.06 1:09 9:14 3:21 11:49 1:18 5:14 10:09 5:45 0:03 7:58 8:32 1:10 0:17 6:00 2:51

Plays 1 11 10 9 10 8 13 9 7 10 10 8 14 2 7 11 0

Net Yards 47 42 74 84 67 60 72 80 17 60 62 85 68 15 38 73 0

Poss. 0:08 3:57 4:32 3:19 2:26 3:11 5:01 5:15 2:25 2:47 1:48 4:27 5:41 0:26 0:41 5:44 0:00

How Acquired Punt Punt Kickoff Interception Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Interception Punt Kickoff Kickoff Punt Blocked Punt Interception Punt Interception

Scoring Play S. Jackson 47yd. touchdown run Josh Brown 23 yd. Field Goal Josh Brown 23 yd. Field Goal Josh Brown 21 yd. Field Goal Josh Brown 25 yd. Field Goal Josh Brown 27 yd. Field Goal D. Alexander 19 yd. touchdown catch B. Gibson 34 yd. touchdown catch Josh Brown 32 yd. Field Goal S. Jackson 15 yd. touchdown catch Josh Brown 36 yd. Field Goal S. Jackson 6 yd. touchdown run Josh Brown 38 yd. Field Goal S. Jackson 3 yd. touchdown run B. Lloyd 8 yd. touchdown catch S. Jackson 3 yd. touchdown run D. Stewart 27 yd. TD interception

RAMS KICKOFF ANALYSIS Opponent No. vs. Philadelphia 4 at. NY Giants 5 vs. Baltimore 2 vs. Washington 3 at. Green Bay 2 at. Dallas 2 vs. New Orleans 6 at. Arizona at. Cleveland vs.Seattle vs. Arizona at. San Fransisco at. Seattle vs. Cincinnati at. Pittsburgh vs.San Fransisco TOTAL

18

No. in EZ 4 3 0 1 0 2 6 10

TB 2 3 0 1 0 2 1 8

Opp. Ret. 2 2 2 2 2 0 5 10

Ret. Yds. 36 51 51 35 27 0 121 -

Ret. Avg. 18.0 25.5 25.5 17.5 13.5 0 24.2 -

Squib 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

Out of Bounds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

Onside Rec/Att 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 -

200

20.0

0

0

0/0

2011 RAMS WEEKLY TEAM RANKINGS NFC RANKINGS

NFL RANKINGS OFFENSE Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8

DEFENSE

OFFENSE Overall

Overall

Rush

Pass

Overall

Rush

Pass

14/325.0 18/351.0 21/315.3 27/279.5 25/308.4 28/301.2 28/304.3

24/85.0 14/106.5 12/108 22/92.5 23/99.0 26/93.0 25/105.9

10/240.0 14t/244.5 23/207 26/187 25/209.4 23/208.2 26/198.4

27/378.0 20/351.5 31/426.3 26/404.5 30/403.4 29/410.3 30/392.1

19/112.0 32/177.5 32/174.3 32/179.8 32/163.0 32/183.8 32/165.6

26/266.0 4t/177.5 19/252 13/224.8 15/240.4 13/226.5 15/226.6

15/335.0 10/351 11/315.3 14/279.5 14/308.4 15/301.2 15/304.3

Rush

Pass

7/154.0 7/106.5 5/108.3 11/92.5 11/99.0 13/93.0 9/105.9

20/181.0 8t/244.5 13/207 13/187 13/209.4 13/208.2 14/198.4

DEFENSE Overall 24/404.0 9/351.5 16/426.3 14/404.5 16/403.4 16/410.3 16/392.1

Rush

Pass

28/237.0 16/177.5 16/174.3 16/179.8 16/163.0 16/183.8 16/165.6

7/167.0 1/174 8/252 5/224.8 6/240.4 5/226.5 7/226.6

2011 TURNOVER BREAKDOWN OPPONENT PHI @NYG BAL WAS @GB @DAL NOS @ARZ @CLE SEA ARZ @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS

RAMS OPPONENTS

TAKEAWAYS FUMBLES INT TOTAL 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

6

9

TAKEAWAYS FUMBLES INT TOTAL 3 6 9 7 3 10

GIVEAWAYS FUMBLES INT TOTAL 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

3

TDS 2 5

FGs 1 2

10

MARGIN 0 -1 -1 +1 0 -1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RESULT L, 31-13 L, 28-16 L, 37-7 L, 17-10 L, 24-3 L, 34-7 W, 31-21 -

-1

POINTS OFF TAKEWAYS TOTAL SCORE % 3 33.3% 7 70%

POINTS 17 41

2011 TEAM HIGH & LOWS Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore

FEWEST POINTS Rams: 3 Opponents: 17

MOST POINTS IN A HALF Rams: 17 Opponents: 27

Week 2 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore

FEWEST POINTS IN A HALF Rams: 0t Opponents: 0t

(last)Week 7 @ Dallas (last)Week 8 vs. New Orleans

MOST FIRST DOWNS Rams: 22 Opponents: 27

Week 6 @ Green bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS Rams: 13 Opponents: 16

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPS Rams: 31 Opponents: 40

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 4 vs. Washington

FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPS Rams: 17 Opponents: 20

Week 4 vs. Washington Week 8 vs. New Orleans

MOST RUSHING YARDS Rams: 183 Opponents: 294

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 7 @ Dallas

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS Rams: 45 Opponents: 56

Week 4 vs. Washington Week 8 vs. New Orleans

MOST PASSING ATTEMPS Rams: 46 Opponents: 48

Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 3 vs. Baltimore

FEWEST PASSING ATTEMPS Rams: 32 Opponents: 24

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 7 @ Dallas

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS Rams: 28 Opponents: 30

Week 5 @ Green Bay Week 8 vs. New Orleans

FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS Rams: 16 Opponents: 14t

Week 3 vs. Baltimore (last)Week 7 @ Dallas

MOST PASSING YARDS Rams: 321 Opponents: 389

Week 5 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore

FEWEST PASSING YARDS Rams: 164 Opponents: 143

Week 4 vs. Washington Week 4 vs. Washington

MOST TOTAL PLAYS Rams: 72t Opponents: 76

(last)Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore

FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS Rams: 55 Opponents: 60

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 7 @ Dallas

MOST TOTAL NET YARDS Rams: 424 Opponents: 553

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore

FEWEST TOTAL NET YARDS Rams: 172 Opponents: 283

Week 4 vs. Washington Week 8 vs. New Orleans

MOST TIME OF POSSESSION Rams: 31:23 Opponents: 35:10

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 4 vs. Washington

FEWEST TIME OF POSSESSION Rams: 24.50 Week 4 vs. Washington Opponents: 28.37 Week 8 vs. New Orleans

MOST INTERCEPTIONS Rams: 2t Opponents: 1t

(last)Week 8 vs. New Orleans (last)Week 7 @ Dallas

FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS Rams: 0t Opponents: 0t

MOST SACKS Rams: Opponents:

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 4 vs. Washington

FEWEST SACKS Rams: 0 Opponents: 1

Week 4 vs. Washington Week 7 @ Dallas

(last)Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 4 vs. Washington

FEWEST PENALTIES Rams: 4 Opponents: 3

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 6 @ Green Bay

MOST POINTS Rams: Opponents:

31 37

6 7

MOST PENALTIES Rams: 9t Opponents: 10

117 96

(last)Week 7 @ Dallas (last)Week 8 vs. New Orleans

FEWEST YARDS PENALIZED

MOST YARDS PENALIZED

Rams: Opponents:

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 4 vs. Washington

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington

Rams: Opponents:

16 16

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 6 @ Green Bay

RAMS 2011 BEST RUSHING ATTEMPS S. Jackson 25 C. Williams 19 S. Jackson 18 S. Jackson 18 C. Williams 18 S. Jackson 17 C. Williams 13 S. Jackson 4 RUSHING YARDS S. Jackson 159 S. Jackson 96 C. Williams 91 S. Jackson 56 C. Williams 75 S. Jackson 70 S. Jackson 45 C. Williams 36 YARDS PER CARRY (MIN. 10 ATT.) S. Jackson 6.4 S. Jackson 5.3 C. Williams 4.8 C. Williams 4.2 S. Jackson 3.9 C. Williams 2.8 S. Jackson 2.6 LONGEST RUSH S. Jackson S. Jackson S. Jackson C. Williams S. Bradford C. Williams S. Bradford C. Williams PASS ATTEMPTS S. Bradford S. Bradford A.J. Feeley A.J. Feeley S. Bradford S. Bradford S. Bradford A.J. Feeley PASS COMPLETIONS Sam Bradford Sam Bradford A.J. Feeley A.J. Feeley Sam Bradford Sam Bradford Sam Bradford A.J. Feeley PASSING YARDS Sam Bradford Sam Bradford A.J. Feeley Sam Bradford A.J. Feeley Sam Bradford Sam Bradford A.J. Feeley RECEPTIONS G. Salas B. Lloyd B. Lloyd D. Alexander M. Sims-Walker G. Salas B. Gibson C. Williams

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 7 @ Dallas Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 7 @ Dallas Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 4 vs. Washington

47 40 32 17 17 16 16 16

Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 7 @ Dallas Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

44 43 37 33 32 30 46 5

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 4 vs. Washington Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

28 22 20 20 20 17 16 1

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

331 321 196 188 175 166 164 21

Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 7 @ Dallas Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

8 6 6 6 6 5 5 5

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 7 @ Dallas Week 5 @ Green Bay Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

RECEIVING YARDS D. Alexander M. Sims-Walker D. Alexander G. Salas B. Lloyd L. Kendricks B. Gibson B. Lloyd LONGEST RECEPTION D. Alexander L. Kendricks B. Lloyd B. Gibson M. Sims-Walker D. Alexander B. Gibson M. Hoomanawanui FIELD GOALS Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown

LONGEST FIELD GOAL Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown Josh Brown MOST KICKOFF RETURNS Q. Porter J. Norwood Q. Porter Q. Porter J. Norwood A. Pettis Q. Porter

122 92 91 77 74 71 55 53

Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 7 @ Dallas Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 8 vs. New Orleans

68 45 34 34 33 32 31 27

Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 7 @ Dallas

3 (27,25,21) 2 (49,23) 1 (38) 1 (32) 1 (36)

Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 4 vs. Washington Week 6 @ Green Bay

49 38 36 32 27 25 23 21

Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 4 vs. Washington Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants

5 4 4 2 2 1 1

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington Week 4 vs. Washington

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN Q. Porter 32 J. Norwood 31 Q. Porter 29 J. Norwood 29 Q, Porter 26 A. Pettis 19 Q. Porter 13

Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 7 @ Dallas Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 5 @ Green Bay Week 4 vs. Washington Week 4 vs. Washington

MOST PUNT RETURN A. Pettis A. Pettis G. Salas A. Pettis Danny Amendola Q.Porter

3 2 2 1 1 1

Week 4 vs. Washington Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 7 @ Dallas Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 4 vs. Washington

LONGEST PUNT RETURN A. Pettis G. Salas A. Pettis Q. Porter Danny Amendola

39 29 9 1 0

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

OPPONENTS 2011 BEST RUSHING ATTEMPS D. Murray 25 R. Torain 19 B. Jacobs 16 L. McCoy 15 A. Bradshaw 15 J. Starks 13 M. Vick 11 J. Flacco 9 RUSHING YARDS D. Murray 253 R. Torain 135 L. McCoy 122 M. Vick 97 R. Rice 79 A. Bradshaw 59 B. Jacobs 50 J. Starks 49 YARDS PER CARRY (MIN. 10 ATT.) D. Murray 10.1 M. Vick 8.8 L. McCoy 8.1 R. Torain 7.1 A. Bradshaw 3.9 J. Starks 3.8 B. Jacobs 3.1

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 7 @ Dallas Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 4 vs. Washington Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants

LONGEST RUSH D. Murray R. Rice L. McCoy R. Williams R. Torain M. Vick J. Starks A. Bradshaw PASS ATTEMPTS J. Flacco D. Brees M. Vick E. Manning R. Grossman A. Rodgers T. Romo

91 53 49 42 39 19 15 15

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants

48 44 32 29 29 28 24

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 4 vs. Washington Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 7 @ Dallas

PASS COMPLETIONS D. Brees J. Flacco M. Vick E. Manning A. Rodgers R. Grossman T. Romo

30 27 14 18 17 15 14

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 4 vs. Washington Week 7 @ Dallas

PASSING YARDS J. Flacco A. Rodgers D. Brees E. Manning M. Vick T. Romo R. Grossman

389 310 269 200 187 166 143

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 7 @ Dallas Week 4 vs. Washington

RECEPTIONS L. Moore A. Boldin D. Sproles G. Jennings D. Jackson D. Bryant T. Smith R. Rice

7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 3 vs. Baltimore

RECEIVING YARDS T. Smith J. Nelson D. Jackson D. Bryant R. Rice G. Jennings L. Moore A. Boldin LONGEST RECEPTION J. Nelson T. Smith D. Jackson J. Jones D. Bryant M. Manningham D. Jackson M. Colston FIELD GOALS) B. Cundiff D. Bailey A. Henery G. Gano M. Crosby LONGEST FIELD GOAL D. Bailey B. Cundiff G. Gano A. Henery M. Crosby B. Cundiff D. Bailey MOST KICKOFF RETURNS D. Sproles D. Banks L. Williams D. Thomas D. Lewis R. Cobb T. Crabtree

152 104 102 90 83 82 74 74

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 3 vs. Baltimore

93 74 41 35 34 31 26 25

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 7 @ Dallas Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 8 vs. New Orleans

3 (21,31,38) Week 3 vs. Baltimore 2 (30,51) Week 7 @ Dallas 1 (34) Week 1 vs. Philadelphia 1 (38) Week 4 vs. Washington 1 (32) Week 6 @ Green Bay 51 38 38 34 32 31 30

Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 7 @ Dallas

5 2 2 2 2 1 1

Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 4 vs. Washington Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 6 @ Green Bay

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN R. Cobb 49 L. Williams 37 D. Sproles 36 D. Thomas 27 D. Banks 20 D. Lewis 18

Week 6 @ Green Bay Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 4 vs. Washington Week 1 vs. Philadelphia

MOST PUNT RETURN L. Webb D. Banks D. Sproles A. Ross D. Bryant L. Williams D. Hixon

5 4 3 2 1 1 1

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 4 vs. Washington Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 7 @ Dallas Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants

LONGEST PUNT RETURN L. Webb D. Sproles D. Bryant A. Ross D. Banks D. Hixon

29 15 7 7 5 4

Week 3 vs. Baltimore Week 8 vs. New Orleans Week 7 @ Dallas Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants Week 4 vs. Washington Week 2 @ N.Y. Giants

THE LAST TIME... 300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RECEIVER, SAME GAME Rams: Sam Bradford 331 passing @ N.Y. Giants (9/19/11) D. Alexander 122 receiving Opponents: Joe Flacco 389 passing @ Jacksonville (9/25/11) Torry Smith 152 receiving

300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RECEIVER 100-YARD RUSHER, SAME GAME Rams: Marc Bulger 388 passing vs. Washington (12/24/06) Isaac Bruce 148 receiving Steven Jackson 102 receiving Steven Jackson 150 rushing Opponents: David Garrard 335 passing @ Jacksonville (10/18/09) Mike Sims-Walker 120 receiving Torry Holt 101 receiving M. Jones-Drew 133 rushing 300-YARD PASSER, TWO 100-YARD RECEIVERS, SAME GAME Rams: Marc Bulger 388 passing vs. Washington (12/24/06) Isaac Bruce 148 receiving Steven Jackson 102 receiving Opponents: David Garrard 335 passing @ Jacksonville (10/18/09) Mike Sims-Walker 120 receiving Torry Holt 101 receiving 300-YARD PASSER, THREE 100-YARD RECEIVERS, SAME GAME Rams: Kurt Warner 390 passing @ San Diego (10/1/00) Isaac Bruce 167 receiving Marshall Faulk 116 receiving Az-Zahir Hakim 104 receiving Opponents: Donovan McNabb 361 passing @ Philladelphia (9/7/08) Desean Jackson 106 receiving Greg Lewis 104 receiving Hank Baskett 102 receiving 300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RUSHER, TWO 100-YARD RECEIVERS, SAME GAME Rams: Marc Bulger 388 passing vs. Washington (12/24/06) Steven Jackson 150 rushing Isaac Bruce 148 receiving Steven Jackson 102 receiving Opponents: David Garrard 335 passing @ Jacksonville (10/18/09) M. Jones-Drew 133 rushing Mike Sims-Walker 120 receiving Torry Holt 101 receIving 300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RUSHER, THREE 100-YARD RECEIVERS, SAME GAME Rams: Kurt Warner 390 passing @ San Diego (10/1/00) Justin Watson 102 rushing Isaac Bruce 167 receiving Marhsall Faulk 116 receiving Az-Zahir Hakim 104 receiving Opponents: Never Happened PUNT BLOCKED Rams: R. Quinn Opponents: Vernon Fox

vs. New Orleans (10/30/11) vs. Washington (12/24/06)

Morstead Turk

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT BLOCKED Rams: James Hall vs. San Diego (10/17/10) Opponents: P. Daniels vs Washington (9/26/10)

(Kaeding) (Brown)

BLOCKED FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Rams: LeRoy Irvin vs. San Francisco (9/14/86) 65-yard retyrn of Ray Wersching 44-yard attempt; Blocked by Jerry Gray; Mike Wilcher recovered and lateraled to Irvin Opponents: Kevin Ross vs. Atlanta (10/12/95) 83-yard return of Steve McLaughlin 28-yard attempt;Blocked by Roger Harper FOUR OR MORE FIELD GOALS Rams: 4 Josh Brown Opponents: 4 M. Bryant

@ Arizona (12/5/10) vs. Atlanta (11/21/10)

PAT ATTEMPT BLOCKED Rams: Jimmy Kennedy @ San Francisco (12/02/03) (Peterson) Opponents: Dana Stubblefield @ San Francisco (11/26/95) PAT ATTEMPT FAILED Rams: Josh Brown Opponents: Josh Scobee

@ Denver vs. Jacksonville

TWO-POINT ATTEMPT MADE Rams: Torry Holt pass from Gus Freotte Opponents: R. White pass from M. Ryan

(11/28/10) (10/18/09)

@ Washington (10/7/07) vs. Atlanta (11/21/10)

TWO-POINT ATTEMPT FAILED Rams: Marc Bulger pass failed Opponents: K. Orton pass failed

@ Arizona (12/30/07) @ Denver (11/28/10)

SHUTOUT Rams: Opponents:

20-0 35-0

@ Oakland (12/17/06) @ New Orleans (11/11/07)

40-POINTS Rams: Opponents:

41 44

@ Minnesota (12/31/06) @ Detroit (10/210/10)

50 Points Rams: Opponents:

57 54

@ San Diego (10/1/00) @ Kansas City (10/22/00)

OVERTIME WIN Rams: Opponents:

37-31 23-20

200 YARDS RUSHING OFFENSE Rams: 202 Opponents: 294

vs. Washington (12/24/06) @ San Francisco(11/14/10)

@ Atlanta (12/28/08) @ Dallas (10/23/11)

300 YARDS IN RUSHING OFFENSE Rams: 337 Opponents: 307

vs. Carolina (11/11/01) vs. New Orleans (11/18/81)

400 YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE Rams: 424 Opponents: 445

@ Green Bay (10/16/09) @ Dallas (10/23/11)

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Rams: Brandon Chillar vs. Jacksonville (10/30/05) 29-yard return of Chris Hanson punt; Blocked by Drew Wahlroos

500 YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE Rams: 524 Opponents: 553

Opponents: Mike Cloud vs. Kansas City (10/22/00) 6-yard return of John Baker punt; Blocked by Bracy Walker

600 YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE Rams: 614 Opponents: Never Happened

vs. San Diego (10/10/02) vs. Baltimore (9/25/11)

vs. San Diego (10/1/00)

THE LAST TIME... 100 YARDS RUSHING Rams: 159 Opponents: 135

Steven Jackson vs. New Orleans (10/30/11) R. Torain vs. Washington (10/2/11)

SIX OR MORE TEAM SACKS IN A GAME Rams: 6 vs. New Orleans Opponents: 7 vs. Washington

200 YARD RUSHING Rams: 202 Opponents: 253

Marshall Faulk DeMarco Murray

THREE OR MORE INDIVIDUAL SACKS IN A GAME Rams: 3 Chris Long vs. New Orleans(10/30/11) Opponents: 3 Patrick Kerney vs. Seattle (11/25/07)

300 YARD PASSING Rams: 321 Opponents: 310

Sam Bradford @ Green Bay A. Rodgers @ Green Bay

400 YARD PASSING Rams: 442 Marc Bulger Opponents: NEVER HAPPENED

@ Carolina (12/23/01) @ Dallas (10/23/11)

(10/16/11) (10/16/11)

TWO INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME Rams: 2 Ron Bartell Opponents: 2 K. Lewis

vs. S.F. (12/21/00) vs. Kansas City (12/19/10)

@ N.Y. Giants (10/2/05)

THREE INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME Rams: 3 Keith Lyle Opponents: 3 Ron Bolton

@ Atlanta (12/15/96) @ Cleveland (11/27/77)

500 YARD PASSING Rams: 509 Vince Ferragamo vs. Chicago Opponents: NEVER HAPPENED 100 YARDS RECEIVING Rams: 122 Opponents: 152

200 YARDS RECEIVING Rams: 200 Opponents: 204

D. Alexander T. Smith

(12/26/82)

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Rams: 27 D. Stewart vs. New Orleans (10/30/11) Opponents: 96 M. Jenkins @ New Orleans (12/12/10)

@ N.Y. Gants(9/19/11) vs. Baltimore (9/25/11)

FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Rams: 75t O. J. Atogwe @ Washington (10/12/08) Opponents: 0 J. Vilma vs. New Orleans (10/30/11)

Torry Holt @ San Francisco (11/3/03) Plaxico Burress @ N.Y. Giants (10/2/05)

300 YARDS RECEIVING Rams: 336 Opponents:

Willie Anderson @ New Orleans (11/26/89) (NFL RECORD) NEVER HAPPENED

THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Steven Jackson Opponents: M. Jones-Drew

(10/30/11) (10/2/11)

vs. Dallas (10/19/08) (3 rush) @ Jacksonville(10/18/09) (3 rush)

THREE RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Steven Jackson vs. Dallas Opponents: M. Jones-Drew @ Jacksonville

(10/19/08) (10/18/09)

THREE RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Torry Holt vs. Seattle Opponents: Torrey Smith vs. Baltimore

(10/15/06) (9/25/11)

THREE PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN GAME Rams: Sam Bradford @ Denver Opponents: A. Rodgers @ Green Bay FOUR TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Steven Jackson @ Minnesota (12/31/06) Opponents: Ron Moore @ Phoenix (12/4/93)

(11/28/10) (10/16/11)

(3 rush,1 rec.) (4 rush)

FOUR RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Marshall Faulk vs. Minnesota Opponents: Ron Moore @ Phoenix

(12/10/00) (12/4/93)

FOUR RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Isaac Bruce vs. San Francisco Opponents: Mike Ditka vs. Chicago

(10/10/99) (10/13/63)

FOUR PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Marc Bulger vs. San Diego Opponents: Eli Manning @ N.Y. Giants

(11/10/02) (10/2/05)

FIVE PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Rams: Kurt Warner vs. San Francisco Opponents: Dan Marino vs. Miami

(10/10/99) (12/14/86)

KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Rams: 99t Chris Johnson Opponents: 105 S. Logan

PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Rams: 85t Dante Hall Opponents: 78t T. Ginn

vs. Seattle (11/25/07) @ Detroit (10/10/10)

@ Dallas (9/30/07) @ San Francisco (12/26/10)

TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS, SAME GAME Rams: 183 Marshall Faulk vs. Carolina (11/11/01) 145 Trung Candidate Opponents: 136 Clinton Portis vs. Washington (12/4/05) 118 Rock Cartwright TWO 100-YARD RECEIVERS, SAME GAME Rams: 167 Isaac Bruce vs. Washington (12/24/06) 102 Steven Jackson Opponents: 120 Mike [email protected] Jacksonville (10/18/09) 101 Torry Holt THREE 100-YARD RECEIVERS, SAME GAME Rams: 167 Isaac Bruce 114 Marshall Faulk 104 Az-Zahir Hakim Opponents: 106 DeSean Jackson 104 Greg Lewis 102 Hank Baskett

@ San Diego (10/1/00)

@ Philadelphia (9/7/08)

100-YARD RUSHER, 100-YARD RECEIVER, SAME GAME Rams: Steven Jackson 150 rushing vs. Washington (12/24/06) Isaac Bruce 148 receiving Steven Jackson 102 receiving Opponents: L. McCoy 122 rushing vs. Philadelphia (9/11/11) Desean Jackson 102 receiving SAFETY SCORED Rams: James Hall vs. San Francisco (12/26/10) Tackled T. Smith in the end zone Opponents: Orlando Huff vs. Seattle (12/14/03) Sacked Marc Bulger in the end zone

2011 EXPLOSIVES RAMS PASS EXPLOSIVES (20+ YARDS) OPP. PASS EXPLOSIVES (20+ YARDS) YDS 68 45 35 34 34 33 32 31 27 26 25 23 21 21 21 21

RECEIVER PASSER QTR D. Alexander Bradford 1 L. Kendricks Bradord 1 D. Alexander Bradford 3 B. Lloyd Feeley 4 B. Gibson Bradford 3 M. Sims-Walker Bradford 2 D. Alexander Bradford 4 B. Gibson Bradford 4 M. Hoomanawanui Feeley 4 L. Kendricks Bradford 1 D. Alexander Bradford 1 M. Sims-Walker Bradford 1 G. Salas Feeley 4 B. Gibson Bradford 2 D. Alexander Bradford 3 G. Salas Feeley 4

DATE 9/19 10/16 9/19 10/23 9/25 9/19 10/16 9/11 10/23 9/19 10/2 9/19 9/11 10/16 10/16 10/23

OPP NYG GB NYG DAL BAL NYG GB PHI DAL NYG WAS NYG PHI GB GB DAL

YDS 93 74 41 41 35 34 31 26 25 24 23 22 22 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20

RECEIVER J. Nelson T. Smith T. Smith D. Jackson J. Jones D. Bryant M. Manningham D. Jackson M. Colston G. Jennings A. Bradshaw R. Rice D. Hixon A. Boldin D. Sproles J. Avant J. Maclin R. Rice J. Gaffney J. Finley D. Bryant

PASSER QTR A. Rodgers 2 J. Flacco 1 J. Flacco 1 M. Vick 1 A. Rodgers 2 T. Romo 2 E. Manning 2 M. Vick 3 D. Brees 4 A. Rodgers 3 E. Manning 3 J. Flacco 4 E. Manning 2 J. Flacco 3 D. Brees 4 M. Vick 1 M. Vick 2 J. Flacco 3 R. Grossman 1 A. Rodgers 1 T. Romo 4

DATE 10/16 9/25 9/25 9/11 10/16 10/23 9/19 9/11 10/30 10/16 9/19 9/25 9/19 9/25 10/30 9/11 9/11 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23

TM GB BAL BAL PHI GB DAL NYG PHI NO GB NYG BAL NYG BAL NO PHI PHI BAL WAS GB DAL

2011 EXPLOSIVES OPP. RUN EXPLOSIVES (10+ YARDS) RAMS RUN EXPLOSIVES (10+ YARDS) YDS 47 40 32 20 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 10 10

RUSHER S. Jackson S. Jackson S. Jackson S. Jackson S. Bradford S. Bradford C. Williams C. Williams S. Jackson S. Jackson S. Jackson S. Jackson C. Williams S. Jackson S. Jackson C. Williams C. Williams B. Miller S. Jackson C. Williams B. Gibson C. Williams S. Jackson



QTR 1 2 3 4 3 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 3 1 2

DATE 9/11 10/23 10/30 10/30 9/19 9/25 9/25 9/11 10/30 10/30 10/23 10/30 9/11 10/2 10/16 10/16 9/11 9/11 9/25 9/11 10/30 9/11 10/30

OPP PHI DAL NO NO NYG BAL BAL PHI NO NO DAL NO PHI WAS GB GB PHI PHI BAL PHI NO PHI NO

YDS 91 53 49 43 39 28 20 19 19 19 18 18 17 17 17 16 15 14 12 11 11 10 10

RUSHER D. Murray R. Rice L. McCoy D. Murray R. Torain R. Williams R. Torain D. Murray M. Vick M. Vick M. Vick L. McCoy R. Rice L. McCoy P. Tanner R. Torain J. Starks M. Vick D. Ware M. Vick L. McCoy A. Bradshaw J. Starks



QTR 1 2 4 4 3 1 2 3 2 2 3 4 1 4 4 3 2 4 4 3 4 2 3

DATE 10/23 9/25 9/11 10/23 10/2 9/25 10/2 10/23 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/25 9/11 10/23 10/2 10/16 9/11 9/19 9/11 9/11 9/19 10/16

TM DAL BAL PHI DAL WAS BAL WAS DAL PHI PHI PHI PHI BAL PHI DAL WAS GB PHI NYG PHI PHI NYG GB

2011 EXPLOSIVES RAMS KICK RET. EXPLOSIVES (30+ YARDS) YDS 39 32 31 30

RETURNER J. Norwood Q. Porter J. Norwood Q. Porter



QTR 3 3 1 3

DATE 9/11 9/19 9/25 9/19

OPP PHI NYG BAL NYG

OPP. KICK RET. EXPLOSIVES (30+ YARDS)

YDS 37 36

RETURNER A. Pettis G. Salas



QTR 4 2

DATE 10/16 9/19

OPP GB NYG



QTR 3 2

DATE 9/25 10/30

TM BAL NO

OPP. PUNT EXPLOSIVES (+20 YARDS)

RAMS PUNT RET. EXPLOSIVES (20+ YARDS) YDS 39 29

RETURNER L. Williams D. Sproles

YDS 29

RETURNER L. Webb



QTR 1

DATE 9/25

TM BAL

2011 EXPLOSIVES RAMS INT. RET. EXPLOSIVES (20+ YARDS) YDS 51 27

RETURNER J. King D. Stewart



QTR 4 4

DATE 10/2 10/30

OPP WAS NO

OPP. INT. RET. EXPLOSIVES (20+ YARDS) YDS

RETURNER



QTR

DATE

TM

RAMS FUMBLE RET. EXPLOSIVES (20+ YDS)

OPP. FUMBLE RET. EXPLOSIVES (20+ YARDS)

YDS

YDS 65 56 28

RETURNER



QTR

DATE

OPP

RETURNER M. Boley J. Parker H. Ngata



QTR 2 1 4

DATE 9/19 9/11 9/25

OPP NYG PHI BAL

6 1

6 4

3

6 1

12 7 6 6

9/25 BALTIMORE

10/2 WASHINGTON

10/16 @ GREEN BAY

10/23 @DALLAS

10/30 NEW ORLEAMS

1/1 SAN FRANCISCO

12/24 @ PITTSBURGH

12/18 CINCINNATI

12/12 @ SEATTLE

12/4 @ SAN FRANCISCO

11/27 ARIZONA

11/20 SEATTLE

11/13 @ CLEVELAND

11/6 @ARIZONA

10 J. Brown 6 D. Alexander

9/19 @ NEW YORK

B. Lloyd

S. Jackson J. Brown D. Stewart

S. Jackson J. Brown

J. Brown

S. Jackson J. Brown

B. Gibson J. Brown

7 6

SCORING J. Brown S. Jackson

9/11 PHILADELPHIA

Game

18 2 1 25 2 2

18 4 2

17

18 4 3

13 3 3

S. Jackson C. Williams A. Feeley S. Jackson A. Feeley C. Williams

S. Jackson C. Williams S. Bradford

S. Jackson

C. Williams S. Jackson S. Bradford

C. Williams S. Bradford J. Norwood

CARRIES 19 C.Williams 3 J. Norwood 2 S. Jackson

70 1 -1 159 11 8

96 24 5

45

75 23 22

36 15 8

91 56 12

S. Jackson C. Williams A. Feeley S. Jackson B. Gibson G. Salas

S. Jackson C. Williams B. Gibson

S. Jackson

C. Williams S. Jackson S. Bradford

C. Williams S. Bradford J. Norwood

YARDS C. Williams S. Jackson B. Miller

RUSHING

8 6 4 4 4 6 4 3 6 5 4

5 3 2 2 2 4 4 4 3 2

6 4 4 3

5 5 3

G. Salas D. Alexander L. Kendricks B. Gibson S. Jackson B. Lloyd S. Jackson M. Hoomanawanui B. Lloyd G. Salas S. Jackson

B. Gibson M. Sims-Walker D. Alexander L. Kendricks A. Pettis L. Kendricks A. Pettis S. Jackson D. Alexander B. Bajema

M. Sims-Walker B. Gibson G. Salas D. Alexander

RECEPTIONS C. Williams D. Amendola B. Gibson

74 44 33 53 47 32

91 77 71

46 33 32

55 36 28

122 92 52

50 49 45

8 8 7 6

7 6 6

J. Laurinaitis C. Chamberlain Q. Mikell D. Stewart J. Hall Q. Mikell A. Harris J. Gordy J. Laurinaitis J. Gordy Q. Mikell D. Stewart M. Johnson

B. Fletcher D. Stewart B. Poppinga Q. Mikell

J. King J. Laurinaitis Q. Mikell

TACKLES 8 C. Dahl 6 B. Fletcher 6 J. Laurinaitis 6 J. King 11 J. Laurinaitis 9 B. Poppinga 8 J. King 8 D. Stewart 7 B. Fletcher

7 7 7 6 5 B. Lloyd 11 M. Hoomanawanui 8 G. Salas 7 B. Lloyd 11 G. Salas 8 S. Jackson 8 7 7

D. Alexander G. Salas L. Kendricks

D. Alexander L. Kendricks A. Pettis

B. Gibson M. Sims-Walker D. Alexander

D. Alexander M. Sims-Walker B. Gibson

YARDS B. Gibson C. Williams D. Amendola

RECEIVING

ST. LOUIS RAMS 2011 WEEKLY LEADERS

3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

C. Long R. Quinn J. Laurinaitis F. Robbins

1.0 J. Hall 1.0 G. Gibson

1.0 G. Gibson

1.0 C. Long 1.0 C. Chamberlain

1.0 J. Hall 1.0 C. Long 1.0 R. Quinn

SACKS 1.0 J. King 1.0 C. Long 1.0 Q. Mikell

1 1

1

1 1

1

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2

J. Gordy D. Stewart

3 3 3 2

1

J. Laurinaitis 2 J. King 2 1 1 1 1 C. Dahl 2 1 1 1

Q. Mikell

INTs

Q. Porter C. Dahl J. Hull D. Curry

B. Miller

B. Miller D. Curry E. Sims B. Kehl C. Dahl D. Stewart E. Sims Q. Porter J. Hull D. Stewart

TACKLES E. Sims C. Chamberlain B. Miller G. Salas G. Salas C. Chamberlain C. Dahl B. Kehl D. Curry E. Sims D. Stewart D. Stewart C. Dahl D. Curry J. Gordy

TEAMS

SPECIAL

2011 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING Score Game

SAM BRADFORD

STL

Opp

PHI

13

31

@ NYG

16

BAL

CADILLAC WILLIAMS

Yds

Avg.

LG

TD

1

-15

-15.0

-15

0

19

28

3

15

5.0

17

0

7

37

3

22

7.3

16

WAS

10

17

0

0

0.0

@GB

3

24

2

0

0.0

@DAL

7

34

31

21

87

192

NO

Att

Att

Yds

STEVEN JACKSON Att

JERIOUS NORWOOD

Avg.

LG

TD

91

4.8

16

0

13

36

2.8

9

0

0

18

75

4.2

16

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

17

45

2.6

13

0

Inactive

0

0

4

24

6.0

13

0

18

96

5.3

13

0

Inactive

Inactive

2

1

0.5

1

0

18

70

3.9

40

1

Inactive

Inactive

2

0

0.0

0

0

25

159

6.4

32

2

Inactive

58

227

3.9

16

0

84

449

5.3

47

4

2

Yds Avg.

LG

TD

56

47

1

28.0 Inactive

4

23

5.8

12

0

Att

Avg.

LG

TD

3

10

Yds

3.3

7

0

3

8

2.7

7

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

7

0

@ARI @CLE SEA ARI @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS

9

22

2.4

17

0

6

18

3.0

2011 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING Score Game

SAM BRADFORD

STL

Opp

Att

Comp Comp%

PHI

13

31

30

17

@ NYG

16

28

46

22

A.J. FEELEY

Gross

Net

Long

TD

Int

Rate

Att

56.7

188

166

31

0

0

75.4

5

47.8

331

308

68

0

0

79.2

BAL

7

37

32

16

50.0

166

132

34

1

1

62.8

WAS

10

17

43

20

46.5

164

127

25

1

0

64.5

44

28

63.6

321

299

45

0

1

76.0

@GB

3

24

@DAL

7

34

NO

Comp Comp% 1

20.0

Gross

Net

Long

TD

Int

Rate

21

15

21

0

0

44.6

Inactive

33

20

60.6

166

151

34

0

1

64.7

Inactive

37

20

54.1

175

140

17

1

0

75.8

75

41

54.7

362

306

34

1

1

68.3

@ARI @CLE SEA ARI @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS

56

171

195

103

52.8

1,170

1,032

68

2

2

72.0

2011 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING DANARIO ALEXANDER

Score Game

STL

Opp

PHI

13

31

@ NYG

Rec

Yds

Avg.

LG

DANNY AMENDOLA TD

INACTIVE

Rec 5

Yds 45

BILLY BAJEMA

Avg.

LG

TD

9.0

18

0

Rec 2

Yds

MARK CLAYTON

Avg.

LG

TD

21

10.5

19

0

Rec

Yds

Avg.

16

28

3

122

40.7

68

1

Inactive

0

0

0.0

0

0

PUP

BAL

7

37

2

28

14.0

15

0

Inactive

0

0

0.0

0

0

PUP

WAS

10

PUP

3

46

15.3

25

Inactive

2

7

0

@GB

3

24

6

91

15.2

32

0

Injured Reserve

0

0

0.0

0

0

PUP

@DAL

7

34

2

9

4.5

6

0

Injured Reserve

2

20

10.0

12

0

PUP

31

21

Injured Reserve

1

7

7.0

7

0

PUP

87

192

7

59

8.4

19

0

NO

17

0

Inactive

11

5.5

LG

TD

0

0

PUP

@ARI @CLE SEA ARI @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS

16

18.5

68

1

5

LANCE KENDRICKS

Score Game

296

45

9.0

18

0

BRANDON GIBSON

0

0

0.0

MIKE SIMS-WALKER

GREG SALAS

STL

Opp

Avg.

LG

TD

Avg.

LG

TD

Avg.

LG

TD

PHI

13

31

1

18

18.0

18

0

3

50

16.7

31

0

1

21

21.0

21

0

1

5

5

5

0

@ NYG

16

28

1

26

26.0

26

0

4

52

13.0

18

0

4

27

6.8

17

0

6

92

15

33

0

Rec

Yds

Rec

Yds

Rec

Yds

Rec

Yds

Avg.

LG

TD

BAL

7

37

2

25

12.5

13

0

5

55

11.0

34

1

Inactive

3

36

12.0

14

0

WAS

10

17

4

33

8.3

11

0

1

14

14.0

14

0

Inactive

1

6

6.0

6

0

4

71

17.8

45

33

0

@GB

4

43

21

0

8

77

9.6

0

Inactive

7

34

0

0

0.0

0

0

2

33

16.5

21

0

Released (10/17)

31

3

21

1

2

2.0

2

0

2

27

13.5

14

0

5

47

9.4

17

0

87

192

13

175

13.5

45

0

19

241

12.7

34

1

20

205

10.3

21

0

STL

Opp

@DAL NO

24

0

10.8 Inactive

19

@ARI @CLE SEA ARI @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS

CADILLAC WILLIAMS

Score Game

Rec

Yds

Avg.

LG

MIKE HOOMANAWANUI TD

PHI

13

31

5

49

9.8

16

0

@ NYG

16

28

3

4

1.3

6

0

Rec

Yds

Avg.

11

AUSTIN PETTIS

LG

TD 0

Rec

Yds

Avg.

139

12.6

STEVEN JACKSON

LG

TD

Rec

Yds

Avg.

LG

TD

Inactive

Inactive 1

8

8.0

8

Inactive

Inactive

BAL

7

37

1

4

4.0

4

0

1

10

10.0

10

0

2

8

4.0

5

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

WAS

10

17

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

4

32

8.0

12

0

4

19

4.8

15

1

7.3

@GB

2

10

5.0

9

0

0

0.0

0

13

0

7

34

1

13

13.0

13

0

3

44

14.7

27

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

4

3

0.8

8

0

31

3

21

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

1

7

7.0

7

0

4

32

8.0

15

0

87

192

12

80

6.7

16

0

5

62

12.4

27

0

7

47

6.7

12

0

16

83

5.2

15

1

STL

Opp

LG

TD

Avg.

LG

TD

Avg.

LG

TD

@DAL NO

24

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

4

29

@ARI @CLE SEA ARI @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS Score Game

BRIT MILLER Rec

Yds

Avg.

BRANDON LLOYD

PHI

13

31

0

0

0.0

0

0

@ NYG

16

28

0

0

0.0

0

0

BAL

7

37

0

0

0.0

0

0

WAS

10

17

1

3

3.0

3

0

@GB @DAL NO

3

24

0

0

0.0

0

Rec

0

Yds

Avg.

LG

TD

(Acquired 10/17)

7

34

0

0

0.0

0

0

6

74

12.3

34

0

31

21

0

0

0.0

0

0

6

53

8.8

16

1

87

192

1

3

3.0

3

0

12

127

12.3

34

1

@ARI @CLE SEA ARI @SF @SEA CIN @PIT SF TOTALS

Rec

Yds

Rec

Yds

2011 GAME-BY-GAME SACKS SACKS (NUMBER, YARDS) Player

9/11 PHI

9/19 @NYG

9/25 BAL

10/2 WAS

10/16 @GB

10/23 @DAL

10/30 NO

11/6 @ARI

11/13 @CLE

11/20 SEA

11/27 ARI

12/4 @SF

12/12 @SEA

12/18 CIN

12/2A 1/1 @PIT SF

TOTALS

CB Justin King

1.0/6.0

1.0/6.0

S Quintin Mikell

1.0/9.0

1.0/9.0

DE Chris Long

1.0/5.0

1.0/2.0

1.0/2.0

LB James Laurinaitis

3.0/25.0

6.0/34.0

1.0/8.0

1.0/8.0

1.0/0

1.0/0.0

1.0/9.0

2.0/17.0

S Darian Stewart DT Fred Robbins DE C.J. Ah You S Craig Dahl DE James Hall

1.0/9.0

DE Robert Quinn

1.0/8.0

LB Chris Chamberlain

1.0/11.0

1.0/2.0

1.0/2.0

DT Gary Gibson

TEAM TOTALS

2.0/20.0

1.0/7.0

3.0/20.0 3.0/19.0 2.0/4.0

1.0/4.0

2.0/11.0

1.0/7.0 2.0/15.0 6.0/42.0

17.0/107.0

2011 GAME-BY-GAME INTERCEPTIONS INTERCEPTIONS (NUMBER, YARDS) Player

9/11 PHI

9/19 @NYG

9/25 BAL

10/2 WAS

S Craig Dahl

10/16 @GB

10/23 @DAL

10/30 NO

11/6 @ARI

11/13 @CLE

11/20 SEA

11/27 ARI

12/4 @SF

12/12 @SEA

12/18 CIN

12/2A 1/1 @PIT SF

1.0/-3.0

TOTALS 1/-3.0

CB Al Harris CB Bradley Fletcher CB Justin King

1.0/51.0

1.0/51.0

LB James Laurinaitis

1.0/15.0

1.0/15.0

S Quintin Mikell

1.0/0.0

1.0/0.0

DE Chris Long DE James Hall CB Josh Gordy

1.0/0.0

1.0/0.0

S Darian Stewart

1.0/27.0

1.0/27.0

TEAM TOTALS

0/0

1.0/0.0

0/0

2.0/66.0 1.0/-3.0

0/0

2.0/27.0

0/0

0/0

0/0

0/0

0/0

0/0

0/0

0/0

0/0

6.0/90.0

ST. LOUIS RAMS RECORD WHEN… 12-YEAR TOTALS Overall Record Home Away By Month September October November December January vs. NFC West East North (since '02) South (since '02) Central (thru '01) vs. AFC West East North (since '02) South (since '02) Central (thru '01) Playing Conditions On grass On AstroTurf On synthetic grass Outdoors Indoors Day Night In dark jerseys In white jerseys Week after a win Week after a loss Week after a bye Win coin toss Lose coin toss Rams score on first drive Opp. score on first drive Rams score first Opp. score first Lead at halftime Tied at halftime Trail at halftime Lead after 3 quarters Tied after 3 quarters Trail after 3 quarters Outcome 7 points or less Outcome 3 points or less In overtime Rams score 20 or more points Rams allow 20 or more points Rams held to 20 or less points Opp. held to 20 or less points

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

W

L

Pct

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

92 54 38

107 46 61

0.462 0.540 0.384

1 1 0

6 3 3

7 5 2

9 3 6

1 0 1

15 8 7

2 1 1

14 7 7

3 1 2

13 7 6

8 4 4

8 4 4

6 3 3

10 5 5

8 6 2

8 2 6

12 8 4

4 0 4

7 6 1

9 2 7

14 6 8

2 2 0

10 5 5

6 3 3

17 28 20 24 3 61 40 9 8 7 3 23 9 6 4 3 3

26 24 26 28 3 70 42 18 11 12 3 19 7 7 5 5 1

0.395 0.538 0.435 0.462 0.500 0.466 0.488 0.333 0.421 0.368 0.500 0.548 0.563 0.462 0.444 0.375 0.750

0 1

3 3

1 3 1 2 0

2 2 2 2 1

1

5

0 0 1

4 1 0

3 1 0 1

3 0 1 3

1 2 3 2 0 6 4 0 1 1

2 2 1 0 1 3 1 1 0 1

1 3 2 4 0 9 5 3 1 0

1 3 1 2 1 7 5 1 0 1

2 1 3 2 0 5 1 0 1 3

2 3 4 3 0 8 4 0 3 1

2 0 1 1 0 4 2 1 1 0

0 2 3 2 0 5 4 0 1 0

4 1 1 3 0 7 2 4 0 1

3 3 2 5 1 10 7 2

0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0

4 3 1 2 0 7 5 1

0 1 3 2 0 5 3 1

1

4 1 5 4 0 10 6 2 1 1 0 4 0 4 0 0

2 2 1 3 0 6 2 1 3 0

0

0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

4 4 1 4 0 9 5 1 1 2

1

3 4 3 4 1 6 6 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

0 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 2

0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 4 0

2 2 0 0 0

2 2 0 0 0

3 0 0 0 3

1 0 0 0 1

1 0 1 0 0

3 0 3 0 0

4 0 0 4 0

0 0 0 0 0

2 2 0 0 0

2 2 0 0 0

1 4 0 4

1 0 0 0

1 3 3 0

1 1 1 0

0

0

0

0

W

L

1

6

0 1 1 0 1 0

2 4 5 1 4 2

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1

4 1 3 3 2 3 2 4 0

0 1

6 0

0 0

6 1

1 1 0 0

0 5 6 1

0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

6 8 1 7 7 15 0 9 6 1 13 1 5 10 3 5 3 12 4 1 10 1 1 13 4 3 1 2 12 14 3

1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2

5 4 5 5 9 14 0 8 6 1 12 0 6 8 4 7 5 9 3 0 11 3 1 10 1 2 0 2 12 12 2

1 0 2 1 2 3 0 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 2

3 0 10 6 7 12 1 9 4 2 10 0 6 7 4 5 5 8 3 1 8 1 1 11 4 2 0 3 11 11 2

3 0 5 2 6 8 0 4 4 4 3 0 3 5 4 1 6 2 6 0 2 6 1 1 5 3 1 6 4 4 5

3 0 5 4 4 7 1 4 4 3 5 1 4 4 3 4 3 5 2 0 6 2 0 6 3 2 0 5 7 4 3

2 0 4 3 3 5 1 5 1 1 5 0 2 4 2 1 2 4 3 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 1 5 3 2 3

1 0 9 3 7 9 1 5 5 3 6 1 7 3 5 2 6 4 3 0 7 3 0 7 4 2 0 5 9 4 1

1 6 1 2 6 5 3 6 2 3 4 0 3 5 5 4 6 2 6 1 1 4 1 3 3 2 2 6 3 3 5

4 2 2 5 3 7 1 3 5 4 4 1 3 5 2 2 2 6 0 1 7 0 1 7 0 1 1 2 8 6 1

4 8 0 4 8 9 3 8 4 9 3 1 5 7 5 1 9 3 10 0 2 9 0 3 5 5 2 12 8 0 4

2 0 2 3 1 4 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 3 2 0 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 2 4 3 0

1 6 0 1 6 4 3 6 1 4 3 1 4 3 5 1 6 1 4 0 3 5 0 2 3 3 0 7 4 0 4

5 2 2 7 2 8 1 3 6 2 6 0 2 7 4 4 3 6 1 1 7 1 0 8 5 4 0 1 7 8 3

4 8 1 5 9 11 3 7 7 11 2 1 6 8 8 2 11 3 13 0 1 14 0 0 5 4 1 13 3 2 10

0 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 1 0

2 7 1 3 7 9 1 5 5 5 4 1 6 4 3 6 4 6 8 1 1 8 2 0 3 0 0 10 10 0 0

3 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 2 0 6 0 2 3 3 3 1 1 4 1 0 5 1 2 0 5 5 2 1

23 48 20 27 65 78 14 57 35 53 33 7 42 49 46 23 62 29 76 3 13 74 6 12 30 20 7 82 40 16 54

35 29 42 50 55 96 11 53 54 31 66 6 47 60 32 40 41 66 23 8 75 16 6 85 30 25 3 31 90 80 21

0.397 0.623 0.323 0.351 0.542 0.448 0.560 0.518 0.393 0.631 0.333 0.538 0.472 0.450 0.590 0.365 0.602 0.305 0.768 0.273 0.148 0.822 0.500 0.124 0.500 0.444 0.700 0.726 0.308 0.167 0.720

2

2

2

2

5 2 5 7 0 5 2 3 4 0 2 5 3 2 5 2 6 0 1 7

6 3 5 8 1 3 6 4 3 1 3 6 1 3 4 5 2 2 5 3

0 0 2 0 6 1 2 6

6 1 3 1 1 5 9 4

2000

12-YEAR TOTALS Outgain opponent Even yardage Out-rush opponent Out-pass opponent + Turnover margin Even turnover margin - Turnover margin Rams 300+ yards Rams -300 yards Rams 30+ rushes Rams -30 rushes Rams 150+ rushing Rams -150 rushing Time of poss. 30:00+ Time of poss. -30:00 Rams w/100-yard rusher (Canidate) (Faulk) (Jackson) (Leonard) (Watson) Rams w/100-yard receiver (Alexander) (Clayton) (Avery) (Bruce) (Canidate) (Curtis) (Faulk) (Hakim) (Holt) (Jackson) (McDonald) (Proehl) Rams w/300-yard passer (Bradford) (Bulger) (Chandler) (Fitzpatrick) (Frerotte) (Green) (Martin) (Warner) Opp. 100-yard rusher Opp. 100-yard receiver Opp. 300-yard passer

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

W

L

Pct

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

W

L

69 0 60 66 54 18 20 79 13 40 52 26 65 73 19 45 2 27 15 0 1 28 0 0 0 17 0 1 4 3 28 1 0 1 38 1 12 0 1 1 1 0 22 14 32 8

37 0 21 56 15 16 72 61 41 13 93 7 99 44 61 15 0 0 14 1 0 20 1 1 1 8 1 0 1 1 18 1 1 0 26 2 14 1 0 0 2 1 8 42 26 14

0.651 0.000 0.741 0.541 0.783 0.529 0.217 0.564 0.241 0.755 0.359 0.788 0.396 0.624 0.238 0.750 1.000 1.000 0.517 0.000 1.000 0.583 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.680 0.000 1.000 0.800 0.750 0.609 0.500 0.000 1.000 0.594 0.333 0.462 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.333 0.000 0.733 0.250 0.552 0.364

1

2

6

1

1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

0 5 1 2 3 3 3 0 6 1 5 1 5 0

6 4 6 1 0 5 2 4 3 0 6 7 0 2

4 0 1 4 4 5 4 1 8 1 8 3 6 2

1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

4 0 4 2 5 1 8 6 5 3 12 1 14 5 10 6

0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

4 0 3 6 3 2 7 6 8 5 9 1 13 6 8 3

1 0 2 1 3 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 3 2 1 0

4 0 3 3 1 3 8 5 7 3 9 1 11 5 7 3

6 0 4 6 7 1 0 7 1 4 4 2 6 8 0 5

4 0 0 6 2 1 5 5 3 0 8 0 8 5 3 1

2 0 4 2 4 0 2 3 3 2 4 1 5 2 4 2

5 0 2 9 2 1 7 9 1 1 9 1 9 5 5 0

8 0 5 5 2 2 4 8 0 6 2 4 4 8 0 5

2 0 0 7 0 0 8 4 4 0 8 0 8 4 4 0

7 0 6 7 8 1 3 10 2 6 6 0 12 10 2 5

1 0 0 3 0 0 4 2 2 0 4 0 4 2 2 0

1

0

2

2

1

6

2

3

0 0

2 1

5

1

0 2

0 0

3 2

0 0

5

0

4 0 3 7 3 2 2 6 1 3 4 3 4 5 2 4 0 4

4 0 1 6 0 1 8 6 3 0 9 0 9 4 5 0 0 0

13 0 9 13 4 5 5 14 0 4 10 4 10 12 2 6 2 4

2 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0

10 0 8 10 4 4 2 10 0 4 6 4 6 8 2 5 0 4

2 0 1 5 0 1 5 5 1 0 6 0 6 2 4 0 0 0

0 0

1 1

0

0

0

1

2

2

3

3

1

5

3

3

1

1

0 2

0 0

0 3

0 1

1 7

0 3

0 0

0 0

0

1

0

1

2

1

0

0

3

3

1

1

0

0

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 0

0 0

2 0

1 1

3 0

1 0

0

0

2

2

1 0 2

0 0 1

2 2 5

1 1 3

1 8

0 1

0 8

0 3

0 8 0 1 2

0 1 0 0 0

1

2

7 0 6 2

1 2 2 0

0 0

0 0 0

2 2

3 3 2

0

1 1

0 3 1

1

0 0

2 1 1

0

0

0 0

0

0

0

1

2

2

3

4

1

5

2

3

3

2

0 3

0 3

0

0

0

1

1

2

3

4

0

4

1

3

0

1

0

0 0

1

0

2 1

3

0 0

2 0

0

1

0

0

1 4 1

6 3 1

3 2 0

6 2 1

1 1 0 0

0 0 1 2 1

0 3 2 0 2

0 0 0

6 5 3

2 0 0

0 0

2 0

1 0

2 1 0

2 1 0

2 0 0

4 0 1

3 0 0

3 0 0

8

2

0

0

6 3 2

0 2 0

2 6 2

4 3 0

6 0 0

0 3 3 1

2000

ST. LOUIS RAMS UPDATED SERIES RECORDS Records and Numbers Include Regular Season Only Long Long

Current

NFC WEST Arizona Cardinals St. Louis Rams San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Division Totals

W 33 61 10 104

L 31 59 15 105

T Win Pct PF 2 50.0% 1,332 2 50.0% 2,652 0 40.0% 541 4 48.8% 4,525

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 1,273 6 7 W1 Rams 1-0 in postseason 2,702 10 17 W1 Rams 0-1 in postseason 562 4 8 L1 Rams 1-0 in postseason 4,537 Long Long Current

NFC NORTH Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings Division Totals

W 34 42 45 14 135

L 50 38 43 18 149

T 3 1 2 2 8

Pct 39.1% 51.9% 50.0% 41.2% 46.2%

PF 1,762 1,582 2,075 767 6,186

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 2,020 5 8 L3 Rams 1-1 in postseason 1,489 12 6 L1 Rams 0-1 in postseason 2,040 11 6 L2 Rams 1-1 in postseason 753 3 5 L1 Rams 2-5 in postseason 6,302 Long Long Current

NFC SOUTH Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers New Orleans Saints Tampa Bay Buccaneers Division Totals

W 47 8 39 9 103

L 26 10 31 8 75

T 2 0 0 0 2

Pct 62.7% 44.4% 55.7% 52.9% 57.2%

PF 1,772 377 1,575 392 4,116

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 1,248 7 4 L1 Rams 0-1 in postseason 362 2 4 W1 Rams 0-1 in postseason 1,422 9 7 W1 Rams 1-0 in postseason 353 6 3 L1 Rams 2-0 in postseason 3,385 Long Current Long

NFC EAST Dallas Cowboys New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins Division Totals

W 11 25 17 9 62

L 11 14 18 22 65

T 0 0 1 1 2

Pct 50.0% 64.1% 47.2% 28.1% 48.1%

PF 491 900 706 606 2,703

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 483 2 3 L1 Rams 5-4 in postseason 727 6 6 L6 Rams 1-1 in postseason 691 7 4 L4 Rams 2-1 in postseason 758 2 5 W1 Rams 2-2 in postseason 2,659

NFC TOTALS

404 394 16

49.6%

17,530 16,883

AFC WEST Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs Oakland Raiders San Diego Chargers Division Totals

W 7 4 4 6 21

L 5 6 8 4 23

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct 58.3% 40.0% 33.3% 60.0% 47.7%

PF 260 189 226 266 941

AFC NORTH Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers Division Totals

W 2 5 9 15 31

L 3 6 9 6 24

T 0 0 0 2 2

Pct 40.0% 45.5% 50.0% 65.2% 54.4%

PF 101 215 414 481 1,211

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 128 2 2 L2 194 3 3 L1 408 4 5 L1 Rams 2-2 in postseason 409 6 3 L1 Rams 0-1 in postseason 1,139 Long Long Current

AFC SOUTH Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars Tennessee Titans Division Totals

W 1 17 2 6 26

L 1 23 1 4 29

T 0 2 0 0 2

Pct 50.0% 40.5% 66.7% 60.0% 45.6%

PF 46 912 61 208 1,227

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 43 1 1 L1 928 4 6 L2 58 2 0 L1 219 2 1 L1 Rams 1-0 in postseason 1,248 Long Long Current

AFC EAST Buffalo Bills Miami Dolphins New England Patriots New York Jets Division Totals

W 4 2 5 9 20

L 6 9 5 3 23

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct 40.0% 18.2% 50.0% 75.0% 46.5%

PF 205 204 198 297 904

PA 250 288 209 231 978

AFC TOTALS

98

99

4

48.8%

4,283

4,399

TOTALS VS. DEFUNCT 10

5

0

66.7%

478

306

512 493 20

50.0%

Long

FRANCHISES ALL-TIME TOTALS

Long

Current

PA Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 271 2 1 W2 243 3 5 L5 257 2 3 L1 263 2 2 W1 1,034 Long Long Current

22,291 21,588

Win Str Loss Str Streak NOTES 2 3 L2 1 6 L2 4 2 L3 Rams 0-1 in postseason 7 1 L1

RAMS ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS # Player

Years

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 16 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 27 29 30 31 32 32 32 35 36

1997-2007 1982-90 1945-52 1964-69 1999-2005 1994-2007 1969-74 1999-2008 1978-81 2004-present 1983-87 2008-present 1949-57 1983-93 1991-94 1938-40, 42, 44-47 1965-75 1950-55 1977-82 1960-69 1948-56 1960-64 1968, 73-77 1972-79 1987-89 1954-62 1947-51 1949-57 1975-76 1957-63 1989-93 1950-58 1962-72 1964-74 1937-41 1958-65

Wilkins, Jeff Lansford, Mike Waterfield, Bob Gossett, Bruce Faulk, Marshall Bruce, Isaac Ray, David Holt, Torry Corral, Frank Jackson, Steven Dickerson, Eric Brown, Josh Hirsch, Elroy Ellard, Henry Zendejas, Tony Benton, Jim Snow, Jack Towler, Dan Tyler, Wendell Bass, Dick Fears, Tom Villanueva, Danny Jackson, Harold McCutcheon, Lawrence Bell, Greg Richter, Les Hoerner, Dick Younger, Paul (Tank) Dempsey, Tom Arnett, Jon Gary, Cleveland Boyd, Bob Gabriel, Roman Josephson, Les Drake, John Phillips, Jim

TD Ru Rec Ret PAT FG 0 0 13 0 85 84 0 74 0 59 58 0 55 52 0 45 45 44 43 42 39 0 36 35 34 0 32 32 0 30 29 28 28 28 27 27

0 0 13 0 58 0 0 0 0 51 56 0 1 0 0 1 0 43 33 34 0 0 36 23 31 0 28 31 0 19 24 0 28 17 24 0

0 0 0 0 27 84 0 74 0 8 2 0 53 48 0 42 45 1 10 7 38 0 0 12 3 0 4 1 0 8 5 28 0 11 3 27

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

428 315 315 211 0 0 167 0 154 0 0 70 9 0 114 0 0 0 0 0 12 111 0 0 0 106 0 0 67 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

265 158 60 120 0 0 110 0 75 0 0 91 0 0 66 0 0 0 0 0 1 44 0 0 0 29 0 0 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2-pt Saf Pts 0 0 0 0 7 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1,223 789 573 571 524 510 497 446 379 356 348 343 339 312 312 270 270 264 258 252 249 243 216 210 204 193 192 192 181 180 174 168 168 168 164 162

RAMS ALL-TIME RUSHING LEADERS # Player

Years

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

2004-present 1983-87 1999-2005 1972-79 1960-69 1950-55 1964-67, 69-74 1949-57 1977-82 1973-81, 87 1993-95 1967-72 1957-63 1989-93 1972-76 1988-89 1974-78 1985-88 1956-61 1947-51 1969-73 1956-61 1937-41 1940, 45-49 1955-58 1952-56 1982-86 1988-92 1980-88 1996-97 1959-62 1962-72 1963-65 1939-42 1979-80 1967-70 1946-48 1940-42, 47-78 1954-60 1949-53

Jackson, Steven Dickerson, Eric Faulk, Marshall McCutcheon, Lawrence Bass, Dick Towler, Dan Josephson, Les Younger, Paul Tyler, Wendell Bryant, Cullen Bettis, Jerome Ellison, Willie Arnett, Jon Gary, Cleveland Bertelsen, Jim Bell, Greg Cappelletti, John White, Charles Wilson, Tom Hoerner, Dick Smith, Larry Marconi, Joe Drake, John Gehrke, Fred Waller, Ron Quinlan, Volney Redden, Barry Delpino, Robert Guman, Mike Phillips, Lawrence Matson, Ollie Gabriel, Roman Wilson, Ben Hall, Parker Peacock, Elvis Mason, Tommy Washington, Ken Magnani, Dante Wade, Bill Smith, Verda

Rush Yards Avg 1,962 1,525 1,447 1,435 1,218 672 797 682 720 802 796 656 688 667 614 568 632 504 389 450 473 398 525 318 285 256 325 371 333 376 249 315 328 312 216 248 140 176 159 208

8,397 7,245 6,959 6,186 5,417 3,493 3,407 3,296 3,266 3,119 3,091 2,901 2,892 2,634 2,466 2,375 2,246 2,133 2,130 2,010 1,908 1,769 1,700 1,591 1,564 1,510 1,490 1,370 1,286 1,265 1,214 1,146 1,136 1,052 1,001 866 859 813 687 669

4.3 4.8 4.8 4.3 4.4 5.2 4.3 4.8 4.5 3.9 3.9 4.4 4.2 3.9 4.0 4.2 3.6 4.2 5.5 4.5 4.0 4.4 3.2 5.0 5.5 5.9 4.6 3.7 3.9 3.4 4.9 3.6 3.5 3.4 4.6 3.5 6.1 4.6 4.3 3.2

LG TD 59t 85t 71t 48 73t 79t 75 75t 69t 26 71t 80t 80t 63 49 47 38 58 60 64 68 75t n/a 72t 76 74 41t 36 18 38 69t 23 39 n/a 36 19 92 71 66t 31

51 56 58 23 34 44 17 17 33 20 13 20 19 24 16 31 15 14 8 28 11 21 24 14 8 10 6 10 11 4 9 28 7 6 7 4 8 1 10 7

1994-2007 1999-2008 1983-93 1999-2005 1948-56 1949-57 2004-present 1965-75 1958-65 1938-40, 42, 44-47 1988-94 1998-2002 1960-69 1968, 73-77 1964-67, 69-74 1978-83 1972-79 1964-70 1950-57 1978-82 1988-90 1988-92 1956-59 1980-88 1960-64 1998-2001 1996-2002 1975-79 1973-82, 87 2003-06 1997-99 1989-93 2009-present 1986-92 1969-76 1987-91 1969-73 1983-87 1965-66 1977-82 1977-81 1961-66, 71-72 1983-87 2002-08 1957-60 1993-96

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 40 42 43 44 45 46

Bruce, Isaac Holt, Torry Ellard, Henry Faulk, Marshall Fears, Tom Hirsch, Elroy Jackson, Steven Snow, Jack Phillips, Jim Benton, Jim Anderson, Willie Proehl, Ricky Bass, Dick Jackson, Harold Josephson, Les Dennard, Preston McCutcheon, Lawrence Truax, Billy Boyd, Bob Miller, Willie Holohan, Pete Delpino, Robert Clarke, Leon Guman, Mike Dale, Carroll Hakim, Az-Zahir Conwell, Ernie Jessie, Ron Bryant, Cullen Curtis, Kevin Lee, Amp Gary, Cleveland Amendola, Danny Johnson, Damone Klein, Bob McGee, Buford Smith, Larry Dickerson, Eric McDonald, Tommy Tyler, Wendell Waddy, Billy McKeever, Marlin Hill, David Looker, Dane Shofner, Del Drayton, Troy

Years

# Player

Receptions 942 869 593 470 400 343 343 340 333 275 259 207 204 200 194 189 184 180 176 163 159 152 151 150 149 148 146 144 142 136 135 133 133 132 128 127 126 123 122 120 120 119 113 112 110 108

Rec 14,109 12,660 9,761 4,071 5,397 6,299 2,753 6,012 4,953 4,566 5,246 2,590 1,841 3,591 1,970 3,066 1,683 2,177 3,611 1,729 1,625 1,574 1,680 1,433 2,663 2,032 1,574 2,386 1,148 1,714 1,514 855 1,060 1,015 1,606 1,008 1,039 912 1,750 1,147 1,963 1,553 1,158 1,224 2,155 1,064

Yards 15.0 14.6 16.5 8.7 13.5 18.4 8.0 17.7 14.9 16.6 20.3 12.5 9.0 18.0 10.2 16.2 9.1 12.1 20.5 10.6 10.2 10.4 11.1 9.6 17.9 13.7 10.8 16.6 8.1 12.6 11.2 6.4 8.0 7.7 12.5 7.9 8.2 7.4 14.3 9.6 16.4 13.1 10.2 10.9 19.6 9.9

Avg 80t 85t 81t 72t 80t 91t 64t 84t 93t 84t 78t 47 53 69t 58 64 50 59t 80t 85t 31 78 70t 60 80t 80t 52 58 39 83t 62 60t 36 27 44 25 38 37t 62 71t 68t 47t 37 41 92t 31

84 74 48 27 38 53 8 45 27 42 26 16 7 36 11 21 12 18 28 15 7 9 12 4 17 16 10 15 3 11 6 5 4 18 15 11 4 2 11 10 10 6 5 5 16 14

LG TD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

# Bruce, Isaac Holt, Torry Ellard, Henry Hirsch, Elroy Snow, Jack Fears, Tom Anderson, Willie Phillips, Jim Benton, Jim Faulk, Marshall Jackson, Harold Dennard, Preston Jackson, Steven Dale, Carroll Proehl, Ricky Jessie, Ron Truax, Billy Shofner, Del Hakim, Az-Zahir Josephson, Les Waddy, Billy Arnett, Jon Bass, Dick Brown, Ron McDonald, Tommy Miller, Willie Curtis, Kevin McCutcheon, Lawrence Clarke, Leon Cox, Aaron Holohan, Pete Klein, Bob Delpino, Robert Conwell, Ernie Kennison, Eddie McKeever, Marlin Lee, Amp Casey, Bernie Guman, Mike Hill, Drew Rentzel, Lance Hickey, Howard Avery, Donnie Looker, Dane McDonald, Shaun Gibson, Brandon

Player 1994-2007 1999-2008 1983-93 1949-57 1965-75 1948-56 1988-94 1958-65 1938-40, 42, 44-47 1999-2005 1968, 73-77 1978-83 2004-present 1960-64 1998-2002 1975-79 1964-70 1957-60 1998-2001 1964-67, 69-74 1977-81 1957-63 1960-69 1984-89, 91 1965-66 1978-82 2003-06 1972-79 1956-59 1988-92 1988-90 1969-77 1988-92 1996-2002 1996-98, 08 1961-66, 71-72 1997-99 1967-68 1980-88 1979-84 1971-72, 74 1941, 45-48 2008-present 2002-08 2003-06 2009-present

Years 942 869 593 343 340 400 259 333 275 470 200 189 343 149 207 144 180 110 148 194 120 175 204 98 122 163 136 184 151 98 159 128 152 146 96 119 135 82 150 60 83 75 100 112 106 106

Rec

Receiving Yards

RAMS ALL-TIME RECEIVING LEADERS 14,109 12,660 9,761 6,299 6,012 5,397 5,246 4,953 4,566 4,071 3,591 3,066 2,753 2,663 2,590 2,386 2,177 2,155 2,032 1,970 1,963 1,911 1,841 1,791 1,750 1,729 1,714 1,683 1,680 1,673 1,625 1,606 1,574 1,574 1,562 1,553 1,514 1,436 1,433 1,347 1,295 1,288 1,263 1,224 1,215 1,209

Yards 15.0 14.6 16.5 18.4 17.7 13.5 20.3 14.9 16.6 8.7 18.0 16.2 8.0 17.9 12.5 16.6 12.1 19.6 13.7 10.2 16.4 10.9 9.0 18.3 14.3 10.6 12.6 9.1 11.1 17.1 10.2 12.5 10.4 10.8 16.3 13.1 11.2 17.5 9.6 22.5 15.6 17.2 12.6 10.9 11.5 11.4

80t 85t 81t 91t 84t 80t 78t 93t 84t 72t 69t 64 64t 80t 47 58 59t 92t 80t 58 68t 75t 53 65t 62 85t 83t 50 70t 69t 31 44 78 52 77t 47t 62 57t 60 74t 41 69 69t 41 52t 41

83 74 48 53 45 38 26 27 42 27 36 21 8 17 16 15 18 16 16 11 10 8 7 13 11 15 11 12 12 8 7 15 9 10 10 6 6 13 4 10 7 16 8 5 4 4

Avg LG TD

RAMS ALL-TIME YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE LEADERS Total # Player

Years

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

1994-2007 1999-2008 2004-present 1999-2005 1983-93 1983-87 1972-79 1960-69 1949-57 1965-75 1948-56 1964-67, 69-74 1988-94 1958-65 1957-63 1938-40, 42, 44-47 1977-82 1949-57 1973-81, 87 1950-55 1993-95 1967-72 1968, 73-77 1950-57 1989-93 1972-76 1974-78 1978-83 1947-51 1969-73 1988-92 1980-88 1960-64 1988-89 1952-56 1998-2002 1956-61 1975-79 1985-88 1937-41 1956-61 1964-70 1998-2001 1957-60 1940, 45-49 1959-62 1977-81 1955-58 1982-86 1984-89, 91 1997-99

42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51

Bruce, Isaac Holt, Torry Jackson, Steven Faulk, Marshall Ellard, Henry Dickerson, Eric McCutcheon, Lawrence Bass, Dick Hirsch, Elroy Snow, Jack Fears, Tom Josephson, Les Anderson, Willie Phillips, Jim Arnett, Jon Benton, Jim Tyler, Wendell Younger, Paul Bryant, Cullen Towler, Dan Bettis, Jerome Ellison, Willie Jackson, Harold Boyd, Bob Gary, Cleveland Bertelsen, Jim Cappelletti, John Dennard, Preston Hoerner, Dick Smith, Larry Delpino, Robert Guman, Mike Dale, Carroll Bell, Greg Quinlan, Volney Proehl, Ricky Wilson, Tom Jessie, Ron White, Charles Drake, John Marconi, Joe Truax, Billy Hakim, Az-Zahir Shofner, Del Gehrke, Fred Matson, Ollie Waddy, Billy Waller, Ron Redden, Barry Brown, Ron Lee, Amp

Rushing

Touch Yards Avg 965 880 2,305 1,917 611 1,648 1,619 1,422 417 342 405 991 262 333 863 283 840 766 944 734 871 746 205 178 800 702 737 201 520 599 523 483 150 616 327 209 435 150 535 566 459 180 170 112 369 314 128 326 381 119 203

14,259 12,717 11,150 11,030 9,816 8,157 7,869 7,258 6,616 6,015 5,412 5,377 5,269 4,953 4,803 4,585 4,413 4,275 4,267 4,158 3,734 3,661 3,608 3,602 3,489 3,480 3,193 3,147 3,018 2,947 2,944 2,719 2,675 2,643 2,628 2,609 2,589 2,438 2,309 2,230 2,230 2,177 2,175 2,146 2,094 2,028 2,027 1,983 1,954 1,918 1,796

14.8 14.5 4.8 5.8 16.1 4.9 4.9 5.1 15.9 17.6 13.4 5.4 20.1 14.9 5.6 16.2 5.3 5.6 4.5 5.7 4.3 4.9 17.6 20.2 4.4 5.0 4.3 15.7 5.8 4.9 5.6 5.6 17.8 4.3 8.0 12.5 6.0 16.3 4.3 3.9 4.9 12.1 12.8 19.2 5.7 6.5 15.8 6.1 5.1 16.1 8.8

Att 23 11 1,962 1,447 18 1,525 1,435 1,218 74 2 5 797 3 0 688 8 720 682 802 672 796 656 5 2 667 614 632 12 450 473 371 333 1 568 256 2 389 6 504 525 398 0 22 2 318 249 8 285 325 21 75

Receiving

Yards Avg 150 57 8,397 6,959 55 7,245 6,186 5,417 317 3 15 3,407 23 0 2,892 19 3,266 3,296 3,119 3,493 3,091 2,901 17 -9 2,634 2,466 2,246 81 2,010 1,908 1,370 1,286 12 2,375 1,510 19 2,130 52 2,133 1,700 1,769 0 143 -9 1,591 1,214 64 1,564 1,490 127 282

6.5 5.2 4.3 4.8 3.1 4.8 4.3 4.4 4.3 1.5 3.0 4.3 7.7 0.0 4.2 2.4 4.5 4.8 3.9 5.2 3.9 4.4 3.4 -4.5 3.9 4.0 3.6 6.8 4.5 4.0 3.7 3.9 12.0 4.2 5.9 9.5 5.5 8.7 4.2 3.2 4.4 0.0 6.5 -4.5 5.0 4.9 8.0 5.5 4.6 6.0 3.8

Rec Yards Avg 942 14,109 869 12,660 343 2,753 470 4,071 593 9,761 123 912 184 1,683 204 1,841 343 6,299 340 6,012 400 5,397 194 1,970 259 5,246 333 4,953 175 1,911 275 4,566 120 1,147 84 979 142 1,148 62 665 75 643 90 760 200 3,591 176 3,611 133 855 88 1,014 105 947 189 3,066 70 1,008 126 1,039 152 1,574 150 1,433 149 2,663 48 268 71 1,118 207 2,590 46 459 144 2,386 31 176 41 530 61 461 180 2,177 148 2,032 110 2,155 51 503 65 814 120 1,963 41 419 56 464 98 1,791 128 1,514

15.0 14.6 8.0 8.7 16.5 7.4 9.1 9.0 18.4 17.7 13.5 10.2 20.3 14.9 10.9 16.6 9.6 11.7 8.1 10.7 8.6 8.4 18.0 20.5 6.4 11.5 9.0 16.2 14.4 8.2 10.4 9.6 17.9 5.6 15.7 12.5 10.0 16.6 5.7 12.9 7.6 12.1 13.7 19.6 9.9 12.5 16.4 10.2 8.3 18.3 11.8

1994-2007 1999-2008 1983-93 2004-present 1999-2005 1960-69 1983-87 1957-63 1972-79 1973-81, 87 1949-57 1965-75 1984-89, 91 1948-56 1988-94 1964-67, 69-74 1977-82 1958-65 1979-84 2009-present 1967-72 1938-40, 42, 44-47 1972-76 1949-57 1950-55 1988-92 1956-61 1949-53 1950-55 1993-95 1950-57 1998-2000 1968, 73-77 1989-93 1998-2001 1952-56 1982-86 1955-58 1974-78 1978-83

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Bruce, Isaac Holt, Torry Ellard, Henry Jackson, Steven Faulk, Marshall Bass, Dick Dickerson, Eric Arnett, Jon McCutcheon, Lawrence Bryant, Cullen Hirsch, Elroy Snow, Jack Brown, Ron Fears, Tom Anderson, Willie Josephson, Les Tyler, Wendell Phillips, Jim Hill, Drew Amendola, Danny Ellison, Willie Benton, Jim Bertelsen, Jim Younger, Paul Towler, Dan Delpino, Robert Wilson, Tom Smith, Verda Lewis, Woodley Bettis, Jerome Boyd, Bob Horne, Tony Jackson, Harold Gary, Cleveland Hakim, Az-Zahir Quinlan, Volney Redden, Barry Waller, Ron Cappelletti, John Dennard, Preston

Years

# Player 966 883 765 2,309 1,919 1,500 1,648 1,042 1,620 1,080 417 342 288 405 263 997 867 333 236 331 788 288 782 767 742 584 489 399 282 871 190 156 205 801 285 358 445 431 742 201

14,311 12,732 11,707 11,229 11,048 8,936 8,157 8,076 7,875 6,734 6,606 6,015 5,836 5,412 5,278 5,068 4,983 4,953 4,825 4,711 4,672 4,605 4,421 4,299 4,224 4,137 3,999 3,956 3,798 3,734 3,732 3,638 3,608 3,493 3,492 3,410 3,344 3,294 3,249 3,147

14.8 14.4 15.3 4.9 5.8 6.0 4.9 7.8 4.9 6.2 15.8 17.6 20.3 13.4 20.1 5.1 5.7 14.9 20.4 14.2 5.9 16.0 5.7 5.6 5.7 7.1 8.2 9.9 13.5 4.3 19.6 23.3 17.6 4.4 12.3 9.5 7.5 7.6 4.4 15.7

Touch Yards Avg

Total 23 11 18 1,962 1,447 1,218 1,525 688 1,435 802 74 2 21 5 3 797 720 0 2 10 656 8 614 682 672 371 389 208 47 796 2 2 5 667 22 246 325 285 632 12

Att 150 57 55 8,397 6,959 5,417 7,245 2,892 6,186 3,119 317 3 127 15 23 3,407 3,266 0 18 79 2,901 19 2,466 3,296 3,493 1,370 2,130 664 188 3,091 -9 6 17 2,634 143 1,489 1,490 1,564 2,246 81

6.5 5.2 3.1 4.3 4.8 4.4 4.8 4.2 4.3 3.9 4.3 1.5 6.0 3.0 7.7 4.3 4.5 0.0 9.0 7.9 4.4 2.4 4.0 4.8 5.2 3.7 5.5 3.2 4.0 3.9 -4.5 3.0 3.4 3.9 6.5 6.1 4.6 5.5 3.6 6.8

Yards Avg

Rushing 942 14,109 869 12,660 593 9,761 343 2,753 470 4,071 204 1,841 123 912 175 1,911 184 1,683 142 1,148 343 6,289 340 6,012 98 1,791 400 5,397 259 5,246 194 1,570 120 1,147 333 4,953 60 1,347 133 1,060 90 760 275 4,566 88 1,014 84 979 62 665 152 1,574 46 459 59 1,025 21 218 75 643 176 3,611 4 32 200 3,591 133 855 148 2,032 68 1,084 56 464 41 419 105 947 189 3,066

15.0 1 14.6 3 16.5 135 8.0 0 8.7 0 9.0 24 7.4 0 10.9 75 9.1 0 8.1 71 18.3 0 17.7 0 18.3 0 13.5 0 20.3 0 8.1 0 9.6 0 14.9 0 22.5 3 8.0 72 8.4 0 16.6 0 11.5 74 11.7 0 10.7 1 10.4 0 10.0 3 17.4 75 10.4 106 8.6 0 20.5 5 8.0 7 18.0 0 6.4 0 13.7 112 15.9 20 8.3 0 10.2 57 9.0 0 16.2 0

52 15 1,527 0 0 263 0 683 0 707 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 812 0 0 821 0 0 0 28 814 817 0 26 23 0 0 1,280 277 0 165 0 0

52.0 5.0 11.3 0.0 0.0 11.0 0.0 9.1 0.0 10.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.3 11.3 0.0 0.0 11.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.3 10.9 7.7 0.0 5.2 3.3 0.0 0.0 11.4 13.9 0.0 2.9 0.0 0.0

PR Yards Avg

Punt Returns

(1941-present)

Rec Yards Avg

Receiving

RAMS ALL-TIME ALL-PURPOSE YARDS LEADERS Kickoff Returns 0 0 19 4 2 54 0 104 1 65 0 0 169 0 1 6 27 0 171 116 42 5 6 1 7 61 51 57 108 0 7 143 0 1 3 24 64 48 5 0

0 0 364 79 18 1,415 0 2,590 6 1,760 0 0 3,918 0 9 91 570 0 3,438 2,760 1,011 20 120 24 66 1,193 1,382 1,453 2,575 0 104 3,577 0 4 37 560 1,390 1,146 56 0

0.0 0.0 19.2 19.8 9.0 26.2 0.0 24.9 6.0 27.1 0.0 0.0 23.2 0.0 9.0 15.2 21.1 0.0 20.1 23.8 24.1 4.0 20.0 24.0 9.4 19.6 27.1 25.5 23.8 0.0 14.9 25.0 0.0 4.0 12.3 23.3 21.7 23.9 11.2 0.0

KR Yards Avg

RAMS ALL-TIME INTERCEPTION LEADERS (1940-present) # Player

Years

1 2 3 4 5

1959-70 1977-87 1980-89 1991-2000 1954-60 1965-72 1975-82 1994-2000 1971-79 1976-82 1950-55 1974-78 1985-91 2005-present 1955-59 1980-89 1945-52 1997-2002 1971-78 1952-53 1957-70 1975-77 1954-62 1969-72 1949-52 1951-53 1960-63 1973-84 1999-2002 1939-42, 44-47 1961-64 1973-74 1989-94 1983-90 1946-47 1948-55 1951-53 1966-70 1988-94 1940, 45-49 1949-50 1952-55 1997-98 1955-56 1965-67 1971-72 1984-85 2001-06 2001-2004 1948-51 2005-present

9 10 11 12

13 16 19 20

23 25 26

30

35

40

44

50

Meador, Ed Cromwell, Nolan Irvin, LeRoy Lyght, Todd Sherman, Will Williams, Clarence Perry, Rod Lyle, Keith Elmendorf, Dave Thomas, Pat Lewis, Woodley Simpson, Bill Gray, Jerry Atogwe, Oshiomogho Burroughs, Don Johnson, Johnnie Waterfield, Bob McCleon, Dexter Robertson, Isaiah Lane, Dick Pardee, Jack Jackson, Monte Richter, Les Nettles, Jim Williams, Jerry Rich, Herb Britt, Charley Youngblood, Jim Bly, Dre' Matheson, Riley Crow, Lindon Stukes, Charlie Henley, Darryl Newsome, Vince Harmon, Tom Paul, Don Hecker, Norb Baughan, Maxie Newman, Anthony Gehrke, Fred Sims, George Dwyer, Jack McNeil, Ryan Cason, Jim Lamson, Chuck Howard, Gene Green, Gary Butler, Jerametrius Williams, Aeneas Keane, Tom Bartell, Ron

Int Yards Avg LG TD 46 37 34 31 28 28 28 28 27 26 23 22 22 22 21 21 20 20 18 17 17 17 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8

547 671 654 359 515 428 386 336 421 292 416 391 350 340 213 419 265 140 266 307 247 259 206 356 175 307 241 262 247 91 240 194 119 227 233 173 215 104 164 108 83 169 164 104 77 125 172 87 154 52 102

11.9 18.1 19.2 11.6 18.4 15.3 13.8 12.0 15.6 11.2 18.1 17.8 15.9 15.5 10.1 20.0 13.3 7.0 14.8 18.1 14.5 15.2 12.9 22.3 11.7 21.9 17.2 18.7 17.6 7.6 20.0 16.2 9.9 18.9 21.2 15.7 19.5 9.5 14.9 10.8 8.3 16.9 16.4 11.6 8.56 13.9 19.1 9.7 17.1 6.5 12.8

38t 94 81t 57t 95t 65t 83t 68 57t 64 45t 42 59t 52t 46 99t 40 43 76 80 46t 46 25 44 25 97 73 36 93t 45 65t 42 25 81 85 32 50 31 58 41 27 76t 75t 29 44t 55 60 45 46t 25t 38t

5 4 5 4 3 2 4 0 2 1 1 0 3 1 0 4 0 0 2 2 4 3 0 1 2 2 1 4 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 1

RAMS ALL-TIME PASSING LEADERS Cmp Yds/ # Player

Years

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

1986-93 2001-2009 1962-72 1949-57 1998-2003 1945-52 1977-84 1976-81 1954-60 1996-98 1973-76 1994-95 2010-present 1939-42 1961-63 1964-67 1993-96, 2001-02, 04-05 1973-74 1958-61 1985 1999-2000; 2008 1981-85 1946-48 1994, 2004 1995, 97 1984-87, 89 1993 2006-07 1937-38 1944-46 2009 1998 2005-06 1974-76 1981 1986 1942-45 1939-41 1977

Everett, Jim Bulger, Marc Gabriel, Roman Van Brocklin, Norm Warner, Kurt Waterfield, Bob Ferragamo, Vince Haden, Pat Wade, Bill Banks, Tony Harris, James Miller, Chris Bradford, Sam Hall, Parker Bratkowski, Zeke Munson, Bill Martin, Jamie Hadl, John Ryan, Frank Brock, Dieter Green, Trent Kemp, Jeff Hardy, Jim Chandler, Chris Rypien, Mark Dils, Steve Rubley, T.J. Frerotte, Gus Snyder, Robert Reisz, Albie Boller, Kyle Bono, Steve Fitzpatrick, Ryan Jaworski, Ron Pastorini, Dan Bartkowski, Steve Jacobs, Jack Slovak, Martin Namath, Joe

Att 3,277 3,145 3,313 1,897 1,688 1,618 1,288 1,363 1,116 1,263 652 722 786 721 531 550 430 373 373 365 312 353 332 238 256 250 189 170 153 134 176 136 135 124 152 126 98 109 107

Cmp 1,847 1,981 1,705 1,011 1,121 814 730 731 602 685 361 405 458 329 279 287 290 188 181 218 183 173 159 143 148 119 108 95 61 57 98 69 76 54 64 61 46 57 50

Yards 23,758 22,814 22,223 16,114 14,447 11,893 9,376 9,296 8,572 8,333 5,220 4,727 4,689 4,013 3,559 3,556 2,966 2,688 2,674 2,658 2,588 2,395 2,063 1,815 1,718 1,383 1,338 1,041 1,009 923 899 807 777 719 719 654 652 638 606

Pct 56.4% 63.0% 51.5% 53.3% 66.4% 50.3% 56.7% 53.6% 53.9% 54.2% 55.4% 56.1% 58.3% 45.6% 52.5% 52.2% 67.4% 50.4% 48.5% 59.7% 58.7% 49.0% 47.9% 60.1% 57.8% 47.6% 57.1% 55.9% 39.9% 42.5% 55.7% 50.7% 56.3% 43.5% 42.1% 48.4% 46.9% 52.3% 46.7%

TD

Int

Att TD

Pct

Int

7.25 7.25 6.71 8.49 8.56 7.35 7.28 6.82 7.68 6.60 8.01 6.55 5.97 5.57 6.70 6.47 6.90 7.21 7.17 7.28 8.29 6.78 6.21 7.63 6.71 5.53 7.08 6.12 6.59 6.89 5.11 5.93 5.76 5.80 4.73 5.19 6.65 5.85 5.66

4.33% 3.88% 4.65% 6.22% 6.04% 6.12% 5.43% 3.82% 5.02% 2.85% 5.06% 4.71% 2.67% 4.16% 3.77% 3.82% 3.49% 7.24% 4.02% 4.38% 5.13% 3.97% 6.33% 3.78% 3.52% 4.00% 4.23% 4.12% 5.88% 6.72% 1.70% 3.68% 2.96% 0.81% 1.32% 1.59% 6.12% 3.67% 2.80%

123 3.75% 81t 93 2.96% 80t 112 3.38% 93t 127 6.69% 84 65 3.85% 85t 128 7.91% 91 71 5.51% 85t 60 4.40% 68t 68 6.09% 93 42 3.33% 80t 27 4.14% 80 29 4.02% 72 17 2.16% 68 67 9.29% 59 35 6.59% 84t 33 6.00% 95t 19 4.42% 83t 17 4.56% 69 23 6.17% 96t 13 3.56% 64t 11 3.53% 64 10 2.83% 63t 21 6.33% 69 10 4.20% 72t 10 3.91% 62 9 3.60% 65t 6 3.17% 54 12 7.06% 38 15 9.80% n/a 13 9.70% 70 6 3.41% 35 4 2.94% 47 8 5.93% 56t 8 6.45% 42 14 9.21% 46 2 1.59% 42 6 6.12% 67 18 16.51% n/a 5 4.67% 42

142 122 154 118 102 99 70 52 56 36 33 34 21 30 20 21 15 27 15 16 16 14 21 9 9 10 8 7 9 9 3 5 4 1 2 2 6 4 3

Pct

LG Rtg 78.1 85.3 74.3 74.7 97.2 62.1 74.8 69.6 71.0 70.4 81.2 75.1 75.4 38.5 58.9 60.2 80.2 79.3 60.1 82.0 87.9 72.6 62.6 79.0 73.7 63.1 80.1 42.8 42.8 49.0 66.6 69.1 58.2 38.3 22.9 62.7 63.2 41.9 54.5

GAME SUMMARIES

Weather W:eather Sunny,: 73°, Indoors Wind -A NW ttendance 5 - Attendance : 56,722: -67,610 Time: -3:15 Time: 3:15

Philadelphia Seattle 28, 31, StS.tlouis . louis 0 13 September September 11, 2011 13, - Edward 2009 - Qwest Jones Field Dome- Seattle - St. Louis, Mo

C. Little L. Long G. Robbins F. Gibson C. Bannan J. Ryan J. Hall D. Chamberlain C. Vobora J. Laurinaitis W.King J. Witherspoon R. Bartell J. Wade B. Fletcher J. Butler C. Dahl O. Mikell Q. Atogwe

Philadelphia Seattle Seahawks Eagles WR J.Maclin N. Burleson LE LDE LT J.Peters S. Locklear LT LDT LG E.Mathis R. Sims RT RDT C S. Vallos J.Kelce RE MLB RG K.DeVan M. Unger OLB SLB RT T.Herremans R. Willis MLB WLB TE B.Celek J. Carlson OLB LCB WR D.Jackson T. Houshmanzade RCB LCB QB J.Avant FB M. Hasselbeck RCB SS FB L.McCoy RB J. Griffith SS FS RB M. QB J. Jones Vick FS DE

Starting Lineups J. Babin C. Redding B. Mebane C. Jenkins C. Cole M. Patterson P. Kerney C. Mathews L. Chaney J. Hill L. Tatupu M. Foku A. Samuel Curry J. Wilson N. Asomugha K. J. Page Lucas D. Grant K.Coleman J. Babineaux T. Cole

VISITOR Philadelphia St. Louis Rams Eagles HOME Washington Redskins ST. LOUIS RAMS None Clock TEAM Qtr Clock Time TEAM RAMS Qtr 1 11:14 Time SEAHAWKS 1 Eagles 2 5:45 8:13 SEAHAWKS 1 Eagles 2 0:12 4:01 RAMS 2 10:06 SEAHAWKS 2 Eagles 4 5:02 0:05 SEAHAWKS 3 Eagles 4 3:42 5:41 RAMS 3 1:09 Eagles 4 8:46

2 3 0 14 3

3 0 7 14 3

4 7 0 0

OT 0 0

TOTAL 31 0 28 13

Home Home 7 7 7 14 10 21 10 28 10 13 13

FIELD GOALS A. Henery (34) None Jo. Brown (49) 47WR (23)

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Visitor Play (Extra47Point) S.Jackson yd. run (Drive (JoshInfo) Brown kick) (1-47, 0:08) Visitor 0 J.Carlson71yd L.McCoy yd.pass passfrom fromM.Vick M.Hasselbeck (A.Henery (O.Mare kick) (8-80, kick) 3:01) (13-73,6:15) 7 0 N. Burleson J.Parker 56 yd. 12 yd. fumble passreturn from (A.Henery M.Hasselbeck kick) (O.Mare kick) 14 Josh (12-69, Brown 3:55) 49 yd. Field Goal (11-42, 3:57) 14 0 J.Carlson 34 A.Henery 33 yd. Field pass Goal from M.Hasselbeck (14-49, 3:35) (O.Mare kick) (7-99, 3:55) 17 0 J.Jones 62 6yd. D.Jackson yd.run pass (O.Mare from M.Vick kick) (1-62, (A.Henery 0:10) kick) (7-63, 3:33) 24 0 Josh Brown 23 yd. Field Goal (10-74, 4:32) 24 L.McCoy 49 yd. run (A.Henery kick) (5-85, 2:00) 31

1 14 0 0 7

Scoring Summary

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P QB5 4D.Jones, A.Feeley, WRP 14 5 D.Jones, K. Burton, WR WR 1019 M.Sims-Walker, D. Stanley, S 27 WRD.Roach, 15 D.Curry, CB 32 S 20 J. D. King, CB 32 B.CB Stewart, Fletcher, 31 A. Harris, RB 34 RB K.Darby, 33 C. RB Williams, 35 S. Gado, RB 34 CB J.Norwood, 36 Q. Butler, S 37 LS J. Butler, 45 C.Massey, LS 44 J.McQuaide, TE 46 D. Fells, FBTE 49 47 B.Miller, B. Bajema, LB 50 LB 53 Q.Culberson, B.Kehl, LB 51 B.Poppinga, LB 57 C.Chamberlain, LB 56 J.Hull,LB LB59 59L.B.Leber, Grant, GC 66 67 M. D.Miller, Setterstrom, DT 71 DE G.Gibson, 72 C. Long, G 73 TA.Goldberg, 73 A.Goldberg, TE 81DTS.Spach, 93 H. Thomas, WR 87 G.Salas, DT 97 D. DEScott, 92 E.Sims, DE 98 DT C. Ah 97 You D.Scott, DE 99 C. Ah You



St. Louis Rams WR B. L. Robinson Gibson LE LDE LT R. A. Barron Saffold UT LDT LG J. Bell NT RDT C J. Brown Ja. Brown RE RDE RG H. R. Dahl Incognito SLB RT J. Smith MLB TE B. R. Bajema McMichael WLB WR D. Amendola Avery LCB QB S. M. Bradford Bulger RCB FB L. TE M.Kendricks Karney FS RB S. Jackson SS

The Rams opened the 2011 season at home against NFC East opponent the Philadelphia Eagles, losing 13-31. The Rams started out strong when RB Steven Jackson rushed up the middle 47 yards for touchdown on the the first offensive play of the game for an early 7-0 lead. On that play, Jackson strained his quad and did not return. QB Sam Bradford, completed 17-of-30 attempts for 188 yards, for a 75.4 rating before the leaving the game with a hand injury in the fourth quarter. RB Cadillac Williams took over at running back and rushed 19 times for 91 yards, a 4.8-yard average. Williams also lead the team in receiving yards catching five passes for 49 yards. In total, Williams contributed 24 touches for 140 total yards. Williams’ 91 yards were the most he’s gained in a game since he rushed for 129 as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on 1/3/10 against the Atlanta Falcons. WR Danny Amendola split the lead in the receptions, also bringing in five for 45 yards and extending his streak to 24-consecutive games with at least one reception. Amendola left the game in the fourth quarter with an elbow injury. On the defensive side, S Craig Dahl lead the team in tackles, collecting eight (six solo). S Quintin Mikell made his Rams’ debut contributing three solo tackles and a takedown of Eagles’ QB Michael Vick, forcing him to fumble. The fumble was recovered by LB James Laurinaitis at the St. Louis 21-yard line. CB Justin King logged his first career sack. DE Chris Long sacked Vick on the opening drive to push his career total to 18.5. Josh Brown kicked a 49-yard field goal in the second quarter and a 23-yard kick in the third to make him 2-for-3 on the day. After gaining an early 7-0, the Eagles responded with two touchdowns. In the second quarter, each team exchanged field goals to give the Eagles a 17-10 lead at the half. In the second half, the Eagles put up 14 points to the Rams’ three, bringing the final deficit to 10-31.

1

ATT 19 2 1 3 1 26

YDS 91 56 12 10 -15 154

LG 31 21 31

PLAYER C.Dahl J.Laurinaitis B.Fletcher J.King Q.Mikell R.Bartell B.Leber C.Ah You D.Stewart

T 8 6 6 6 3 2 2 2 2

S 6 5 5 5 3 2 2 1 1

FC 0 0

TD 0 0 A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1-6 0-0 0 0 0 0 1-9 0-0 0 1 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

237

7.6

187 13.4

TOTAL

PLAYER E.Sims J.Hall C.Long C.Chamberlain D.Scott J.Bannan F.Robbins B.Poppinga

NO YDS AVG 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

2 TD

3-20

0-0

FC 0 0

FC 1 1

2

LG 18 18

LG 0 0

1

1

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

S A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1-5 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

45 36 9

T 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

41 NO YDS AVG LG

TD 1 0 1 0 0 0

0

IN 0

1

NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 3 109 36.3 36.3 0/0 39 3 109 36.3 36.3 0/0 39





KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG D.Lewis 2 36 18.0 Total 2 36 18.0

PUNT RETURNS D.Jackson Total

PUNTING C.Henry Total

INTERCEPTIONS None



14

41

Total

2

NO YDS AVG LG 6 102 17.0 41 3 40 13.3 20 2 15 7.5 8 1 20 20.0 20 1 13 13.0 13 1 -3 -3.0 -3

187 3/20

LG 41

49

RECEIVING D.Jackson J.Avant L.McCoy J.Maclin B.Celek D.Lewis

14

32

31

Total



ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 32 14 187 3/20 2

PASSING M.Vick

Total

TD 1 0 0 0

EAGLES 0-0 36.3 0 0-0 2-36 0-0 8-91 1-1 4 1 2 4-4 4-4 1-1 2-4-50% 2-2-100% 0 31 30:14

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG L.McCoy 15 122 8.1 49 M.Vick 10 98 9.8 19 D.Lewis 2 10 5.0 6 R.Brown 4 7 1.8 8

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

LG 29 29

TD 0 0 KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG J.Norwood 4 105 26.3 Total 4 105 26.3

LG 0 0

FC 0 0

NO YDS AVG 1 0 0.0 1 0 0.0

TD

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IN 0 0 0

TD 0 1 0 0 0 1

PUNT RETURNS D. Amendola Total

NO YDS AVG LG

NO YDS AVG LG 5 49 9.8 16 5 45 9.0 18 3 50 16.7 31 2 21 10.5 19 1 21 21.0 21 1 18 18.0 18 1 5 5.0 5 18 209 11.6 31

TD 0 0 0

AVG LG 4.8 16 28.0 47 12.0 12 3.3 7 -15.0 -15 5.9 47

NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 4 169 42.3 32.3 2/1 61 4 169 42.3 32.3 2/1 61



RAMS FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 32.3 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 0 No. and Yards Punt Returns 1-0 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 5-115 No. and Yards Interception Returns 0-0 PENALTIES Number and Yards 9-60 FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-1 TOUCHDOWNS 1 Rushing 1 Passing 0 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 1-1 Kicking Made-Attempts 1-1 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 2-3 RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 13 TIME OF POSSESSION 29:46

Final Individual Statistics

PUNTING D.Jones Total

INTERCEPTIONS None

RECEIVING C.Williams D. Amendola B.Gibson B.Bajema G.Salas L.Kendricks M.Sims-Walker Total

PASSING ATT CMP YDS SK/YD S. Bradford 30 17 188 4/22 A.Feeley 5 1 21 1/6 Total 35 18 209 5/28

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING C.Williams S.Jackson B.Miller J. Norwood S.Bradford Total

EAGLES 27 12 11 4 8-12-67% 0-1-0% 404 66 6.1 237 31 7.6 4-11 167 3-20 187 32-14-0 4.8 6-5-1 3-36.3 0

Final Team Statistics RAMS TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 21 By Rushing 6 By Passing 11 By Penalty 4 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-12-17% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-3-67% TOTAL NET YARDS 335 Total Offensive Plays 66 Average gain per offensive play 5.1 NET YARDS RUSHING 154 Total Rushing Plays 26 Average gain per rushing play 5.9 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 3-17 NET YARDS PASSING 181 Times thrown 5-28 Gross yards passing 209 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 35-18-0 Avg gain per pass play 4.5 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 4-4-2 PUNTS Number and Average 4-42.3 Had Blocked 0

Weather: Clear, 60°, Wind N 6 - Attendance: 78,290 - Time: 3:03

louis 16 September 19, 2011 MetLife Stadium -- East Rutherford, New Jersey

New York Giants 28, St.

C. Little L. Long G. Robbins F. Gibson C. Bannan J. Ryan J. Hall D. Poppinga B. Vobora J. Laurinaitis W.Leber B. Witherspoon R. King J. Bartell J. Wade B. Fletcher J. Butler C. Dahl Q. O. Mikell Atogwe

Seattle New York Seahawks Giants WR M. N. Burleson Manningham LE DE LT W. S. Locklear Beatty DT LT LG D. R. Diehl Sims RT DT C S. Vallos D. Baas RE DE RG C. M. Snee Unger OLB RT K. R. McKenzie Willis MLB TE J. Ballard Carlson OLB WR H. T. Houshmanzade Nicks LCB CB QB E. M. Manning Hasselbeck RCB CB FB H. J. Griffith Hynoski SS FS RB A. J. Jones Bradshaw FS SS J. Tuck C. Redding L. B. Joseph Mebane C. Canty Cole P. Pierre-Paul J. Kerney L. Hill M. Kiwanuka L. Tatupu G. Jones A. Curry M. Boley J. Wilson C. Webster K. Ross A. Lucas D. Phillips K. Grant J. Babineaux A. Rolle

Giants RAMS

3 3

6:19 1:18

VISITOR ST. St. Louis LOUIS Rams RAMS HOME Washington Redskins New York Giants None Clock TEAM Qtr Clock Time TEAM RAMS Qtr 1 Time 9:14 Giants 1 5:47 SEAHAWKS 2 5:45 RAMS 1 3:21 SEAHAWKS 2 0:12 Giants 2 10:58 Giants 2 0:21 SEAHAWKS 4 5:02 RAMS 3 11:49 SEAHAWKS 4 3:42

2 0 14

3 10 0 14 7

4 0 0

OT 0 0

TOTAL 16 0 28 Visitor

FIELD GOALS None Jo. Brown (21)(25)(27)

Josh. Play (Extra Brown 21 Point) yd. Field (Drive Goal Info) (9-84, 3:19) Visitor 3 H.Nicks 3 yd. pass fromfrom E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (5-38, 3 J.Carlson 1 yd. pass M.Hasselbeck (O.Mare kick)2:17) (13-73,6:15) 0 Josh. Brown 25 2:26) (O.Mare kick) 6 N. Burleson 12 yd. yd.Field passGoal from(10-67, M.Hasselbeck M. Boley 3:55) 65 yd. fumble return (L. Tynes kick) 6 (12-69, 0 D. Hixon 2233yd.yd. pass from E. Manning (L.Tynes kick)(8-86, 6 J.Carlson pass from M.Hasselbeck (O.Mare kick)2:37) (7-99, 3:55) 0 Josh. Brown 27 yd. Goalkick) (8-60,(1-62, 3:11) 0:10) 9 J.Jones 62 yd. runField (O.Mare 0 B. Jacobs 9 yd. run (L. Tynes kick)(10-81, 5:30) 9 D. Alexander 19 yd. pass from S. Bradford (Josh.Brown kick)(13-72, 5:01) 16

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info)

1 6 0 0 7

Scoring Summary

7

28 28

14 14 21 21 21 28

Home Home 0 77

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 14 15 K. D. Burton, Curry, SWR 20 19 D. Stewart, D. Stanley, CBS3127A.D.Roach, Harris, RB CB3432J.J. King, CB 32 B. Fletcher, Norwood, RB 35 Q.RB Porter, 34 K.Darby, DB 36 T.RBAtchinson 35 S. Gado, S 37CB J. Butler, 36 Q. Butler, LS 44LS J. McQuaide, 45 C.Massey, TE TE 47 46 B. Bajema, D. Fells, FB TE 49 47 B. B. Miller, Bajema, LB LB 50 53 Kehl, B. Q.Culberson, LB 56 J. LB Hull, 57LB C.Chamberlain, 57 C. Chamberlain, LB 59 C/G L. Grant, 64 T.GWragge, 66 M. Setterstrom, DT 71 G. Gibson, DE 72 G C.73 Long, A. Goldberg, T 73 A.Goldberg, WR 84 D. DTAlexander, 93 H. Thomas, WR 87 G.DT Salas, 97 D.DE Scott, 92 E.DE Sims, 98 C.DEAh94You R. Quinn, DT 97 D.Scott



St. Louis Rams WR B. L. Robinson Gibson LE LDE LT M. TE A. Barron Hoomanawanui LDT UT LG R. LT J. Bell Saffold NT RDT C LG J. Bell Brown RE RDE RG Jas. C R. Incognito Brown SLB RT H. RG J. Smith Dahl MLB TE J. RT R. Smith McMichael WLB WR L. TE D. Kendricks Avery LCB QB M. Sims-Walker WR Bulger RCB FB S. QB M. Bradford Karney FS RB C. S. Jackson Williams SS

Starting Lineups

The Rams faced the New York Giants in their first Monday Night Football game in five years, losing the contest 28-16. Prior to this game, the Rams had fallen even on Monday Night Games, totaling a 27-27 record beginning in 1968. The Rams jumped out to a early 3-0 lead after a S Quintin Mikell interception set up a 21-yard field goal by K Josh Brown. On the ensuing possession, the Rams forced the Giants into a three-and-out, but rookie PR Greg Salas muffed the punt and the Giants recovered. The fumble recovery led to a 3-yard touchdown pass from QB Eli Manning to WR hakeem Nicks to give the Giants a 7-3 lead. The Rams pulled within one point when Brown hit his second field goal of the night, but LB Michael Boley recovered a RB Carnell Williams fumble and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown, giving the Giants a 14-6 lead. The Giants scored again before halftime, a 22-yard touchdown reception by WR Domenik Hixon. The Rams made a field goal on their first possession of the second half, while the Giants answered with a 9-yard touchdown run by RB Brandon Jacobs. With less than two minutes left to play in the third quarter, QB Sam Bradford connected with WR Danario Alexander for a 19-yard touchdown, bringing the score to 28-16. Neither team scoed in the final period. The touchdown reception was one of three for Alexander on the night, which netted him a career-high 122 yards. The performance marked the first time the Rams have had a 100-yard receiver since Mark Clayton caught 10 passes for 119 yards against Arizona (9/12/10). The completion was one of 22 for Bradford for a career-high 331 yards. The last time the Rams had a 300-yard passer and a 100-yard receiver was when QB Gus Frerotte passed for 311 yards and WR Torry Holt gained 135 yards receving vs. Atlanta (12/2/07). First-round draft pick DE Robert Quinn made his first sack of his career, bringing down Manning in the third quarter for an 8-yard loss. Veteran DEs James Hall and Chris Long also added a sack a piece.

1 2

PLAYER J. Laurinaitis J. King Q. Mikell D. Stewart B. Fletcher B. Poppinga J. Hall C. Dahl B. Leber

T 14 9 7 7 6 0 4 4 4

S 9 8 6 3 5 4 3 2 2

FC 0 0

LG 32 32

LG 29 29

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

NO 2 1 3

A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1-0 1 0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1-9 0-0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

0

TOTAL

PLAYER C. Long C. Chamberlain R. Quinn F. Robbins D. Scott J. Butler E. Sims

YDS AVG 13 6.5 4 4.0 17 5.7

S 0 2 0 1 1 1 0

0

LG

0

TD

TD 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

IN 1 1

TD 0 1 0 0 1

3-19

1-0

FC 0 0

FC 1 1 2

3

LG 27 27

LG 7 4 7

0

0

TD 0 0

TD 0 0 0

A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 3 1-2 0-0 1 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 1-8 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

74 52 22

T 3 3 2 2 2 1 1

0.0

LG 23 31 8 22 10 17 13 8 31

LG 31 31

LG 15 9 12 -1 15

GIANTS SEAHAWKS 0-0 39.0 40.4 17 28 3-17 4-28 2-51 1-20 0-0 5-55 4-25 0-0 2-1 4 1 32 4-4 4-4 0-0 2-2-100% 2-3-67% 2-2-100% 1-1-100% 0 28 34:12 32:27

YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 322 46.0 39.0 1/2 61 322 46.0 39.0 1/2 61

0

NO YDS AVG

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG D. Thomas 2 51 25.5 Total 2 51 25.5

PUNT RETURNS A. Ross D. Hixon Total

PUNTING S.Lechler Total

NO 7 7



Total



INTERCEPTIONS

NO YDS AVG 5 45 9.0 3 56 18.7 3 15 5.0 2 29 14.5 2 17 8.5 1 17 17.0 1 13 13.0 1 8 8.0 29 18 200

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 29 18 200 3/19 2 29 18 200 3/19 2 RECEIVING A. Bradshaw M. Manningham H. Nicks D. Hixon V. Cruz B. Jacobs J. Ballard H. Hynoski Total

PASSING E. Manning Total

NEW YORK GIANTS RUSHING A. Bradshaw B. Jacobs D. Ware E. Manning Total

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG Q. Porter 4 90 22.5 Total 4 90 22.5

FC 3 3

NO 2 2

PUNT RETURNS G. Salas Total

YDS AVG 29 14.5 29 14.5

YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 313 44.7 42.3 0/1 58 313 44.7 42.3 0/1 58

NO 7 7

TD 0 0 PUNTING D.Jones Total

LG 0 0

NO YDS AVG 1 0 0.0 1 0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 INTERCEPTIONS Q. Mikell Total

LG 33 18 17 68 6 26 8 68

NO YDS AVG 6 92 15.3 4 52 13.0 4 27 6.8 3 122 40.7 3 4 1.3 1 26 26.0 1 8 8.0 22 221 15.0

0

IN 0

0

TD 0 0 0

RECEIVING M. Sims Walker B. Gibson G. Salas D. Alexander C. Williams L. Kendricks M. Hoomanawanui Total

1

68

331 2/23

46

Total

22

LG 68

17

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 46 22 331 2/23 1

3.1

LG 9 17 7

PASSING S. Bradford

59

19



Total



ATT YDS AVG 13 36 2.8 3 15 5.0 3 8 2.7

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING C. Williams S. Bradford J. Norwood

ATT YDS AVG 15 59 3.9 16 50 3.1 3 22 7.3 4 -12 -3.0 38 119 3.1

RAMS RAMS FGs -- PATs FGs PATsHad HadBlocked Blocked 0-0 42.3 Net Punting PuntingAverage Average 44.8 TOTAL RETURN 29 TOTAL RETURNYARDAGE YARDAGE 36 No. and 2-29 andYards YardsPunt PuntReturns Returns 1-24 4-90 No. and andYards YardsKickoff KickoffReturns Returns 2-42 1-0 No. and andYards YardsInterception InterceptionReturns Returns 2-12 PENALTIES Number 8-85 PENALTIES Numberand andYards Yards 10-85 FUMBLES Number and Lost 4-2 FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-1 TOUCHDOWNS 1 TOUCHDOWNS 0 Rushing Rushing 0 1 Passing Passing 0 EXTRA 1-1 EXTRA POINTS POINTSMade-Attempts Made-Attempts 0-0 1-1 Kicking Kicking Made-Attempts Made-Attempts 0-0 FIELD GOALS 3-3 FIELD GOALSMade-Attempts Made-Attempts 0-1 RED ZONE 1-4-25% RED ZONEEFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY 0-2-0% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% SAFETIES SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 16 FINAL SCORE 0 TIME OF 25:48 TIME OFPOSSESSION POSSESSION 27:33

Final Individual Statistics

GIANTS SEAHAWKS 22 25 69 9 17 24 5-15-33% 8-15-53% 0-1-0% 0-0-0% 300 446 70 4.3 6.4 119 167 38 34 3.1 4.9 4-15 3-3 181 279 3-19 0-0 200 279 29-18-1 36-25-2 5.7 7.8 5-2-1 5-4-3 7-46.0 5-53.2 0

Final Team Statistics RAMS RAMS TOTAL FIRST 14 TOTAL FIRSTDOWNS DOWNS 13 1 By Rushing Rushing 4 13 By Passing Passing 7 By Penalty 0 Penalty 2 THIRD DOWN 5-17-29% THIRD DOWNEFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY 2-12-17% FOURTH DOWN 1-1-100% FOURTH DOWNEFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% TOTAL NET 367 TOTAL NETYARDS YARDS 247 Total Offensive Plays 67 Total Offensive Plays 57 5.5 Average Averagegain gainper peroffensive offensiveplay play 4.3 NET YARDS 59 NET YARDSRUSHING RUSHING 77 19 Total Total Rushing RushingPlays Plays 18 Average gain per rushing play 3.1 Average gain per rushing play 4.3 yards 3-6 Tackles Tackles for foraaloss-number loss-numberand and yards 1-2 NET YARDS 308 NET YARDSPASSING PASSING 170 2-23 Times Times thrown thrown 3-21 Gross yards passing 331 Gross yards passing 191 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD 46-22-0 PASS ATT-COMP-HADINT INT 36-17-0 6.4 Avg Avg gain gainper perpass passplay play 4.4 KICKOFFS #-In 5-5-3 KICKOFFS #-InEnd EndZone-TB Zone-TB 1-0-0 PUNTS Number and Average 7-44.7 PUNTS Number and Average 8-50.8 Had Had Blocked Blocked 0

Weather: Indoors - Attendance: 56,289 - Time: 3:09

louis 7, Baltimore 37 September 25, 2011 Edward Jones Dome - St. Louis, MO

St.

C. Little L. Long G. Robbins F. Gibson C. Bannan J. Ryan J. Hall D. Poppinga B. Vobora J. Laurinaitis W.Leber B. Witherspoon R. King J. Bartell J. Wade B. Fletcher J. Butler D. Stewart O. Mikell Q. Atogwe

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR WR TE QB FB RB RB FB

Starting Lineups Baltimore Seattle Seahawks Ravens T. Smith N. Burleson LE DT S. McKinnie B. Locklear NT LT R. Gurode A. Sims RT RDE S. Vallos M. Birk RE RLB M. Yanda Unger OLB WLB R. Willis M. Oher MLB J. Carlson A. Boldin OLB SLB T. Houshmanzade E. Dickson LCB M.Flacco J. Hasselbeck RCB J. Griffith V. Leach SS J. Jones R. Rice FS H. Ngata C. Redding T. B. Cody Mebane C. Redding Cole P. Suggs T. Kerney L. McClain J. Hill L. Tatupu R. Lewis A. Curry J.Johnson J. Wilson L. Webb K. Lucas Ca. Williams D. Zbikowski T. Grant J. Babineaux E. Reed

VISITOR Baltimore St. Louis Rams HOME Washington Redskins RAMS None Clock TEAM Qtr Clock Time TEAM Ravens Qtr 1 12:20 Time SEAHAWKS 1 Ravens 2 5:45 3:38 SEAHAWKS 1 Ravens 2 0:12 1:48 Ravens 2 3:05 SEAHAWKS 2 Ravens 4 5:02 0:00 SEAHAWKS 3 Ravens 4 10:29 3:42 RAMS 3 5:14 Ravens 4 4:58

2 0 6 14 0

3 3 0 14 7

4 7 0 0

OT 0 0

TOTAL 37 0 28 7 Home Home 0 07 0 14 0 21 0 28 0 7 7

FIELD GOALS FIELD GOALS B. Cundiff None 51WR 51WR (21) (31) (38)

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Visitor Play (Extra T.Smith 74 yd. Point) pass(Drive from J.Info) Flacco (B.Cundiff kick) (2-78, 0:30) Visitor 7 J.Carlson411 yd. T.Smith yd. pass pass from from J.M.Hasselbeck Flacco (B.Cundiff (O.Mare kick)kick) (7-80, (13-73,6:15) 3:11) 14 0 N. Burleson T.Smith 18 yd. 12 pass yd. pass fromfrom J. Flacco M.Hasselbeck (B.Cundiff(O.Mare kick) (3-55, kick)1:11) 21 B. (12-69, Cundiff 3:55) 21 yd. Field Goal (9-94, 3:10) 24 0 J.Carlson B. Cundiff 33 31 yd. yd. pass Field from GoalM.Hasselbeck (10-49, 2:05) (O.Mare kick) (7-99, 3:55) 27 0 J.Jones B. Cundiff 6238 yd.yd. runField (O.Mare Goal kick) (12-52, (1-62, 4:31) 0:10) 30 0 B. Gibosn 34 yd. pass from S. Bradford (J.Brown kick) (9-80, 5:15) 30 H.Ngata 28 yd. fumble return (B Cundiff kick) 37

1 21 0 0

Scoring Summary

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 14 15 K. D. Burton, Curry, WR WR18 19A.D.Pettis, Stanley, CBS3127A.D.Roach, Harris, RB CB3332 J. King, CBWilliams, C. 32 B. Fletcher, RB 34 RB J. Norwood, 34 K.Darby, S 37RBJ.35 Butler, S. Gado, CB 38CBJ.36 Gordy, Q. Butler, S 43 LS C. Dahl, 45 C.Massey, LB 50 B. TE Kehl, 46 LB D. Fells, 56 J. Hull, TE 47LbB.57Bajema, C. LB 53 Q.Culberson, Chamberlain, C/GLB6457T.C.Chamberlain, Wragge, DT 71LB G. 59 Gibson, L. Grant, G 73GA.66Goldberg, M. Setterstrom, WR 84DE D. 72 Alexander, C. Long,DE T 73 92A.Goldberg, E. Sims, DEDT 94 93 R. H. Quinn, Thomas, DT 97 D. DT Scott 97 D. Scott, DE 98 C. Ah You



St. Louis Rams WR B. L. Robinson Gibson LE LDE LT R. A. Barron Saffold UT LDT LG J. Bell NT RDT C J. Brown RE RDE RG H. R. Dahl Incognito SLB RT J. Smith MLB TE M. R. McMichael Hoomanawanui WLB WR M. D. Avery Sims-Walker LCB QB S. M. Bradford Bulger RCB FB L. TE M.Kendricks Karney FS RB S. Jackson HB SS

In only their fourth all-time regular season meeting, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the St. Louis Rams, 37-7, the team’s third consecutive lost this season. The Ravens jumped out to an early 21-0 lead in the first quarter on three touchdown passes from QB Joe Flacco to rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith. The three receptions were the first receptions of Smith’s career. In the second quarter, the Ravens added six more points on two kicker Billy Cundiff field goals, giving Baltimore a 27-0 lead at halftime. Baltimore extended their lead to 30-0 before Rams QB Sam Bradford connected with wide recevier Brandon Gibson for a 34-yard touchdown reception. The reception was the first touchdown of the season for Gibson, and the longest touchdown reception of his career. The Rams defense continued to fight, with LB Chris Chamberlain sacking Flacco, forcing him to fumble. The fumble was recovred by S Quintin Mikell. The sack marked the first of Chamberlain’s career and the third turnover Mikell has been involved in in three consecutive games. On the ensuing possession, LB Ray Lewis sacked Bradford, forcing him to fumble. The fumble was recovered by DT Halotati Ngata and returned 28 yards for a touchdown for the final score.

1 3

PLAYER J. King Q. Mikell J. Laurinaitis J. Bannan B. Poppinga B. Fletcher C. Dahl G.Gibson B. Leber J. Hall

T 7 6 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 2

S 6 3 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 1

FC 0 0

TD 0 0

ATT 18 4 3 1 26



0

A S-YDS 1 0-0 3 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0

I-YDS PD FF FR 0-0 1 1 0 0-0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

0

NO YDS AVG 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

0.0

0

0

TD

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PLAYER T S A S-YDS D. Scott 2 2 0 0-0 A. Harris 2 1 1 0-0 D. Stewart 2 1 1 0-0 C. Chamberlain 1 1 0 1-7 E. Sims 1 1 0 0-0 C. Long 1 0 1 1-2 J. Butler 1 0 1 0-0 TOTAL 51 36 15 2-9

FC 0 0

FC 1 1

LG 31 31

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

I-YDS PD FF FR 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 3 2 1

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG J. Norwood 2 51 25.5 Total 2 51 25.5

PUNT RETURNS A. Pettis Total

PUNTING D. Jones Total

NO YDS AVG LG

NO YDS AVG LG 5 55 11.0 34 3 36 12.0 14 2 28 14.0 15 2 25 12.5 13 2 8 4.0 5 1 10 10.0 10 1 4 4.0 4 16 166 10.4 34

IN 1 1

NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 8 372 46.5 37.1 1/0 59 8 372 46.5 37.1 1/0 59

Total





INTERCEPTIONS

RECEIVING B. Gibson M. Sims-Walker D. Alexander L. Kendricks A. Pettis M. Hoomanawanui C. Williams Total

LG 34 34

TD 0 0 0 0 0

SEAHAWKS RAMS 0-0 40.4 37.1 28 0 4-28 0-0 1-20 2-51 0-0 8-117 4-25 2-1 14 01 13 4-4 1-1 4-4 1-1 0-0 1-1-100% 2-3-67% 1-1-100% 0-0-0% 0 28 7 32:27 28:49

YDS AVG LG 75 4.2 16 23 5.8 12 22 7.3 16 -8 -8.0 -8 112 4.3 16 PASSING ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD S. Bradford 32 16 166 5/34 1 Total 32 16 166 5/34 1

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING C. Williams S. Jackson S. Bradford L. Kendricks Total

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

LG 37 37

TD 0 0 KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG L. Webb 2 60 30.0 Total 2 60 30.0

LG 29 29

FC 1 1

NO YDS AVG 5 55 11.0 5 55 11.0

PUNT RETURNS L. Webb Total

TD 0 0 NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 2 89 44.5 34.5 1/1 49 2 89 44.5 34.5 1.1 49

NO YDS AVG LG 1 0 0.0 0 1 0 0.0 0

INTERCEPTIONS L.Webb Total

TD 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3

IN 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNTING S. Koch Total

NO YDS AVG LG 7 74 10.6 21 5 152 30.4 74 5 83 16.6 22 5 51 10.2 19 3 11 3.7 7 1 1 11.0 11 1 7 7.0 7 27 389 14.4 74

LG 74 74

YDS AVG LG 81 9.0 53 42 8.4 28 27 3.4 9 10 10.0 10 8 2.7 3 168 6.5 53

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 48 27 389 2/4 3 48 27 389 2/4 3

ATT 9 5 8 1 3 26

RAVENS RAMS FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 44.8 34.5 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 36 55 No. and Yards Punt Returns 1-24 6-55 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 2-42 2-60 No. and Yards Interception Returns 2-12 1-0 PENALTIES Number and Yards 10-85 5-32 FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-1 3-1 TOUCHDOWNS 0 4 Rushing 0 Passing 0 3 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 0-0 4-4 Kicking Made-Attempts 0-0 4-4 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 0-1 3-5 RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 1-4-25% 0-2-0% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 37 0 TIME OF POSSESSION 27:33 31:11

Final Individual Statistics

RECEIVING A. Boldin T. Smith R.Rice E. Dickson V. Leach R. Williams L. Williams Total

PASSING J. Flacco Total

BALTIMORE RAVENS RUSHING R. Rice R. Williams J. Flacco T. Smith A. Allen Total

SEAHAWKS RAMS 25 17 46 12 17 12 8-15-53% 4-14-29% 0-0-0% 0-1-0% 446 244 70 63 6.4 4.3 167 112 34 26 4.9 4.3 2-10 3-3 279 132 5-34 0-0 279 166 36-25-2 32-16-1 7.8 3.6 5-4-3 2-2-0 5-53.2 8-46.5 0

Final Team Statistics RAVENS RAMS TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 13 25 By Rushing 4 6 By Passing 17 7 By Penalty 2 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-12-17% 6-15-40% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 1-1-100% 0-1-0% TOTAL NET YARDS 247 553 Total Offensive Plays 57 76 Average gain per offensive play 4.3 6.5 NET YARDS RUSHING 168 77 Total Rushing Plays 18 26 Average gain per rushing play 4.3 6.5 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 2-3 yards 1-2 NET YARDS PASSING 170 385 Times thrown 3-21 2-4 Gross yards passing 191 389 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 36-17-0 48-27-0 Avg gain per pass play 4.4 7.7 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 1-0-0 7-7-5 PUNTS Number and Average 8-50.8 2-44.5 Had Blocked 0

Weather: Indoors - Attendance: 56,113 - Time: 3:15

louis 10, Washington 17 October 2, 2011 Edward Jones Dome - St. Louis, MO

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WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB RB FB

Seattle St. Louis Seahawks Rams B. Gibson N. Burleson LE LDE S. Locklear R. Saffold LT LDT R. Bell J. Sims RT RDT S. Vallos Jason Brown RE RDE M. Dahl H. Unger OLB SLB R. Smith J. Willis MLB J. Carlson M. Hoomanawanui WLB OLB T. Houshmanzade M. Sims-Walker LCB M. Bradford S. Hasselbeck RCB J. Griffith S. Jackson SS J. Jones L. Kendricks FS C. Long Redding B. Robbins F. Mebane C. Bannan J. Cole P. Hall J. Kerney L. Hill B. Poppinga L. Laurinaitis J. Tatupu A. Leber B. Curry J. King Wilson K. Fletcher B. Lucas D. C. Grant Dahl J. Babineaux Q. Mikell

Clock TEAM Qtr Time Redskins 1 3:06 Redskins 2 5:42 Redskins 3 11:08 RAMS 4 10:09 RAMS 4 5:45

VISITOR Washington HOME RAMS

2 7 0

3 3 0

4 0 10

OT 0 0

TOTAL 17 10

FIELD GOALS G. Gano (38) Josh.Brown (32)

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Visitor S. Moss 6 yd. pass from R. Grossman (G. Gano kick)(11-69,5:34) 7 R. Torain 20 yd. run (G. Gano kick)(3-44, 1:25) 14 G. Gano 38 yd. Field Goal (8-62,3:52) 17 Josh.Brown 32 yd. Field Goal (7-17, 2:25) 17 S. Jackson 15 yd. pass from S. Bradford (Josh.Brown kick)(10-60, 2:47) 17

1 7 0

Scoring Summary

Home 0 0 0 3 10

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 14 15 K. D. Burton, Curry, WR WR18 19A.D.Pettis, Stanley, S 20 S 27 D. D.Roach, Stewart, CB CB31 32A.J. King, CB 32 B. Harris, RBFletcher, 35 Q. Porter, RB 34SK.Darby, 37 J. Butler, RB 35 CBS.38Gado, J. Gordy, CB 36 LSQ. 44Butler, McQuaide, LS 45TE C.Massey, 47 B. Bajema, TE 46FB D. 49 Fells, B. Miller, TE 47 LB B. Bajema, 50 B. Kehl, LB 53 Q.Culberson, LB 56 J. Hull, LB LB 57 57 C. C.Chamberlain, Chamberlain, C/G LB64 59T.L.Wragge, Grant, GDT 66 71 M. G. Setterstrom, Gibson, G DE 73 A. 72 Goldberg, C. Long, TWR 73 84 A.Goldberg, D. Alexander, DT 93DEH.92 E. Thomas, Sims, DEDT 94 97 R. Quinn, D. Scott, DTDE 9798 D.C. Scott Ah You



Washington St. Louis Redskins Rams WR S. L. Robinson Moss LE A. LDE L. Little Carriker LT T. A. Williams Barron UT NT G. B. Cofield Gibson LG K. J. Bell Lichtensteiger RDE NT S. C. Bowen Ryan C J. Brown W. Montgomery RE R. LOLB J. Hall Kerrigan RG C. R. Chester Incognito SLB L. MLB D. Fletcher Vobora RT J. Brown Smith MLB R. JLB J. Laurinaitis McIntosh TE C. R. Cooley McMichael WLB B. ROLB W.Orakpo Witherspoon WR J. D. Gaffney Avery LCB D. R. Hall Bartell QB R. M. Grossman Bulger RCB J. Wilson Wade FB T. RB M. Hightower Karney FS L. SS J. Butler Landry RB F. FB S. Davis Jackson FS SS O. Atogwe

Starting Lineups

The Rams lost their fourth consecutive game to the NFC East Washington Redskins, 17-10. The Redskins got on the board late in the first quarter when QB Rex Grossman connected with WR Santana Moss on a 6-yard touchdown reception to give Washington a 7-0 lead. The Redskins extended the lead to 14-0 when RB Ryan Torian scored on a 20-yard run. Early in the third quarter, K Graham Gano hit a 38-yard field goal to give Washington a 17-0 lead. The Rams got on the board when K Josh Brown made a 32-yard field goal that was set up by an interception and 51-yard return by CB Justin King. The Interception marked the the second interception for the Rams this season, first of King’s career. The Rams closed the gap again when QB Sam Bradford found RB Steven Jackson for a 15-yard touchdown reception, making the score 17-10. The touchdown was his eighth receiving touchdown of his career and 56th overall, breaking a tie with Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch for fifth most in Rams history. Jackson now needs just two receptions to tie Jim Phillips for eighth on the team’s all-time list. Jackson now has 331 career catches. On Washington’s ensuing possession, LB James Laurinaitis intercepted Grossman on the first play and returned it 15 yards to Washington’s 19-yard line. The interception was the first of the season for Laurinaitis, fourth of his career. Although the Rams had favorable field position, the offense could not capitalize and the game ended, 17-10. P Donnie Jones punted eight times for an average of 45.0 yards per attempt and a net average of 42.1 yards per punt. In the process, he became the franchise’s all-time leader in career punting yards with 17,486, passing Dale Hatcher (17,302). In addition, with interceptions by King and Laurinaitis, the Rams extended their streak of games consecutive games with at least one takeaway to 10.

1 4

LG 20 20

PASSING ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD R. Grossman 29 15 143 0/0 1 Total 29 15 143 0/0 1



Total

0.0

T 8 8 7 6 5 5 4 3

0

0

TD

1

LG 20 20

LG 5 5

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

S A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 6 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 5 3 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 4 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 4 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 4 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 4 1 0-0 1-15 1 0 0 3 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0

45

2.6

17



NO 1 1 3

PUNT RETURNS A. Pettis Q. Porter Total

PLAYER J. King D. Scott G. Gibson B. Leber A. Harris F. Robbins R. Quinn C. Long TOTAL

T S 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 59 17

LG 51 15 51

LG 11 12 15 25 7 14 6 3 25

LG 25 25

13

LG 13

TD 0 0 0

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

IN 0 0

0

TD 0

RAMS 0-0 42.1 67 4-1 2-32 2-66 9-65 3-1 1 0 1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-3-33% 1-2-50% 0 10 24:50

FC 0 0 0

FC 0 0 1

LG 19 13 19

LG 19 13 18

TD 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 1 0-0 1-51 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 42 0-0 2-66 5 1 0

AVG 19.0 13.0 16.0

YDS AVG 19 19.0 13 13.0 18 6.0

YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 360 45.0 42.1 1/2 65 360 45.0 42.1 1/2 65

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS A. Pettis 1 19 Q. Porter 1 13 Total 2 32

NO 8 89

NO YDS AVG 1 51 51.0 1 15 15.0 2 66 33.0

INTERCEPTIONS J. King J. Laurinaitis Total PUNTING D. Jones Total

NO YDS AVG 4 33 8.3 4 32 8.0 4 19 4.8 3 46 15.3 2 11 5.5 1 14 14.0 1 6 6.0 1 3 3.0 20 164 8.2

RECEIVING L. Kendricks A. Pettis S. Jackson D. Alexander B. Bajema B. Gibson M. Sims-Walker B. Miller Total

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 43 20 164 7/37 1 43 20 164 7/37 1



Total PASSING S. Bradford Total

ATT YDS AVG 17 45 2.6

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING S. Jackson

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

FC 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG B. Banks 2 35 17.5 Total 2 35 17.5

PLAYER B. Fletcher D. Stewart B. Poppinga Q. Mikell C. Dahl J. Laurinaitis J. Hall J. Bannan

FC 1 1

NO 4 4

PUNT RETURNS B. Banks Total

0

LG

20

TD 1 0 0 0 0

IN 2 2

1

TD 1 0 0 0

YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 321 45.9 45.7 0/3 63 321 45.9 45.7 0/3 63

0

NO YDS AVG

9.5

YDS AVG 3 0.8 3 0.8

NO 7 7

PUNTING S. Rocca Total





INTERCEPTIONS

143

15



Total



NO YDS AVG 5 39 7.8 4 62 15.5 4 34 8.5 1 4 4.0 1 4 4.0

RECEIVING S. Moss J. Gaffney F. Davis T. Hightower C. Cooley

LG 13 20 13 4 4

39

196

4.9

40

Total



LG 39 9 9 2

WASHINGTON REDSKINS RUSHING ATT YDS AVG R. Torain 19 135 7.1 R. Helu 8 35 4.4 T. Hightower 8 24 3.0 R. Grossman 5 2 0.4

REDSKINS FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 45.7 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 3 No. and Yards Punt Returns 4-3 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 2-35 No. and Yards Interception Returns 0-0 PENALTIES Number and Yards 10-96 FUMBLES Number and Lost 3-0 TOUCHDOWNS 2 Rushing 1 Passing 1 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 2-2 Kicking Made-Attempts 2-2 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 1-1 RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 1-1-100% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-0-0% SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 17 TIME OF POSSESSION 35:10

Final Individual Statistics

RAMS 14 1 11 2 6-18-33% 1-2-50% 172 67 2.6 45 17 2.6 2-3 127 7-37 164 43-20-0 2.5 3-3-1 8-45.0 0

Final Team Statistics REDSKINS TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 16 By Rushing 8 By Passing 8 By Penalty 0 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 9-18-50% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 0-0-0% TOTAL NET YARDS 339 Total Offensive Plays 69 Average gain per offensive play 4.9 NET YARDS RUSHING 196 Total Rushing Plays 40 Average gain per rushing play 4.9 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 3-7 NET YARDS PASSING 143 Times thrown 0-0 Gross yards passing 143 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 29-15-2 Avg gain per pass play 4.9 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 4-2-2 PUNTS Number and Average 7-45.9 Had Blocked 0

Weather: 57 degrees - Attendance: 70,604 - Time: 2:50

louis 3, Green Bay 24 October 16, 2011 Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisc.

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WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB HB

St. Louis Rams B. Robinson L. Gibson LE LDE A. Barron R. Saffold UT LDT J. Bell NT RDT J. Brown RE RDE R. Dahl H. Incognito SLB J. Smith MLB R. Bajema B. McMichael WLB D. Avery G. Salas LCB M. Bradford S. Bulger RCB M. Miller B. Karney FS SS S. Jackson SS FS

C. Little L. Long G. Robbins F. Gibson C. Bannan J. Ryan J. Hall D. Poppinga B. Vobora J. Laurinaitis W. Chamberlain C. Witherspoon R. King J. Bartell J. Wade A. Harris J. Butler C. Dahl O. Mikell Q. Atogwe

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB RB FB

Green SeattleBay Seahawks Packers G. Burleson N. Jennings LE LDE C. R. Redding Pickett S. Locklear M. Newhouse NT LT B. Raji Mebane R. Lang T. Sims RT J. RDE C. Wynn Cole S. Wells Vallos RE C. LOLB P. Kerney Matthews M.Sitton J. Unger OLB A. BLB L. Hill Hawk R. Bulaga B. Willis MLB D. L. Tatupu Bishop J. Carlson T. Crabtree OLB E. ROLB A. Walden Curry T. Nelson J. Houshmanzade LCB C. J. Wilson Woodson M. Rodgers A. Hasselbeck RCB T. K. Williams Lucas J. Griffith R. Grant SS C. D. Peprah Grant J. Kuhn Jones FS M. J. Babineaux Burnett

VISITOR HOME TEAM Packers Packers Packers Packers RAMS

Clock Qtr Time 1 6:53 2 13:53 2 9:11 2 1:51 2 0:03

RAMS Lions

2 3 21

3 0 0

4 0 0

OT 0 0

TOTAL 3 24

FIELD GOALS 47WR (36) (32)

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Visitor M. Crosby 32 yd. Field Goal (9-49, 4:17) 0 J. Jones 35 yd. pass from A. Rodgers (M. Crosby kick)(5-59, 1:25) 0 J. Nelson 93 yd. pass from A. Rodgers (M. Crosby kick)(1-93, 0:13) 0 D. Driver 7 yd. pass from A. Rodgers (M. Crosby kick)(11-67, 4:43) 0 Josh.Brown 36 yd. Field Goal (10-62, 1:48) 3

1 0 3

Scoring Summary

Home 3 10 17 24 24

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 14 15 K. D. Burton, Curry, WR WR18 19A.D.Pettis, Stanley, S 20 S 27 D. D.Roach, Stewart, CB CB22 32B.J. King, CB 32 B. RB Jackson, Fletcher, 33 C. RB Williams, 34 K.Darby, RB 35 RB Q. Porter, 35 S. Gado, S 37 J. CBButler, 36 Q.CB Butler, 38 J.LSGordy, 45 C.Massey, LS 44 J. TE McQuaide, 46 D. Fells, LB 50 TEB.47Kehl, B. Bajema, LB 52 LB 53Williams, J. Q.Culberson, LB 56LBJ.57 Hull, C.Chamberlain, DT 71 G. Gibson, LB 59G L. 73Grant, A. Goldberg, G 66 M.WR Setterstrom, 84 D. Alexander, DE 72 C. TELong, 86 M.T Hoomanawanui, 73 A.Goldberg, DT TE 93 88 H. L. Thomas, DTDE9792D.E.Scott, Kendricks, Sims,DE DE9894C.R.AhQuinn, You DT 97 D. Scott



Starting Lineups

Although amassing a season-high 424 total yards, the Rams could not top the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers, losing the Week 6 matchup 24-3. QB Sam Bradford threw for 321 yards, marking his second 300-yard passing game of the season, third of his career. RB Steven Jackson rushed for 96 yards on 18 carries and added four receptions for 29 yards. Jackson’s four receptions pushed him past Jim Phillips (333) for eighth on the Rams’ all-time receptions list with 335 career grabs. The Packers did all of their scoring in the first half, jumping out to a 24-0 lead starting with a 32-yard field goal by K Mason Crosby. Two Packers possessions later, QB Aaron Rodgers connected with WR James Jones for a 35-yard touchdown. On the ensuing Packers possession, Rodgers connected for another touchdown possession, this time finding WR Jordy Nelson for a 93-yard scoring reception. With less that two minutes left Rodgers threw his third touchdown of the game to WR Donald Driver, a 7-yard connection. The Rams shortened the Packers lead at the end of the first half when K Josh Brown hit a 36-yard field goal. Rams WR Danario Alexander led the team in receiving with 91 yards on a career-tying six catches. Rookie TE Lance Kendricks, a native of Wisconsin, set career highs with a 45-yard reception and totaled 71 yards on four receptions. The Rams extended their streak of consecutive games with at least one takeaway to 11 when S Craig Dahl intercepted Rodgers in the fourth quarter. The interception marked the first for Dahl this season, third of his career.

1 5

T 7 7 7 6 5 4 3 3 3

LG 26 26

LG 39 39

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

NO 0 0

NO 5 5

S A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 2 5 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 2 0-0 1--3 0 0 0 2 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

PLAYER C.Long F. Robbins G. Gibson R. Quinn J. Gordy A. Harris TOTAL

T S 2 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 53 35

LG 0 0

LG 24 12 93 15 9 35 20 93

LG 93 93

LG 15 6 9 6 1 15

TD 0 0

TD 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 3

IN 1 1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

PACKERS 0-0 29.2 0 0-0 2-27 1-0 3-16 0-0 3 0 3 3-3 3-3 1-1 1-2-50% 1-1-100% 0 24 29:19

FC 0 0 0

FC 2 2

LG 16 11 16

LG 0 0

TD 0 0 0

TD 0 0

A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1-7 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 18 1-7 1--3 3 0 0

AVG 16.0 11.0 13.5

YDS AVG 0 0.0 0 0.0

YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 222 44.4 29.2 1/1 67 222 44.4 29.2 1/1 67

NO YDS AVG 1 0 0.0 1 0 0.0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS R. Cobb 1 16 T. Crabtree 1 11 Total 2 27

PUNT RETURNS R. Cobb Total

PUNTING T. Masthay Total

INTERCEPTIONS S. Shields Total

NO YDS AVG 6 82 13.7 3 25 8.3 2 104 52.0 2 27 13.5 2 17 8.5 1 35 35.0 1 20 20.0 17 310 18.2

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 28 17 310 1/7 3 28 17 310 1/7 3 RECEIVING G. Jennings D. Driver J. Nelson R. Grant J. Starks J. Jones J. Finley Total

PASSING A. Rodgers Total

GREEN BAY PACKERS RUSHING J. Starks R. Grant A. Rodgers R. Cobb J. Kuhn Total

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

FC 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG Q. Porter 2 40 20.0 Total 2 40 20.0

PLAYER Q. Mikell C. Chamberlain J. Laurinaitis D. Stewart J. Hall J. Bannan C. Dahl J. King B. Poppinga

FC 1 1

NO 2 2

PUNT RETURNS A. Pettis Total

YDS AVG 56 28.0 56 28.0

YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 162 32.4 0 3 42 162 32.4 0 3 42

NO 5 5

TD 0 0 PUNTING D.Jones Total

LG -3 -3

NO YDS AVG 1 -3 -3.0 1 -3 -3.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IN 1 1

TD 0 0 0 0 0

INTERCEPTIONS C. Dahl Total

LG 19 32 45 21 13 9 45

LG 45 45

LG 13 13 5 0 13

NO YDS AVG 8 77 9.6 6 91 15.2 4 71 17.8 4 43 10.8 4 29 7.3 2 10 5.0 28 321 11.5

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 44 28 321 3/22 0 44 28 321 3/22 0

ATT YDS AVG 18 96 5.3 4 24 6.0 1 5 5.0 2 0 0.0 25 125 5.0

ATT YDS AVG 13 49 3.8 9 25 2.8 7 15 2.1 1 6 6.0 2 1 0.5 32 96 3.0

RAMS FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 32.4 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 53 No. and Yards Punt Returns 2-56 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 2-40 No. and Yards Interception Returns 1-3 PENALTIES Number and Yards 7-45 FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-0 TOUCHDOWNS 0 Rushing 0 Passing 0 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 0-0 Kicking Made-Attempts 0-0 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 1-2 RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 0-3-0% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 0-1-0% SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 3 TIME OF POSSESSION 30:41

Final Individual Statistics

RECEIVING G. Salas D. Alexander L. Kendricks B. Gibson S. Jackson C. Williams Total

PASSING S. Bradford Total

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING S. Jackson C. Williams B. Gibson S. Bradford Total

PACKERS 20 7 12 1 4-13-31% 1-1-100% 399 61 6.5 96 32 3.0 1-3 303 1-7 310 28-17-1 10.4 5-4-3 5-44.4 0

Final Team Statistics RAMS TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 22 By Rushing 9 By Passing 13 By Penalty 0 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 3-13-23% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 1-4-25% TOTAL NET YARDS 424 Total Offensive Plays 72 Average gain per offensive play 5.9 NET YARDS RUSHING 125 Total Rushing Plays 25 Average gain per rushing play 5.0 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 1-1 NET YARDS PASSING 299 Times thrown 3-22 Gross yards passing 321 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 44-28-1 Avg gain per pass play 6.4 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 2-1-0 PUNTS Number and Average 5-32.4 Had Blocked 0

Weather: Indoors - Attendance: 80,086 - Time: 3:04

louis 7, Dallas 34 October 23, 2011 Cowboys Stadium- Arlington, Tex.

St.

C. Little L. Long G. Robbins F. Gibson C. Bannan J. Ryan J. Hall D. Poppinga B. Vobora J. Laurinaitis W. Chamberlain C. Witherspoon R. King J. Bartell J. Wade A. Harris J. Butler D. Stewart O. Mikell Q. Atogwe

Seattle Dallas Seahawks Cowboys TE M. WR N. Burleson Bennett LE LT D. S. Locklear Free LT NT LG M. R. Sims Holland RT RE C S. Costa P. Vallos RE SLB RG K. M. Kosier Unger OLB MLB RT T. R. Smith Willis MLB WLB TE J. Witten Carlson OLB JLB WR M. T. Houshmanzade Austin LCB QB T. M. Romo Hasselbeck RCB FB T. J. Griffith Fiammetta SS FS RB T. J. Jones Choice FS SS K. Coleman C. Redding B. Ratliff J. Mebane C. Cole M. Spears P. Spencer A. Kerney L. Hill B. James L. Tatupu S. Lee A. Curry D. Ware J. Wilson T. Newman K. Lucas M. Jenkins D. Grant G. Sensabaugh J. Babineaux A. Elam

VISITOR RAMS HOME Cowboys TEAM Qtr Cowboys 1 Cowboys 2 Rams 2 Cowboys 2 Cowboys 3 Rams 4 Cowboys 4

Clock Time 9:33 12:25 7:58 0:15 5:32 9:22 4:07

2 7 10

3 0 3

4 0 14

OT 0 0

TOTAL 7 34

Scoring Summary

Visitor 0 0 7 7 7 7 7

D. Bailey (30)(51)

FIELD GOALS

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) D. Murray 91 yd. run (D. Bailey kick) (3-98, 2:08) J. Witten 1 yd. pass from T. Romo (D. Bailey kick) (7-62, 3:14) S.Jackson 6 yd. run (Josh Brown kick) (8-85, 4:27) D. Bailey 30 yd. Field Goal (8-18, 3:19) D. Bailey 51 yd. Field Goal (13-55, 6:50) P. Tanner 6 yd. run (D. Bailey kick) (6-78, 4:31) D. Bryant 20 yd. pass from T. Romo (D.Bailey kick) (5-34, 3:17)

1 0 7 Home 7 14 14 17 20 27 34

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 15 D. Curry, WR 18 A. Pettis, CB 26 R. Hood, RB 33 C. Williams, RB 35 Q. Porter, S 37 J. Butler, CB 38 J. Gordy, S. 43 C. Dahl, LS 44 J. McQuaide, FB 49 B. Miller, LB 50 B. Kehl, LB 52 J. Williams, LB 56 J. Hull, C 64 T. Wragge, DT 71 G. Gibson, G 73 A. Goldberg, WR 87 G. Salas, TE 88 L. Kendricks, DE 92 E. Sims, DE 94 R. Quinn, DT 97 D. Scott



St. Louis Rams WR B. L. Robinson Lloyd LE LDE LT R. A. Barron Saffold UT LDT LG J. Bell NT RDT C J. Brown RE RDE RG H. R. Dahl Incognito SLB RT J. Smith MLB TE B. R. Bajema McMichael WLB WR D. Alexander Avery LCB QB A. M. Feeley Bulger RCB FB M. Hoomanawanui TE Karney FS SS RB S. Jackson HB SS FS

Starting Lineups

The St. Louis Rams dropped their sixth consecutive game after losing to the Dallas Cowboys 34-7 at Cowboys Stadium. QB A.J. Feeley made his first start of the season for an injured QB Sam Bradford. Feeley completed 20 of 33 passes for 196 yards and one interception for a 64.7 passer rating. Dallas RB DeMarco Murray started the scoring when he put the Cowboys ahead on a 91-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. The Cowboys expanded their lead to 14-0 when QB Tony Romo found TE Jason Witten in the endzone for a 1-yard touchdown pass at the beginning of the second quarter. The Rams answered when RB Steven Jackson capeed an eight-play, 85-yard drive with a 6-yard touchdown run. The touchdown run was his second of the season, 49th of his career. Jackson has 57 career touchdowns and needs one to tie RB Eric Dickerson for fourth on the Rams’ all-time scoring list. Jackson also caught four passes for 339 career grabs, one catch behind WR Jack Snow for sventh on the Rams’ all-time career receptions list. Before halftime, the Cowboys K Dan Bailey hit a 30-yard field goal to give the Cowboys a 10-point lead going into halftime. In the second half, S Quintin Mikell forced RB Tashard Choice to fumble in the third quarter. The fumble was receovered by CB Al Harris and marked the 12th consecutive game in which St. Louis has recorded at least one takeaway. The Rams could not convert the turnover into points, but on the Cowboys next possession, Bailey hit a 51-yard field goal in the third quarter for a 20-7 lead. Dallas scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, first on a 6-yard touchdown run by RB Phillip Tanner, and second, a 20-yard touchdown pass from Romo to WR Dez Bryant, for the final score of 34-7. In his Rams’ debut, WR Brandon Lloyd led the team with six receptions for 74 yards.

1 6 RAMS

70

3.3

34

FC 0 0

LG 29 29

LG 9 9

TD 0 0

TD 0 0



0

0

0 PLAYER T S A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR Q. Mikell 12 10 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 A. Harris 8 6 2 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 J. Gordy 7 4 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 J. Laurinaitis 6 4 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 C. Chamberlain 6 3 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 D. Stewart 5 5 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 J. King 3 2 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 B. Kehl 3 2 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 J. Hall 2 2 0 1-11 0-0 0 0 0

FC 2 2

0.0

NO YDS AVG 1 7 7.0 1 7 7.0

FC Total

TD 0 0

2

TD 1 1 0 0 0

IN 0 0

TD 1 1 0 0 2

59 40 19

TOTAL

0

TD

TD 0 0

2-15

0-0

3

0

1

S A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 1-4 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

PLAYER C. Dahl B. Poppinga F. Robbins E. Sims C. Long G. Gibson J. Bannan

0

LG

LG 7 7

NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 3 145 48.3 45.3 0/2 60 3 145 48.3 45.3 0/2 60

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG None

PUNT RETURNS D.Bryant Total

PUNTING M.McBriar Total

34 NO YDS AVG LG 1 3 3.0 3 1 3 3.0 3

166 11.9

14

INTERCEPTIONS M. Jenkins Total



Total

LG 34 34 NO YDS AVG LG 5 90 18.0 34 5 35 7.0 18 2 25 12.5 17 2 16 8.0 9 0 0 0.0 0

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 24 14 166 2/15 2 24 14 166 2/15 2

YDS AVG LG 253 10.1 91 34 5.7 17 8 4.0 7 -1 -1.0 -1 294 8.6 91

0-0 45.3 10 1-7 0-0 1-3 6-30 1-1 4 2 2 4-4 4-4 2-2 3-4-75% 2-3-67% 0 34 33:56

COWBOYS

RECEIVING D. Bryant J. Witten L. Robinson M.Austin D. Murray

PASSING T. Romo Total

DALLAS COWBOYS RUSHING D. Murray P.Tanner M.Tolbert J.Hester Total

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG Q. Porter 5 114 22.8 Total 5 114 22.8

FC 0 0

NO YDS AVG 1 9 9.0 1 9 9.0

PUNT RETURNS A. Pettis Total

TD

0

NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 5 237 47.4 42.0 1/3 48 5 237 47.4 42.0 1/3 48

NO YDS AVG LG

9.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IN 0 0

1

TD 1 0 0

PUNTING D.Jones Total

INTERCEPTIONS None

196

20



Total



NO YDS AVG LG 6 74 12.3 34 4 3 0.8 8 3 44 14.7 27 2 33 16.5 21 2 20 10.0 12 2 9 4.5 6 1 13 13.0 13 0 0 0.0 0

RECEIVING B.Lloyd S. Jackson M. Hoomanawanui G. Salas B. Bajema D. Alexander C. Williams L.Kendricks

LG 34 34

40

21



ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 33 20 196 1/1 0 33 20 196 1/1 0



Total PASSING A. Feeley Total

ATT YDS AVG LG 18 70 3.9 40 2 1 0.5 1 1 -1 -1.0 -1

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING S.Jackson C. Williams A. Feeley

ATT 25 6 2 1 34

RAMS FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 42.0 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 9 No. and Yards Punt Returns 1-9 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 5-114 No. and Yards Interception Returns 0-0 PENALTIES Number and Yards 4-16 FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-1 TOUCHDOWNS 1 Rushing 1 Passing 0 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 1-1 Kicking Made-Attempts 1-1 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 0-0 RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 1-2-50% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 1-2-50% SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 7 TIME OF POSSESSION 26:04

Final Individual Statistics

24 12 10 2 3-8-38% 0-0-0% 445 60 7.4 294 34 8.6 3-11 151 2-15 166 24-14-0 5.8 7-4-1 3-48.3 0

COWBOYS

Final Team Statistics TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 13 By Rushing 4 By Passing 8 By Penalty 1 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 5-13-38% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 0-2-0% TOTAL NET YARDS 265 Total Offensive Plays 55 Average gain per offensive play 4.8 NET YARDS RUSHING 70 Total Rushing Plays 21 Average gain per rushing play 3.3 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 4-10 NET YARDS PASSING 195 Times thrown 1-1 Gross yards passing 196 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 33-20-1 Avg gain per pass play 5.7 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 2-2-2 PUNTS Number and Average 5-47.4 Had Blocked 0



Weather: Cloudy, 66° - Attendance: 57,179 - Time: 3:15

louis 31, New Orleans 21 October 30, 2011 Edward Jones Dome - St. Louis, Mo.

S t.

C. Long F. Robbins J. Bannan J. Hall B. Kehl J. Laurinaitis C. Chamberlain J. Gordy A. Harris D. Stewart Q. Mikell

New Orleans Saints WR M. Colston LE LT J. Bushrod DT LG C. Nicks DT C B. De La Puente RE RG J. Evans SLB RT C. Brown MLB TE J. Graham WLB WR D. Henderson LCB QB D. Brees RCB RB J. Collins SS TE P. Thomas FS C. Jordan A. Franklin S. Ellis W. Smith J. Dunbar J. Vilma S. Shanle J. Greer T. Porter R. Harper M. Jenkins

SAINTS SAINTS RAMS SAINTS

TEAM RAMS RAMS RAMS RAMS

3 4 4 4

1:21 10:00 2:51 0:06

Clock Qtr Time 2 8:32 2 1:10 2 0:17 3 6:00

VISITOR SAINTS HOME RAMS

3 7 7

4 14 7

OT 0 0

TOTAL 21 31

0 7 14 14 21

Visitor 0 0 0

FIELD GOALS J. Kasay 49WL Jo. Brown (38)

J.Vilma fumble recovery in end zone (J. Kasay kick) P. Thomas 3 yd. run (J. Kasay kick) (10-68, 4:45) D. Stewart 27 yd. interception return (Josh Brown kick) L.Moore 8 yd. pass from D. Brees (J. Kasay kick) (15-80, 2:45)

2 0 17

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Josh Brown 38 yd. Field Goal (14-68, 5:41) S. Jackson 3 yd. run (Josh. Brown kick) (2-15, 0:26) B. Lloyd 8 yd. pass from A. Feeley (Josh Brown kick) (7-38, 0:41) S. Jackson 3 yd. run (Josh Brown kick) (11-73, 5:44)

1 0 0

Scoring Summary

24 24 24 31 31

Home 3 10 17

ST. LOUIS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 3 J.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 15 D. Curry, WR 18 A. Pettis, CB 25 M. Johnson, CB 26 R. Hood, RB 33 C. Williams, RB 35 Q. Porter, S 37 J. Butler, S 43 C. Dahl, LS 44 J. McQuaide, FB 49 B. Miller, LB 56 J. Hull, LB 59 B. Leber, C 64 T. Wragge, DT 71 G. Gibson, T 79 M. LeVoir, TE 81 S. Spach, WR 87 G. Salas, TE 88 L. Kendricks, DE 92 E. Sims, DE 94 R. Quinn, DE 99 C. Ah You



St. Louis Rams WR B. Lloyd LDE LT R. Saffold LDT LG J. Bell RDT C J. Brown RDE RG H. Dahl SLB RT A. Goldberg MLB TE B. Bajema WLB WR B. Gibson LCB QB A. Feeley RCB FB M. Hoomanawanui SS HB S. Jackson FS

Starting Lineups

The St. Louis Rams won their first game of the season toppling the NFC South Division leader, New Orleans Saints, with a score of 31-21. QB A.J. Feeley was once again the starter as QB Sam Bradford was still hampered by a high ankle sprain injury. The World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals were on hand to support their St. Louis team counterpart. Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter was the honorary coin toss captain, gaining a rousing cheer from the Edward Jones Dome’s largest crowd of the season. The Rams jumped out to a 3-0 lead with K Josh Brown making a 38-yard field goal on the Rams first drive of the second quarter. The Rams then expanded their lead to 10-0 when RB Steven Jackson raced into the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown. The Rams eventually made the score 17-0 heading into half time with a touchdown pass from quarterback A.J. Feeley to WR Brandon Lloyd with 17 seconds left in the half. This marked Lloyd’s first touchdown as a St. Louis Ram. The Rams came out of the locker room and Jackson quickly scored on another 3-yard touchdown run making the score 24-0. The Saints responded during the Rams next offensive drive sacking and forcing a fumble from A.J. Feeley and recovering the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. Down 24-7 the Saints used the momentum of the defense to score another touchdown by RB Pierre Thomas rushing to the end zone on a 3-yard drive. Later in the fourth quarter S Darian Stewart intercepted QB Drew Brees’ pass intended for Jimmy Graham and ran 27 yards for a touchdown. With just 10 seconds left in the game Brees threw his first touchdown pass of the game to Lance Moore for an 8-yard score, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Rams. Jackson rushed his way to breaking many Rams’ records on the day. He passed Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk on the career 100-yard game list with 28, and also passed another Rams’ Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson for most touchdowns in team history with 59. Jackson gave an emotional speech to the team prior to game and challenged them all to keep fighting. He backed up his words with his own performance and not only lead with words, but by example. Other Rams’ records he broke include passing Marshall Faulk for all time yards from scrimmage and passing Jack Snow for all time receptions. DE Chris Long was another Ram with an impressive day, sacking QB Drew Brees three times for 25 yards. LB James Laurinaitis also had a great performance with 11 tackles, two passes defenses, and one sack on the day. Some of the younger players also had great games with rooke first rounder DE Robert Quinn blocking a punt and also sacking Brees for a loss of 9 yards. Rookie WR Greg Salas was the second leading reciever grabbing five passes for 47 yards.

7 1 RAMS

PLAYER T J.Laurinaitis 11 J. Gordy 8 Q. Mikell 8 D. Stewart 7 M. Johnson 7 C. Chamberlain 6 A. Harris 5 B. Kehl 4 F. Robbins 4 J. Hall 3

FC 0 0

LG 0 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

TD 0 0

S A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 7 4 1-8 0-0 2 0 0 7 1 0-0 1-0 0 0 0 5 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 5 2 0-0 1-27 1 0 0 4 3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 3 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 2 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 2 1-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0

56

2.8

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS D. Sproles 5 121 TOUCHBACK 1 0 Total 5 121 PLAYER E. Sims J. Bannan G.Gibson C. Long R. Quinn C. Ah You TOTAL

T S 3 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 73 41

FC 0 0 0

LG 36 0 36

LG 15 15

TD 0 0 0

TD 0 0

LG 62 0 62

TD

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

IN 2 2

A S-YDS I-YDS PD FF FR 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 3-25 0-0 1 0 0 0 1-9 0-0 0 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 32 6-42 2-27 7 1 0

AVG 24.2 0.0 24.2

FC 2 2

NO YDS AVG 3 19 6.3 3 19 6.3

PUNT RETURNS D. Sproles Total

NO YDS AVG LG NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 6 282 47.0 40.3 0/3 1 0 0.0 0/0 7 282 40.3 40.3 0/3

PUNTING T. Morstead BLOCKED Total

INTERCEPTIONS None

LG 25 25

9

NO YDS AVG LG 7 74 10.6 17 6 60 10.0 21 4 39 9.8 13 4 11 2.8 6 3 50 16.7 25 3 15 5.0 14 2 12 6.0 8 1 8 8.0 8 30 269 9.0 25

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 44 30 269 6/42 1 44 30 269 6/42 1 RECEIVING L. Moore M.Williams K.Winslow S.Stroughter A.Benn M.Spurlock R. Meachem D. Henderson Total

PASSING D. Brees Total

20

1



Total



TD 1 0 0 0

0-0 40.3 19 3-19 5-121 0-0 5-32 0-0 3 1 1 3-3 3-3 0-1 2-2-100% 2-2-100% 0 21 28:37

SAINTS

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS RUSHING ATT YDS AVG LG P. Thomas 7 23 3.3 9 C. Ivory 6 18 3.0 6 D. Sproles 6 16 2.7 6 D. Brees 1 -1 -1.0 -1

Defensive Statistics (based on coaches’ film review)

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG 3 0 0.0 Total 0 0 0.0

FC 2 2

NO YDS AVG 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

PUNT RETURNS A. Pettis Total

TD 1 0 1 NO YDS AVG NET TB/I20 LG 7 298 42.6 39.9 0/3 59 7 298 42.6 39.9 0/3 59

NO YDS AVG LG 1 27 27.0 27 1 0 0.0 0 2 27 13.5 27

INTERCEPTIONS D. Stewart J. Gordy Total

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

IN 0 0

TD 2 0 0 0 0 2

PUNTING D.Jones Total

NO YDS AVG LG 6 53 8.8 16 5 47 9.4 17 4 32 8.0 15 2 27 13.5 14 1 7 7.0 7 1 7 7.0 7 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0.0 0 20 175 8.8 17

LG 17 17

YDS AVG LG 159 6.4 32 11 11.0 11 8 8.0 8 5 2.5 6 0 0.0 0 183 5.9 32

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 37 20 175 4/35 1 37 20 175 4/35 1

ATT 25 1 1 2 2 31

RAMS FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 39.9 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 27 No. and Yards Punt Returns 0-0 No. and Yards Kickoff Returns 0-0 No. and Yards Interception Returns 2-27 PENALTIES Number and Yards 9-64 FUMBLES Number and Lost 2-1 TOUCHDOWNS 4 Rushing 2 Passing 1 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts 4-4 Kicking Made-Attempts 4-4 FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts 1-1 RED ZONE EFFICIENCY 3-3-100% GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY 3-3-100% SAFETIES 0 FINAL SCORE 31 TIME OF POSSESSION 31:23

Final Individual Statistics

RECEIVING B. Lloyd G. Salas S. Jackson B. Gibson B. Bajema A. Pettis L. Kendricks M. Hoomanawanui Total

PASSING A. Feeley Total

ST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING S.Jackson B. Gibson G. Salas A. Feeley C. Williams Total

19 3 16 0 8-17-47% 1-1-100% 283 70 4.0 56 20 2.8 3-4 227 6-42 269 44-30-2 4.5 4-3-3 7-40.3 1

SAINTS

Final Team Statistics TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 21 By Rushing 9 By Passing 10 By Penalty 2 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 5-16-31% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-2-100% TOTAL NET YARDS 323 Total Offensive Plays 72 Average gain per offensive play 4.5 NET YARDS RUSHING 183 Total Rushing Plays 31 Average gain per rushing play 5.9 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 3-10 NET YARDS PASSING 140 Times thrown 4-35 Gross yards passing 175 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 37-20-0 Avg gain per pass play 3.4 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 6-6-1 PUNTS Number and Average 7-42.6 Had Blocked 0



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Date: Sunday, 10/30/2011

New Orleans Saints at St. Louis Rams

Start Time: 12:00 PM CDT

at Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, MO Game Day Weather Game Weather: Cloudy, 66 degrees Played Dome on Turf: Field Turf Officials Referee: Anderson, Walt (66) Line Judge: Boston, Byron (18)

Umpire: DeFelice, Garth (53) Side Judge: Coleman, James (95)

Back Judge: Smith, Billy (2)

Head Linesman: Stelljes, Steve (22) Field Judge: Meslow, David (118)

Replay Official: Hammer, Dale Lineups

New Orleans Saints WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

12 74 77 60 73 71 80 19 9 45 23

Offense M.Colston J.Bushrod C.Nicks B.De La Puente J.Evans C.Brown J.Graham D.Henderson D.Brees J.Collins P.Thomas

LE NT DT RE SLB MLB WLB LCB RCB SS FS

94 99 98 91 56 51 58 33 22 41 27

St. Louis Rams Defense C.Jordan A.Franklin S.Ellis W.Smith J.Dunbar J.Vilma S.Shanle J.Greer T.Porter R.Harper M.Jenkins

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB HB

83 76 63 60 62 73 47 11 4 86 39

Offense B.Lloyd R.Saffold J.Bell Jason.Brown H.Dahl A.Goldberg B.Bajema B.Gibson A.Feeley M.Hoomanawanui S.Jackson

LDE LDT RDT RDE SLB MLB WLB LCB RCB SS FS

Defense 91 C.Long 98 F.Robbins 95 J.Bannan 96 J.Hall 50 B.Kehl 55 J.Laurinaitis 57 C.Chamberlain 38 J.Gordy 31 A.Harris 20 D.Stewart 27 Q.Mikell

Substitutions

Substitutions

K 2 J.Kasay, P 6 T.Morstead, QB 10 C.Daniel, WR 15 C.Roby, WR 16 L.Moore, WR 17 R.Meachem, CB 21 P.Robinson, CB 24 L.Torrence, RB 29 C.Ivory, FB 35 K.Hall, S 40 J.Amaya, S 42 I.Abdul-Quddus, RB 43 D.Sproles, LS 47 J.Drescher, LB 52 J.Casillas, LB 53 R.Humber, C/G 65 M.Tennant, T 76 P.McQuistan, TE 89 J.Gilmore, DT 92 S.Rogers, DE 93 J.Galette, LB 95 M.Wilson, DT 96 T.Johnson, DE 97 J.Charleston

K 3 Josh.Brown, P 5 D.Jones, WR 15 D.Curry, WR 18 A.Pettis, CB 25 M.Johnson, CB 26 R.Hood, RB 33 C.Williams, RB 35 Q.Porter, S 37 J.Butler, S 43 C.Dahl, LS 44 J.McQuaide, FB 49 B.Miller, LB 56 J.Hull, LB 59 B.Leber, C 64 T.Wragge, DT 71 G.Gibson, T 79 M.LeVoir, TE 81 S.Spach, WR 87 G.Salas, TE 88 L.Kendricks, DE 92 E.Sims, DE 94 R.Quinn, DE 99 C.Ah You

Did Not Play

Did Not Play QB 12 T.Brandstater

Not Active

Not Active

RB 28 M.Ingram, CB 32 J.Patrick, LB 54 W.Herring, T 64 Z.Strief, TE 85 D.Thomas, WR 87 A.Arrington, DE 90 Turk.McBride

QB 8 S.Bradford, CB 21 J.King, RB 34 J.Norwood, LB 51 B.Poppinga, T 77 J.Smith, WR 84 D.Alexander, DT 97 D.Scott

Field Goals (made ( ) & missed) J.Kasay

49WL

Josh.Brown 1

VISITOR: HOME:

(38) 2

3

4

OT

Total

New Orleans Saints

0

0

7

14

0

21

St. Louis Rams

0

17

7

7

0

31

Scoring Plays Team

Qtr

Rams Rams Rams Rams Saints Saints Rams Saints

2 2 2 3 3 4 4 4

Time Play Description (Extra Point) (Drive Info) 8:32 1:10 0:17 6:00 1:21 10:00 2:51 0:06

Paid Attendance: 57,179

Josh.Brown 38 yd. Field Goal (14-68, 5:41) S.Jackson 3 yd. run (Josh.Brown kick) (2-15, 0:26) B.Lloyd 8 yd. pass from A.Feeley (Josh.Brown kick) (7-38, 0:41) S.Jackson 3 yd. run (Josh.Brown kick) (11-73, 5:44) J.Vilma fumble recovery in end zone (J.Kasay kick) P.Thomas 3 yd. run (J.Kasay kick) (10-68, 4:45) D.Stewart 27 yd. interception return (Josh.Brown kick) L.Moore 8 yd. pass from D.Brees (J.Kasay kick) (15-80, 2:45)

Visitor Home 0 0 0 0 7 14 14 21

3 10 17 24 24 24 31 31

Time: 3:15

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams 10/30/2011 at Edward Jones Dome

Final Individual Statistics New Orleans Saints RUSHING P.Thomas C.Ivory D.Sproles D.Brees

ATT 7 6 6 1

Total

20

PASSING

St. Louis Rams

YDS AVG 23 3.3 18 3.0 16 2.7 -1 -1.0 56

2.8

LG 9 6 6 -1

TD 1 0 0 0

9

1

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD LG IN

D.Brees Total

44 44

30 30

RUSHING S.Jackson B.Gibson G.Salas A.Feeley C.Williams Total

ATT 25 1 1 2 2 31

PASSING

RT

LG 32 11 8 6 0 32

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD LG IN

37 37

1 1

PASS RECEIVING L.Moore D.Sproles J.Graham P.Thomas M.Colston J.Collins R.Meachem D.Henderson Total

TAR REC 9 7 7 6 8 4 4 4 6 3 3 3 3 2 4 1 44 30

YDS 74 60 39 11 50 15 12 8 269

AVG 10.6 10.0 9.8 2.8 16.7 5.0 6.0 8.0 9.0

LG 17 21 13 6 25 14 8 8 25

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PASS RECEIVING B.Lloyd G.Salas S.Jackson B.Gibson B.Bajema A.Pettis L.Kendricks M.Hoomanawanui Total

TAR REC 13 6 6 5 5 4 6 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 37 20

YDS AVG 53 8.8 47 9.4 32 8.0 27 13.5 7 7.0 7 7.0 2 2.0 0 0.0 175 8.8

LG 16 17 15 14 7 7 2 0 17

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

INTERCEPTIONS

NO

YDS AVG

LG

TD

0

0

INTERCEPTIONS D.Stewart J.Gordy Total

NO 1 1 2

YDS AVG 27 27.0 0 0.0 27 13.5

LG 27 0 27

TD 1 0 1

TB IN20

LG

PUNTING

TB IN20

LG

0

0

PUNTING

NO YDS AVG

NET

T.Morstead [BLOCKED] Total

6 282 47.0 1 0 7 282 40.3

40.3 0.0 40.3

0 0 0

3 0 3

62 0 62

PUNT RETURNS D.Sproles [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total

NO YDS AVG 3 19 6.3 1 0 0.0 1 0 0.0 3 19 6.3

FC 2 0 0 2

LG 15 0 0 15

TD 0 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS A.Pettis [OUT OF BOUNDS]

KICKOFF RETURNS D.Sproles

NO YDS AVG 5 121 24.2

FC 0

LG 36

TD 0

KICKOFF RETURNS [TOUCHBACK]

[TOUCHBACK]

1

0

0.0

0

0

0

Total

5

121

24.2

0

36

0

New Orleans Saints FUMBLES J.Vilma M.Jenkins Total St. Louis Rams FUMBLES A.Feeley G.Salas S.Jackson Total

20 20

175 175

D.Jones

7 298 42.6

39.9

0

3

59

Total

7 298 42.6

39.9

0

3

59

NO YDS AVG 0 0 0.0 4 0 0.0

FC 2 0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

0.0

2

0

0

NO YDS AVG 3 0 0.0

FC 0

LG 0

TD 0

0

0

0

Total

0

Total

0

FUM LOST OWN-REC YDS TD FORCED OPP-REC

YD

1 0 1

0 0 0

FUM LOST OWN-REC YDS TD FORCED OPP-REC

YD

1 1 0 2

1 0 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 1 1

0 75.8 0 75.8

NET

0

0 0 0

1 17 1 17

NO YDS AVG

0

0 0 0

4/35 4/35

RT

6/42 6/42

0

A.Feeley Total

TD 2 0 0 0 0 2

269 269

Total

25 2 73.0 25 2 73.0

YDS AVG 159 6.4 11 11.0 8 8.0 5 2.5 0 0.0 183 5.9

0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1 1 2

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0.0

TD OUT-BDS 1 0 1

0 0 0

TD OUT-BDS 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams 10/30/2011 at Edward Jones Dome

Final Team Statistics

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS

Visitor

Home

Saints

Rams

19

21

By Rushing

3

9

By Passing

16

10

By Penalty

0

2

THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY

8-17-47%

5-16-31%

FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY

1-1-100%

2-2-100%

283

323

Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing)

70

72

Average gain per offensive play

4.0

4.5

NET YARDS RUSHING

56

183

Total Rushing Plays

20

31

Average gain per rushing play

2.8

5.9

Tackles for a loss-number and yards

3-4

3-10

227

140

6-42

4-35

269

175

44-30-2

37-20-0

4.5

3.4

TOTAL NET YARDS

NET YARDS PASSING Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass Gross yards passing PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED Avg gain per pass play (inc.# thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including Kickoffs)

4-3-3

6-6-1

7-40.3

7-42.6

1

0

0-0

0-0

40.3

39.9

19

27

3-19

0-0

5-121

0-0

0-0

2-27

5-32

9-64

0-0

2-1

TOUCHDOWNS

3

4

Rushing

1

2

Passing

1

1

Interceptions

0

1

Fumbles

1

0

EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts

3-3

4-4

Kicking Made-Attempts

3-3

4-4

FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts

0-1

1-1

RED ZONE EFFICIENCY

2-2-100%

3-3-100%

GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY

2-2-100%

3-3-100%

0

0

21

31

28:37

31:23

No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and Yards FUMBLES Number and Lost

SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams 10/30/2011 at Edward Jones Dome

Ball Possession And Drive Chart New Orleans Saints #

Time Recd

1 12:42 2 7:50 3 4 5 6 7

Time Time How Ball Lost Poss Obtained

Drive Began

# Play

Yds Gain

Yds Pen

Net Yds

1st Down

9:51 4:03

2:51 Punt 3:47 Punt

NO 15 NO 42

7 7

28 27

0 0

28 27

NO NO NO NO NO

16 23 25 12 28

5 7 4 1 1

10 25 5 0 -1

0 0 0 0 0

5 5

17 19

10 3 1 15

1:53 8:32 2:05 1:10 0:17

14:13 4:32 1:36 0:58 0:00

2:40 4:00 0:29 0:12 0:17

Punt Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff

8 15:00 9 6:00

11:44 2:58

3:16 Kickoff 3:02 Kickoff

NO 15 NO 17

10 14:45 11 6:28 12 3:01 13 2:51

10:00 6:05 2:51 0:06

4:45 0:23 0:10 2:45

NO NO NO NO

Punt Punt Punt Kickoff

32 33 20 20

Last Scrm

How Given Up

2 1

NO 43 SL 31

Punt Missed FG

10 25 5 0 -1

1 2 1 0 0

NO NO NO NO NO

Punt Punt Blocked Punt Interception End of Half

-5 0

12 19

1 1

NO 27 NO 36

73 0 0 80

-5 0 0 0

68 0 0 80

5 * SL 3 0 NO 33 0 NO 20 5 * SL 8

# Play

Yds Gain

Yds Pen

Net Yds

1st Down

26 48 30 12 28

Punt Punt Touchdown Punt Interception Touchdown

(298) Average NO 23 St. Louis Rams #

Time Recd

Time Time How Ball Lost Poss Obtained

1 15:00 2 9:51 3 4:03

12:42 7:50 1:53

4 14:13 5 4:32 6 1:36 7 0:58

Drive Began

Last Scrm

How Given Up

SL 46 SL 16 NO 46

Punt Punt Punt

2:18 Kickoff 2:01 Punt 2:10 Missed FG

SL 20 SL 20 SL 39

7 3 6

26 -4 15

0 0 0

26 -4 15

2 0 1

8:32 2:05 1:10 0:17

5:41 2:27 0:26 0:41

SL 12 SL 8 NO 15 NO 38

14 5 2 7

68 21 15 36

0 -9 0 2

68 12 15 38

4 NO 20 1 SL 20 2 * NO 3 5 * NO 8

Field Goal Punt Touchdown Touchdown

8 11:44 9 2:58

6:00 1:21

5:44 Punt 1:37 Punt

SL 27 SL 6

11 3

73 -3

0 -3

73 -6

4 * NO 3 0 SL 10

Touchdown Fumble

10 1:21 11 10:00 12 6:05 13 0:06

14:45 6:28 3:01 0:00

1:36 3:32 3:04 0:06

SL 20 SL 20 SL 25 NO 45

3 5 6 1

4 45 28 -1

0 -25 0 0

4 20 28 -1

0 1 1 0

Punt Punt Punt End of Game

Punt Punt Blocked Punt Interception

Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff

SL 24 SL 40 NO 47 NO 45

(399) Average SL 31 * inside opponent's 20 Time of Possession by Quarter

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Visitor New Orleans Saints

8:31

5:45

6:18

8:03

28:37

Home St. Louis Rams

6:29

9:15

8:42

6:57

31:23

Kickoff Drive No.-Start Average

Saints: 6 - NO 19

OT

Rams: 3 - SL 20

Total

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams 10/30/2011 at Edward Jones Dome

Final Defensive Statistics New Orleans Saints

Regular Defensive Plays TKL AST COMB

S.Shanle W.Smith M.Jenkins R.Harper J.Dunbar P.Robinson J.Greer T.Porter J.Vilma S.Rogers J.Casillas C.Jordan A.Franklin T.Johnson P.Thomas J.Galette D.Henderson Total

SK /YDS

Special Teams

TFL QH IN PD FF FR

Misc

TKL AST FF FR BL

TKL AST FF FR

6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0

0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 16 10 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

52

0

52

4

35

6

8

0

5

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

TKL /TK=Tackle AST /AS=Assist COMB=Combined TFL=Tackles for a Loss QH=Quarterback Hit IN=Interception PD=Pass Defense FF =Forced Fumble FR=Fumble Recovery St. Louis Rams

Regular Defensive Plays TKL AST COMB

J.Laurinaitis J.Gordy D.Stewart Q.Mikell F.Robbins M.Johnson C.Long A.Harris C.Chamberlain B.Kehl R.Quinn J.Hall J.Bannan E.Sims C.Dahl Q.Porter D.Curry S.Jackson Total

10 7 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 52

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

10 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 54

Special Teams

SK / YDS TFL QH IN PD FF FR 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

8 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 25 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 10

2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TKL AST FF FR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Misc BL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

TKL AST FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams 10/30/2011 at Edward Jones Dome

First Half Summary PERIOD SCORES 0 0=0

Saints Rams

0 17 = 17

Saints

TIME OF POSSESSION 14:16

Rams

15:44

Scoring Plays Team

Qtr

Rams Rams Rams

2 2 2

Time Play Description (Extra Point) (Drive Info)

Visitor

Home

0 0 0

3 10 17

8:32 Josh.Brown 38 yd. Field Goal (14-68, 5:41) 1:10 S.Jackson 3 yd. run (Josh.Brown kick) (2-15, 0:26) 0:17 B.Lloyd 8 yd. pass from A.Feeley (Josh.Brown kick) (7-38, 0:41)

New Orleans Saints TOTAL FIRST DOWNS

15

1-6-0

4-9-2

3-8-38%

3-9-33%

94

177

31

43

First Downs Rushing-Passing-by Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY

St. Louis Rams

7

TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays NET YARDS RUSHING

18

75

NET YARDS PASSING

76

102

Gross Yards Passing Times thrown-yards lost attempting to pass Pass Attempts-Completions-Had Intercepted

102

127

3-26

3-25

19 - 13 - 1

26 - 12 - 0

Punts-Number and Average

4 - 34

4 - 42.5

Penalties-Number and Yards

2-7

4 - 21

Fumbles-Number and Lost

0-0

1-0

Red Zone Efficiency

0-0-0%

2-2-100%

Average Drive Start

NO 23

SL 35

New Orleans Saints RUSHING

St. Louis Rams

ATT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

P.Thomas

3

12

4.0

7

0

C.Ivory

3

8

2.7

5

0

D.Sproles

2

-1

-0.5

1

0

D.Brees

1

-1

-1.0

-1

0

Total

9

18

2.0

7

0

RUSHING

ATT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

S.Jackson

13

69

5.3

16

1

A.Feeley

1

6

6.0

6

0

14

75

5.4

16

1

Total

ATT

CMP

ATT

CMP

D.Brees

19

13

102

3/26

0

19

1

59.5

A.Feeley

26

12

127

3/25

1

17

0

73.7

Total

19

13

102

3/26

0

19

1

59.5

Total

26

12

127

3/25

1

17

0

73.7

PASSING

PASS RECEIVING

YDS SK/YD TD

LG IN

RT

PASSING

LG IN

RT

TAR

REC

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

TAR

REC

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

L.Moore

4

3

37

12.3

17

0

G.Salas

5

4

45

11.3

17

0

P.Thomas

3

3

5

1.7

6

0

B.Lloyd

9

4

33

8.3

11

1

J.Graham

3

2

20

10.0

13

0

B.Gibson

6

2

27

13.5

14

0

R.Meachem

2

2

12

6.0

8

0

S.Jackson

3

2

22

11.0

15

0

J.Collins

2

2

9

4.5

14

0

L.Kendricks

2

0

0

0.0

0

0

D.Sproles

1

1

19

19.0

19

0

M.Hoomanawanui

1

0

0

0.0

0

0

M.Colston

2

0

0

0.0

0

0 26

12

127

10.6

17

1

D.Henderson Total

2

0

0

0.0

0

0

19

13

102

7.8

19

0

New Orleans Saints R.Harper

PASS RECEIVING

YDS SK/YD TD

Total

Regular Defensive Plays TKL 4

AST COMB 0 4

Special Teams

SK / YDS TFL Q IN PD FF 1 9 1 1 0 0 0

Misc

FR 0

TKL 0

AST 0

FF 0

FR 0

BL 0

TKL AST FF 0 0 0

FR 0

M.Jenkins

3

0

3

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

P.Robinson

3

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

S.Shanle

3

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

13

0

13

1

9

1

2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TKL

AST

/ YDS TFL QH IN

PD

FF

FR

TKL

FF

FR

BL

TKL

FF

FR

J.Laurinaitis

7

0

7

1

8

1

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

C.Chamberlain

3

0

3

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

J.Gordy

3

0

3

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Q.Mikell

3

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

16

0

16

1

8

3

2

1

2

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Totals: St. Louis Rams

Totals:

Regular Defensive Plays COMB

SK

Special Teams AST

Misc AST

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams at Edward Jones Dome Play By Play

First Quarter

SL wins toss, elects to Receive, and NO elects to defend the South goal. T.Morstead kicks 74 yards from NO 35 to SL -9. Q.Porter, Touchback. St. Louis Rams at 15:00 1-10-SL 20 (15:00) A.Feeley pass incomplete short right to S.Jackson. 2-10-SL 20 (14:54) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to S.Jackson to SL 35 for 15 yards (T.Porter). 1-10-SL 35 (14:28) S.Jackson right end to SL 44 for 9 yards (M.Jenkins). 2-1-SL 44 (13:45) S.Jackson right tackle to SL 46 for 2 yards (J.Dunbar). 1-10-SL 46 (13:07) A.Feeley pass incomplete deep left to B.Lloyd (M.Jenkins). 2-10-SL 46 (13:00) A.Feeley pass incomplete deep middle to B.Lloyd. 3-10-SL 46 (12:54) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short left to B.Gibson [M.Jenkins]. 4-10-SL 46 (12:52) D.Jones punts 39 yards to NO 15, Center-J.McQuaide, downed by SL-Q.Porter. New Orleans Saints at 12:42 1-10-NO 15 (12:42) D.Brees pass short left to J.Graham to NO 28 for 13 yards (A.Harris). 1-10-NO 28 (12:12) P.Thomas left end to NO 35 for 7 yards (J.Hall). 2-3-NO 35 (11:25) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete deep left to D.Henderson. 3-3-NO 35 (11:19) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short left to L.Moore to NO 41 for 6 yards (Q.Mikell). 1-10-NO 41 (10:47) C.Ivory left end to NO 43 for 2 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 2-8-NO 43 (10:09) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete short middle to L.Moore (J.Laurinaitis). 3-8-NO 43 (10:04) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete short middle to M.Colston (A.Harris) [J.Laurinaitis]. 4-8-NO 43 (10:00) T.Morstead punts 37 yards to SL 20, Center-J.Drescher, fair catch by A.Pettis. St. Louis Rams at 9:51 1-10-SL 20 (9:51) A.Feeley sacked at SL 11 for -9 yards (W.Smith). 2-19-SL 11 (9:17) S.Jackson left tackle to SL 7 for -4 yards (J.Vilma). 3-23-SL 7 (8:37) (Shotgun) S.Jackson right end to SL 16 for 9 yards (R.Harper). 4-14-SL 16 (7:59) D.Jones punts 42 yards to NO 42, Center-J.McQuaide, out of bounds. New Orleans Saints at 7:50 1-10-NO 42 (7:50) D.Sproles right end to NO 40 for -2 yards (F.Robbins). 2-12-NO 40 (7:18) C.Ivory right tackle to NO 45 for 5 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 3-7-NO 45 (6:32) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short middle to D.Sproles to SL 36 for 19 yards (Q.Mikell). 1-10-SL 36 (5:50) D.Brees sacked at SL 44 for -8 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 2-18-SL 44 (5:24) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short right to P.Thomas to SL 48 for -4 yards (C.Chamberlain). 3-22-SL 48 (4:48) D.Brees pass short left to L.Moore to SL 31 for 17 yards (M.Johnson). 4-5-SL 31 (4:08) J.Kasay 49 yard field goal is No Good, Wide Left, Center-J.Drescher, Holder-C.Daniel. St. Louis Rams at 4:03 1-10-SL 39 (4:03) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete deep left to M.Hoomanawanui. 2-10-SL 39 (3:59) S.Jackson left tackle to SL 47 for 8 yards (S.Shanle). 3-2-SL 47 (3:22) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to B.Lloyd to NO 47 for 6 yards (P.Thomas) [T.Johnson]. 1-10-NO 47 (2:47) S.Jackson right end to NO 46 for 1 yard (S.Rogers). 2-9-NO 46 (2:10) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short right to L.Kendricks [J.Casillas]. 3-9-NO 46 (2:06) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short left to B.Lloyd (J.Casillas). 4-9-NO 46 (2:02) D.Jones punts 34 yards to NO 12, Center-J.McQuaide. D.Sproles to NO 16 for 4 yards (C.Chamberlain). New Orleans Saints at 1:53 1-10-NO 16 (1:53) D.Brees pass short right to R.Meachem to NO 24 for 8 yards (J.Gordy). 2-2-NO 24 (1:30) P.Thomas right tackle to NO 27 for 3 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 1-10-NO 27 (1:04) D.Brees pass short right to J.Collins to NO 22 for -5 yards (C.Chamberlain). 2-15-NO 22 (:27) D.Sproles right end to NO 23 for 1 yard (R.Quinn). END OF QUARTER Time First Downs Efficiencies Poss Score R P X T 3 Down 4 Down New Orleans Saints 0 8:31 1 3 0 4 2/4 0/0 St. Louis Rams 0 6:29 1 2 0 3 1/4 0/0

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P1 R2

P1

P2

P3

P3

R4

New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams at Edward Jones Dome Play By Play

Second Quarter

10/30/2011

New Orleans Saints continued. 3-14-NO 23 (15:00) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short right to P.Thomas to NO 26 for 3 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 4-11-NO 26 (14:23) T.Morstead punts 62 yards to SL 12, Center-J.Drescher, out of bounds. St. Louis Rams at 14:13 1-10-SL 12 (14:13) A.Feeley sacked at SL 3 for -9 yards (R.Harper). 2-19-SL 3 (13:42) S.Jackson right end pushed ob at SL 13 for 10 yards (R.Harper). 3-9-SL 13 (13:14) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to B.Gibson to SL 26 for 13 yards (P.Robinson). 1-10-SL 26 (12:38) A.Feeley pass short left to B.Lloyd to SL 37 for 11 yards (P.Robinson). 1-10-SL 37 (12:00) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete deep left to B.Lloyd. 2-10-SL 37 (11:55) S.Jackson left tackle to NO 48 for 15 yards (R.Harper). 1-10-NO 48 (11:19) A.Feeley sacked at SL 45 for -7 yards (W.Smith). 2-17-SL 45 (10:45) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short right to G.Salas to NO 47 for 8 yards (W.Smith). 3-9-NO 47 (10:09) A.Feeley pass short right to S.Jackson to NO 40 for 7 yards (S.Shanle). 4-2-NO 40 (9:29) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to G.Salas to NO 7 for 33 yards (T.Porter). Play Challenged by NO and REVERSED. (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to G.Salas to NO 23 for 17 yards (M.Jenkins). Timeout #1 by NO at 09:24. 1-10-NO 23 (9:24) A.Feeley pass incomplete short right to B.Gibson (J.Greer). 2-10-NO 23 (9:20) S.Jackson right end to NO 20 for 3 yards (C.Jordan). 3-7-NO 20 (8:32) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short left to L.Kendricks (T.Johnson) [J.Casillas]. 4-7-NO 20 (8:32) Josh.Brown 38 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.McQuaide, Holder-D.Jones. NO 0 SL 3, 14 plays, 68 yards, 5:41 drive, 6:28 elapsed Josh.Brown kicks 66 yards from SL 35 to NO -1. D.Sproles to NO 23 for 24 yards (B.Kehl). New Orleans Saints at 8:32, (1st play from scrimmage 8:26) 1-10-NO 23 (8:26) D.Brees pass short middle to J.Graham to NO 30 for 7 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 2-3-NO 30 (7:52) C.Ivory right end to NO 31 for 1 yard (J.Laurinaitis). 3-2-NO 31 (7:23) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short right to P.Thomas to NO 37 for 6 yards (J.Gordy). 1-10-NO 37 (6:45) D.Brees pass short right to J.Collins pushed ob at SL 49 for 14 yards (C.Chamberlain). 1-10-SL 49 (6:16) P.Thomas right tackle to SL 47 for 2 yards (J.Hall). 2-8-SL 47 (5:33) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short right to R.Meachem pushed ob at SL 43 for 4 yards (J.Gordy). 3-4-SL 43 (5:12) (Shotgun) D.Brees sacked at NO 48 for -9 yards (R.Quinn). 4-13-NO 48 (4:42) T.Morstead punts 37 yards to SL 15, Center-J.Drescher, out of bounds. PENALTY on SL-J.Butler, Unnecessary Roughness, 7 yards, enforced at SL 15. St. Louis Rams at 4:32 1-10-SL 8 (4:32) S.Jackson right guard to SL 10 for 2 yards (S.Rogers). 2-8-SL 10 (3:53) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to G.Salas to SL 18 for 8 yards (J.Casillas). 1-10-SL 18 (3:02) (Shotgun) PENALTY on SL-H.Dahl, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at SL 18 - No Play. 1-15-SL 13 (2:37) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short middle to B.Lloyd (P.Robinson). 2-15-SL 13 (2:31) S.Jackson right end to SL 8 for -5 yards (J.Dunbar). Timeout #2 by NO at 02:25. 3-20-SL 8 (2:25) (Shotgun) PENALTY on SL-A.Feeley, Delay of Game, 4 yards, enforced at SL 8 - No Play. 3-24-SL 4 (2:25) (Shotgun) S.Jackson right end to SL 20 for 16 yards (M.Jenkins). Timeout #3 by NO at 02:16. 4-8-SL 20 (2:16) D.Jones punts 55 yards to NO 25, Center-J.McQuaide. D.Sproles to NO 25 for no gain (C.Dahl). New Orleans Saints at 2:05 1-10-NO 25 (2:05) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short middle to L.Moore to NO 39 for 14 yards (Q.Mikell). Two-Minute Warning 1-10-NO 39 (1:59) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete deep middle to M.Colston. 2-10-NO 39 (1:54) (Shotgun) D.Brees sacked at NO 30 for -9 yards (C.Long). Timeout #1 by SL at 01:46. 3-19-NO 30 (1:46) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete short right to J.Graham (C.Long). 4-19-NO 30 (1:41) T.Morstead punt is BLOCKED by R.Quinn, Center-J.Drescher, ball out of bounds at NO 15. St. Louis Rams at 1:36 1-10-NO 15 (1:36) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short middle to G.Salas to NO 2 for 13 yards (J.Vilma). FUMBLES (J.Vilma), recovered by SL-S.Jackson at NO 3. S.Jackson to NO 3 for no gain (T.Johnson). 1-3-NO 3 (1:13) S.Jackson right guard for 3 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Josh.Brown extra point is GOOD, Center-J.McQuaide, Holder-D.Jones. NO 0 SL 10, 2 plays, 15 yards, 0:26 drive, 13:50 elapsed Josh.Brown kicks 72 yards from SL 35 to NO -7. D.Sproles to NO 12 for 19 yards (Q.Porter). New Orleans Saints at 1:10, (1st play from scrimmage 1:06) 1-10-NO 12 (1:06) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass deep right intended for D.Henderson INTERCEPTED by J.Gordy at NO 38. J.Gordy to NO 38 for no gain (D.Henderson). St. Louis Rams at 0:58 1-10-NO 38 (:58) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short right to B.Gibson. 2-10-NO 38 (:54) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short right to G.Salas. 3-10-NO 38 (:50) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short middle to B.Gibson to NO 24 for 14 yards (T.Porter).

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New Orleans Saints vs St. Louis Rams at Edward Jones Dome Penalty on NO-J.Galette, Illegal Use of Hands, declined. 1-10-NO 24 (:41) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete deep left to B.Lloyd. PENALTY on NO-P.Robinson, Defensive Holding, 5 yards, enforced at NO 24 - No Play. 1-10-NO 19 (:37) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to B.Lloyd to NO 11 for 8 yards (P.Robinson). Timeout #2 by SL at 00:31. 2-2-NO 11 (:31) (Shotgun) A.Feeley scrambles left tackle to NO 5 for 6 yards (S.Shanle). PENALTY on NO-J.Galette, Illegal Use of Hands, 2 yards, enforced at NO 5. 1-3-NO 3 (:25) (Shotgun) PENALTY on SL-J.Bell, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at NO 3 - No Play. 1-8-NO 8 (:20) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short left to B.Gibson [J.Galette]. 2-8-NO 8 (:20) A.Feeley pass short left to B.Lloyd for 8 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Josh.Brown extra point is GOOD, Center-J.McQuaide, Holder-D.Jones. NO 0 SL 17, 7 plays, 38 yards, 2 penalties, 0:41 drive, 14:43 elapsed Josh.Brown kicks 73 yards from SL 35 to NO -8. D.Sproles pushed ob at NO 28 for 36 yards (D.Stewart). New Orleans Saints at 0:17, (1st play from scrimmage 0:12) 1-10-NO 28 (:12) D.Brees kneels to NO 27 for -1 yards. END OF QUARTER Time First Downs Efficiencies Poss Score R P X T 3 Down 4 Down New Orleans Saints 0 5:45 0 3 0 3 1/4 0/0 St. Louis Rams 17 9:15 3 7 2 12 2/5 1/1

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Third Quarter

10/30/2011

NO elects to Receive, and SL elects to defend the South goal. Josh.Brown kicks 71 yards from SL 35 to NO -6. D.Sproles to NO 15 for 21 yards (D.Curry). New Orleans Saints at 15:00, (1st play from scrimmage 14:56) 1-10-NO 15 (14:56) D.Brees pass short right to P.Thomas to NO 21 for 6 yards (F.Robbins). 2-4-NO 21 (14:28) D.Brees pass short right to J.Collins to NO 27 for 6 yards (J.Gordy). 1-10-NO 27 (13:52) P.Thomas right tackle to NO 26 for -1 yards (B.Kehl). 2-11-NO 26 (13:15) D.Brees sacked at NO 18 for -8 yards (C.Long). 3-19-NO 18 (12:42) (Shotgun) PENALTY on NO-C.Brown, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at NO 18 - No Play. 3-24-NO 13 (12:27) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short middle to M.Colston to NO 27 for 14 yards (M.Johnson). 4-10-NO 27 (11:52) T.Morstead punts 46 yards to SL 27, Center-J.Drescher, out of bounds. St. Louis Rams at 11:44 1-10-SL 27 (11:44) S.Jackson left end to SL 31 for 4 yards (J.Dunbar). 2-6-SL 31 (11:06) B.Gibson left end ran ob at SL 42 for 11 yards (J.Greer). 1-10-SL 42 (10:37) A.Feeley pass incomplete short right to B.Bajema. 2-10-SL 42 (10:33) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short middle to A.Pettis to SL 49 for 7 yards (J.Dunbar). 3-3-SL 49 (9:59) (Shotgun) G.Salas left end to NO 43 for 8 yards (J.Casillas). Reverse from 39 - Jackson, Steven 1-10-NO 43 (9:23) S.Jackson left tackle to NO 41 for 2 yards (S.Rogers). 2-8-NO 41 (8:36) A.Feeley pass short right to L.Kendricks to NO 39 for 2 yards (T.Porter). 3-6-NO 39 (7:56) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to S.Jackson to NO 35 for 4 yards (P.Robinson). 4-2-NO 35 (7:16) S.Jackson left tackle to NO 3 for 32 yards (M.Jenkins). 1-3-NO 3 (6:41) C.Williams up the middle to NO 3 for no gain (W.Smith). 2-3-NO 3 (6:03) (Shotgun) S.Jackson right guard for 3 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Josh.Brown extra point is GOOD, Center-J.McQuaide, Holder-D.Jones. NO 0 SL 24, 11 plays, 73 yards, 5:44 drive, 9:00 elapsed Josh.Brown kicks 69 yards from SL 35 to NO -4. D.Sproles to NO 17 for 21 yards (C.Dahl). New Orleans Saints at 6:00, (1st play from scrimmage 5:55) 1-10-NO 17 (5:55) C.Ivory left tackle to NO 22 for 5 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 2-5-NO 22 (5:23) D.Brees pass short right to L.Moore pushed ob at NO 28 for 6 yards (J.Gordy). 1-10-NO 28 (4:56) (Shotgun) D.Sproles left tackle to NO 31 for 3 yards (Q.Mikell). 2-7-NO 31 (4:24) D.Sproles right tackle to NO 37 for 6 yards (B.Kehl; D.Stewart). 3-1-NO 37 (4:24) C.Ivory right end to NO 36 for -1 yards (J.Gordy). 4-2-NO 36 (3:09) T.Morstead punts 58 yards to SL 6, Center-J.Drescher, out of bounds. St. Louis Rams at 2:58 1-10-SL 6 (2:58) C.Williams left end to SL 6 for no gain (W.Smith). 2-10-SL 6 (2:21) PENALTY on SL-J.Bell, False Start, 3 yards, enforced at SL 6 - No Play. 2-13-SL 3 (2:05) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short right to B.Bajema to SL 10 for 7 yards (J.Greer). 3-6-SL 10 (1:31) (Shotgun) A.Feeley sacked at SL 1 for -9 yards (M.Jenkins). FUMBLES (M.Jenkins), touched at SL 0, RECOVERED by NO-J.Vilma at SL -2. TOUCHDOWN. New Orleans Saints at 1:21 J.Kasay extra point is GOOD, Center-J.Drescher, Holder-C.Daniel. NO 7 SL 24, 0 plays, 0 yards, 0:00 drive , 13:39 elapsed T.Morstead kicks 73 yards from NO 35 to SL -8. Q.Porter, Touchback. St. Louis Rams at 1:21 1-10-SL 20 (1:21) S.Jackson left tackle to SL 22 for 2 yards (J.Dunbar). 2-8-SL 22 (:42) A.Feeley pass short right to G.Salas to SL 24 for 2 yards (S.Shanle). END OF QUARTER Time First Downs Efficiencies Poss Score R P X T 3 Down 4 Down New Orleans Saints 7 6:18 0 2 0 2 0/2 0/0 St. Louis Rams 24 8:42 4 0 0 4 1/3 1/1

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Fourth Quarter

10/30/2011

St. Louis Rams continued. 3-6-SL 24 (15:00) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short middle to B.Lloyd. 4-6-SL 24 (14:56) D.Jones punts 59 yards to NO 17, Center-J.McQuaide. D.Sproles to NO 32 for 15 yards (Q.Porter). New Orleans Saints at 14:45 1-10-NO 32 (14:45) P.Thomas left end to NO 41 for 9 yards (D.Stewart). 2-1-NO 41 (14:14) P.Thomas up the middle to NO 41 for no gain (F.Robbins). 3-1-NO 41 (13:36) C.Ivory up the middle to NO 47 for 6 yards (B.Kehl). 1-10-NO 47 (13:04) D.Brees pass short right to J.Graham to SL 42 for 11 yards (Q.Mikell). 1-10-SL 42 (12:28) D.Sproles up the middle to SL 39 for 3 yards (J.Bannan). 2-7-SL 39 (11:57) D.Brees pass incomplete short middle to J.Graham (J.Laurinaitis). 3-7-SL 39 (11:50) (Shotgun) PENALTY on NO-R.Meachem, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at SL 39 - No Play. 3-12-SL 44 (11:50) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass deep left to M.Colston to SL 19 for 25 yards (M.Johnson). NO-C.Brown was injured during the play. 1-10-SL 19 (11:10) (Shotgun) D.Sproles up the middle to SL 14 for 5 yards (E.Sims). 2-5-SL 14 (10:38) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short middle to M.Colston to SL 3 for 11 yards (D.Stewart). 1-3-SL 3 (10:03) P.Thomas right guard for 3 yards, TOUCHDOWN. J.Kasay extra point is GOOD, Center-J.Drescher, Holder-C.Daniel. NO 14 SL 24, 10 plays, 68 yards, 4:45 drive, 5:00 elapsed T.Morstead kicks 72 yards from NO 35 to SL -7. Q.Porter, Touchback. St. Louis Rams at 10:00 1-10-SL 20 (10:00) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass short left to S.Jackson to SL 26 for 6 yards (S.Shanle). 2-4-SL 26 (9:21) (Shotgun) S.Jackson right end pushed ob at SL 46 for 20 yards (J.Greer). 1-10-SL 46 (8:48) S.Jackson left tackle to SL 46 for no gain (P.Robinson). PENALTY on SL-B.Lloyd, Chop Block, 15 yards, enforced at SL 46 - No Play. 1-25-SL 31 (8:29) (Shotgun) A.Feeley pass incomplete short left to B.Lloyd. 2-25-SL 31 (8:25) A.Feeley pass short right to B.Lloyd to SL 35 for 4 yards (T.Porter). 3-21-SL 35 (7:45) PENALTY on SL-R.Saffold, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at SL 35 - No Play. 3-26-SL 30 (7:30) S.Jackson right guard to SL 45 for 15 yards (R.Harper). 4-11-SL 45 (6:47) (Punt formation) PENALTY on SL, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at SL 45 - No Play. 4-16-SL 40 (6:36) D.Jones punts 42 yards to NO 18, Center-J.McQuaide, fair catch by D.Sproles. PENALTY on SL-B.Kehl, Fair Catch Interference, 15 yards, enforced at NO 18. New Orleans Saints at 6:28 1-10-NO 33 (6:28) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete short left to D.Sproles [R.Quinn]. 2-10-NO 33 (6:22) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete short middle to R.Meachem (D.Stewart). 3-10-NO 33 (6:16) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete short right to D.Henderson. 4-10-NO 33 (6:12) T.Morstead punts 42 yards to SL 25, Center-J.Drescher, fair catch by A.Pettis. St. Louis Rams at 6:05 1-10-SL 25 (6:05) S.Jackson right tackle to SL 29 for 4 yards (A.Franklin). 2-6-SL 29 (5:25) S.Jackson left tackle to SL 30 for 1 yard (C.Jordan). Timeout #1 by NO at 05:17. 3-5-SL 30 (5:17) A.Feeley pass short right to B.Lloyd to SL 46 for 16 yards (J.Greer). 1-10-SL 46 (4:41) S.Jackson left tackle to NO 47 for 7 yards (J.Vilma). 2-3-NO 47 (3:59) S.Jackson right tackle to NO 48 for -1 yards (S.Shanle). Timeout #2 by NO at 03:49. 3-4-NO 48 (3:49) (Shotgun) S.Jackson up the middle to NO 47 for 1 yard (A.Franklin). 4-3-NO 47 (3:09) D.Jones punts 27 yards to NO 20, Center-J.McQuaide, fair catch by D.Sproles. New Orleans Saints at 3:01 1-10-NO 20 (3:01) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short right intended for J.Graham INTERCEPTED by D.Stewart at NO 27. D.Stewart for 27 yards, TOUCHDOWN. PENALTY on NO-C.Brown, Unsportsmanlike Conduct, 15 yards, enforced between downs. St. Louis Rams at 2:51 Josh.Brown extra point is GOOD, Center-J.McQuaide, Holder-D.Jones. NO 14 SL 31, 0 plays, 27 yards, 0:00 drive , 12:09 elapsed Josh.Brown kicks 50 yards from 50 to end zone, Touchback. New Orleans Saints at 2:51 1-10-NO 20 (2:51) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass incomplete deep left to L.Moore (A.Harris). 2-10-NO 20 (2:46) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short middle to D.Sproles to NO 26 for 6 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 3-4-NO 26 (2:28) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short right to D.Henderson to NO 34 for 8 yards (J.Gordy). 1-10-NO 34 (2:06) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short left to D.Sproles to NO 35 for 1 yard (M.Johnson). Two-Minute Warning 2-9-NO 35 (2:00) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short middle to J.Graham to NO 43 for 8 yards (J.Laurinaitis). 3-1-NO 43 (1:41) (Shotgun) D.Brees sacked at NO 35 for -8 yards (C.Long). 4-9-NO 35 (1:16) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short left to L.Moore to NO 46 for 11 yards (A.Harris). 1-10-NO 46 (1:10) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short left to D.Sproles to SL 47 for 7 yards (D.Stewart). 2-3-SL 47 (:46) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short left to L.Moore to SL 35 for 12 yards (A.Harris). 1-10-SL 35 (:43) (Shotgun) D.Brees pass short left to D.Sproles ran ob at SL 29 for 6 yards (D.Stewart).

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Touchdown Scoring Information

Defense Special Teams

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Player Scoring Information

Club Player

TD Rush Rec TD TD

KO Punt TD TD

Int Fum Misc TD TD TD

FG

XP

2Pt 2Pt Sfty Points Rush Rec

NO

P.Thomas

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

NO

L.Moore

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

NO

J.Kasay

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

3

SL

S.Jackson

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12

SL

Josh.Brown

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

4

0

0

0

7

SL

B.Lloyd

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

SL

D.Stewart

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0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Possession Detail Largest Lead Drives Leading Time of Possession Leading Largest Deficit Drives Trailing Time of Possession Trailing

First Half Visitor Home 0 17

Second Half Visitor Home 0 24

Game Visitor Home 0 24

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3

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6

0

9

0:00

3:34

0:00

15:39

0:00

19:13

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6

0

10

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RAMS RECORDS

ALL-TIME LEADERS Bold denotes player active with Rams Italics denotes rookie

CAREER RUSHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years Jackson, Steven ................................................ 2004Dickerson, Eric ................................................ 1983-87 Faulk, Marshall............................................ 1999-2006 McCutcheon, Lawrence .................................. 1973-79 Bass, Dick ....................................................... 1960-69 Towler, Dan..................................................... 1950-55 Josephson, Les ....................................1964-67, 69-74 Younger, Paul (Tank) ..................................... 1949-57 Tyler, Wendell ................................................. 1977-82 Bryant, Cullen ........................................... 1973-81, 87

Att. 1,962 1,525 1,447 1,435 1,218 672 797 682 720 802

Yards 8,397 7,245 6,959 6,186 5,417 3,493 3,407 3,296 3,266 3,119

Avg. 4.3 4.8 4.8 4.3 4.5 5.2 4.3 4.8 4.5 3.9

Long 59t 85t 71t 48 73t 79t 75 75t 69t 26

TD 51 56 58 23 34 44 17 17 33 20

Att. 379 404 390 346 294 324 260 253 324 253

Yds. 2,105 1,821 1,808 1,528 1,429 1,416 1,382 1,381 1,374 1,359

Avg. 5.6 4.5 4.6 4.4 4.9 4.4 5.3 5.5 4.2 5.4

Long 66 42t 85t 59t 71t 58 71t 58 58 36

TD 14 11 18 13 7 4 12 7 11 18

Comp. 1,847 1,969 1,705 1,011 1,121 814 730 731 602 685

Yards 23,758 22,814 22,223 16,114 14,447 11,893 9,376 9,296 8,572 8,333

Pct. .564 .621 .515 .533 .664 .503 .567 .536 .539 .542

TD 142 122 154 118 102 99 70 52 56 36

Int. 123 93 112 127 65 128 71 60 68 42

SEASON RUSHING Year 1. Dickerson, Eric ........................................................ 1984 2. Dickerson, Eric ........................................................ 1986 3. Dickerson, Eric ........................................................ 1983 4. Jackson, Steven .................................................... 2006 5. Bettis, Jerome.......................................................... 1993 6. Jackson, Steven .................................................... 2009 7. Faulk, Marshall ........................................................ 2001 8. Faulk, Marshal ......................................................... 1999 9. White, Charles ......................................................... 1987 10. Faulk, Marshall ........................................................ 2000

CAREER PASSING (Based on Yards) Years 1. Everett, Jim....................................1986-93 2. Bulger, Marc ......................................20013. Gabriel, Roman .............................1962-72 4. Van Brocklin, Norm........................1949-57 5. Warner, Kurt ..............................1998-2003 6. Waterfield, Bob ..............................1945-52 7. Ferragamo, Vince ..........................1977-84 8. Haden, Pat.....................................1976-81 9. Wade, Bill ......................................1954-60 10. Banks, Tony...................................1996-98

Att. 3,277 3,171 3,313 1,897 1,688 1,618 1,288 1,363 1,116 1,263

CAREER PASSING (Based on Rating; Minimum 1,500 Attempts) Att. 1,688 3,171 3,277 1,897 3,313

Comp. 1,121 1,969 1,847 1,011 1,705

Yards 14,447 22,814 23,758 16,114 22,223

Pct. .664 .621 .564 .533 .515

TD 102 122 142 118 154

Int. 65 93 123 127 112

Rating 97.2 84.4 78.1 74.7 74.3

Year 1. Warner, Kurt .......................................2001 2. Warner, Kurt .......................................1999 3. Everett, Jim.........................................1989 4. Bulger, Marc .......................................2006 5. Everett, Jim.........................................1990 6. Everett, Jim.........................................1988 Bulger, Marc .......................................2004 8. Bulger, Marc .......................................2003 9. Bradford, Sam ...................................2010 10. Everett, Jim.........................................1991

Att. 546 499 518 588 554 517 485 532 590 490

Comp. 375 325 304 370 307 308 321 336 354 277

Yards 4,830 4,353 4,310 4,301 3,989 3,964 3,964 3,845 3,512 3,438

Pct. 68.7 65.1 58.7 63.0 55.4 59.6 66.2 63.2 60.0 56.5

TD 36 41 29 24 23 31 21 22 18 11

Int. 22 13 17 8 17 18 14 22 15 20

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years Warner, Kurt ........ 1998-2003 Bulger, Marc ................ 2001Everett, Jim.............. 1986-93 Van Brocklin, Norm.. 1949-57 Gabriel, Roman ....... 1962-72

SEASON PASSING (Based on Yards)

CAREER RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6t. 6t. 8. 9. 10.

Years Bruce, Isaac ................................................ 1994-2007 Holt, Torry ................................................... 1999-2008 Ellard, Henry ................................................... 1983-93 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ................................... 1999-2006 Fears, Tom...................................................... 1948-56 Jackson, Steven.................................................. 2004Hirsch, Elroy.................................................... 1949-57 Snow, Jack...................................................... 1965-75 Phillips, Jim ..................................................... 1958-64 Benton, Jim ....................................1938-40, 42, 44-47

No. 942 869 593 470 400 343 343 340 333 275

Yards 14,109 12,660 9,761 4,071 5,397 2,753 6,299 6,012 4,953 4,566

Avg. 15.0 14.6 16.5 8.7 13.4 8.0 18.4 17.7 14.9 16.6

Long 80t 85t 81t 72t 80t 64t 91t 84t 93t 84t

TD 84 74 48 27 38 8 53 45 27 42

No. 119 117 102 94 93 93 91 90 89 87 87

Yards 1,781 1,696 1,331 1,372 1,189 1,188 1,302 806 1,292 1,471 1,048

Avg. 15.0 14.5 13.0 14.6 12.8 12.8 14.3 9.0 14.5 16.9 12.0

Long 72 48 44 75t 40 67t 58 64t 56 78t 57t

TD 13 12 9 10 7 10 4 3 6 9 5

No. 942 869 593 343 340 400 259 333 275 470

Yards 14,109 12,660 9,761 6,299 6,012 5,397 5,246 4,953 4,566 4,071

Avg. 15.0 14.6 16.6 18.4 17.7 13.4 20.3 14.9 16.6 8.7

Long 80t 85t 81t 91t 84t 80t 78t 93t 84t 72t

TD 84 74 48 53 45 38 26 27 42 27

No. 119 117 82 66 87 86 70 94 81 84

Yards 1,781 1,696 1,635 1,495 1,471 1,414 1,382 1,372 1,363 1,338

Avg. 15.0 14.5 19.9 22.7 16.9 16.4 19.7 14.6 16.8 15.9

Long 72 48 85t 91 78t 68 53 75t 51 70

TD 13 12 6 17 9 10 8 10 7 7

SEASON RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year Bruce, Isaac ......................................................... 1995 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2003 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2005 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2004 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2007 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2006 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2002 Jackson, Steven ................................................. 2006 Bruce, Isaac ......................................................... 2004 Bruce, Isaac ......................................................... 2000 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............................................ 1999

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years Bruce, Isaac ................................................ 1994-2007 Holt, Torry ................................................... 1999-2008 Ellard, Henry ................................................... 1983-93 Hirsch, Elroy.................................................... 1949-57 Snow, Jack...................................................... 1965-75 Fears, Tom...................................................... 1948-56 Anderson, Willie .............................................. 1988-94 Phillips, Jim ..................................................... 1958-64 Benton, Jim ....................................1938-40, 42, 44-47 Faulk, Marshall............................................ 1999-2006

SEASON RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years Bruce, Isaac ......................................................... 1995 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2003 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2000 Hirsch, Elroy......................................................... 1951 Bruce, Isaac ......................................................... 2000 Ellard, Henry ........................................................ 1988 Ellard, Henry ........................................................ 1989 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2004 Holt, Torry ............................................................ 2001 Bruce, Isaac ......................................................... 1996

CAREER YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE TOTAL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years Bruce, Isaac ...........................1994-2007 Holt, Torry ..............................1999-2008 Jackson, Steven ...........................2004Faulk, Marshall.......................1999-2006 Ellard, Henry ..............................1983-93 Dickerson, Eric ...........................1983-87 McCutcheon, Lawrence .............1972-79 Hirsch, Elroy...............................1949-57 Snow, Jack.................................1965-75 Bass, Dick ..................................1960-69

Touches 965 880 2,305 1,917 611 1,648 1,619 417 342 1,432

Yards 14,259 12,717 11,150 11,030 9,816 8,157 7,869 6,616 6,015 7,262

RUSHING Rush 23 11 1,962 1,447 18 1,525 1,435 74 2 1,218

Yards 150 57 8,397 6,959 55 7,245 6,186 317 3 5,417

RECEIVING Rec. 942 869 343 470 593 123 184 343 340 214

Yards 14,109 12,660 2,753 4,071 9,761 912 1,683 6,299 6,012 1,845

CAREER KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (Minimum 75) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years Horne, Tony .................................................... 1998-00 Arnett, Jon....................................................... 1957-63 Lewis, Woodley ............................................... 1950-55 Amendola, Danny.......................................... 2009-10 Brown, Ron ............................................... 1984-89, 91 Harris, Arlen .................................................... 2003-05

No. 143 104 108 116 169 99

Yards 3,577 2,590 2,575 2,760 3,918 2,147

Avg. 25.0 24.9 23.8 23.8 23.2 21.7

Long 103t 71t 88t 84 98t 42

TD 4 2 1 0 4 0

No. 22 28 15 23 25 30

Yards 742 918 477 698 743 892

Avg. 33.7 32.8 31.8 30.3 29.7 29.7

Long 97 98t 103t 64 105t 101t

TD 3 3 1 0 1 2

No. 112 135 75 103 146

Yards 1,278 1,527 814 1,085 1,451

Avg. 11.4 11.3 10.9 10.5 9.9

Long 86t 83t 85t 78t 84t

TD 2 4 1 3 4

No. 19 27 13 32 19

Yards 351 427 203 489 286

Avg. 18.5 15.8 15.6 15.3 15.1

Long 83t 85t 27 86t 85t

TD 2 1 0 1 1

SEASON KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (Minimum One Per Game) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Smith, Verda (Vitamin T.) .................................... 1950 Brown, Ron .......................................................... 1985 Wilson, Tom ......................................................... 1956 Bass, Dick ............................................................ 1961 Williams, Travis ................................................... 1971 Horne, Tony ........................................................ 1999

CAREER PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Minimum 75) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years Hakim, Az-Zahir .............................................. 1998-01 Ellard, Henry ................................................... 1983-93 Smith, Verda (Vitamin T.) ............................... 1949-53 Kennison, Eddie .............................................. 1996-98 Irvin, LeRoy ..................................................... 1980-89

SEASON PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Minimum One Per Punt) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Lewis, Woodley ................................................... 1952 Smith, Verda (Vitamin.T)...................................... 1949 Horvath, Les ........................................................ 1948 Hakim, Az-Zahir ................................................... 2000 Hall, Dante ........................................................... 2007

CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years Touches Yards Bruce, Isaac.............1994-2007 965 14,311 Holt, Torry ................1999-2008 883 12,732 Ellard, Henry ................1983-93 765 11,707 Jackson, Steven ............20042,309 11,229 Faulk, Marshall ........1999-2006 1,919 11,048 Bass, Dick....................1960-69 1,510 8,936 Dickerson, Eric ............1983-87 1,648 8,157 Arnett, Jon ...................1957-63 1,042 8,036 McCutcheon, L. ...........1972-79 1,620 7,875 Bryant, Cullen ... 1973-81, 1987 1,080 6,735

Rush 23 11 18 1,962 1,447 1,218 1,525 688 1,435 802

Yards 150 57 55 8,397 6,959 5,417 7,245 2,852 6,186 3,119

Rec. Yards 942 14,109 869 12,660 593 9,761 343 2,753 470 4,071 214 1,845 123 912 175 1,911 184 1,683 142 1,149

PR 0 3 135 0 0 24 0 75 0 71

Yards 52 15 1,527 0 0 263 0 683 0 707

KR 0 0 19 4 2 54 0 104 1 65

Yards 0 0 364 79 18 1,415 0 2,590 6 1,760

TD 0 0 13 0 85

PAT 428 315 315 211 0

FG 265 158 60 120 0

2-Pt. 0 0 0 0 7

Tot. Pts. 1,223 789 573 571 524

TD 0 26 0 0 21

PAT 46 0 35 40 0

FG 39 0 32 30 0

2-Pt. 0 2 0 0 1

Tot. Pts. 163 160 131 130 128

CAREER SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years Wilkins, Jeff ................................................. 1997-2007 Lansford, Mike ................................................ 1982-90 Waterfield, Bob .............................................. 1945-52 Gossett, Bruce ............................................... 1964-69 Faulk, Marshall............................................ 1999-2006

SEASON SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Wilkins, Jeff .......................................................... 2003 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............................................ 2000 Wilkins, Jeff .......................................................... 2006 Ray, David ........................................................... 1973 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............................................ 2001

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9. 10.

Years Meador, Ed .................................................... 1959-70 Cromwell, Nolan ............................................. 1977-87 Irvin, LeRoy .................................................... 1980-89 Lyght, Todd .................................................... 1991-00 Lyle, Keith ....................................................... 1994-00 Perry, Rod ...................................................... 1975-82 Williams, Clarence .......................................... 1965-72 Sherman, Will ................................................. 1954-60 Elmendorf, Dave ............................................. 1971-79 Thomas, Pat.................................................... 1976-82

No. 46 37 34 31 28 28 28 28 27 26

Yards 547 671 654 359 336 386 428 515 421 292

Avg. 11.9 18.1 19.2 11.6 12.0 13.8 15.3 18.4 15.6 11.2

Long 38t 94 81t 57t 68 83t 65t 95t 57t 64

TD 5 4 5 4 0 4 2 3 2 1

No. *14 12 11 10 9 9 9 9

Yards 298 275 101 173 127 152 103 78

Avg. 21.3 22.9 9.2 17.3 14.1 16.9 11.4 8.7

Long 80t 36 36 46t 75t 68 34 27

TD 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 1

SEASON INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year Lane, Dick (Night Train) ...................................... 1952 Lewis, Woodley ................................................... 1950 Sherman, Will ...................................................... 1955 Jackson, Monte ................................................... 1976 McNeil, Ryan........................................................ 1997 Lyle, Keith ............................................................ 1996 Burroughs, Don ................................................... 1955 Sims, George ....................................................... 1949 *NFL Record

MOST CAREER PUNTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years Hatcher, Dale........ 1985-89, 1991 Donnie Jones ............ 2007-2010 Landeta, Sean .1993-96, 2003-04 Van Brocklin, Norm..... 1951-1957 Studstill, Pat................ 1968-1971 Villanueva, Danny....... 1961-1964

No. 432 388 380 343 298 296

Yards 17,302 18,177 16,747 14,783 11,980 13,099

Avg. 40.1 46.9 44.2 43.1 40.2 44.3

TB 28 33 42 – 25 13

In 20 121 117 90 – – –

Long 67 80 70 71 60 68

Blocks 2 0 0 1 0 1

No. 82 78 90 87 94 69 81

Yards 4,100 3,684 4.212 3,960 4,276 3,132 3,678

Avg. 50.0 47.2 46.8 45.5 45.5 45.4 45.4

TB 7 9 10 7 4 7 0

In 20 20 18 34 – 32 26 –

Long 68 80 63 65 63 74 68

Blocks 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

SEASON PUNTING AVERAGE Year 1. Jones, Donnie .................... 2008 2. Jones, Donnie .................... 2007 3. Jones, Donnie .................... 2009 4. Villanueva, Danny................ 1962 Jones, Donnie .................... 2010 5. Turk, Matt ............................ 2006 Villanueva, Danny................ 1963

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS PASSING Year 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player ................................ Att. Snyder, Bob ........................ 66 Snyder, Bob ........................ 87 Hall, Parker ....................... 208 Hall, Parker ....................... 183 Hall, Parker ....................... 190 Hall, Parker ....................... 140 Suspended Play/W.W. II Reisz, Albie ....................... 113 Waterfield, Bob ................ 171 Waterfield, Bob ................. 256 Waterfield, Bob .................. 221 Hardy, Jim ......................... 211 Waterfield, Bob .................. 296 Van Brocklin, Norm ........... 233 Waterfield, Bob .................. 176 Van Brocklin, Norm ............ 205 Van Brocklin, Norm ............ 286 Van Brocklin, Norm ............ 260 Van Brocklin, Norm ............ 272 Wade, Bill .......................... 178 Van Brocklin, Norm ............ 265 Wade, Bill ........................... 341 Wade, Bill ........................... 261 Wade, Bill ........................... 182 Bratkowski, Zeke................ 230 Bratkowski, Zeke................ 219 Gabriel, Roman .................. 281 Munson, Bill ...................... 223 Gabriel, Roman .................. 173 Gabriel, Roman .................. 397 Gabriel, Roman .................. 371 Gabriel, Roman .................. 366 Gabriel, Roman .................. 399 Gabriel, Roman .................. 407 Gabriel, Roman .................. 352 Gabriel, Roman .................. 323 Hadl, John ......................... 258 Harris, James .................... 198 Harris, James ..................... 285 Harris, James ..................... 158 Haden, Pat ......................... 216 Haden, Pat ......................... 444 Haden, Pat ......................... 290 Ferragamo, Vince .............. 404 Haden, Pat ......................... 267 Ferragamo, Vince .............. 209 Ferragamo, Vince .............. 464 Kemp, Jeff .......................... 284 Brock, Dieter ...................... 365 Everett, Jim ....................... 147 Everett, Jim ....................... 302 Everett, Jim ........................ 517 Everett, Jim ........................ 518 Everett, Jim ........................ 554 Everett, Jim ........................ 490 Everett, Jim ........................ 475 Everett, Jim ........................ 274 Miller, Chris ....................... 317 Miller, Chris ....................... 405 Banks, Tony ....................... 368 Banks, Tony ....................... 487 Banks, Tony ....................... 408 Warner, Kurt....................... 499 Green, Trent....................... 240 Warner, Kurt....................... 546 Bulger, Marc....................... 214 Bulger, Marc....................... 532 Bulger, Marc....................... 485 Bulger, Marc....................... 287 Bulger, Marc....................... 588 Bulger, Marc....................... 378 Bulger, Marc....................... 440 Bulger, Marc....................... 247 Bradford, Sam .................. 590

Cmp. 25 36 106 77 84 62

Yards 378 631 1,227 1,108 863 815

Pct. 37.9 41.4 51.0 42.1 44.2 44.3

TD 1 0 9 1 7 7

Int. 14 9 13 16 19 19

Long

Sk/Yds

39 59

Rating 23.0 27.2 57.5 27.8 30.5 40.3

49 88 128 96 112 154 127 88 113 156 139 144 91 132 181 153 106 124 110 130 108 83 217 196 184 217 211 180 165 135 106 157 91 122 229 163 240 138 118 274 143 218 73 162 308 304 307 277 281 135 173 232 192 252 241 325 145 375 138 336 321 192 370 221 251 140 354

777 1,609 1,772 1,210 1,390 2,168 2,061 1,566 1,736 2,393 2,637 1,890 1,461 2,105 2,875 2,001 1,294 1,547 1,541 1,947 1,533 1,321 2,540 2,779 2,364 2,549 2,552 2,238 2,027 2,008 1,544 2,148 1,460 1,551 2,995 1,854 3,199 1,815 1,609 3,276 2,021 2,658 1,018 2,064 3,964 4,310 3,989 3,438 3,323 1,652 2,104 2,623 2,544 3,254 2,535 4,353 2,063 4,830 1,826 3,845 3,964 2,297 4,301 2,392 2,720 1,469 3,512

43.4 51.4 50.0 43.4 50.7 52.0 54.5 50.0 55.1 54.5 53.5 52.9 51.1 49.8 53.1 58.6 58.2 53.9 50.2 46.3 48.4 48.0 54.7 52.8 50.3 54.4 52.0 51.1 51.1 52.3 53.5 55.1 57.6 56.5 51.6 56.2 59.4 51.7 56.5 59.1 50.4 59.7 49.7 53.6 59.6 58.7 55.4 56.5 59.2 49.3 54.6 57.3 52.2 51.7 59.1 65.1 60.4 68.7 64.5 63.2 66.2 66.9 63.0 58.5 57.0 56.7 60.0

8 14 17 8 14 17 18 13 14 19 13 8 10 20 18 12 12 8 9 8 9 11 10 25 19 24 16 17 12 22 11 14 8 11 13 11 30 9 9 22 13 16 8 10 31 29 23 11 22 8 16 18 15 14 7 41 16 36 14 22 21 14 24 11 11 5 18

10 16 18 18 7 24 14 10 17 14 21 15 13 21 22 17 11 13 16 11 15 5 16 13 16 7 12 10 15 11 6 15 6 6 19 14 19 13 9 23 7 13 8 13 18 17 17 20 18 12 14 15 15 13 14 13 5 22 6 22 14 9 8 15 13 6 15

70 84 57 45 69t 71t 58 91t 84t 70t 80t 74t 76t 81t 93t 72t 63 84t 80t 77t 95t 60t 84t 80t 60t 93t 71 68 57 69 50 54 80 58 68t 50 74t 64 85t 61t 63t 64t 60t 81t 69t 78t 55t 78 67t 60t 54 72 77t 76 80t 75t 64 65t 58 48 56 57t 67t 40 80t 50 49

53.6 72.5 65.9 39.2 82.1 61.3 85.1 81.8 71.5 84.1 71.9 62.0 67.2 68.8 72.2 71.1 77.0 63.1 56.5 62.7 56.5 83.0 65.9 85.7 70.0 86.8 72.2 75.5 63.8 88.8 85.3 73.8 89.8 84.4 65.0 68.2 89.7 64.4 77.7 75.5 78.7 81.8 67.8 68.4 89.2 90.6 79.3 68.9 80.1 59.7 73.6 76.2 71.0 71.5 68.6 109.2 101.8 101.4 101.5 81.4 93.7 94.4 92.9 70.3 71.4 70.7 76.5

44/337 23/183 14/97 48/319 24/201 27/296 14/182 20/134 25/200 12/102 17/126 12/101 21/180 14/151 17/151 32/216 21/178 23/191 28/227 7/65 21/178 24/190 51/351 8/50 17/139 28/197 29/214 30/198 30/200 26/204 18/125 28/193 31/244 48/306 43/317 41/237 29/201 24/145 38/233 12/102 37/288 41/302 26/192 49/366 37/269 38/263 14/85 34/244

RUSHING Year 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player ................................ Att. Drake, Johnny (Zero) .......... 98 Davis, Corbett ..................... 71 Hall, Parker ....................... 120 Drake, Johnny (Zero) ......... 130 Drake, Johnny (Zero) ......... 101 Magnani, Dante ................. 59 Suspended Play/W.W. II West, Pat ............................. 66 Gehrke, Fred ....................... 74 Gehrke, Fred ....................... 71 Washington, Kenny ............. 60 Hoerner, Dick ...................... 76 Hoerner, Dick ..................... 155 Davis, Glenn ........................ 88 Towler, Dan ....................... 126 Towler, Dan........................ 156 Towler, Dan........................ 152 Younger, Paul (Tank) .......... 91 Waller, Ron ....................... 151 Waller, Ron ......................... 83 Wilson, Tom ...................... 127 Arnett, Jon ......................... 133 Matson, Ollie ..................... 161 Arnett, Jon.......................... 104 Arnett, Jon.......................... 158 Bass, Dick ......................... 196 Bass, Dick .......................... 143 Wilson, Ben ....................... 159 Bass, Dick .......................... 121 Bass, Dick .......................... 248 Josephson, Les .................. 178 Ellison, Willie ...................... 151 Smith, Larry........................ 166 Josephson, Les .................. 150 Ellison, Willie ...................... 211 Ellison, Willie ...................... 170 McCutcheon, Lawrence .... 210 McCutcheon, Lawrence ..... 236 McCutcheon, Lawrence ..... 213 McCutcheon, Lawrence ..... 291 McCutcheon, Lawrence ..... 294 Bryant, Cullen ................... 178 Tyler, Wendell ................... 218 Bryant, Cullen ................... 183 Tyler, Wendell .................... 260 Tyler, Wendell .................... 137 Dickerson, Eric .................. 390 Dickerson, Eric ................... 379 Dickerson, Eric ................... 292 Dickerson, Eric ................... 404 White, Charles ................... 324 Bell, Greg .......................... 288 Bell, Greg ........................... 272 Gary, Cleveland ................ 204 Delpino, Robert ................. 214 Gary, Cleveland ................ 279 Bettis, Jerome ................... 294 Bettis, Jerome ................... 319 Bettis, Jerome ................... 183 Phillips, Lawrence .............. 193 Phillips, Lawrence .............. 183 Henley, June ........................ 88 Faulk, Marshall................... 253 Faulk, Marshall................... 253 Faulk, Marshall................... 260 Faulk, Marshall................... 212 Faulk, Marshall................... 209 Faulk, Marshall................... 195 Jackson, Steven ............... 254 Jackson, Steven ............... 346 Jackson, Steven ............... 237 Jackson, Steven ............... 253 Jackson, Steven ............... 324 Jackson, Steven ............... 330

Yards 333 202 458 480 246 344

Avg. 3.4 2.8 3.8 3.6 2.4 5.8

Long

15 71

TD 3 3 2 9 2 2

220 467 371 444 354 582 416 854 894 879 610 716 543 616 683 863 436 609 1,033 577 553 549 1,090 800 616 599 640 1,000 764 1,097 1,109 911 1,168 1,238 658 1,109 807 1,074 564 1,808 2,105 1,234 1,821 1,374 1,212 1,137 808 688 1,125 1,429 1,025 637 632 633 313 1,381 1,359 1,382 953 818 774 1,046 1,528 1,002 1,042 1,416 1,241

3.3 6.3 5.2 7.4 4.7 3.7 4.7 6.8 5.7 5.8 6.7 4.7 6.5 4.9 5.1 5.4 4.2 3.9 5.3 3.6 3.5 4.5 4.4 4.5 4.1 3.6 4.3 4.7 4.5 5.2 4.7 4.3 4.0 4.2 3.7 5.1 4.4 4.1 4.1 4.6 5.6 4.2 4.5 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.0 3.2 4.0 4.9 3.2 3.5 3.3 3.5 3.6 5.5 5.4 5.3 4.5 3.9 4.0 4.1 4.4 4.2 4.1 4.4 3.8

31 72 53 92t 23 37 55 79t 44t 73t 75t 55t 46 46 57 50 31 26 57 51 27 44t 50 27 52t 46 23 80t 37 37 23 43 40 48 26 63t 20 69t 54 85t 66 43 42t 58 44 47 48 36 63 71t 19 41 38 28 22 58 36 71t 44 52 40 51 59t 54 56t 58 42t

0 7 3 5 4 6 3 6 10 7 8 7 1 3 6 6 2 4 6 5 5 2 8 4 5 1 5 4 5 2 3 2 9 7 7 9 3 12 9 18 14 12 11 11 16 15 14 9 7 7 3 3 4 8 3 7 18 12 8 10 3 8 13 5 7 4 6

RECEIVING Year 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player .................................No. Busich, Sam ........................ 13 Benton, Jim ......................... 21 Spadacinni, Vic .................. 32 Benton, Jim ......................... 22 Hickey, Howard (Red) ........ 21 Magnani, Dante.................... 24 Suspended Play/W.W. II Benton, Jim ......................... 39 Benton, Jim ......................... 45 Benton, Jim ......................... 63 Benton, Jim .......................... 35 Fears, Tom .......................... 51 Fears, Tom........................... 77 Fears, Tom........................... 84 Hirsch, Elroy ........................ 66 Fears, Tom........................... 48 Hirsch, Elroy ........................ 61 Boyd, Bob ........................... 53 Fears, Tom........................... 44 Clarke, Leon ........................ 36 Hirsch, Elroy ........................ 32 Shofner, Del ........................ 51 Shofner, Del ......................... 47 Phillips, Jim ......................... 52 Phillips, Jim .......................... 78 Phillips, Jim .......................... 60 Phillips, Jim .......................... 54 McKeever, Marlin (TE) ........ 41 McDonald, Tom ................... 67 Moore, Tom (RB) ................. 60 Casey, Bernie ..................... 53 Truax, Billy (TE) ................... 35 Snow, Jack .......................... 49 Snow, Jack........................... 51 Rentzel, Lance .................... 38 Snow, Jack........................... 30 Jackson, Harold .................. 40 McCutcheon, Lawrence (RB)39 Jackson, Harold .................. 43 Jackson, Harold .................. 39 Jackson, Harold .................. 48 Miller, Willie ......................... 50 Dennard, Preston ................ 43 Bryant, Cullen (RB) .............. 53 Dennard, Preston ................ 49 Tyler, Wendell (RB).............. 38 Barber, Mike (TE)................. 55 Ellard, Henry ........................ 34 Ellard, Henry ........................ 54 Ellard, Henry ........................ 34 Ellard, Henry ........................ 51 Ellard, Henry ........................ 86 Ellard, Henry ........................ 70 Ellard, Henry ........................ 76 Ellard, Henry ........................ 64 Gary, Cleveland (RB) ........... 52 Ellard, Henry ........................ 61 Bailey, Johnny (RB) ............. 58 Bruce, Isaac ....................... 119 Bruce, Isaac ......................... 84 Lee, Amp (RB) ..................... 61 Lee, Amp (RB) ..................... 64 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............ 87 Bruce, Isaac ......................... 87 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............ 83 Holt, Torry ............................ 91 Holt, Torry .......................... 117 Holt, Torry ............................ 94 Holt, Torry .......................... 102 Holt, Torry ............................ 93 Holt, Torry ............................ 93 Holt, Torry ............................ 64 Avery, Donnie ...................... 47 Amendola, Danny............... 85

Yards 136 418 292 351 294 276

Avg. 10.5 19.9 9.1 16.0 14.0 11.5

Long

39 67

TD 0 5 1 3 4 4

505 1,067 993 511 698 1,013 1,116 1,495 600 941 1,212 569 650 477 1,097 936 883 1,092 875 793 582 1,036 433 871 417 734 859 534 590 874 408 786 751 666 767 766 386 821 375 657 622 811 447 799 1,414 1,382 1,294 1,052 293 945 516 1,781 1,338 825 667 1,048 1,471 765 1,302 1,696 1,372 1,331 1,188 1,189 796 589 689

12.9 23.7 15.8 14.6 13.7 13.2 13.3 22.7 12.5 15.4 22.9 12.9 18.1 14.9 21.5 19.9 17.0 14.0 14.6 14.7 14.2 15.5 7.2 16.4 11.9 15.0 16.8 14.1 19.7 21.9 10.5 18.3 19.3 13.9 15.3 17.8 7.3 16.8 9.9 11.9 18.3 15.0 13.1 15.7 16.4 19.7 17.0 16.4 5.6 15.5 8.9 15.0 15.9 13.5 10.4 12.0 16.9 9.2 14.3 14.5 14.6 13.0 12.8 12.8 12.4 12.5 8.1

36 84 57 43 80 51t 53 91 36 70 80 31 60 45 92 72 61t 69t 65t 52 46 51 30t 57t 22 74t 71 41 57 69 50 54 65 58 52 50 25 64 40 42t 63t 64t 34 81t 68 53 50t 38 22 54 28 72 70 62 44 57t 78t 65t 58 48 75t 44 67t 40 45t 50 36

6 8 6 6 4 9 7 17 6 4 6 2 4 6 8 7 8 5 5 1 1 9 3 8 3 6 7 5 4 13 2 7 5 6 5 4 3 4 4 3 6 5 4 3 10 8 4 3 3 2 7 13 7 3 2 5 9 9 4 12 10 9 10 7 3 5 3

PUNTING Year 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player ............................................... No. Hall, Parker ........................................58 Hall, Parker .........................................57 Hall, Parker .........................................49 Jacobs, Jack ......................................33 Suspended Play/W.W. II Reisz, Albie ........................................25 Waterfield, Bob ..................................39 Waterfield, Bob ..................................39 Waterfield, Bob ...................................59 Waterfield, Bob ...................................43 Waterfield, Bob ...................................49 Waterfield, Bob ...................................52 Van Brocklin, Norm ............................48 Van Brocklin, Norm .............................29 Van Brocklin, Norm .............................60 Van Brocklin, Norm .............................44 Van Brocklin, Norm .............................60 Van Brocklin, Norm .............................48 Van Brocklin, Norm .............................54 Shofner, Del .......................................49 Shofner, Del ........................................48 Shofner, Del ........................................54 Villanueva, Danny ..............................46 Villanueva, Danny ...............................87 Villanueva, Danny ...............................81 Villanueva, Danny ...............................82 Lothridge, Billy ...................................42 Kilgore, Jon ........................................71 Kilgore, Jon .........................................68 Studstill, Pat .......................................81 Studstill, Pat ........................................80 Studstill, Pat ........................................67 Studstill, Pat ........................................70 Chapple, Dave ...................................53 Chapple, Dave ....................................51 Burke, Mike ........................................46 Carrell, Duane ....................................73 Jackson, Rusty ...................................77 Walker, Glen ......................................73 Walker, Glen .......................................83 Clark, Ken ..........................................93 Corral, Frank ......................................76 Corral, Frank .......................................89 Misko, John ........................................45 Misko, John .........................................82 Misko, John .........................................74 Hatcher, Dale .....................................87 Hatcher, Dale ......................................97 Hatcher, Dale ......................................76 Hatcher, Dale ......................................36 Hatcher, Dale ......................................73 English, Keith .....................................68 Hatcher, Dale ......................................63 Bracken, Don .....................................76 Landeta, Sean ....................................42 Landeta, Sean ....................................78 Landeta, Sean ....................................83 Landeta, Sean.....................................78 Horan, Mike.........................................53 Tuten, Rick ..........................................95 Tuten, Rick ..........................................32 Baker, John .........................................43 Baker, John .........................................43 Berger, Mitch.......................................72 Landeta, Sean.....................................59 Landeta, Sean.....................................40 Barker, Bryan ......................................50 Turk, Matt ............................................69 Jones, Donnie ...................................78 Jones, Donnie ...................................82 Jones, Donnie ...................................90 Jones, Donnie ...................................94

Yards

1,743 2,500 1,833 2,177 2,087 1,992 1,250 2,529 1,874 2,676 2,070 2,392 2,018 2,004 2,301 1,845 3,960 3,678 3,616 1,619 3,037 2,872 3,207 3,259 2,618 2,896 2,344 2,079 1,701 2,874 3,006 2,568 3,069 3,731 3,004 3,735 1,961 3,301 2,866 3,761 3,740 3,140 1,424 2,834 2,663 2,403 3,122 1,825 3,494 3,679 3,491 2,272 4,202 1,359 1,736 1,809 3,020 2,525 1,733 2,137 3,132 3,684 4,100 4,212 4,276

Avg. 41.0 43.0 40.1 42.3 40.1 40.7 44.6 42.4 42.6 44.4 40.1 41.5 43.1 42.2 42.6 44.6 43.1 44.3 41.2 41.8 42.6 40.1 45.5 45.4 44.1 38.5 42.8 42.2 39.6 40.7 39.1 41.4 44.2 40.8 37.0 39.4 39.0 35.2 37.0 40.1 39.5 42.0 43.6 40.3 38.7 43.2 38.6 41.3 39.6 38.8 39.2 38.1 41.1 43.5 44.8 44.3 44.8 42.9 44.2 42.5 40.4 42.1 41.9 42.8 43.3 42.7 45.4 47.2 50.0 46.8 45.5

TB

1 7 0 5 3 4 6 4 9 6 6 3 6 4 9 6 8 5 7 5 3 2 12 9 6 5 4 1 7 2 5 4 7 9 12 9 4 10 7 5 7 10 5 3 4 7 9 7 10 4

In 20

16 11 26 17 15 19 10 18 21 32 26 19 13 15 8 16 20 7 23 23 23 10 16 9 13 9 26 14 9 13 26 18 20 34 20

Long 80 75 67 66

Blocks

66 68 65 86 88 61 61 62 66 57 61 61 72 71 62 66 63 53 65 68 58 55 58 68 58 60 53 60 70 65 51 57 61 56 61 60 65 67 59 67 58 67 57 62 54 54 58 52 59 66 62 63 70 60 64 70 59 58 64 57 63 63 74 80 68 63 63

0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

FIELD GOALS Year 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Att. Snyder, Bob .............................................................. 1 Peterson, Nelson ....................................................... 2 Davis, Corby .............................................................. 2 Adams, Chet ............................................................. 5 Adams, Chet ............................................................. 2 Adams, Chet ............................................................. 6 Suspended Play/W.W. II Zontini, Louis ............................................................. 6 Waterfield, Bob ......................................................... 3 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 11 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 16 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 11 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 17 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 14 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 23 Waterfield, Bob ........................................................ 19 Agajanian, Ben ........................................................ 23 Agajanian, Ben ........................................................ 25 Richter, Les ............................................................. 15 Richter, Les .............................................................. 15 Cothren, Paige ........................................................ 19 Cothren, Paige ......................................................... 25 Michaels, Lou ........................................................... 17 Villanueva, Danny ................................................... 19 Villanueva, Danny .................................................... 27 Villanueva, Danny .................................................... 20 Villanueva, Danny .................................................... 17 Gossett, Bruce ......................................................... 24 Gossett, Bruce ......................................................... 26 Gossett, Bruce ......................................................... 49 Gossett, Bruce ......................................................... 43 Gossett, Bruce ......................................................... 31 Gossett, Bruce ......................................................... 34 Ray, David .............................................................. 29 Ray, David ............................................................... 29 Ray, David ............................................................... 41 Ray, David ............................................................... 47 Ray, David ............................................................... 31 Dempsey, Tom ........................................................ 26 Dempsey, Tom ........................................................ 26 Septien, Rafael ....................................................... 30 Corral, Frank ........................................................... 43 Corral, Frank ........................................................... 25 Corral, Frank ........................................................... 30 Corral, Frank ........................................................... 26 Lansford, Mike ........................................................ 15 Nelson, Chuck.......................................................... 11 Lansford, Mike ........................................................ 33 Lansford, Mike ......................................................... 29 Lansford, Mike ......................................................... 24 Lansford, Mike ......................................................... 21 Lansford, Mike ......................................................... 32 Lansford, Mike ......................................................... 30 Lansford, Mike ......................................................... 24 Zendejas, Tony ....................................................... 17 Zendejas, Tony ........................................................ 20 Zendejas, Tony ........................................................ 23 Zendejas, Tony ........................................................ 23 Biasucci, Dean ......................................................... 12 Lohmiller, Chip ......................................................... 25 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 37 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 26 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 28 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 17 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 29 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 25 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 42 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 24 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 31 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 37 Wilkins, Jeff .............................................................. 32 Brown, Josh ........................................................... 36 Brown, Josh ........................................................... 24 Brown, Josh ........................................................... 39

Made 1 2 1 1 1 3

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .500 .200 .500 .500

Long 30 18 27 29 40 46

3 1 6 7 6 9 7 13 11 10 13 10 8 11 14 8 12 13 10 9 18 15 28 20 17 22 45 18 24 30 25 21 17 18 29 13 16 17 9 5 25 22 17 17 24 23 15 17 15 16 18 9 21 25 20 20 17 23 19 39 19 27 32 24 31 19 33

.500 .333 .545 .437 .545 .529 .500 .565 .579 .434 .520 .667 .533 .579 .560 .470 .631 .481 .500 .529 .750 .577 .571 .465 .548 .647 .644 .620 .585 .638 .806 .808 .654 .600 .674 .520 .533 .654 .600 .455 .758 .759 .708 .810 .750 .767 .625 1.000 .750 .696 .783 .750 .840 .675 .769 .714 1.000 .793 .760 .929 .792 .871 .864 .750 .861 .792 .846

39 28 37 45 47 42 46 47 45 47 41 41 32 44 43 40 36 38 51 47 44 49 48 47 37 44 46 49 45 49 48 51 49 45 48 49 47 44 39 41 50 52 50 48 49 48 46 50 49 54 47 51 50 52 57 51 51 54 47 53 53 53 53 53 54 54 53

SCORING Year Player TDR 1937 Drake, Johnny (Zero) 3 1938 Benton, Jim ........................... 1 1939 Drake, Johnny (Zero) ............ 9 1940 Drake, Johnny (Zero) ............ 9 1941 Hickey, Howard (Red) ........... 0 1942 Magnani, Dante...................... 2 1943 Suspended Play/W.W. II 1944 Zontini, Lou ........................... 3 1945 Waterfield, Bob ..................... 5 1946 Waterfield, Bob ..................... 1 1947 Waterfield, Bob ...................... 1 1948 Waterfield, Bob ...................... 0 1949 Waterfield, Bob ...................... 1 1950 Waterfield, Bob ...................... 1 1951 Hirsch, Elroy (WR-RB) .......... 0 1952 Waterfield, Bob ...................... 1 1953 Agajanian, Ben ...................... 0 1954 Towler, Dan (RB) ................ 11 1955 Richter, Les ........................... 0 1956 Richter, Les ............................ 0 1957 Cothren, Paige ...................... 0 1958 Cothren, Paige ....................... 0 1959 Shofner, Del (WR) ................ 0 1960 Villanueva, Danny ................. 0 1961 Villanueva, Danny .................. 0 1962 Villanueva, Danny .................. 0 1963 Villanueva, Danny .................. 0 1964 Gossett, Bruce ....................... 0 1965 Gossett, Bruce ....................... 0 1966 Gossett, Bruce ....................... 0 1967 Gossett, Bruce ....................... 0 1968 Gossett, Bruce ....................... 0 1969 Gossett, Bruce ....................... 0 1970 Ray, David ............................ 0 1971 Ray, David ............................. 0 1972 Ray, David ............................. 0 1973 Ray, David ............................. 0 1974 Ray, David ............................. 0 1975 Dempsey, Tom ...................... 0 1976 Dempsey, Tom ...................... 0 1977 Septien, Rafael ..................... 0 1978 Corral, Frank ......................... 0 1979 Corral, Frank ......................... 0 1980 Corral, Frank ......................... 0 1981 Tyler, Wendell (RB) ............ 12 1982 Tyler, Wendell (RB)................ 9 1983 Dickerson, Eric (RB) ............ 18 1984 Lansford, Mike ...................... 0 1985 Lansford, Mike ....................... 0 1986 Lansford, Mike ....................... 0 1987 Lansford, Mike ....................... 0 1988 Lansford, Mike ....................... 0 1989 Lansford, Mike ....................... 0 1990 Gary, Cleveland (RB) ........... 14 1991 Zendejas, Tony ..................... 0 1992 Zendejas, Tony ...................... 0 1993 Zendejas, Tony ...................... 0 1994 Zendejas, Tony ...................... 0 1995 Bruce, Isaac (WR).................. 0 1996 Lohmiller, Chip ....................... 0 1997 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 1998 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 1999 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2000 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............ 26 2001 Faulk, Marshall (RB) ............ 21 2002 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2003 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2004 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2005 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2006 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2007 Wilkins, Jeff ............................ 0 2008 Brown, Josh ......................... 0 2009 Brown, Josh ......................... 0 2010 Brown, Josh ......................... 0 * 2-point Conversion

TDP 2 5 0 0 4 3

TDRT 0 0 0 0 0 0

PAT 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TP 30 36 54 56 24 30

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14-16 31-34 37-37 27-30 38-44 43-46 54-58 0-0 44-45 36-37 0-0 30-31 36-38 38-39 42-43 0-0 28-28 32-32 26-27 25-26 31-32 30-32 29-29 48-48 37-37 36-36 34-34 37-37 31-31 40-42 25-31 31-36 36-44 32-35 31-33 36-39 51-52 0-0 0-0 0-0 37-38 38-39 34-35 36-38 45-48 51-51 0-0 25-26 38-38 23-25 28-28 1* 28-29 32-32 25-26 64-64 2* 1* 37-37 46-46 32-32 36-36 36-36 25-25 19-19 16-16 26-27

3-6 1-3 6-11 7-16 6-11 9-17 7-14 0-0 11-19 10-23 0-0 13-22 8-15 11-19 14-25 0-0 12-19 13-27 10-20 9-17 18-24 15-26 28-49 20-43 17-31 22-34 29-45 18-29 24-41 30-47 9-16 21-26 17-26 18-30 29-43 13-25 16-30 0-0 0-0 0-0 25-33 22-29 17-24 17-21 24-32 23-30 0-0 17-17 15-20 16-23 18-23 0-0 21-25 25-37 20-26 20-28 0-0 0-0 19-25 39-42 19-24 27-31 32-37 24-32 31-36 19-24 33-39

47 64 61 54 56 77 91 102 83 66 66 69 60 71 84 42 64 71 56 52 85 75 113 108 88 102 121 91 103 130 52 94 87 86 118 75 99 102 78 120 112 104 85 87 117 120 90 76 83 71 82 80 91 107 85 124 160 128 94 163 89 117 131 97 112 73 125

KICKOFF RETURNS Year 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player No. Magnani, Dante ................... 11 Suspended Play/W.W. II Reisz, Al .............................. 12 Gehrke, Fred ......................... 9 Gehrke, Fred ......................... 8 Harmon, Tom ........................ 9 Gehrke, Fred ....................... 17 Kalmanir, Tom ..................... 18 Smith, Verda (Vitamin T.) ... 22 Davis, Glenn ......................... 9 Quinlan, Skeet .................... 17 Lewis, Woodley ................... 32 Lewis, Woodley .................... 34 Waller, Ron ......................... 17 Wilson, Tom ........................ 15 Arnett, Jon ........................... 18 Arnett, Jon............................ 16 Matson, Ollie ....................... 16 Arnett, Jon............................ 17 Bass, Dick ........................... 23 Atkins, Pervis ...................... 28 Shannon, Carver ................. 28 Shannon, Carver .................. 18 Smith, Bob .......................... 17 Williams, Clarence .............. 15 Ellison, Willie ....................... 13 Smith, Ron .......................... 26 Smith, Ron ........................... 27 Haymond, Alvin ................... 35 Williams, Travis ................... 25 Ellison, Willie ....................... 14 Bryant, Cullen ..................... 13 Bryant, Cullen ...................... 23 McGee, Willie ...................... 17 Bryant, Cullen ...................... 16 Tyler, Wendell ..................... 24 Latin, Jerry .......................... 22 Hill, Drew ............................. 40 Hill, Drew ............................. 43 Hill, Drew.............................. 60 Redden, Barry ..................... 22 Redden, Barry ..................... 18 Redden, Barry ..................... 23 Brown, Ron ......................... 28 Brown, Ron ......................... 36 Brown, Ron ......................... 27 Brown, Ron ......................... 19 Brown, Ron ......................... 47 Green, Gaston ..................... 25 Turner, Vernon .................... 24 Turner, Vernon .................... 29 Boykin, Deral ....................... 13 Lang, David ......................... 27 Thomas, J.T. ....................... 32 Thomas, J.T. ........................ 30 Thompson, David ................. 49 Horne, Tony ......................... 56 Horne, Tony ......................... 30 Horne, Tony ......................... 57 Canidate, Trung ................... 36 Wilkins, Terrence ................. 47 Harris, Arlen ......................... 51 Harris, Arlen ......................... 47 Johnson, Chris ..................... 38 Ponder, Willie ....................... 26 Hall, Dante ........................... 29 Hall, Dante ........................... 37 Amendola, Danny............... 66 Amendola, Danny............... 50

Yards 250

Avg. 22.7

Long 37

TD 0

285 173 186 208 464 403 742 179 440 830 836 461 477 504 331 367 416 698 676 823 442 451 420 340 718 585 1,022 743 345 369 617 404 459 523 467 803 880 1,170 502 358 530 918 794 581 401 968 560 457 569 216 626 752 643 1,110 1,306 892 1,379 748 1,074 1,175 951 857 605 729 763 1,618 1,142

23.7 19.2 23.2 23.1 27.3 22.4 33.7 19.9 25.9 25.9 24.6 27.1 31.8 28.0 20.7 22.9 24.5 30.3 24.1 29.4 24.6 26.9 28.0 26.2 27.6 21.6 29.2 29.7 24.6 28.4 26.8 23.8 28.7 21.8 21.2 20.1 20.5 19.5 22.8 18.8 23.0 32.8 22.1 21.5 21.1 20.6 22.4 19.0 19.6 16.6 23.2 23.5 21.4 22.7 23.3 29.7 24.2 20.8 22.9 23.0 20.2 22.6 23.3 25.1 20.6 24.5 22.8

44 30 28 34 92t 57 97t 33 56 69 88t 39 103t 98t 32 48 43 64 41 99t 40 56 81 58 94t 37 98t 105t 32 93 84 46 90 27 41 39 98t 50 85 43 40 98t 55 95t 73 74 99t 36 35 35 57 46 43 56 102t 101t 103t 40 42 42 29 99t 40 84 41 58 84

0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

PUNT RETURNS Year 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player No. Hall, Parker ......................... 13 Hall, Parker ......................... 12 Suspended Play/W.W. II .......... Kabealo, Mike ....................... 7 Gehrke, Fred ......................... 8 Gehrke, Fred ......................... 8 Harmon, Tom ...................... 27 Horvath, Les ........................ 13 Smith, Verda (Vitamin T.) .... 27 Smith, Verda (Vitamin T.) ... 22 Smith, Verda (Vitamin T.) ... 12 Lewis, Woodley ................... 19 Lewis, Woodley ................... 35 Lewis, Woodley ................... 22 Waller, Ron ......................... 14 Sherman, WiIl ..................... 12 Arnett, Jon ........................... 14 Arnett, Jon............................ 18 Arnett, Jon............................ 17 Bass, Dick ........................... 11 Arnett, Jon............................ 10 Atkins, Pervis ...................... 11 Shannon, Carver ................. 15 Shannon, Carver .................. 15 Stiger, Jim ........................... 13 Stiger, Jim ........................... 33 Cross, Irv ............................. 17 Meador, Ed ......................... 17 Haymond, Alvin ................... 33 Haymond, Alvin .................... 53 Haymond, Alvin .................... 24 Bertelsen, Jim ..................... 16 Bertelsen, Jim ...................... 26 Bertelsen, Jim ...................... 11 Bertelsen, Jim ...................... 11 Bryant, Cullen ..................... 29 Bryant, Cullen ...................... 20 Wallace, Jackie ................... 52 Brown, Eddie ....................... 56 Irvin, LeRoy ......................... 42 Irvin, LeRoy ......................... 46 Irvin, LeRoy ......................... 22 Ellard, Henry ....................... 16 Ellard, Henry ....................... 30 Ellard, Henry ....................... 37 Ellard, Henry ....................... 14 Ellard, Henry ....................... 15 Hicks, Clifford ...................... 25 Henley, Darryl ..................... 29 Henley, Darryl ..................... 19 Turner, Vernon .................... 23 Turner, Vernon ..................... 28 Turner, Vernon ..................... 28 Buchanan, Richard ............... 8 Bailey, Johnny ..................... 19 Kinchen, Todd ..................... 53 Kennison, Eddie ................... 29 Kennison, Eddie ................... 34 Kennison, Eddie ................... 40 Hakim, Az-Zahir ................... 44 Hakim, Az-Zahir ................... 32 Hakim, Az-Zahir ................... 36 Wilkins, Terrence ................. 25 Groce, DeJuan ..................... 19 McDonald, Shaun ................ 30 Looker, Dane ......................... 8 McDonald, Shaun ................ 23 Hall, Dante ........................... 19 Stanley, Derek ..................... 11 Amendola, Danny............... 31 Amendola, Danny............... 40

FC

5 11 6 2 7 6 15 8 15 11 3 10 4 1 2 1 5 19 7 6 1 4 3 9 11 6 0 19 4 4 6 6 1 4 7 16 20 25 22 17 12 13 3 18 2 14 6 4 11 18

Yards 125 148

Avg. 9.6 12.3

Long 25 32

TD 0 0

64 120 59 392 203 427 218 139 351 267 82 60 100 85 223 184 62 75 94 132 81 106 259 136 136 435 376 123 232 259 132 143 321 141 618 332 296 615 243 217 403 501 127 107 144 273 195 201 207 207 41 153 416 643 247 415 461 489 330 242 135 143 69 172 286 101 360 452

9.1 15.0 7.3 14.5 15.6 15.8 9.9 11.6 18.5 7.6 3.7 4.3 8.3 6.1 12.4 10.8 5.6 7.5 8.5 8.8 5.4 8.2 7.8 8.0 8.0 13.2 7.1 5.1 14.5 10.0 12.0 13.0 11.1 7.1 11.9 5.9 7.0 13.4 11.0 13.6 13.4 13.5 9.1 7.1 5.8 9.4 10.3 8.7 7.4 7.4 5.1 8.1 7.8 14.6 7.3 10.4 10.5 15.3 9.2 9.7 7.1 4.8 8.6 7.5 15.1 9.2 11.6 11.3

16 49 20 88t 27 85t 30 37 83t 78 16 21 76 22 58 71t 22 17 45 29 22 22 49 39 40 52 30 28 60 34 19 38 25 26 58 30 26 84t 63t 72t 83t 80t 20 29 13 25 26 29 23 23 12 24 27 78t 43 71t 84t 86t 32 55 19 39 17 33 85t 33 56 42

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

INTERCEPTIONS Year 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010

Player No. Drake, Johnny (Zero) ............ 2 Jacobs, Jack ......................... 4 Suspended Play/W.W. II Colella, Tom .......................... 4 Waterfield, Bob ..................... 6 Waterfield, Bob ..................... 5 Harmon, Tom ........................ 8 Naumetz, Fred ...................... 4 Sims, George ........................ 9 Lewis, Woodley ................... 12 Hecker, Norb ......................... 3 Lane, Dick (Night Train) ....... 14 Hecker, Norb ......................... 7 Sherman, Will ........................ 6 Sherman, Will....................... 11 Sherman, Will......................... 4 Richter, Les ........................... 4 Burroughs, Don ..................... 7 Meador, Ed ........................... 3 Britt, Charley ......................... 5 Crow, Lindon ......................... 6 Crow, Lindon .......................... 5 Meador, Ed ........................... 6 Richardson, Jerry .................. 5 Martin, Aaron ......................... 2 Williams, Clarence ................ 8 Meador, Ed ........................... 8 Williams, Clarence ................. 7 Meador, Ed ........................... 5 Williams, Clarence ................. 5 Howard, Gene ....................... 6 Nettles, Jim ........................... 6 Stukes, Charlie ...................... 5 Elmendorf, Dave ................... 7 Simpson, Bill ......................... 6 Jackson, Monte ................... 10 Simpson, Bill ......................... 6 Perry, Rod ............................. 8 Cromwell, Nolan .................... 5 Cromwell, Nolan .................... 8 Cromwell, Nolan .................... 5 Perry, Rod ............................. 3 Collins, Kirk ........................... 5 Irvin, LeRoy ........................... 5 Green, Gary .......................... 6 Gray, Jerry ............................ 8 Irvin, LeRoy ........................... 2 Johnson, Johnnie .................. 4 Gray, Jerry ............................ 6 Humphery, Bobby ................. 4 Gray, Jerry ............................ 3 Henley, Darryl ....................... 4 Bailey, Robert ....................... 2 Pope, Marquez....................... 3 Wright, Toby........................... 6 Lyle, Keith .............................. 9 McNeil, Ryan.......................... 9 Lyght, Todd ............................ 3 Lyle, Keith .............................. 3 Lyght, Todd ............................ 6 McCleon, Dexter .................... 8 Bly, Dre’ ................................. 6 Herring, Kim ........................... 3 Fisher, Travis ......................... 4 Williams, Aeneas ................... 4 Butler, Jerametrius ................. 4 Polley, Tommy (LB) ............... 4 Butler, Jerametrius ................. 5 Furrey, Mike ........................... 4 Bartell, Ron ........................... 3 Hill, Tye .................................. 3 Brown, Fakhir ......................... 3 Atogwe, Oshiomogho .......... 3 Atogwe, Oshiomogho .......... 8 Atogwe, Oshiomogho .......... 5 Butler, James ....................... 3 Feltcher, Bradley .................. 4

Yards 66 22

Avg. 33.0 5.5

Long 54 22

TD 0 0

53 92 72 136 75 78 275 74 298 91 70 101 122 60 72 3 117 117 100 38 146 60 97 103 51 97 108 99 168 104 186 90 173 157 117 109 140 94 57 113 166 84 101 47 18 48 52 83 41 41 66 79 152 127 30 20 112 28 150 38 205 82 72 32 15 143 63 20 17 8 125 91 17 41

13.3 15.3 14.4 17.0 18.8 8.7 22.9 24.7 21.3 13.0 11.7 9.2 30.5 15.0 10.3 1.0 23.4 19.5 20.0 6.3 29.2 30.0 12.1 12.9 7.3 19.4 21.6 16.5 28.0 20.8 26.6 15.0 17.3 26.2 14.6 21.8 17.5 18.8 19.0 22.6 33.2 14.0 12.6 23.5 4.5 8.0 13.0 27.7 10.3 20.5 22.0 13.2 16.9 14.1 10.0 6.7 18.7 3.5 25.0 12.7 51.3 20.5 18.0 8.0 3.0 35.8 21.0 6.7 5.7 2.7 15.6 18.2 5.6 10.3

19 29 28 36 68 27 36 36 80t 24 28 36 95t 25 46 3 73t 31 65t 20 41 37t 32t 30t 36 38t 65t 35 43 42 57t 29 46 42 44t 34 34 94t 33 58 81t 41t 28 47t 11 27t 44t 59t 25 41 51 27 68 75t 17 20 57t 23 93t 36 74t 46t 45 22 10 67t 38t 14 20 7 52t 43 17 28

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

TACKLES (Unofficial) Year 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Solo McKeever, Marlin (LB) 58 Pardee, Jack (LB) ........................................................................................ 46 Jones, David (DE) ........................................................................................ 75 Jones, David (DE) ........................................................................................ 68 Jones, David (DE) ........................................................................................ 98 Jones, David (DE) ...................................................................................... 100 Jones, David (DE) ........................................................................................ 87 Jones, David (DE) ........................................................................................ 59 Pottios, Myton (LB) ...................................................................................... 62 McKeever, Marlin (LB) ................................................................................. 76 Robinson, Isiah (LB) .................................................................................... 59 Reynolds, Jack (LB) ..................................................................................... 58 Reynolds, Jack (LB) ..................................................................................... 72 Reynolds, Jack (LB) ..................................................................................... 74 Reynolds, Jack (LB) ..................................................................................... 89 Elmendorf, Dave (S) .................................................................................... 59 Youngblood, Jim (LB) .................................................................................. 80 Reynolds, Jack (LB) ..................................................................................... 83 Reynolds, Jack (LB) ..................................................................................... 81 Ekern, Carl (LB) ........................................................................................... 85 Andrews, George (LB) ................................................................................. 47 Ekern, Carl (LB) ........................................................................................... 94 Collins, Jim (LB) ......................................................................................... 142 Collins, Jim (LB) ......................................................................................... 103 Newsome, Vince (S) .................................................................................... 91 Collins, Jim (LB) ........................................................................................... 78 Ekern, Carl (LB) ........................................................................................... 64 Newsome, Vince (S) .................................................................................... 64 Newsome, Vince (S) .................................................................................... 74 Kelm, Larry (LB) ........................................................................................... 88 Greene, Kevin (LB) ...................................................................................... 75 Phifer, Roman (LB) ...................................................................................... 96 Conlan, Shane (LB) ..................................................................................... 82 Phifer, Roman (LB) .................................................................................... 106 Phifer, Roman (LB) .................................................................................... 123 Jones, Robert (LB) ....................................................................................... 72 Jenkins, Billy (S) .......................................................................................... 90 Fletcher, London (LB) .................................................................................. 80 Fletcher, London (LB) ................................................................................ 117 Fletcher, London (LB) ................................................................................ 113 Archuleta, Adam (S)................................................................................... 101 Tinoisamoa, Pisa (LB).................................................................................. 70 Tinoisamoa, Pisa (LB)................................................................................ 100 Tinoisamoa, Pisa (LB).................................................................................. 91 Witherspoon, Will (LB) ............................................................................... 104 Witherspoon, Will (LB) ............................................................................... 103 Tinoisamoa, Pisa (LB).................................................................................. 88 Laurinaitis, James (LB) ............................................................................. 98 Laurinaitis, James (LB) ............................................................................. 98

Assists 31 25 22 27 14 39 23 55 26 32 23 28 29 38 31 35 43 61 38 46 20 36 43 37 22 12 29 25 18 17 12 21 24 43 47 43 31 58 76 76 48 51 45 43 32 29 47 48 16

Total 89 71 97 95 112 139 110 114 88 108 82 86 101 112 120 94 120 144 119 131 67 130 185 140 113 90 93 89 92 105 87 117 106 149 170 115 121 138 193 189 149 121 145 134 136 132 135 146 114

SACKS (Not an official sack until 1982) Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 14.5 1977 1978 1979 1980

Player No. Jack Zilly (DE) ..................................................... 7.0 Larry Brink (DE)................................................... 3.0 Andy Robustelli (DE) ........................................... 7.5 Andy Robustelli (DE) ........................................... 8.0 Andy Robustelli (DE) ........................................... 4.0 Andy Robustelli (DE) ........................................... 6.0 Paul Miller (DE) ................................................... 6.0 Dick Daugherty (LB) ............................................ 8.0 Lou Michaels (DE) ............................................... 6.0 George Struger (DT) ........................................... 5.0 Gene Brito (DE) ................................................... 7.0 Lamar Lundy (DE) ............................................. 11.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 12.0 Lamar Lundy (DE) ............................................... 9.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 22.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 19.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 18.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 21.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 22.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 15.0 Deacon Jones (DE) ........................................... 12.0 Coy Bacon (DE) ................................................ 11.0 Coy Bacon (DE) ................................................ 11.5 Jack Youngblood (DE) ...................................... 16.5 Jack Youngblood (DE) ...................................... 15.0 Jack Youngblood (DE) ...................................... 15.0 Jack Youngblood (DE) ............................................. Larry Brooks (DT) .............................................. 14.5 Jack Youngblood (DE) ........................................ 8.5 Larry Brooks (DE)................................................ 8.0 Jack Youngblood (DE) ...................................... 18.0 Jack Youngblood (DE) ...................................... 11.5

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 3.0 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player No. Jack Youngblood (DE) 12.5 Mike Fanning (DT)............................................... 5.0 Jack Youngblood (DE) ...................................... 10.5 Jack Youngblood (DE) ........................................ 9.5 Mike Wilcher (LB) .............................................. 12.5 Gary Jeter (DE) ................................................... 8.0 Gary Jeter (DE) ................................................... 7.0 Kevin Greene (LB)............................................. 16.5 Kevin Greene (LB)............................................. 16.5 Kevin Greene (LB)............................................. 13.0 Kevin Greene (LB).................................................... Gerald Robinson (DE) ......................................... 3.0 Kevin Greene (LB)............................................. 10.0 Sean Gilbert (DT) .............................................. 10.5 Robert Young (DE) .............................................. 6.5 D’Marco Farr (DT) ............................................. 11.0 Kevin Carter (DE) ................................................ 9.5 Leslie O’Neal (DE)............................................. 10.0 Kevin Carter (DE) .............................................. 12.0 Kevin Carter (DE) .............................................. 17.0 Grant Wistrom (DE) ........................................... 11.0 Leonard Little (DE) ............................................ 14.5 Leonard Little (DE) ............................................ 12.0 Leonard Little (DE) ............................................ 12.5 Bryce Fisher (DE) ................................................ 8.5 Leonard Little (DE) .............................................. 9.5 Leonard Little (DE) ............................................ 13.0 Will Witherspoon (LB).......................................... 7.0 James Hall (DE) ................................................. 6.5 Leonard Little (DE) .............................................. 6.5 James Hall (DE) ............................................... 10.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SERVICE Most Seasons 20 15

Jackie Slater, 1976-95 Charlie Cowan, 1961-75 Joe Scibelli, 1961-75 Merlin Olsen, 1962-76 14 Jack Youngblood, 1971-84 Doug Smith, 1978-91 Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 Most Games Played 259 Jackie Slater, 1976-95 208 Merlin Olsen, 1962-76 206 Charlie Cowan, 1961-75 Most Consecutive Games Played 201 Jack Youngblood, 1971-84 198 Merlin Olsen, 1962-76 184 Tom Mack, 1966-1978

SCORING Most Seasons Leading Team 9 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-99, 2002-07 7 Bob Waterfield, 1946-52 6 Bruce Gossett, 1964-69 Mike Lansford, 1982-90 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 6 Bruce Gossett, 1964-69 Mike Lansford, 1984-89 Bob Waterfield, 1945-50 Jeff Wilkins, 2002-07 5 David Ray, 1970-74 4 Danny Villaneuva, 1960-63 Tony Zendejas, 1991-94

POINTS Career 1,223 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 (428 pat, 265 fg) 789 Mike Lansford, 1982-90 (315 pat, 158 fg) 573 Bob Waterfield, 1945-52 (13 td, 315 pat, 60 fg) Season 163 Jeff Wilkins, 2003 (39 fg, 46 pat) 160 Marshall Faulk, 2000 (26 td, 2 two-point conv.) 131 Jeff Wilkins, 2006 (32 fg, 35 pat) Season, Rookie 120 Eric Dickerson, 1983 (20 td) 118 Frank Corral, 1978 (31 pat, 29 fg) 86 Rafael Septien, 1977 (32 pat, 18 fg) Game 24 Bob Shaw, vs. Washington, 12/11/49 (4 td) Elroy Hirsch, vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 (4 td) Harold Jackson, vs. Dallas, 10/14/73 (4 td) Az-Zahir Hakim, @ Cincinnati, 10/3/99 (4 td) Isaac Bruce, vs. San Francisco, 10/10/99 (4 td) Marshall Faulk, @ San Francisco, 10/29/00 (4 td) Marshall Faulk, vs. Minnesota, 12/10/00 (4 td) Marshall Faulk, @ Tampa Bay, 12/18/00 (4 td) Marshall Faulk, vs. Indianapolis, 12/30/01 (4 td) Marshall Faulk, vs. Seattle, 10/20/02 (4 td) Steven Jackson, @ Minnesota, 12/31/06 (4 td) 21 Jeff Wilkins, vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 (5 fg, 6 pat) 18 Many times, last by Steven Jackson, vs. Dallas 10/19/08 (3 td)

Game, Opponent 26 Gordy Soltau, @ San Francisco, 10/28/51 (3 td, 1 fg, 5 pat) 24 Many times, last by Ron Moore, @ Phoenix, 12/4/93 (4 td) 21 Two times, last by Rich Karlis, @ Minnesota, 11/15/89 (7 fg)

TOUCHDOWNS Career 85 84 74 Season 26 21 20 Game 4

Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 (58 r, 27 p) Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 (84 p) Torry Holt, 1999-2008 (74 p) Marshall Faulk, 2000 (18 r, 8 p) Marshall Faulk, 2001 (12 r, 9 p) Eric Dickerson, 1983 (18 r, 2 p)

Bob Shaw, vs. Washington, 12/11/49 (4 p) Elroy Hirsch, vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 (4 p) Harold Jackson, vs. Dallas, 10/14/73 (4 p) Az-Zahir Hakim, @ Cincinnati, 10/3/99 (3p, 1 pr) Isaac Bruce, vs. San Francisco, 10/10/99 (4 p) Marshall Faulk, @ San Francisco, 10/29/00 (2 r, 2 p) Marshall Faulk, vs. Minnesota, 12/10/00 (4 r) Marshall Faulk, @ Tampa Bay, 12/18/00 (3 r, 1 p) Marshall Faulk, vs. Indianapolis, 12/30/01 (3 r, 1 p) Marshall Faulk, vs. Seattle, 10/20/02 (3 r, 1 p) Steven Jackson, @ Minnesota, 12/31/06 (3 r, 1 p) 3 Many times, last by Steven Jackson, vs. Dallas, 10/19/08 (3 r) 2 Many times, Last by Billy Bajema, vs. Denver 1/28/10 (2 p) Game, Opponent 4 Lenny Moore, @ Baltimore, 10/16/60 (4 r) Ron Moore, @ Phoenix, 12/4/93 (4 r) 3 Many times, last by Torrey Smith, Baltimore, 9/25/11 2 Many times, Last by Marques Colston, at New Orleans, 12/12/10 (2 p) Most Consecutive Games Scoring Touchdown 11 Elroy Hirsch, 1950-51 10 Eric Dickerson, 1983 Greg Bell, 1988-89 9 Marshall Faulk, 2001-02

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN Most Attempted, Career 429 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 336 Bob Waterfield, 1945-52 325 Mike Lansford, 1982-90 Most Attempted, Season 64 Jeff Wilkins, 1999 58 Bob Waterfield, 1950 52 Frank Corral, 1980 Most Attempted, Game 9 Bob Waterfield vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 8 Paige Cothren, vs. San Francisco, 11/9/58 Tom Dempsey, vs. Atlanta, 12/4/76 Chip Lohmiller, vs. Atlanta, 11/10/96 7 Many times, last by Jeff Wilkins, vs. Carolina, 1/11/01

*NFL Record † Ties NFL Record

Most Made, Career 428 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 315 Bob Waterfield, 1945-52 Mike Lansford, 1982-90 211 Bruce Gossett, 1964-69 Most Made, Season 64 Jeff Wilkins, 1999 58 Jeff Wilkins, 2001 54 Bob Waterfield, 1950 Most Made, Game †9 Bob Waterfield, vs. Balimore, 10/22/50 8 Paige Cothren, vs. San Francisco, 11/9/58 7 Bob Waterfield, @ New York Giants, 11/14/48 Bruce Gossett, vs. New York Giants, 11/13/66 Jeff Wilkins, vs. Carolina 11/11/01 Most Made, Game, Opponent 8 Tom Feamster, @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 Cliff Patton, @ Philadelphia, 10/7/50 7 Bob Jencks, vs. Chicago, 10/13/63 6 Many times, last by Neil Rackers, @ Arizona, 12/30/07 Most Consecutive Made 371 Jeff Wilkins, 1999-2007 165 Bruce Gossett, 1965-69 102 David Ray, 1970-72 Highest Percentage Made, Career (100 attempts) 99.8 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 (403-404) 98.2 Danny Villanueva, 1960-63 (111-113) 98.1 Bruce Gossett, 1964-69 (211-215) Most Made, No Misses, Season 64 Jeff Wilkins, 1999 58 Jeff Wilkins, 2001 51 Mike Lansford, 1989

TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Most Two 7 3 2

Most Two 2

1 Most Two 2 1 Most Two 2 2 Most Two 2 1

Point Conversions, Career Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 Jerome Bettis, 1993-95 Tony Banks, 1996-98 Ricky Proehl, 1998-2002 Point Conversions, Season Jerome Bettis, 1994 Marshall Faulk, 2000 Marshall Faulk, 2004 Many times, last by Torry Holt, 2007 Point Conversions, Game Marshall Faulk, vs. Atlanta, 10/15/00 (2 runs) Many times, last by Torry Holt, vs. Arizona, 10/7/07 (pass from Gus Frerotte) Point Conversions, Opponent, Season Terance Mathis, Atlanta, 1994 Reggie Bush, New Orleans, 2007 Point Conversions, Opponent, Game Reggie Bush, @ New Orleans, 11/11/07 (2 runs) Many times, last by Lee Evans, vs. Buffalo, 9/28/08 (pass from Trent Edwards)

FIELD GOALS Most Attempted, Career 328 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 217 Mike Lansford, 1982-90 207 Bruce Gossett, 1964-69 Most Attempted, Season †49 Bruce Gossett, 1966 47 David Ray, 1973 45 David Ray, 1970

Most Attempted, Game 7 Bob Waterfield, vs. Detroit, 12/9/51 Jeff Wilkins, vs. Denver, 9/10/06 6 Five times, last by David Ray, @ New Orleans, 11/26/72 5 Many times, Last by Jeff Wilkins, @ Detroit, 10/1/06 Most Attempted, Opponent,Game 7 Rich Karlis, @ Minnesota, 11/5/89 6 Five times, last by John Carney, vs. New Orleans, 9/26/04 5 Many times, last by Matt Stover, @ Baltimore, 10/14/07 Most Made, Career 265 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 158 Mike Lansford, 1982-90 120 Bruce Gossett, 1964-69 Most Made, Season 39 Jeff Wilkins, 2003 33 Josh Brown, 2010 32 Jeff Wilkins, 2006 Most Made, Season, Rookie 29 Frank Corral, 1978 18 Bruce Gossett, 1966 Rafael Septien, 1977 12 Danny Villaneuva, 1960 Most Made, Game 6 Jeff Wilkins, vs. Denver, 9/10/06 5 Three times, last by Jeff Wilkins, vs. Detroit, 10/1/06 4 Many times, last by Josh Brown, at Arizona, 12/5/10 Most Made, Opponent, Game 7 Rich Karlis, @ Minnesota 11/5/89 5 Six times, last by Matt Stover, @ Baltimore, 10/14/07 4 Many times, last by Jay Feely, @ New York Jets, 11/9/08 Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 30 Jeff Wilkins, 1999-2001 19 Jeff Wilkins, 2003 17 Tony Zendejas, 1991 Most Consecutive Games, Made Field Goal 27 Jeff Wilkins, 2002-04 20 David Ray, 1970-71 19 Bruce Gossett, 1967-68 Longest Field Goal 57 Jeff Wilkins, vs. Arizona, 9/27/98 55 Josh Brown, vs. Seattle, 11/29/09 54 Many times, last by Josh Brown, vs. San Francisco, 1/3/2010 Longest Field Goal, Opponent 56 Joe Nedney, vs. San Francisco, 12/24/05 55 Adam Vinatieri, vs. New England, 12/13/98 Jay Feely, @ New York Jets, 11/9/08 54 Three times, last by Josh Brown, vs. Seattle, 10/15/06 Most Made, 50 or More Yards, Career 26 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 15 Josh Brown, 20088 Tony Zendejas, 1991-94 Most Made, 50 or More Yards, Season 6 Tony Zendejas, 1993 Josh Brown, 2008 Josh Brown, 2009 4 Jeff Wilkins, 2003, 2004, 2005 3 Jeff Wilkins, 1998, 2006, 2007 Josh Brown, 2010 Most Made, 50 or More Yards, Game 2 Four times, last by Josh Brown, vs. New York Giants, 9/14/08 1 Many times, last by Josh Brown, vs. Kansas City, 12/19/10

Most Made, 50 or More Yards, Game, Opponent 2 Tom Dempsey, vs. New Orleans, 12/6/70 Mick Luckhurst, vs. Atlanta, 10/7/84 John Carney, vs. New Orleans, 9/26/04 1 Many times, last by Ryan Succop, vs. Kansas City, 12/19/10 Highest Field Goal Percentage, Career (50 attempts) 83.83 Josh Brown, 2008-10 (83-99) 80.79 Jeff Wilkins, 1997-2007 (265-328) 79.52 Tony Zendejas, 1991-94 (66-83) Highest Field Goal Percentage, Season 100.0 Tony Zendejas, 1991 (17-17) Jeff Wilkins, 2000 (17-17) 92.86 Jeff Wilkins, 2003 (39-42) 87.09 Jeff Wilkins, 2005 (27-31)

SAFETIES Most, Career 3 Kevin Greene, 1985-92 2 Fred Dryer, 1972-81 Jack Youngblood, 1971-84 Kevin Carter, 1995-2000 Most, Season †2 Fred Dryer, 1973 Most, Game *2 Fred Dryer, vs. Green Bay, 10/21/73 1 Many players, last by Eugene Sims, vs. San Francisco, 12/26/10 Most, Game, Opponent 1 Many times, last by Bruce Smith, vs. Washington, 11/20/00

RUSHING Most Seasons Leading Team 6 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Steven Jackson, 2005-10 5 Lawrence McCutcheon, 1973-77 4 Dick Bass, 1962-66 Eric Dickerson, 1983-86 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 6 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Steven Jackson, 2005-10 5 Lawrence McCutcheon, 1973-77 4 Eric Dickerson, 1983-86

ATTEMPTS Career 1,962 Steven Jackson, 20041,525 Eric Dickerson, 1983-87 1,447 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Season 404 Eric Dickerson, 1986 390 Eric Dickerson, 1983 379 Eric Dickerson, 1984 Season, Rookie †390 Eric Dickerson, 1983 294 Jerome Bettis, 1993 193 Lawrence Phillips, 1996 Game 39 Jerome Bettis, vs. Chicago, 1/2/94 38 Eric Dickerson, @ St. Louis, 9/7/86 36 Charles White, @ Philadelphia, 9/15/85 Game, Opponent 41 Rodney Hampton, @ New York Giants, 9/19/93 Gerald Riggs, @ Atlanta, 11/17/85 35 Lynn Cain, Atlanta, 10/7/84 Gerald Riggs, Atlanta, 10/12/86 33 Shaun Alexander, @ Seattle, 11/13/05 Maurice Jones-Drew, @ Jacksonville, 10/18/09

YARDS GAINED Career 8,397 Steven Jackson, 20047,245 Eric Dickerson, 1983-87 6,959 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Season *2,105 Eric Dickerson, 1984 1,821 Eric Dickerson, 1986 1,808 Eric Dickerson, 1983 Season, Rookie 1,808 Eric Dickerson, 1983 1,429 Jerome Bettis, 1993 716 Ron Waller, 1955 Game 247 Willie Ellison, vs. New Orleans, 12/5/71 223 Tom Wilson, vs. Green Bay, 12/16/56 221 Greg Bell, vs. Green Bay, 9/24/89 Game, Rookie 223 Tom Wilson, vs. Green Bay, 12/16/56 212 Jerome Bettis, @ New Orleans, 12/12/93 199 Eric Dickerson, vs. Detroit, 10/2/83 Game, Opponent 253 DeMarco Murray, @ Dallas, 10/23/11 237 Jim Brown, @ Cleveland, 11/24/57 208 Michael Turner, @ Atlanta, 12/28/08 Longest Run 92t Kenny Washington, @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/2/47 85t Eric Dickerson, @ New York Jets, 9/25/83 84t Tom Harmon, @ Chicago Bears, 10/13/46 Longest Run, Opponents 91t DeMarco Murray, @ Dallas, 10/23/11 80 Jamaal Charles, vs. Kansas City, 12/19/10 76t Najeh Davenport, vs. Green Bay, 10/19/03 74t Robert Smith, vs. Minnesota, 9/13/98 Dexter Carter, vs. San Francisco, 12/17/90 Most Seasons, 1,000 or More Yards 6 Steven Jackson, 2005-10 4 Lawrence McCutcheon, 1973-74, 1976-77 Eric Dickerson, 1983-86 3 Marshall Faulk, 1999-01 2 Dick Bass, 1962, 1966 Wendell Tyler, 1979, 1981 Greg Bell, 1988-89 Jerome Bettis, 1993-94 Most Consecutive Seasons, 1,000 or More Yards 6 Steven Jackson, 2005-10 4 Eric Dickerson, 1983-86 3 Marshall Faulk, 1999-01 Most Games, 100 or More Yards, Career 38 Eric Dickerson, 1983-87 28 Steven Jackson, 200427 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Most Games, 100 or More Yards, Season 11 Eric Dickerson, 1984 9 Eric Dickerson, 1983 7 Jerome Bettis, 1993 Marshall Faulk, 1999 Steven Jackson, 2009 Most Consecutive Games, 100 or More Yards 6 Eric Dickerson, 1984 5 Eric Dickerson, 1986 4 Eric Dickerson, 1983, 1984 Jerome Bettis, 1994 Marshall Faulk, 1999 Marshall Faulk, 2003 Steven Jackson, 2009

AVERAGE GAIN Career (500 att.) 5.182 Dan Towler, 1950-55 (674-3,493) 4.833 Paul (Tank) Younger, 1949-57 (682-3,296) 4.809 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 (1,447-6,959) Season (Qualifiers) 7.40 Kenny Washington, 1947 (60-444) 7.26 Skeet Quinlan, 1953 (97-705) 6.77 Dan Towler, 1951 (126-854) Game (10 att.) 14.6 Dan Towler, @ Baltimore, 11/22/53 (14-205) 13.2 Kenny Washington, @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/2/47 (11-145) 13.1 Dan Towler, @ Green Bay, 10/21/51 (11-144) Game (10 att.), Opponent 13.8 George Taliaferro, vs. New York Yanks, 11/18/51 (12-166) 13.3 Frank Reagan, vs. New York Giants, 12/1/46 (10-133) 12.6 Delvin Williams, vs. Miami, 11/9/80 (12-151)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Career 58 56 51 Season 18

Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 Eric Dickerson, 1983-87 Steven Jackson, 2006-

Eric Dickerson, 1983 Marshall Faulk, 2000 16 Greg Bell, 1988 15 Greg Bell, 1989 Season, Rookie †18 Eric Dickerson, 1983 7 Jerome Bettis, 1993 6 Dan Towler, 1952 Game 4 Marshall Faulk, vs. Minnesota, 12/10/00 3 Many times, last by Steven Jakson, vs. Dallas, 11/19/08 2 Many times, last by Steven Jackson, vs New Orleans, 10/30/11 Game, Opponent 4 Jim Brown, @ Cleveland, 11/24/57 Ron Moore, @ Phoenix, 12/4/93 3 Many times, last by Maurice Jones-Drew, @ Jacksonville, 10/18/09 2 Many times, last by Adrian Peterson, vs. Minnesota, 10/11/09

PASSING Most Seasons Leading Team 9 Roman Gabriel, 1963-72 8 Jim Everett, 1986-92 Marc Bulger, 2002-09 6 Norm Van Brocklin, 1950, 1952-1955, 1957 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 9 Roman Gabriel, 1963-72 8 Jim Everett, 1986-92 Marc Bulger, 2002-09 4 Norm Van Brocklin, 1952-1955

RATING Highest, Career (1,500 att.) 97.2 Kurt Warner, 1998-2003 84.4 Marc Bulger, 200178.1 Jim Everett, 1986-93

Highest, Season (Qualifiers) 109.2 Kurt Warner, 1999 101.8 Trent Green, 2000 101.4 Kurt Warner, 2001 Season, Rookie (Qualifiers) 81.8 Dieter Brock, 1985 76.5 Sam Bradford, 2010 72.4 Bob Waterfield, 1945

ATTEMPTS Career 3,313 Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 3,277 Jim Everett, 1986-93 3,171 Marc Bulger, 2001Season 590 Sam Bradford, 2010 588 Marc Bulger, 2006 554 Jim Everett, 1990 Season, Rookie 590 *Sam Bradford, 2010 368 Tony Banks, 1996 365 Dieter Brock, 1985 Game 62 Marc Bulger, @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 56 Marc Bulger, @ San Francisco, 9/11/05 55 Mark Rypien, vs. Buffalo, 12/10/95 Marc Bulger, vs. Chicago, 12/11/06 Sam Bradford, vs. Arizona, 9/12/10 Game, Opponent 58 Kent Graham, @ Arizona, 9/29/96 52 Tony Eason, vs. New England, 11/16/86 Neil Lomax, @ St. Louis, 11/4/84 Mark Brunell vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 51 Lamar McHan, @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/30/58 Vinnie Testaverde, @ Baltimore, 10/27/96

COMPLETIONS Career 1,969 Marc Bulger, 20011,847 Jim Everett, 1986-93 1,705 Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 Season 375 Kurt Warner, 2001 370 Marc Bulger, 2006 354 Sam Bradford, 2010 Season, Rookie 354 *Sam Bradford, 2010 218 Dieter Brock, 1985 192 Tony Banks, 1996 Game 40 Marc Bulger, @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 36 Marc Bulger, vs. San Diego, 11/10/02 35 Dieter Brock, vs. San Francisco, 10/27/85 Kurt Warner, @ Seattle, 9/10/00 Marc Bulger, @ Green Bay, 11/29/04 Game, Opponent 37 Richard Todd, @ New York Jets, 9/25/83 Kent Graham, @ Arizona, 9/29/96 Mark Brunell, vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 36 Tony Eason, vs. New England, 11/16/86 34 Neil Lomax, @ St. Louis 11/4/84 Jeff George, vs. Washington 11/20/00 Consecutive Passes Completed 18 Jim Everett, vs. New York Giants, 11/12/89 16 Jim Everett, vs. Kansas City, 11/10/91 15 Tony Banks, vs. New York Jets, 10/11/98 Kurt Warner, @ Washington, 11/24/02

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Career (500 att.) 66.4% Kurt Warner, 1998-2003 (1,688-1,121) 62.1% Marc Bulger, 2001- (2,924-1,829) 58.3% Sam Bradford, 2010- (786-458) Season (min. 200 att.) 67.7% Kurt Warner, 2000 (347-235) 66.2% Marc Bulger, 2004 (495-321) 65.1% Kurt Warner, 1999 (499-325) Season, Rookie (min. 100 att.) 60.0% Sam Bradford, 2010 (590-354) 59.7% Dieter Brock, 1985 (365-218) 56.3% Ryan Fitzpatrick, 2005 (135-76) Game (20 att.) 86.9% Kurt Warner, vs. San Francisco, 10/10/99 (23-20) 85.7% Jim Everett, vs. New York Giants, 10/18/92 (21-18) 84.4% Kurt Warner, vs. Minnesota 12/10/00 (32-27) Game (20 att.), Opponent 91.3% Vinny Testaverde, vs. Cleveland, 12/26/93 (21-23) 84.6% Kerry Collins, vs. New York Giants, 9/15/02 (22-26) 81.3% Steve Young, vs. San Francisco, 11/28/93 (26-32)

YARDS GAINED Career 23,758 Jim Everett, 1986-93 22,814 Marc Bulger, 200122,223 Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 Season 4,830 Kurt Warner, 2001 4,353 Kurt Warner, 1999 4,310 Jim Everett, 1989 Season, Rookie 3,512 Sam Bradford, 2010 2,658 Dieter Brock, 1985 2,544 Tony Banks, 1996 Game *554 Norm Van Brocklin, vs New York Yanks, 9/28/51 509 Vince Ferragamo, vs. Chicago, 12/26/82 454 Jim Everett, @ New Orleans, 11/26/89 Game, Opponent 483 Boomer Esiason, vs. Cincinnati, 10/7/90 462 Steve Young, vs. San Francisco, 11/28/93 446 Richard Todd, @ New York Jets, 9/25/83 Most Seasons, 3,000 or More Passing Yards 5 Jim Everett, 1988-92 3 Kurt Warner, 1999-01 Marc Bulger, 2003-04, 2006 2 Vince Ferragamo, 1980, 1983 Most Games, 300 or More Passing Yards, Career 30 Kurt Warner, 1998-2003 27 Marc Bulger, 200120 Jim Everett, 1986-93 Most Games, 300 or More Passing Yards, Season †9 Kurt Warner, 1999 Kurt Warner, 2001 8 Marc Bulger, 2006 7 Kurt Warner, 2000 Most Consecutive Games, 300 or More Passing Yards †6 Kurt Warner, 2000 4 Kurt Warner, 1999 3 Jim Everett, 1989, 1991 Mark Rypien, 1995 Marc Bulger, 2006 Longest Pass Completion 96t Frank Ryan (to Matson), vs. Pittsburgh, 10/1/61 95t Bill Munson (to Pope), vs. Green Bay, 12/3/64 93t Bill Wade (to Phillips), @ Green Bay, 11/16/58 Roman Gabriel (to Tucker), vs. San Francisco, 11/9/69

Opponent/Longest Pass Completion 98t Jim Hart (to Rashad), @ St. Louis, 12/10/72 95t Joe Montana (to Taylor), vs. San Francisco, 12/11/89 91t Bart Starr (to Dowler), vs. Green Bay, 12/17/60

AVERAGE GAIN Career (500 att.) 8.56 Kurt Warner, 1998-2003 (1,688-14,447) 8.49 Norm Van Brocklin, 1959-57 (1,897-16,114) 8.01 James Harris, 1972-76 (652-5,220) Season (Qualifiers) 10.14 Norm Van Brocklin, 1954 (260-2,637) 9.88 Kurt Warner, 2000 (347-3,429) 9.61 Bob Waterfield, 1945 (172-1,653) Game (20 att.) 15.40 Norm Van Brocklin, @ Chicago Bears, 11/16/52 15.19 Roman Gabriel, vs. San Francisco, 11/9/69 15.03 James Harris, @ Miami, 10/3/76 Game (20 att.), Opponent 15.86 Ed Brown, vs. Chicago, 10/9/60 14.46 Milt Plum, vs. Detroit, 11/1/64 14.44 Steve Young, vs. San Francisco, 11/28/93

TOUCHDOWNS Career 154 Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 142 Jim Everett, 1986-92 122 Marc Bulger, 2001Season 41 Kurt Warner, 1999 36 Kurt Warner, 2001 31 Jim Everett, 1988 Season, Rookie 18 Sam Bradford, 2010 16 Dieter Brock, 1985 15 Tony Banks, 1996 Game 5 Bob Waterfield, vs. New York Bulldogs, 11/27/49 Norm Van Brocklin, vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 Norm Van Brocklin, @. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 Bob Waterfield, vs. Green Bay, 12/16/51 Roman Gabriel, vs. Cleveland, 12/12/65 Vince Ferragamo, vs. New Orleans, 11/2/80 Vince Ferragamo, vs. San Francisco, 10/23/83 Jim Everett, @ New York Giants, 9/25/88 Kurt Warner, vs. San Francisco, 10/10/99 4 Many times, last by Marc Bulger, vs. Washington, 12/24/06 3 Many times, last by Sam Bradford, at Denver, 11/28/10 Game, Opponent 5 Dan Marino, vs. Miami, 12/14/86 4 Jeff George, @ Oakland, 9/28/97 Eli Manning, @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 3 Many times, last by Aaron Rodgers, at GB, 10/16/11 Most Games, Four or More Touchdowns Passes, Career 6 Norm Van Brocklin, 1949-57 Jim Everett, 1986-93 5 Vince Ferragamo, 1977-80, 1982-84 4 Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 Most Games, Four or More Touchdowns Passes, Season 4 Vince Ferragamo, 1980 3 Kurt Warner, 2001 2 Norm Van Brocklin, 1957 Jim Everett, 1988 Jim Everett, 1990 Kurt Warner, 2000

HAD INTERCEPTED Career 128 127 123 Season 24 23 22

RECEPTIONS Bob Waterfield, 1945-52 Norm Van Brocklin, 1949-57 Jim Everett, 1986-93 Bob Waterfield, 1949 Vince Ferragamo, 1983 Bill Wade, 1958 Kurt Warner, 2001 Marc Bulger, 2003

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Parker Hall, vs. Green Bay, 11/18/42 Bob Waterfield, @ Green Bay, 10/17/58 6 Norm Van Brocklin, vs. Baltimore, 12/4/54 Bill Wade, vs. Detroit, 10/26/56 Norm Van Brocklin, vs. Detroit, 10/13/57 Chris Chandler, @ Carolina, 12/12/04 5 Norm Van Brocklin, @ San Francisco, 10/28/51 Ryan Fitzpatrick, @ Minnesota, 12/11/05 Gus Frerotte, @ Baltimore, 10/14/07 Most Consecutive Passes Attempted, None Intercepted 249 Marc Bulger, 2005-06 206 Roman Gabriel, 1968-69 169 *Sam Bradford, 2010

LOWEST PERCENTAGE PASSES INTERCEPTED Career (500 att.) 2.17 Sam Bradford, 2010- (786-17) 2.93 Marc Bulger, 2001-09 (3,171-93) 3.38 Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 (3,313-112) Season (Qualifiers) 1.40 Marc Bulger, 2006 (588-8) 1.75 Roman Gabriel, 1969 (399-7) 2.08 Trent Green, 2000 (240-5) Season, Rookie (Qualifiers) 2.54 Sam Bradford, 2010 (590-354) 3.56 Dieter Brock, 1985 (365-13) 4.07 Tony Banks, 1996 (368-15)

TIMES SACKED Career 279 254 186 Season 51 49 48 Game 10 8 7 Game, 10 9

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PASS RECEIVING

Roman Gabriel, 1962-72 Marc Bulger, 2001Jim Everett, 1986-93

Most Seasons Leading Team 9 Henry Ellard, 1984-93 7 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 5 Tom Fears, 1948-55 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 8 Henry Ellard, 1984-91 7 Torry Holt, 2002-08 4 Jim Phillips, 1960-63 Career 942 Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 869 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 593 Henry Ellard, 1983-1993 Season 119 Isaac Bruce, 1995 117 Torry Holt, 2003 102 Torry Holt, 2005 Season, Rookie 54 Eddie Kennison, 1996 53 Donnie Avery, 2008 52 Torry Holt, 1999 Season, Running Back 90 Steven Jackson, 2006 87 Marshall Faulk, 1999 83 Marshall Faulk, 2001 Game 18 Tom Fears, vs. Green Bay, 12/3/50 15 Willie Anderson, @ New Orleans, 11/26/89 Isaac Bruce, vs. Miami, 12/24/95 14 Dick Hoerner, vs. New York Yanks, 11/19/50 Game, Opponent 16 Jerry Rice, @ San Francisco, 11/20/94 Keenan McCardell, vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 13 Larry Centers, @ Arizona, 9/29/96 12 Andre Rison, @ Atlanta, 9/11/94 Most Consecutive Games, Pass Reception 153 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 81 Henry Ellard, 1986-92 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2004 70 Jim Phillips, 1958-63 Most Seasons 50 or More Pass Receptions 11 Isaac Bruce, 1995-97, 1999-2004, 2006-07 10 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 7 Henry Ellard, 1985, 1987-1991, 1993

YARDS Dieter Brock, 1985 Marc Bulger, 2006 Roman Gabriel, 1966 Tony Banks, 1996

Bill Munson, @ San Francisco, 12/6/64 James Harris, vs. San Francisco, 10/11/76 Roman Gabriel, @ Green Bay, 9/25/66 Tony Banks, vs. San Francisco, 10/25/98 Many times, Last by Sam Bradford, vs. Washington, 10/2/11 Opponent Bob Barry, vs. Atlanta 9/28/6 Mike Ray, vs. Tampa Bay, 11/5/78 Dave Wilson, vs. New Orleans, 11/3/85 Steve Beuerlein, @ Los Angeles Raiders, 9/18/88 Rob Johnson, @ Buffalo, 9/20/98 Joe Montana, @ San Francisco, 12/18/88 Daunte Culpepper, vs. Minnesota, 11/30/03

Most Seasons Leading Team 9 Henry Ellard, 1984-91, 1993 Torry Holt, 2000-08 5 Tom Fears, 1948-55 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 9 Torry Holt, 2000-08 8 Henry Ellard, 1984-91 4 Jim Phillips, 1960-63 Career 14,109 Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 12,660 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 9,761 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 Season 1,781 Isaac Bruce, 1995 1,696 Torry Holt, 2003 1,635 Torry Holt, 2000 Season, Rookie 924 Eddie Kennison, 1996 788 Torry Holt, 1999 786 Bucky Pope, 1964

Season, Running Back 1,049 Marshall Faulk, 1999 830 Marshall Faulk, 2000 825 Amp Lee, 1997 Game *336 Willie Anderson, @ New Orleans, 11/26/89 303 Jim Benton, @ Detroit, 11/22/45 238 Harold Jackson, vs. Dallas, 10/14/73 Game, Rookie 226 Eddie Kennison, @ Atlanta, 12/15/96 208 Jim Phillips, @ Green Bay, 11/16/58 163 Donnie Avery, @ New England, 10/26/08 Game, Opponent 286 John Taylor, vs. San Francisco, 12/11/89 257 Billy Wilson, vs. San Francisco, 10/3/54 241 Jerry Rice, @ San Francisco, 12/9/85 Longest Pass Reception 96t Ollie Matson (from Frank Ryan), vs. Pittsburgh,10/1/61 95t Bucky Pope (from Bill Munson), vs. Green Bay, 12/13/64 93t Jim Phillips (from Bill Wade), @ Green Bay, 11/16/58 Wendell Tucker (from Roman Gabriel), vs. San Francisco, 11/9/69 Most Seasons, 1,000 or More Yards Pass Receiving 9 Isaac Bruce, 1995-96, 1999-2004, 2006 8 Torry Holt, 2000-07 4 Henry Ellard, 1988-91 Most Games, 100 or More Yards Pass Receiving, Career 46 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 43 Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 26 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 Most Games, 100 or More Yards Pass Receiving, Season 10 Torry Holt, 2003 9 Isaac Bruce, 1995 8 Elroy Hirsch, 1951 Torry Holt, 2000 Most Consecutive Games, 100 or More Yards, Pass Receiving 6Isaac Bruce, 1995 5 Elroy Hirsch, 1951 Bob Boyd, 1954 3 Isaac Bruce, 2004 Most Consecutive Games, 150 or More Yards, Pass Receiving 3Isaac Bruce, 1995 2 Tom Fears, 1950-51 Torry Holt, 2000 Torry Holt, 2003 Torry Holt, 2004

AVERAGE GAIN Career (150 receptions) 20.5 Bob Boyd, 1950-57 (176-3,611) 20.3 Willie Anderson, 1988-94 (259-5,246) 18.3 Elroy Hirsch, 1949-57 (343-6,289) Game (3 receptions) *63.0 Torry Holt, @ Atlanta, 9/24/00 (3-189) 50.3 Jack Snow, @ Baltimore, 10/15/67 (3-151) 49.7 Bob Boyd, @ Green Bay, 10/17/54 (3-149) Game (3 receptions), Opponent 55.3 Koren Robinson, vs. Seattle, 10/20/02 (3-166) 49.3 Charley Taylor, vs. Washington, 10/22/67 (3-148) 44.0 Charles Wilson, vs. Tampa Bay, 12/11/94 (4-176)

TOUCHDOWNS Career 84 74 53

Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 Elroy Hirsch, 1949-57

Season 17 13

Elroy Hirsch,1951 Harold Jackson, 1973 Isaac Bruce, 1995 12 Isaac Bruce, 1999 Torry Holt, 2003 Season, Rookie 10 Bucky Pope, 1964 8 Eddie Kennison, 1996 6 Leon Clarke, 1956 Torry Holt, 1999 Game 4 Bob Shaw, vs. Washington, 12/11/49 Elroy Hirsch, @ New York Yanks, 9/28/51 Harold Jackson, vs. Dallas, 10/14/73 Isaac Bruce, vs. San Francisco, 10/10/99 3 Many times, Last by Torry Holt, vs. Seattle, 10/15/06 2 Many times, Last by Billy Bajema, at Denver, 11/28/10 Game, Opponent 4 Mike Ditka, vs. Chicago, 10/13/63 3 Many times, last by Torrey Smith, vs. Baltimore, 9/25/11 2 Many times, last by Marques Colston, at New Orleans, 12/12/10 Most Consecutive Games, Touchdown 11 Elroy Hirsch, 1950-51 6 Henry Ellard, 1988-89 5 Jim Benton, 1938-39 Jack Snow, 1967-68 Harold Jackson, 1973 Torry Holt, 2003, 2006

PUNTING Career 432 Dale Hatcher, 1985-89, 1991 388 Donnie Jones, 2007380 Sean Landeta, 1993-96, 2003-04 Season 97 Dale Hatcher, 1986 94 Donnie Jones, 2010 93 Ken Clark, 1979 Season, Rookie 93 Ken Clark, 1979 87 Dale Hatcher, 1985 77 Rusty Jackson, 1976 Game 12 Parker Hall, vs. Green Bay, 11/26/39 Rusty Jackson, @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 11 Danny Villanueva, vs. Dallas, 9/30/62 Danny Villanueva, @ Pittsburgh, 9/13/64 Donnie Jones, vs. San Francisco, 1/3/2010 10 Many times, last by Donnie Jones, @ San Francisco, 11/14/10 Game, Opponent 14 George Taliafesero, vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 11 Tom Girard, vs. Green Bay, 12/3/50 Gerry Collins, vs. Cleveland, 12/12/65 Bobby Joe Green, @ Chicago, 12/2/73 Tom Wittum, @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 Hermon Weaver, @ Seattle, 11/4/79 10 Many times, Last by Tommy Barnhardt, @ New Orleans, 11/26/89 Longest Punt 88 Bob Waterfield, @ Green Bay, 10/17/48 86 Bob Waterfield, @ Green Bay, 10/5/47 80 Donnie Jones, @ Seattle, 10/21/07 Parker Hall, vs. Philadelphia 12/3/39

Longest Punt, Opponent 76 Sammy Baugh, @ Washington, 11/5/44 75 Sam Baker, vs. Dallas, 9/30/62 74 Jack Jacobs, @ Green Bay, 10/5/47

AVERAGE GROSS YARDS Career (250 punts) 46.9 Donnie Jones, 2007-10 (388-18,177) 44.3 Danny Villanueva, 1961-64 (296-13,009) 44.1 Sean Landeta, 1993-96, 2003-04 (380-16,747) Season (Qualifiers) 50.0 Donnie Jones, 2008 (82-4,100) 47.2 Donnie Jones, 2007 (78-3,684) 46.8 Donnie Jones, 2009 (90-4,212) Season, Rookie (Qualifiers) 43.6 John Misko, 1982 (45-1,961) 43.2 Dale Hatcher, 1985 (87-3,735) 41.8 Will Brice, 1997 (41-1,713) Game (4 punts) 56.3 Donnie Jones, vs. Arizona, (11/22/09) 56.2 Donnie Jones, vs. Buffalo, 9/28/08 (5-281) 56.0 Donnie Jones, vs. Arizona, 10/7/07 (4-224) Game, Opponent (4 Punts) 59.5 Mike Scifres, vs. Chargers, 10/17/10 (6-357) 57.3 Fred Morrison, @ Chicago Bears, 11/16/52 (4-229) 56.8 Sammy Baugh, @ Washington, 10/26/41 (6-341)

RETURNS Career 146 135 112 Season 56 53

LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1998-2001

Eddie Brown, 1979 Alvin Haymond, 1970 Todd Kinchen, 1995 52 Jackie Wallace, 1978 Season, Rookie 42 LeRoy Irvin, 1980 29 Darryl Henley, 1989 Eddie Kennison, 1996 27 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949 Game 7 Many times, last by Az-Zahir Hakim, @ Tennessee, 10/31/99 6 Many times, last by Vernon Turner, vs. New England, 9/13/92 5 Many times, last by Danny Amendola, vs. San Francisco, 1/3/2010 Game, Opponent 8 Kevin Miller vs. Minnesota, 12/2/79 DeSean Jackson, @ Philadelphia, 9/7/08 7 Many times, last by Michael Lewis, @ San Francisco, 11/18/07

HAD BLOCKED Career 5 4 2 Season 2

YARDS GAINED Bob Waterfield, 1945-52 Dale Hatcher, 1985-89, 1991 Many players, last by John Misko, 1982-84

Bob Waterfield, 1950 Jon Kilgore, 1967 Rusty Jackson, 1976 Glen Walker, 1978 Ken Clark, 1979 1 Many times, last by Matt Turk, 2006 Most Consecutive Punts, None Blocked 388 Donnie Jones, 2007380 Sean Landeta, 1993-96, 2003-04 299 Norm Van Brocklin, 1951-57

PUNT RETURNS Most Seasons Leading Team 5 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 4 Jon Arnett, 1957-63 Jim Bertelsen, 1972-76 3 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949-53 Woodley Lewis, 1950-55 Alvin Haymond, 1969-71 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 Eddie Kennison, 1996-98 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1998-2001 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 5 Henry Ellard, 1983-87 4 Jim Bertelsen, 1972-76 3 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949-51 Woodley Lewis, 1952-54 Alvin Haymond, 1969-71 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-82 Eddie Kennison, 1996-98 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1999-2001

Career 1,527 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 1,451 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 1,278 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1998-2001 Season 618 Jackie Wallace, 1978 615 LeRoy Irvin, 1981 501 Henry Ellard, 1985 Season, Rookie 427 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949 423 Eddie Kennison, 1996 296 Henry Ellard, 1983 Game *207 LeRoy Irvin, @ Atlanta, 11/14/81 127 LeRoy Irvin, @ San Francisco, 10/9/81 120 Woodley Lewis, @ Detroit, 10/18/53 Game, Opponent 128 Tyrone Hughes, vs. New Orleans, 10/3/93 Darrien Gordon, @ San Diego, 11/27/94 125 Dana McLemore, @ San Francisco, 11/16/80 122 Robert Brooks, @ Green Bay, 10/9/94 Longest Punt Return *103t Robert Bailey, @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 90t Dick Bass, vs. Green Bay, 12/17/61 88t Tom Harmon, vs. Detroit, 11/23/47 Longest Punt Return, Opponent 94t Darrien Gordon, @ Denver, 9/14/97 93t Dana McLemore, @ San Francisco, 1/2/82 90t Nate Burleson, @ Seattle, 11/12/06

AVERAGE YARDAGE Career (Min. 75 ret.) 11.4 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1998-2001 (112-1,278) 11.3 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 (135-1,527) 10.9 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949-53 (75-814)

Season (Qualifiers) 18.5 Woodley Lewis, 1952 (19-351) 15.8 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949 (27-427) 15.6 Les Horvath, 1948 (13-203) Season, Rookie (Qualifiers) 15.8 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949 (27-427) 14.6 Eddie Kennison, 1996 (29-423) 14.5 Jim Bertelsen, 1972 (16-232) Game 40.0 Woodley Lewis @ Detroit, 10/18/53 (3-120) 39.3 Jon Arnett vs. Chicago, 11/2/58 (3-118) 34.7 Henry Ellard @ Atlanta, 10/22/84 (3-104) Game, Opponent (3 returns) 36.0 Art Jones, vs. Pittsburgh, 9/7/41 (3-108) George McAfee, @ Chicago Bears, 10/10/48 (3-108) 32.0 Tyrone Hughes, vs. New Orleans, 13/3/93 (4-128) 31.7 Nate Burleson, @ Seattle, 11/12/06 (3-95)

TOUCHDOWNS Career 4 3 2

LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 Henry Ellard, 1983-91 Woodley Lewis, 1950-55 Eddie Kennison, 1996-98 Todd Kinchen, 1992-95 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1998-2001

Season 3 2

LeRoy Irvin, 1981 Woodley Lewis, 1952 Henry Ellard, 1984 Todd Kinchen, 1992 Eddie Kennison, 1996 1 Many times, last by Dante Hall, 2007 Season, Rookie 2 Todd Kinchen, 1992 Eddie Kennison, 1996 1 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949 Henry Ellard, 1983 Game †2 Leroy Irvin, @ Atlanta, 10/11/81 Todd Kinchen, vs. Atlanta, 12/27/92 1 Many times, last by Dante Hall, @ Dallas, 9/30/07 Game, Opponent 2 Jack Christiansen, vs. Detroit, 10/14/51 1 Many times, last by Nate Burleson, @ Seattle 1/12/06

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Seasons Leading Team 5 Ron Brown, 1984-89, 1991 3 Fred Gehrke, 1940, 1945-49 Jon Arnett, 1957-63 Cullen Bryant, 1973-82, 1987 Drew Hill, 1979-84 Barry Redden, 1982-86 Tony Horne, 1998-00 2 Woodley Lewis, 1950-55 Carver Shannon, 1962-64 Willie Ellison, 1967-72 Ron Smith, 1968-69 Vernon Turner, 1991-92 J.T. Thomas, 1995-98 Arlen Harris, 2003-04 Dante Hall, 2007-08 Danny Amendola, 2009-10 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading Team 5 Ron Brown, 1985-89 3 Drew Hill, 1979-81 Barry Redden, 1982-84 Tony Horne, 1998-00

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Woodley Lewis, 1953-54 Carver Shannon, 1963-64 Ron Smith, 1968-69 Vernon Turner, 1991-92 Arlen Harris, 2003-04 Dante Hall, 2007-08 Danny Amendola, 2009-10

RETURNS Career 171 Drew Hill, 1979-84 169 Ron Brown, 1984-89, 1991 143 Tony Horne, 1998-2000 Season 66 Danny Amendola, 2009 60 Drew Hill, 1981 57 Tony Horne, 2000 Season, Rookie 56 Tony Horne, 1998 51 Arlen Harris, 2003 49 David Thompson, 1997 Game 9 Danny Amendola, @ Tennessee, 12/13/09 8 Tony Horne, @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 Chris Johnson, @ Indianapolis, 10/17/05 Derek Stanley, vs. Pittsburgh, 12/20/07 Danny Amendola, vs. Green Bay, 9/27/09 7 Many times, last by Danny Amendola, vs. Atlanta, 11/21/10 Game, Opponent 8 DeRon Jenkins, vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 Bethel Johnson, @ Minnesota, 12/31/06 Pierre Thomas, @ New Orleans, 11/11/07 7 Tim Dwight, @ Atlanta, 10/17/99 Dino Philyaw, vs. New Orleans, 11/28/99 Dino Philyaw, @ New Orleans, 12/12/99 Steve Smith, vs. Carolina, 11/11/01 Maurice Morris, vs. Seattle, 10/20/02 Kevin Kasper, vs. Arizona, 12/15/02 6 Many times, last by LaRod Stephens-Howling, vs. Arizona, 12/5/10

YARDS GAINED Career 3,918 Ron Brown, 1984-89, 1991 3,577 Tony Horne, 1998-2000 3,438 Drew Hill, 1979-84 Season 1,618 Danny Amendola, 2009 1,379 Tony Horne, 2000 1,306 Tony Horne, 1998 Season, Rookie 1,306 Tony Horne, 1998 1,175 Arlen Harris, 2003 1,110 David Thompson, 1997 Game 267 Tony Horne, @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 229 Derek Stanley, vs. Pittsburgh, 12/20/07 217 Danny Amendola, @ Tennessee, 12/13/09 Game, Opponent 304 Tyrone Hughes, @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 294 Wally Triplett, vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 252 Steve Smith, vs. Carolina, 11/11/01 Longest Kickoff Return 105t Jon Arnett, vs. Detroit, 10/29/61 Travis Williams, vs. New Orleans, 12/5/71 103t Tom Wilson, @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 Tony Horne, vs. Atlanta 10/15/00 102t Tony Horne, vs. Atlanta, 11/29/98

Longest Kickoff Return, Opponent 105t Abe Woodson, vs. San Francisco, 11/8/53 Stefan Logan, at Detroit, 10/10/10 104t Travis Williams, vs. Green Bay, 12/9/67 103t Russ Craft, vs. Philadelphia, 10/7/50

AVERAGE YARDAGE Career (Min. 75 returns) 26.3 Ron Brown, 1984-89, 91 (149-3,918) 24.7 Tony Horne, 1998-2000 (143-3,575) 23.8 Woodley Lewis, 1950-55 (109-2,575) Danny Amendola, 2009-10 (116-2,760) Season (Qualifiers) 33.7 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1950 (22-742) 32.8 Ron Brown, 1985 (28-918) 31.8 Tom Wilson, 1956 (15-477) Season, Rookie (Qualifiers) 31.8 Tom Wilson, 1956 (15-477) 28.0 Jon Arnett, 1957 (18-504) 27.1 Ron Waller, 1955 (17-461) Game (3 returns) 51.7 Tommy Wilson, vs. Green Bay, 12/6/59 51.5 Tony Horne, vs. Atlanta, 11/29/98 50.3 Verda (V.T.) Smith, vs. Detroit 10/29/50 Game, Opponent (3 returns) 73.5 Wally Triplett, vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 52.7 Abe Woodson, vs. San Francisco, 11/8/53 51.8 Joe Scott, @ New York Giants, 11/14/78

TOUCHDOWNS Career 4 3 2 Season 3

Ron Brown, 1984-89, 1991 Tony Horne, 1998-2000 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949-53 Cullen Bryant, 1973-82, 1987 Jon Arnett, 1957-63 Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1950 Ron Brown, 1985 Tony Horne, 1999 Many times, last by Chris Johnson, 2005

2 1 Game †2 Ron Brown, vs. Green Bay, 11/24/85 1 Many times, last by Chris Johnson, vs. Seattle, 10/9/05 Game, Opponent 2 Tyrone Hughes, @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 Devin Hester, vs. Chicago, 12/11/06 1 Many times, last by Courtney Roby, vs. New Orleans, 11/15/09

FIELD GOAL RETURNS Longest Field Goal Return 99t Jerry Williams, vs. Green Bay, 12/16/51 Longest Field Goal Return, Opponent 83t Kevin Ross, vs. Atlanta, 10/12/95

COMBINED KICK RETURNS MOST RETURNS Career 215 187 179 Season 97 90 88

Woodley Lewis, 1950-55 Danny Amendola, 2009-10 Jon Arnett, 1957-63 Danny Amendola, 2009 Danny Amendola, 2010 Alvin Haymond, 1970 Todd Kinchen, 1995

YARDS GAINED Game 294 Woodley Lewis, @ Detroit, 10/18/53 267 Tony Horne, @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 262 Dante Hall, @ Dallas, 9/30/07 Game, Opponent 347 Tyrone Hughes, @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 294 Wally Triplett, vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 267 Steve Smith, vs. Carolina, 11/11/01

TOUCHDOWNS Career 4

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Verda (V.T.) Smith, 1949-53 Woodley Lewis, 1950-55 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 Henry Ellard, 1983-91 Ron Brown, 1984-89, 1991 Tony Horne, 1998-2000 Jon Arnett, 1957-63 Cullen Bryant, 1973-82, 1987 Eddie Kennison, 1996-1998 Fred Gehrke, 1940, 1945-49 Tom Kalmanir, 1949-51 Todd Kinchen, 1992-95 Az-Zahir Hakim, 1998-2001

COMBINED NET YARDAGE Includes rushing, receiving, interception returns, kickoff returns, punt returns, and fumble returns.

ATTEMPTS Career 2,309 Steven Jackson, 20041,919 Marshall Faulk, 1999-2006 1,648 Eric Dickerson, 1983-87 Season 442 Eric Dickerson, 1983 436 Steven Jackson, 2006 432 Eric Dickerson, 1986 Season, Rookie *442 Eric Dickerson, 1983 320 Jerome Bettis, 1993 212 Larry Smith, 1969 Game 44 Jerome Bettis, vs. Chicago, 1/2/94 (ru 39, re 5) 39 Five times, last by Steven Jackson, vs. Washington, 12/24/06 (ru 33, re 6) 38 Jerome Bettis, @ Kansas City, 9/25/94 (ru 35, re 2)

YARDS Career 14,311 Isaac Bruce, 1994-2007 12,732 Torry Holt, 1999-2008 11,699 Henry Ellard, 1983-93 Season 2,429 Marshall Faulk, 1999 2,401 Steven Jackson, 2006 2,259 Eric Dickerson, 1984 Season, Rookie 2,212 Eric Dickerson, 1983 1,801 Eddie Kennison, 1996 1,673 Jerome Bettis, 1993 Game 336 Willie Anderson, @ New Orleans, 11/26/89 303 Jim Benton, vs. Detroit, 11/22/45 286 Marshall Faulk, vs. Atlanta, 10/15/00

INTERCEPTIONS BY Career 46 Ed Meador, 1959-70 37 Nolan Cromwell, 1977-87 34 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 Season *14 Dick (Night Train) Lane, 1952 12 Woodley Lewis, 1950 11 Will Sherman, 1955 Season, Rookie *14 Dick (Night Train) Lane, 1952 12 Woodley Lewis, 1950 9 George Sims, 1949 Don Burroughs, 1955 Game 3 Many times, last by Keith Lyle, @ Atlanta, 12/15/96 2 Many times, last by Ron Bartell, vs. San Francisco, 12/21/08 1 Many times, last by Josh Gordy/Darian Stewart, vs. New Orleans, 10/30/11 Game, Opponent 4 Dave Baker, vs. San Francisco, 12/4/60 3 Many times, last by Adrian Wilson and Kerry Rhodes, vs. Arizona, 9/12/10 2 Many times, last by Kendrick Lewis, vs. Kansas City, 12/19/10 Consecutive Games Intercepted By 6 Will Sherman, 1954-55 5 Dick (Night Train) Lane, 1952 4 Nolan Cromwell, 1980 Kirk Collins, 1983 Oshiomogho Atogwe, 2007

YARDS GAINED Career 671 Nolan Cromwell, 1977-87 654 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 547 Ed Meador, 1959-70 Season 298 Dick (Night Train) Lane, 1952 275 Woodley Lewis, 1950 205 Travis Fisher, 2003 Season, Rookie 298 Dick (Night Train) Lane, 1952 275 Woodley Lewis, 1950 152 Jack Morris, 1958 Game 107 Aaron Martin, vs. San Francisco, 10/18/64 106 Anthony Parker, vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 99 Johnnie Johnson, vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 Game, Opponent 111 Ace Parker, vs. Brooklyn, 11/17/40 108 Felix Wright, vs. Cleveland, 10/26/87 105 Malcolm Jenkins, at New Orleans, 12/12/10 Longest Returns 99t Johnnie Johnson, vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 97t Herb Rich, vs. Dallas Texans, 11/2/52 Bobby Smith, vs. San Francisco, 10/18/64 95t Will Sherman, vs. Green Bay, 12/16/56 Longest Return, Opponent 101t Richie Pettibon, @ Chicago, 12/9/62 Henry Carr, vs. New York Giants, 11/13/66 99t Tim Lewis, @ Green Bay, 11/18/84 Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, @ Arizona, 12/7/08 97t Reggie Rutland, @ Minnesota, 12/15/91

TOUCHDOWNS Career 5 4

3 Season 3 2

Ed Meador, 1959-70 LeRoy Irvin, 1980-89 Jack Pardee, 1957-70 Jim Youngblood, 1973-84 Rod Perry, 1975-82 Nolan Cromwell, 1977-87 Johnnie Johnson, 1980-89 Many players, last by Aeneas Williams, 2001-04 Monte Jackson, 1976 Rod Perry, 1978 Many times, last by Travis Fisher, 2003

FUMBLES OPPONENTS’ FUMBLES RECOVERED Career 19 18 17 Season 5

Johnnie Johnson, 1980-89 Ed Meador, 1959-70 Nolan Cromwell, 1977-87

Andy Robustelli, 1955 Bill Jabko, 1959 Ed Meador, 1961 Johnnie Johnson, 1981 Brian Young, 2003 4 Many times, last by Anthony Parker, 1995 3 Many times, last by Oshiomogho Atogwe, 2008 Longest Fumble Return 98t Toby Wright, @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 94t Keith Lyle, @ Atlanta, 9/24/00 93t Adam Archuleta, vs. Tampa Bay, 10/18/04 Longest Fumble Return, Opponent 85t Eric Hill, vs. Phoenix, 9/1/91 84t Larry Brink, vs. Chicago Bears, 11/28/54 82t Donnie Edwards, vs. San Diego, 11/10/02

OPPONENTS’ FUMBLES RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWNS Career 2

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Jack Dwyer, 1952-54 Toby Wright, 1994-97 Leonard Little, 1998 Mike Jones, 1997-2000 Devin Bush, 1999-2001 Dre’ Bly, 1999-2002 Aeneas Williams, 2001-04 Adam Archuleta, 2001-05 Victor Adeyanju, 2006 Oshiomogho Atogwe, 2008

SACKS TOTAL SACKS Career (Unofficial) 159.5 David (Deacon) Jones, 1961-71 151.5 Jack Youngblood, 1971-84 94 Merlin Olsen, 1962-76 Season 22 David (Deacon) Jones, 1964 David (Deacon) Jones, 1968 18 Jack Youngblood, 1979 17 Kevin Carter, 1999 Season, Rookie 8 David (Deacon) Jones, 1961 6 Kevin Carter, 1995 5 Sean Gilbert, 1992

Game 5 4.5 4 Game, 4

3 2.5

Gary Jeter, @ Los Angeles Raiders, 9/18/88 Kevin Greene, @ San Francisco, 12/18/88 Sean Gilbert, vs. Pittsburgh, 9/12/93 Leonard Little, vs. Minnesota, 11/30/03 Opponent Edmund Nelson, vs. Pittsburgh, 9/16/84 Roy Barker, vs. San Francisco 10/25/98 Darryl Tapp, @ Seattle 10/21/07 Many times, last by DeMarcus Ware, vs. Dallas, 10/19/08 John Rade, @ Atlanta, 11/17/85 Reggie White, @ Green Bay, 9/3/95 Kevin Greene, vs. Carolina 11/17/96 DaShon Polk, @ Houston 11/27/05 Bryant Young, @ San Francisco 11/18/07 Brian Orakpo, vs. Washington, 10/2/11

TACKLES COMBINED TACKLES Career 915 897 896 Season 193 189 185

Merlin Olsen, 1962-76 Jack Reynolds, 1970-80 David (Deacon) Jones, 1961-71 London Fletcher, 2000 London Fletcher, 2001 Jim Collins, 1984

BLOCKED KICKS BLOCKED PUNTS Career 10 8 6 Season 4 3

Ed Meador, 1959-70 Jack Youngblood, 1971-84 David (Deacon) Jones, 1961-71 Ivory Sully, 1979-84 Nolan Cromwell, 1977-87 Ed Meador, 1964 Ed Meador, 1962 Irv Cross, 1966 Tony Guillory 1967 Nolan Cromwell, 1987

TEAM RECORDS GAMES WON Most Consecutive Games Won (Including postseason) 11 1969 8 1952, 1967. 2001 7 1978, 1985, 1999, 2003 Most Games Won, Season (Regular Season) 14 2001 13 1999 12 1973, 1975, 1978, 2003 Most Consecutive Games Won, Season (Including postseason) 11 1969 8 1952, 1967, 2001 7 1978, 1985, 1999, 2003 Most Consecutive Home Games Won (Regular Season) 15 2002-04 13 1998-2000 11 1973-74, 1976-78 Most Consecutive Road Games Won (Regular Season) 9 2000-02 7 1967-68 1968-69 1975-76 5 1988

GAMES LOST Most Consecutive Games Lost (Regular Season) 17 2008-09 12 1937-38, 1959-60 11 1991-92 Most Consecutive Home Games Lost (Regular Season) 14 2008-10 11 1961-63 8 1997-98 Most Consecutive Away Games Lost (Regular Season) 12 1991-92 10 1961-62 9 1956-57, 1964-65, 2008-09

SCORING Most Points, Season 540 2000 526 1999 503 2001 Most Points, Opponent, Season 471 2000 465 2008 438 2007 Fewest Points, Season 75 1937 116 1941 131 1938 Fewest Points, Opponent, Season 135 1975 136 1945 146 1977 Most Points, Game 70 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 65 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 59 vs. Atlanta, 12/4/76 vs. Atlanta, 11/10/96 Most Points, Opponent, Game 56 @ Philadelphia, 10/8/50 @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 54 @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 52 vs. Chicago, 10/13/63

Most Points, Both Teams, Game 97 Rams 70, Baltimore 27, 10/22/50 89 Rams 52, New York Giants 37, 11/14/48 Rams 65, Detroit 24, 10/29/50 88 Rams 57, vs. San Diego 31 10/1/00 @ Kansas City 54, Rams 34, 10/22/00 Fewest Points, Both Teams, Game 6 Many times, last @ New Orleans 6, Rams 0, 11/9/86 7 vs. Chicago Cardinals 7, Rams 0, 11/23/41 @ Chicago Cardinals 7, Rams 0, 9/13/42 9 @ Green Bay 6, Rams 3, 11/14/65 Rams 9, @ Cleveland 0, 11/27/77 Most Points Overcome to Win Game 24 @ Tampa Bay, 12/6/92, (trailed 3-27, won 31-27) 22 @ Green Bay, 10/12/52, (trailed 6-28, won 30-28) 21 @ Green Bay, 11/17/57, (trailed 3-24, won 31-27) @ Houston, 11/27/05, (trailed 3-24, won 33-27) Most Points, Opponent, Overcome to Win Game 23 @ Green Bay, 9/12/82, (trailed 23-0, won 35-23) 21 vs. Denver, 12/12/82, (trailed 21-0, won 27-24) 18 vs. New Orleans, 10/28/01, (trailed 24-6, won 34-31) Most Points Overcome to Tie Game 28 vs. Philadelphia, 10/3/48, (trailed 0-28, tied 28-28) 17 @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/15/53, (trailed 17-0, tied 24-24) 14 @ Chicago Bears, 10/13/46, (trailed 24-10, tied 24-24) @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/20/49, (trailed 28-14, tied 28-28) @ Minnesota, 11/25/62 ,(trailed 24-10, tied 24-24) Most Points, First Half 44 vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 38 vs. Green Bay, 9/24/89 36 vs. St. Louis, 12/15/85 Most Points, Opponent, First Half 42 @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 40 @ New York Jets, 11/9/08 38 @ San Francisco, 10/28/51 Most Points, Both Teams, First Half 55 vs. New York Yanks, 11/18/51 (Rams 34, Yanks 21) vs. Detroit, 10/30/60 (Rams 34, Lions 21) 51 vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 (Rams 44, Packers 7) 50 vs. Atlanta, 10/15/00 (Rams 29, Falcons 21) Most Points, Second Half 41 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 38 vs. Chicago, 11/4/51 35 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 vs. Green Bay, 12/3/50 vs. Atlanta, 12/4/76 Most Points, Opponent, Second Half 35 vs. Minnesota, 11/17/72 @ Green Bay, 9/12/82 33 vs. St. Louis, 9/23/60 31 vs. Cleveland, 10/7/51 vs. San Francisco, 10/23/83 vs. Green Bay, 9/24/89 Most Points, Both Teams, Second Half 56 vs. Minnesota, 11/17/72 (Vikings 35, Rams 21) 55 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 (Rams 41, Lions 14) @ New York Giants, 11/19/50 (Giants 28, Rams 27) 52 @ New York Giants, 11/14/48 (Rams 31, Giants 21) vs. Chicago Cardinals, 11/11/51 (Rams 38, Cardinals 14)

*NFL Record † Ties NFL Record

Most Points, First Quarter 26 vs. Green Bay, 12/12/53 24 vs. Seattle, 10/31/76 vs. New England, 11/2/80 21 Many times, last vs. Dallas, 10/19/08 Most Points, Opponent, First Quarter 28 @ Oakland, 10/29/72 21 Twice, last vs. Baltimore, 9/25/11 20 @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 Most Points, Both Teams, First Quarter 34 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 (Rams 21, Colts 13) 33 vs. Green Bay, 12/12/53 (Rams 26, Packers 7) 28 vs. New Orleans, 12/5/71 (Rams 21, Saints 7) @ Oakland, 10/29/72 (Raiders 28, Rams 0) vs. Dallas, 10/19/08 (Rams 21, Cowboys 7) Most Points, Second Quarter 37 vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 28 @ New Orleans, 10/7/79 @ Atlanta, 12/9/79 vs. Green Bay, 9/24/89 vs. Indianapolis, 12/30/01 24 vs. Green Bay, 12/14/58 vs. Detroit, 10/30/60 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/22/68 Most Points, Opponent, Second Quarter 28 Many times, last @ San Francisco, 11/16/08 24 vs. Arizona, 11/2/08 23 @ New York Jets, 11/9/08 Most Points, Both Teams, Second Quarter 45 vs. Detroit, 10/30/60 (Rams 24, Lions 21) 44 vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 (Rams 37, Packers 7) 42 @ Detroit, 10/12/58 (Rams 21, Lions 21) Most Points, Third Quarter *41 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 28 vs. Chicago Cards, 11/11/51 21 Many times, last vs. New Orleans, 8/31/97 Most Points, Opponent, Third Quarter 25 vs. New Orleans, 10/28/01 21 Many times, last @ Dallas, 9/30/07 20 Three times, last vs. San Francisco, 10/22/95 Most Points, Both Teams, Third Quarter 48 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 (Rams 41, Lions 7) 31 @ New York Giants, 11/14/48 (Giants 21, Rams 10) @ Chicago, 11/3/86 (Rams 17, Bears 14) 28 Many times, last @ Cleveland, 12/12/90 (Rams 14, Browns 14) Most Points, Fourth Quarter 28 vs. Chicago, 10/26/52 vs. San Francisco, 12/30/02 24 @ Green Bay, 10/12/52 @ Green Bay, 10/18/59 @ Atlanta, 11/19/67 21 Many times, last vs. New Orleans, 10/23/05 Most Points, Opponent, Fourth Quarter 28 vs. San Francisco, 10/23/83 23 @ Oakland, 12/18/82 22 vs. Arizona, 11/20/05 @ New Orleans, 11/11/07 Most Points, Both Teams, Fourth Quarter 38 @ New York Yanks, 11/19/50 (Yanks 21, Rams 17) 35 vs. Minnesota, 11/17/72 (Vikings 21, Rams 14) vs. San Francisco, 10/23/83 (49ers 28, Rams 7) 34 @ San Francisco, 10/4/92 (Rams 17, 49ers 17)

TOUCHDOWNS Most Touchdowns, Season 67 2000 66 1999 64 1950 Fewest Touchdowns, Season 10 1937 16 1941 17 2009 Most Touchdowns, Game †10 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 9 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 8 Five times, last vs. Atlanta 11/10/96 Most Touchdowns, Opponents, Game 8 @ Philadelphia, 10/8/50 @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 7 @ San Francisco, 12/27/87 @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 @ Kansas City, 12/8/02 6 Many times, last @ Arizona, 12/30/07 Most Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game 14 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 (Rams 10, Colts 4) 12 @ New York Giants, 11/14/48 (Rams 7, Giants 5) vs. Washington, 12/11/49 (Rams 8, Redskins 4) vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 (Rams 9, Lions 3) @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 (Chiefs 7, Rams 5) 11 Six times, last vs. San Francisco, 10/23/83 (49ers 6, Rams 5)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWNS Most Points After Touchdowns, Season 64 1999 59 1950 58 2000, 2001 Most Points After Touchdowns, Game *10 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 8 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 vs. San Francisco, 11/9/58 vs. Atlanta, 11/10/96 7 Many times, last vs. New York Giants, 11/13/66 Most Points After Touchdowns, Opponent, Game 8 @ Philadelphia, 10/8/50 @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 7 @ San Francisco, 12/27/87 @ Kansas City, 12/8/02 6 Many times, last @ Arizona, 12/30/07

TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Most Two-Point Conversions, Season 4 1998, 2000, 2004 2 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2005 Most Two-Point Conversions, Opponents, Season 7 1997 3 1994, 2000 2 1988, 2007 Most Two-Point Conversions, Game *4 vs. Atlanta, 10/15/00 1 21 times, last vs. Arizona, 10/7/07 Most Two-Point Conversions, Opponent, Game 2 @ New Orleans, 11/11/07 1 Many times, last vs. Atlanta, 11/21/10 Most Two-Point Conversion Attempts, Season 9 2000 6 1995 5 1994 Most Two-Point Conversion Attempts, Opponent, Season 8 1997 6 2000 4 1994, 2007

FIELD GOALS Most Field Goals Attempted, Season †49 1966 47 1973 45 1970 Most Field Goals Attempted, Opponent, Season 39 2007 38 2010 37 1993 Most Field Goals Attempted, Game 7 vs. Detroit, 12/9/51 vs. Denver, 9/10/06 6 Many times, last @ New Orleans, 11/26/72 5 Many times, last @ Cleveland, 12/8/03 Most Field Goals Attempted, Opponent,Game 7 vs. Baltimore, 12/4/54 vs. Minnesota, 11/5/89 6 Many times, last vs. New Orleans, 9/26/04 5 Many times, last @ Baltimore, 10/14/07 Most Field Goals Made, Game 6 vs. Denver, 9/10/06 5 vs. Detroit, 12/9/51 vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 4 Many times, last at Arizona, 12/5/10 Most Field Goals Made, Opponent, Game †7 vs Minnesota, 11/5/89 5 vs. Dallas, 12/21/87 vs. New Orleans, 9/26/04 @ Baltimore, 10/14/07 4 Many times, last at Tampa Bay, 10/24/10

SAFETIES Most Safeties, Game *3 vs. New York Giants, 9/30/84 2 vs. Green Bay, 10/21/73 1 Many times, last vs. San Francisco, 12/26/10 Most Safeties, Game, Opponent 2 @ San Francisco, 9/8/96 1 Many times, last vs. San Francisco, 12/26/10

FIRST DOWNS Most First Downs, Season 380 2000 357 2001 335 1999, 2003 Most First Downs, Opponent, Season 333 1994 2009 329 1996 321 2000 Fewest First Downs, Season 88 1937 101 1938 103 1942 Fewest First Downs, Opponent, Season 116 1944 124 1939 129 1945 Most First Downs, Game 38 vs. New York Giants, 11/13/66 34 vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 vs. Arizona, 9/28/03 33 vs. Green Bay, 12/16/56 Most First Downs, Opponent, Game 36 vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 32 @ San Francisco, 11/20/94 30 vs. Phoenix, 10/2/88

Most First Downs, Both Teams, Game 58 vs. Chicago Bears, 10/24/54 (Rams 30, Bears 28) 57 @ New York Yanks, 11/19/50 (Rams 32, Yanks 25) 55 vs. Buffalo, 12/10/95 (Bills 28, Rams 27) vs. Minnesota, 12/10/00 (Rams 32, Vikings 23) Fewest First Downs, Game 2 vs. Washington, 11/21/37 3 Four times, last @ Detroit, 9/24/40 4 Four times, last @ Detroit, 12/14/69 Fewest First Downs, Opponent, Game 1 @ Seattle, 11/4/79 2 vs. Atlanta, 9/23/73 4 vs. Chicago Cardinals, 9/17/38 vs. Chicago Cardinals, 10/22/39 Fewest First Downs, Both Teams, Game 12 vs. Chicago Cards, 10/3/37 (Rams 3, Cardinals 9) 13 @ Detroit, 10/15/44 (Rams 7, Lions 7) 15 Many times, last @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 (Rams 8, 49ers 7) Most First Downs, Rushing, Season 177 1973 148 1983 144 1980 Fewest First Downs, Rushing, Season †36 1942 51 1944 61 1982 Fewest First Downs, Rushing, Opponent, Season 53 1999 63 1966 64 1966, 1970 Most First Downs, Rushing, Game 21 @ New Orleans, 11/25/73 19 vs. Atlanta, 12/4/76 18 Three times, last @ Seattle, 11/4/79 Most First Downs, Rushing, Game, Opponent 20 @ Washington, 11/25/51 18 vs. New Orleans, 12/16/79 vs. Detroit, 9/7/80 17 @ Detroit, 10/12/58 Fewest First Downs, Rushing, Game 0 @ San Francisco, 12/6/64 vs. New York Jets, 11/15/70 @ Detroit, 11/17/91 @ Kansas City, 12/8/02 1 Many times, last at NYG, 9/19/11 2 Many times, last vs. San Francisco, 1/3/2009 Fewest First Downs, Rushing, Opponent, Game 0 Many Times, last @ Seattle, 11/4/79 1 Many Times, last @ San Francisco, 11/18/07 2 Many times, last vs. Carolina, 10/31/10 Most First Downs, Passing, Season 247 2000 236 2001 219 2002 Most First Downs, Passing, Opponent, Season 198 1944 195 2000 191 1996, 2010 Fewest First Downs, Passing, Season 23 1937 43 1944 44 1941 Fewest First Downs, Passing, Opponent, Season 28 1937 41 1938, 1944 43 1939

Most First Downs, Passing, Game 22 @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 21 Many times, last vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 20 Many times, last @ New Orleans, 11/11/07 Most First Downs, Opponent, Passing,Game 24 vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 20 @ San Francisco, 10/3/04 18 @ Arizona, 12/30/07 Fewest First Downs, Passing, Game 0 @ San Francisco, 10/10/71 1 Many times, last vs. Detroit, 10/19/86 2 Many times, last @ New Orleans, 9/15/91 Fewest First Downs, Passing, Opponent, Game 0 @ Pittsburgh, 11/13/49 vs. Atlanta, 9/23/73 1 Many times, last @ Seattle, 11/4/79 2 Many times, last vs. Atlanta, 10/26/86 Most First Downs, Penalty, Season 36 1998 31 1990 1994 29 1981, 2010 Most First Downs, Penalty, Opponent, Season 35 1997 33 1969 32 1981, 1994 Fewest First Downs, Penalty, Season 5 1953 6 1938 7 1940, 1942 Fewest First Downs, Penalty, Opponent, Season 4 1938, 1940 5 1937 6 1944

NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING/PASSING Most Yards Gained, Season *7,075 2000 6,690 2001 6,412 1999 Most Yards Gained, Opponent, Season 5,965 2009 5,950 2008 5,602 2005 Fewest Yards Gained, Season 1,794 1937 2,253 1938 2,286 1941 Fewest Yards Gained, Opponent, Season 2,519 1945 2,717 1937 2,785 1939 Most Yards Gained, Game 735 vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 614 vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 613 @ New York Yanks, 11/19/50 Most Yards Gained, Opponent, Game 582 vs. Cincinnati, 10/7/90 574 @ Baltimore, 11/25/56 541 @ Green Bay, 10/18/42 Most Yards Gained, Both Teams, Game *1,113 @ New York Yanks, 11/19/50 (Rams 636, Yanks 497) 995 vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 (Rams 614, Chargers 381) 937 vs. Denver, 9/4/00 (Rams 514, Broncos 424)

Fewest Yards Gained, Game 58 @ Chicago Bears, 11/29/42 81 vs. Chicago Cards 10/3/37 86 vs. Washington, 11/21/37 Fewest Yards Gained, Opponent, Game *-7 @ Seattle, 11/4/79 63 vs. Green Bay, 10/21/73 68 @ Chicago Cards, 10/22/39 Most Consecutive Games, 300 or More Yards 30 2000-02 29 1949-51 22 1999-2000

RUSHING ATTEMPTS Most Rushing Attempts, Season 659 1973 621 1977 615 1980 Most Rushing Attempts, Game 65 @ Minnesota, 9/19/76 63 @ Seattle, 11/4/79 61 vs. New Orleans, 10/16/77

YARDS Most Yards Gained Rushing, Season 2,925 1973 2,864 1984 2,799 1980 Most Yards Gained Rushing, Opponent, Season 2,475 2008 2,440 1961 2,397 1981 Fewest Yards Gained Rushing, Season 798 1938 875 1942 929 1941 Fewest Yards Gained Rushing, Opponent, Season 1,119 1967 1,189 1999 1,202 1982 Most Yards Gained Rushing, Game 371 @ New York Yanks, 11/18/51 340 @ New Orleans, 11/25/73 337 vs. Carolina, 11/11/01 Most Yards Gained Rushing, Opponent, Game 352 @ Washington, 11/25/51 330 @ Cleveland, 11/24/57 vs. Detroit, 9/7/80 307 vs. New Orleans, 11/18/81 Most Yards Gained Rushing, Both Teams, Game *595 vs. New York Yanks, 11/18/50 (Rams 371, Yanks 224) 548 vs. Minnesota 11/5/61 (Rams 295, Vikings 253) 506 @ Green Bay, 10/22/44 (Packers 294, Rams 212) Fewest Yards Gained Rushing, Game -29 @ Washington, 10/11/42 6 vs. Arizona, 11/20/05 10 @ Chicago Bears, 11/29/42 Fewest Yards Gained Rushing, Opponent, Game 1 vs. Chicago Bears, 10/26/52 6 vs. New York Giants, 11/12/89 8 vs. New York Giants, 9/30/84 Fewest Yards Gained Rushing, Both Teams, Game 62 @ San Francisco, 12/6/64 (Rams 15, 49ers 47) 78 @ Detroit, 11/7/99 (Rams 57, Detroit 21) 82 vs. New Orleans, 9/6/98 (Rams 47, New Orleans 35)

TOUCHDOWNS Most Touchdowns Rushing, Season 28 1950 26 2000 24 1954 Most Touchdowns Rushing, Opponent, Season 26 1961, 2008 24 2009 22 1992, 1996, 2005 Most Touchdowns, Rushing, Game 7 vs. Atlanta, 12/4/76 6 vs. New York Yanks, 11/18/51 5 vs. Chicago, 10/24/54 @ Detroit, 10/12/58 vs. Minnesota, 12/10/00 Most Touchdowns, Rushing, Opponent, Game 6 vs. Cleveland, 11/24/57 5 vs. Detroit, 10/30/60 vs. Detroit, 9/7/80 @ Pittsburgh, 11/3/96 4 Many times, last @ Indianapolis, 10/17/05 Most Touchdowns Rushing, Both Teams, Game 8 vs. New York Yanks, 11/18/51 (Rams 6, Yanks 2) 7 @ Cleveland, 11/24/57 (Rams 1, Browns 6) @ Detroit, 10/12/58 (Rams 5, Lions 2) vs. Atlanta, 12/4/76 (Rams 7, Falcons 0) vs. Detroit, 9/7/80 (Rams 2, Lions 5) 6 Many times, last @ Tampa Bay, 12/18/00 (Rams 3, Buccaneers 3)

PASSING ATTEMPTS Most Passes Attempted, Season 635 2002 632 1995 600 2003 Fewest Passes Attempted, Season 168 1937 199 1945 208 1944 Most Passes Attempted, Game 62 @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 61 vs. Buffalo, 12/10/95 56 @ San Francisco, 9/11/05 Most Passes Attempted, Opponent, Game 64 vs. Philadelphia, 11/6/49 58 @ Arizona, 9/29/96 vs. Atlanta, 12/2/07 55 vs. Chicago, 12/26/99 Most Passes Attempted, Both Teams, Game 97 vs. Chicago, 12/26/99 (Bears 55, Rams 42) @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 (Rams 62, Giants 35) 96 vs. Cardinals, 9/12/10 (Cardinals 41, Rams 55) 93 vs. Atlanta, 12/2/07 (Rams 35, Atlanta 58) Fewest Passes Attempted, Game 4 vs. Detroit, 9/10/37 6 vs. Chicago Cards, 11/5/39 @ New York Giants, 11/10/40 8 vs. Chicago Bears, 10/9/38 @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 Fewest Passes Attempted, Opponent, Game †0 vs. Detroit, 9/10/37 @ Pittsburgh, 11/13/49 6 @ Brooklyn, 9/20/39 7 vs. Chicago Cards, 11/5/39 vs. Baltimore, 12/18/65

Fewest Passes Attempted, Both Teams, Game 4 vs. Detroit, 9/10/37 (Rams 4, Lions 0) 24 vs. Atlanta, 9/23/73 (Rams 15, Falcons 9) 25 Many times, last @ Pittsburgh, 11/13/49 (Rams 25, Steelers 0)

COMPLETIONS Most Passes Completed, Season 408 2002 392 2005 380 2000 Most Passes Completed, Game 40 @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 36 vs. San Diego, 11/10/02 35 vs. San Francisco, 10/27/85 @ Seattle, 9/10/00 @ Green Bay, 11/29/04 Most Passes Completed, Opponent, Game 37 @ New York Jets, 9/25/83 vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96 @ Arizona, 9/29/96 36 vs. New England, 11/16/86 34 @ St. Louis, 11/4/84 Most Passes Completed, Both Teams, Game 60 @ Philadelphia, 9/9/01 (Rams 28, Eagles 32) 59 vs. Chicago, 12/26/99 (Rams 27, Bears 32) @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 (Rams 40, Giants 19) 57 @ Baltimore, 10/27/96 (Rams 26, Ravens 31) Fewest Passes Completed, Game 1 Many times, last @ New York Giants, 11/10/40 2 @ San Francisco, 10/10/71 3 Many times, last @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 Fewest Passes Completed, Opponent, Game †0 vs. Pittsburgh, 11/13/49 2 Many times, last @ Seattle, 11/4/79 3 Many times, last @ Chicago, 9/24/72 Fewest Passes Completed, Both Teams, Game 1 vs. Detroit, 9/10/37 (Rams 1, Lions 0) 4 vs. Chicago Bears, 10/9/38 (Rams 1, Bears 3) 6 vs. Chicago Cards, 10/3/37 (Rams 3, Cardinals 3) vs. Pittsburgh, 10/29/39 (Rams 1, Steelers 5)

YARDS Most Yards Gained, Passing, Season *5,492 2000 4,903 2001 4,480 2002 Most Yards Gained, Passing, Opponent, Season 4,085 2000 4,024 1989 3,913 2009 Fewest Yards Gained, Passing, Season 839 1937 1,261 1944 1,352 1941 Fewest Yards Gained, Passing, Opponent, Season 883 1937 1,248 1938 1,249 1939 Most Yards Gained, Passing, Game 541 vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 506 vs. Chicago, 12/26/82 453 vs. San Diego, 11/10/02 Most Yards Gained, Passing, Opponent, Game 483 vs. Cincinnati, 10/7/90 475 vs. San Francisco, 11/28/93 439 vs. San Francisco, 12/11/89

Most Yards Gained, Passing, Both Teams, Game 847 vs. Cincinnati, 10/7/90 (Rams 364, Bengals 483) 784 vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 (Rams 451, Chargers 333) 769 vs. Chicago 12/26/82 (Rams 506, Bears 263) Fewest Yards Gained, Passing, Game -18 @ San Francisco, 10/10/71 -5 @ Dallas Texans, 11/9/52 18 vs. Pittsburgh, 10/29/39 Fewest Yards Gained, Passing, Opponent, Game -30 @ Seattle, 11/4/79 -1 @ Green Bay, 10/13/74 0 vs. Detroit, 9/10/37 @ Pittsburgh, 11/13/49 Fewest Yards Gained, Passing, Both Teams, Game 20 vs. Detroit, 9/10/37 (Rams 20, Lions 0) 28 @ Dallas Texans, 11/9/52 (Rams -5, Texans 33) 44 @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 (Rams 26, 49ers 18)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Highest Completion Percentage, Season 68.8 2001 65.4 2005 64.7 1999, 2000 Highest Completion Percentage, Opponent, Season 63.3 2002 62.6 2008 62.3 1982 Highest Completion Percentage, Game (10 att.) 88.9 @ San Francisco, 11/7/54 87.0 vs. San Francisco, 10/10/99 85.7 vs. New York Giants, 10/18/92 Highest Completion Percentage, Opponent,Game (10 att.) 91.3 vs. Cleveland, 12/26/93 81.8 vs. Green Bay, 12/17/60 81.0 vs. San Francisco, 11/18/62 vs. Pittsburgh, 12/20/07

HAD INTERCEPTED Fewest Passes Had Intercepted, Season 7 1969 8 2006 11 1971, 1973, 1977 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Season 35 1941 34 1938 32 1981 Most Passes Had Intercepted, Game 7 Many times, last vs. Detroit, 10/26/58 6 Many times, last @ Carolina, 12/12/04 5 Many times, last @ Tennessee, 12/13/09

TOUCHDOWNS Most Touchdowns, Passing, Season 42 1999 37 2000, 2001 31 1950, 1980, 1988 Most Touchdowns, Passing, Game 6 vs. New York Bulldogs, 11/27/49 vs. Washington, 12/11/49 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 5 Many times, last vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 4 Many times, last vs. Washington, 12/24/06 Most Touchdowns, Passing, Opponent, Game 5 vs. St. Louis, 9/23/60 vs. Chicago, 10/13/63 vs. Miami, 12/14/86 @ San Francisco, 12/27/87 4 Many times, last @ New York Giants, 10/2/05 3 Many times, last at Green Bay, 10/16/11

SACKS TOTAL SACKS Most Sacks, Season 57 1999 56 1980, 1985, 1988 53 1970 Fewest Sacks, Season 17 1991 18 1982 25 2009 26 1994 Most Sacks, Game 10 vs. Atlanta, 9/28/69 vs. San Diego, 10/4/70 9 Many times, last @ Buffalo, 9/20/98 8 Three times, last vs. Minnesota, 11/30/03 Most Sacks, Opponent, Game 11 @ Baltimore, 11/22/64 10 @ San Francisco, 12/6/74 vs. San Francisco, 10/11/76 9 @ New Orleans, 12/1/85 Most Sacks, Both Teams, Game 16 @ Baltimore, 11/22/64 (Rams 5, Colts 11) 14 @ New Orleans, 10/24/76 (Rams 9, Saints 5) 13 vs. Tampa Bay, 11/5/78 (Rams 9, Buccaneers 4)

INTERCEPTIONS TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions, Season 38 1952 32 1967, 1976 31 1950, 1955 Most Interceptions, Game 7 vs. Detroit, 11/26/44 vs. Green Bay, 11/11/45 @ Chicago Bears, 10/9/49 vs. San Francisco, 10/18/64 6 @ Pittsburgh, 12/4/38 @ New York Yanks, 11/19/50 @ Dallas, 11/9/52 @ Kansas City, 10/20/85 @ Atlanta, 12/15/96 5 Many times, last @ Tennessee, 12/13/09

YARDS GAINED Most Yards, Season 712 1952 567 1999 546 1980 Most Yards, Opponent, Season 518 1952 497 1995 492 2002 Fewest Yards, Season 5 1959 15 1938 24 1939 Fewest Yards, Opponent, Season 27 1938 40 1969 61 1939 Most Yards, Game 314 vs. San Francisco, 10/18/64 225 vs. Green Bay, 9/21/80 177 vs. Jacksonville, 10/20/96

Most Yards, Opponent, Game 182 vs. Dallas Texans, 11/2/52 171 @ San Francisco, 11/26/95 149 @ Chicago, 10/11/64 Most Yards, Both Teams, Game 338 vs. San Francisco, 10/18/64 (Rams 314, 49ers 24) 308 vs. Dallas Texans, 11/2/52 (Rams 126, Texans 182) 244 vs. Detroit, 11/1/53 (Rams 129, Lions 115)

TOUCHDOWNS Most Touchdowns By Interceptions, Both Teams, Game 3 vs. Detroit, 11/1/53 (Rams 2, Lions 1) @ Arizona, 12/30/07 (Rams 1, Cardinals 2) 2 Many times, last @ Arizona, 11/23/03 (Rams 1, Cardinals 1)

PUNTING TOTAL PUNTS Most Punts, Season 98 1986 95 1979, 1997,1998 94 2010 Most Punts, Opponents, Season 108 1979 104 1978 96 1986 Most Punts, Game 12 vs. Chicago Bears, 10/9/38 vs. Green Bay, 11/26/39 @ New York, 11/10/40 @ San Francisco, 11/21/76 11 Many times, last @ vs. San Francisco, 1/3/2010 10 Many times, last @ San Francisco, 11/14/10 Most Punts, Opponent, Game 14 vs. New York Yanks, 9/28/51 12 Three times, last vs. Chicago Cardinals, 11/23/41 11 Many times, last @ Seattle, 11/4/79

AVERAGE YARDAGE Highest Average Distance, Punting, Season 49.6 2008 47.2 2007 46.8 2009 Highest Average Distance, Punting, Game (4 punts) 56.2 vs. Buffalo, 9/28/08 55.7 vs. New York Giants, 9/14/08 56.0 vs. Arizona, 10/7/07 Highest Avg. Distance, Punting, Opponent, Game (4 punts) 57.3 @ Chicago Bears, 11/16/52 55.8 @ Detroit 10/10/54 55.3 @ Washington, 10/26/41

PUNT RETURNS TOTAL RETURNS Most Punt Returns, Season 67 1978 62 1970 58 1969, 1979 Most Punt Returns, Opponents, Season 60 1963, 1997 59 1979 58 1998 Fewest Punt Returns, Season 14 1961 19 1993 22 1982

Fewest Punt Returns, Opponent, Season 17 2001 22 1972 23 1999 Most Punt Returns, Game 8 Many times, last @ San Francisco, 10/25/81 7 Many times, last @ Tennessee, 1031/99 6 Many times, last vs. San Francisco, 9/7/97 Most Punt Returns, Opponent, Game 9 vs. Baltimore, 11/22/64 vs. Minnesota, 12/2/79 @ Philadelphia, 9/7/08 8 @ Detroit, 9/27/42 @ Chicago Bears, 11/29/42 7 Many times, last @ San Francisco, 11/18/07 Most Punt Returns, Both Teams, Game 15 @ Detroit, 9/27/42 (Rams 7, Lions 8) @ Baltimore, 11/27/66 (Rams 8, Colts 7) 14 @ Atlanta, 9/12/76 (Rams 7, Falcons 7) 13 vs. Chicago, 11/23/75 (Rams 7, Bears 6) @ Atlanta, 9/18/77 (Rams 8, Falcons 5) @ Tampa Bay, 9/23/79 (Rams 7, Buccaneers 6) vs. Minnesota, 12/2/79 (Rams 4, Vikings 9)

FAIR CATCHES Most Fair 25 24 23 Most Fair 30 22 21 Most Fair 4 3 2 Most Fair 5 4 3 Most Fair 8 7 6

Catches, Season 1998, 1999 1989 1997, 2005 Catches, Opponent, Season 1968, 1986 1985, 2006 1984, 1988, 1991, 2010 Catches, Game Many times, last at Seattle, 1/2/11 Many times, last at San Francisco, 10/4/09 Many times, last at San Francisco, 11/14/10 Catches, Opponent, Game Four times, last at San Francisco, 11/14/10 Many times, last at San Francisco, 9/17/06 Many times, last vs. Atlanta, 11/21/10 Catches, Both Teams, Game @ Baltimore, 11/8/71 (Rams 3, Colts 5) Many times, last @ SF, 11/14/10 (Rams 2, 49ers 5) Many times, last @ San Francisco, 9/17/06 (Rams 2, 49ers 4)

YARDS GAINED Most Yards, Punt Returns, Season 711 1978 676 1981 640 1947 Most Yards, Punt Returns, Opponent, Season 681 1963 652 1998 637 1994 Fewest Yards, Punt Returns, Season 102 1993 129 1960 143 2004 Fewest Yards, Punt Returns, Opponent, Season 55 1972 67 1971 116 1977

Most Yards, Punt Returns, Game 219 @ Atlanta, 10/11/81 166 @ San Francisco, 10/25/81 147 @ Cincinnati 10/3/99 Most Yards, Punt Returns, Opponents, Game 155 vs. Washington, 9/21/63 148 @ Buffalo, 11/21/04 141 @ Green Bay, 10/9/94

Most Yards, Punt Returns, Both Teams, Game *282 @ Atlanta, 10/11/81 (Rams 219, Falcons 63) 198 @ Chicago Bears, 10/10/48 (Rams 69, Bears 129) 189 @ Kansas City, 12/8/02 (Rams 94, Chiefs 95)

TOUCHDOWNS Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Season 3 1981 2 1947, 1949, 1952, 1984, 1992, 1996 1 1998, 1999, 2000, 2007 Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Opponent, Season 3 1951, 1994 2 1993, 2002, 2003 Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Game †2 @ Atlanta, 10/11/81 vs. Atlanta, 12/27/92 Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Game, Opponent 2 @ Detroit, 10/14/51 1 Many times, last vs. San Francisco, 12/26/19

YARDS GAINED Most Yards, Kickoff Returns, Season 1,938 2007 1,764 2009 1,761 2008 Most Yards, Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Season 2,194 2001 2,115 1999 1,888 2000 Fewest Yards, Kickoff Returns, Season 448 1945 690 1949 705 1977 Fewest Yards, Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Season 463 1941 545 1942 671 1940, 1991 Most Yards, Kickoff Returns, Game 267 @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 254 vs. Chicago, 10/13/63 239 vs. St. Louis, 11/14/76 Most Yards, Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Game 362 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 304 @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 263 @ New York Giants, 11/11/48 Most Yards, Kickoff Returns, Both Teams, Game 560 vs. Detroit, 10/29/50 (Rams 198, Lions 362) 501 @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 (Rams 197, Saints 304) 384 @ New York Giants 11/14/48 (Rams 121, Giants 263)

TOUCHDOWNS

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns, Season 84 2004 82 2007 80 2008 Most Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Season 86 2001 85 1999 84 1989 Fewest Kickoff Returns, Season 26 1945 33 1977 34 1975 Fewest Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Season 19 1941 27 1942 35 1955 Most Kickoff Returns, Game 9 vs. New Orleans, 10/28/01 at Tennessee, 12/13/09 at Detroit, 10/10/10 8 Many times, last vs. Pittsburgh, 12/20/07 7 Many times, last vs. Atlanta, 11/21/10 Most Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Game 9 vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 8 Many times, last vs. Green Bay, 9/27/09 7 Many times, last vs. Indianapolis, 10/25/09 Most Kickoff Returns, Both Teams, Game 15 vs. New Orleans, 10/28/01 (Rams 9, Saints 6) 14 vs. Chicago Bears, 10/24/54 (Rams 7, Bears 7) @ San Francisco, 11/7/54 (Rams 7, 49ers 7) @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 (Rams 7, Saints 7) vs. San Diego, 10/1/00 (Rams 5, Chargers 9) @ Kansas City, 10/22/00 (Rams 8, Chiefs 6)

Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Season 3 1950, 1985 2 1999 1 1998, 2000, 2005 Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Opponent, Season 2 1950, 1964, 1967, 1981, 1994, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007 1 Many times, last in 2009 Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Game 2 vs. Green Bay, 11/24/85 1 Many times, last vs. Seattle, 10/9/05 Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Game, Opponent 2 @ New Orleans, 10/23/94 vs. Chicago, 12/11/06 1 Many times, last at Detroit, 10/10/10

FUMBLES TOTAL FUMBLES Most Fumbles, Season 42 1996 40 1964, 1965 39 1978, 1986 Most Fumbles, Opponent, Season 42 1996 40 1964, 1965 39 1978, 1986 Fewest Fumbles, Season 14 2010 17 1960 18 2008 Fewest Fumbles, Opponent, Season 13 1956 15 1974, 1982, 1994 16 1998

Most Fumbles, Game 8 vs. Detroit, 10/31/65 7 Many times, last vs. New Orleans, 12/16/79 6 Many times, last @ New York Giants, 9/7/03 Most Fumbles, Opponent, Game 8 @ Chicago Cards, 11/27/38 7 Many times, last vs. Arizona, 12/9/10 6 Many times, last @ Green Bay, 9/4/88 Most Fumbles, Both Teams, Game 14 @ Chicago Bears, 11/24/40 (Rams 7, Bears 7) 12 @ Chicago Bears, 9/15/39 (Rams 6, Bears 6) @ Chicago Bears, 11/16/52 (Rams 7, Bears 5) 11 @ New York Giants, 9/7/03 (Rams 6, Giants 5) @ New Orleans, 10/24/76 (Rams 4, Saints 7) @ New York Giants, 12/1/46 (Rams 6, Giants 5) @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/27/38 (Rams 3, Cardinals 8)

FUMBLES LOST Most Fumbles Lost, Season 24 1983 23 1958 22 1953, 1965, 1978, 1986, 2001 Most Fumbles Lost, Opponent, Season 24 1947, 1948 22 1984, 2003 20 1966, 1983 Most Fumbles Lost, Game 6 vs. New England, 12/11/83 vs. Detroit, 10/31/65 @ Detroit, 9/29/40 5 Many times, last vs. Phoenix, 9/1/91 4 Many times, last vs. Tampa Bay, 11/26/01 Most Fumbles Lost, Opponent, Game 5 @ New Orleans, 10/24/76 @ Green Bay, 9/25/66 @ Detroit, 10/15/44 @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/27/38 4 Many times, last vs. Cardinals, 12/9/10 3 Many times, last @ Washington, 10/12/08 Most Fumbles Lost, Both Teams, Game 9 @ Chicago Bears, 9/15/39 (Rams 5, Bears 4) 8 Many times, Last vs. New England, 12/11/83 (Rams 6, Patriots 2) 7 @ Philadelphia, 12/1/02 (Rams 3, Eagles 4) @ Chicago Bears, 11/16/52 (Rams 4, Bears 3) @ Detroit, 9/29/40 (Rams 6, Lions 1) @ Chicago Cardinals, 11/27/38 (Rams 2, Cardinals 5)

PENALTIES TOTAL PENALTIES Most Penalties, Season 142 1997 133 1978, 1996 127 2004 Most Penalties, Opponent, Season 142 1997 133 1978, 1996 126 2010 Fewest Penalties, Season 29 1941 45 1942 51 1959 Fewest Penalties, Opponent, Season 43 1945 46 1942 47 1941, 1958

Most Penalties, Game 15 Five times, last vs. Philadelphia, 12/18/05 14 Many times, last vs. New Orleans, 11/26/00 13 Many times, last vs. Green Bay, 12/16/07 Most Penalties, Opponent, Game 18 vs. Chicago Bears, 11/10/46 vs. Cleveland, 10/7/51 17 vs. New Orleans, 11/26/00 16 @ Chicago Bears, 10/10/48 Most Penalties, Both Teams, Game 31 vs. New Orleans, 11/26/00 (Rams 14, Saints 17) 27 vs. Chicago Bears, 11/10/46 (Rams 9, Bears 18) 26 vs. New Orleans, 11/8/81 (Rams 13, Saints 13) vs. Cincinnati, 9/1/96 (Rams 11, Bengals 15) @ Buffalo, 11/21/04 (Rams 11, Bills 15) @ San Francisco, 11/14/10 (Rams 12, 49ers 14) Fewest Penalties, Game 0 vs. New Orleans, 12/9/90 vs. Baltimore, 12/18/65 @ Chicago, 11/29/42 @ New York, 11/16/41 1 Many times, last vs. Atlanta, 1/6/02 2 Many times, last @ Tampa Bay, 12/18/00 Fewest Penalties, Opponent, Game 0 @ New England 10/26/08 vs. Chicago, 9/24/95 vs. Minnesota, 11/19/72 vs. New York, 9/27/41 1 Many times, last @ Seattle, 9/10/00 2 Many times, last vs. Pittsburgh, 12/20/07 Fewest Penalties, Both Teams, Game 1 vs. New York Yanks, 9/27/53 (Rams 1, Yanks 0) 2 vs. Green Bay, 12/16/62 (Rams 1, Packers 1) vs. Baltimore, 12/18/65 (Rams 0, Colts 2) 3 Many times, last @ Phoenix, 12/5/93 (Rams 1, Cardinals 2)

YARDS PENALIZED Most Yards Penalized, Season 1,169 1978 1,065 1997 1,015 1996 Most Yards Penalized, Opponent, Season 1,066 2005 1,064 1997 1,028 1951 Fewest Yards Penalized, Season 195 1938 220 1939 218 1937 Fewest Yards Penalized, Opponent, Season 220 1939 249 1938 318 1939 Most Yards Penalized, Game 162 vs. Baltimore, 10/22/50 149 @ Dallas, 11/6/60 145 @ Chicago Bears, 10/19/58 Most Yards Penalized, Opponent, Game 177 vs. San Francisco, 9/18/94 173 vs. Minnesota, 9/22/67 150 vs. Detroit, 10/3/52 Most Yards Penalized, Both Teams, Game 269 vs. Green Bay, 12/3/50 (Rams 123, Packers 146) 267 vs. Minnesota, 9/22/67 (Rams 94, Vikings 173) 253 @ Atlanta, 11/19/67 (Rams 135, Falcons 118)

Fewest Yards Penalized, Game 0 Many times, last vs. New Orleans, 12/9/90 5 Many times, Last @ Arizona, 12/7/08 7 @ New Orleans, 10/30/88 @ Detroit, 10/12/58 Fewest Yards Penalized, Opponent, Game †0 Three times, last @ New England, 10/26/08 5 Many times, last @ Atlanta, 10/14/93 7 @ New Orleans, 10/30/88 @ Green Bay 12/20/92 Fewest Yards Penalized, Both Teams, Game 10 vs. Green Bay, 12/16/62 (Rams 5, Packers 5) 15 vs. Chicago Cards, 11/23/41 (Rams 5, Cardinals 10) vs. New York Yanks, 9/27/53 (Rams 15, Yanks 0) 20 Many times, last @ Phoenix, 12/5/93 (Rams 10, Cardinals 10)

RAMS BIG DAYS Bold denotes player active with Rams Italics denotes rookie

RUSHING 247 223 221 220 215 213 212 210 208 208 207 205 202 199 199 195 193 192 191 183 183 181 179 178 170 169 168 166 166 164 161 160 159 159 158 158 155 155 154 154 152 152 152 150 150 150

Willie Ellison vs. New Orleans .......................... Dec. 5, 1971 Tom Wilson vs. Green Bay ............................... Dec. 16, 1956 Greg Bell vs. Green Bay ................................... Sept. 24, 1989 Marshall Faulk @ New Orleans ........................ Dec. 24, 2000 Eric Dickerson vs. Houston ............................... Dec. 9, 1984 Charles White @ St. Louis ................................ Nov. 15, 1987 Jerome Bettis @ New Orleans ......................... Dec. 12, 1993 Greg Bell @ New England ................................ Dec. 24, 1989 Eric Dickerson @ St. Louis ............................... Nov. 4, 1984 Marshall Faulk vs. Atlanta ................................. Oct. 15, 2000 Eric Dickerson vs. Tampa Bay .......................... Oct. 5, 1986 Dan Towler @ Baltimore ................................... Nov. 22, 1953 Marshall Faulk @ Carolina................................ Dec. 23, 2001 Ollie Matson @ Chicago Bears ......................... Oct. 11, 1959 Eric Dickerson vs. Detroit .................................. Oct. 2, 1983 Trung Canidate @ New York Jets .................... Oct. 21, 2001 Eric Dickerson @ St. Louis ............................... Sept. 7, 1986 Eric Dickerson @ New York Jets ...................... Sept. 25, 1983 Eric Dickerson @ Tampa Bay ........................... Nov. 25, 1984 Marshall Faulk vs. Carolina............................... Nov. 11, 2001 Marshall Faulk vs. Seattle ................................. Oct. 20, 2002 Marshall Faulk @ Atlanta .................................. Oct. 17, 1999 Steven Jackson vs. Jacksonville .................. Oct. 30, 2005 Marshall Faulk @ Arizona ................................. Nov. 3, 2002 Eric Dickerson vs. Atlanta ................................. Oct. 26, 1986 Dick Bass @ Chicago ....................................... Dec. 9, 1962 Marshall Faulk vs. Atlanta ................................. Jan. 6, 2002 Ron Waller vs. Philadelphia .............................. Sept. 30, 1956 Charles White vs. Pittsburgh............................. Oct. 11, 1987 Eric Dickerson @ New Orleans ........................ Oct. 14, 1984 Steven Jackson @ Atlanta ............................. Dec. 28, 2008 Steven Jackson vs. Dallas ............................. Oct. 10, 2008 Charles White vs. Atlanta.................................. Dec. 13, 1987 Steven Jackson vs. New Orleans .................. Oct. 30, 2011 Greg Hill, @ Buffalo .......................................... Sept. 20, 1998 Marshall Faulk vs. Oakland............................... Oct. 13, 2002 Charles White @ Atlanta................................... Oct. 18, 1987 Dan Towler vs. New York Yanks ...................... Nov. 18, 1951 Marshall Faulk @ New Orleans ........................ Dec. 12, 1999 Dan Towler vs. Chicago Bears ......................... Oct. 25, 1953 Lawrence McCutcheon @ New Orleans ........... Nov. 25, 1973 Lawrence McCutcheon @ Chicago .................. Dec. 2, 1973 Lawrence McCutcheon vs. Atlanta ................... Dec. 11, 1977 Eric Dickerson @ Seattle .................................. Sept. 23, 1985 Eric Dickerson vs. Green Bay ........................... Nov. 24, 1985 Steven Jackson vs. Washington ................... Dec. 24, 2006

(26 carries, 1 TD) (23 carries, 0 TD) (28 carries, 2 TD) (32 carries, 2 TD) (27 carries, 2 TD) (34 carries, 1 TD) (28 carries, 1 TD) (26 carries, 1 TD) (21 carries 0 TD) (25 carries, 1 TD) (30 carries, 2 TD) (14 carries, 1 TD) (30 carries, 2 TD) (31 carries, 3 TD) (30 carries, 2 TD) (23 carries, 2 TD) (38 carries, 2 TD) (28 carries, 2 TD) (28 carries, 3 TD) (15 carries, 2 TD) (32 carries, 3 TD) (18 carries, 1 TD) (25 carries, 0 TD) (27 carries, 1 TD) (30 carries, 0 TD) (20 carries, 1 TD) (20 carries, 1 TD) (20 carries, 1 TD) (33 carries, 1 TD) (20 carries, 0 TD) (30 carries, 2 TD) (25 carries, 3 TD) (29 carries, 2 TD) (25 carries, 2 TD) (19 carries, 2 TD) (26 carries, 0 TD) (31 carries, 0 TD) (13 carries, 1 TD) (29 carries, 1 TD) (24 carries, 1 TD) (20 carries, 0 TD) (24 carries, 0 TD) (17 carries, 0 TD) (31 carries, 3 TD) (31 carries, 1 TD) (33 carries, 1 TD)

CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES Games 38 28 27 22 11 10 10 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 4 3

Player W-L-T Eric Dickerson .......................................... 27-11 Steven Jackson.......................................15-13 Marshall Faulk............................................27-0 Lawrence McCutcheon ........................... 19-2-1 Jerome Bettis ............................................... 3-8 Dick Bass ..................................................... 6-4 Dan Towler ................................................. 10-0 Wendell Tyler ............................................... 6-2 Charles White...............................................7-1 Greg Bell ...................................................... 6-1 Paul (Tank) Younger.................................3-3-1 Cleveland Gary.............................................4-2 Jon Arnett.....................................................2-3 Willie Ellison .............................................. 2-2-1 Ron Waller....................................................4-1 Tim Wilson....................................................2-3 Skeet Quinlan............................................... 1-3 Cullen Bryant................................................ 3-0

Games 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Player W-L-T John Cappelletti 2-0-1 Ollie Matson ................................................. 2-1 Lawrence Phillips ......................................... 3-0 Trung Canidate ............................................ 2-0 Dick Hoerner ............................................. 1-0-1 Les Josephson ............................................. 2-0 Joe Marconi.................................................. 2-0 Elvis Peacock ............................................... 2-0 Bob Thomas ................................................. 2-0 Jim Bertelsen ............................................... 1-0 Robert Delpino ............................................. 1-0 Harold Green................................................ 1-0 Greg Hill........................................................1-0 Brian Leonard............................................... 0-1 Jerald Moore ................................................ 1-0 Kenny Washington ....................................... 1-0 Justin Watson............................................... 1-0

GAMES WITH MORE THAN ONE 100-YARD RUSHER Nov. 8, 1953 Oct. 24, 1954 Oct. 31, 1954 Dec. 4, 1955 Sept. 16, 1973 Sept. 12, 1976 Sept. 19, 1976 Nov. 11, 1996 Nov. 11, 2001

vs. San Francisco, Skeet Quinlan (11-119) and Paul Younger (12-101) vs. Chicago Bears, Dan Towler (15-123) and Paul Younger (27-106) vs. Detroit, Paul Younger (18-140) and Skeet Quinlan (13-119) vs. Baltimore, Ron Waller (24-138) and Paul Younger (25-132) @ Kansas City, Jim Bertelsen (28-143) and Lawrence McCutcheon (21-120) @ Atlanta, Lawrence McCutcheon (26-115) and John Cappelletti (22-102) @ Minnesota, John Cappelletti (28-128) and Lawrence McCutcheon (29-110) vs. Atlanta, Lawrence Phillips (14-106) and Harold Green (13-106) vs. Carolina, Marshall Faulk (15-183) and Trung Canidate (16-145)

PASSING 554 509 454 453 450 448 442 441 436 431 406 401 401 394 390 388 385 378 377 375 372 372 372 368 368 366 365 365 362 360 359 358 356 356 354 354 353 352 351

Norm Van Brocklin vs. New York Yanks........... Sept. 28, 1951 Vince Ferragamo vs. Chicago........................... Dec. 26, 1982 Jim Everett @ New Orleans ............................. Nov. 26, 1989 Marc Bulger vs. San Diego ............................... Nov. 10, 2002 Marc Bulger vs. New York Jets......................... Jan. 2, 2005 Marc Bulger @ Green Bay ................................ Nov. 29, 2004 Marc Bulger @ New York Giants ...................... Oct. 2, 2005 Kurt Warner vs. Denver .................................... Sept. 4, 2000 James Harris @ Miami...................................... Oct. 3, 1976 Trent Green vs. Carolina................................... Nov. 5, 2000 Jim Hardy vs. Chicago Cardinals ...................... Oct. 31, 1948 Tony Banks @ Atlanta ...................................... Nov. 2, 1997 Kurt Warner @ New England ........................... Nov. 18, 2001 Kurt Warner vs. San Francisco ......................... Sept. 17, 2000 Kurt Warner vs. San Diego ............................... Oct. 1, 2000 Marc Bulger vs. Washington ............................. Dec. 24, 2006 Kurt Warner vs. New Orleans ........................... Oct. 28, 2001 Marc Bulger @ San Francisco .......................... Nov. 2, 2003 Jim Everett @ Philadelphia ............................... Nov. 6, 1988 Marc Bulger @ Pittsburgh ................................. Oct. 26, 2003 Billy Wade @ Green Bay .................................. Nov. 16, 1958 Jim Everett vs. Cincinnati.................................. Oct. 7, 1990 Mark Rypien vs. Buffalo .................................... Dec. 10, 1995 Jim Everett vs. Indianapolis .............................. Sept. 17, 1989 Marc Bulger vs. San Francisco ......................... Sept. 19, 2007 Trent Green vs. Washington ............................. Nov. 20, 2000 Jim Everett @ Denver ....................................... Nov. 27, 1988 Jim Everett vs. New Orleans............................. Dec. 9, 1990 Marc Bulger @ San Francisco .......................... Sept. 11, 2005 Marc Bulger vs. Seattle ..................................... Oct. 15, 2006 Kurt Warner vs. Indianapolis ............................. Dec. 30, 2001 Marc Bulger vs. New Orleans ........................... Sept. 26, 2004 Billy Wade @ Baltimore .................................... Nov. 23, 1958 Marc Bulger vs. Chicago ................................... Dec. 11, 2006 Jamie Martin vs. San Francisco ........................ Dec. 24, 2005 Marc Bulger vs. Kansas City ............................. Nov. 5, 2006 Tony Banks @ Baltimore .................................. Oct. 27, 1996 Marc Bulger vs. Atlanta ..................................... Oct. 13, 2003 Kurt Warner @ Carolina.................................... Dec. 5, 1999

(30 (30 (29 (36 (29 (35 (40 (25 (17 (29 (28 (30 (23 (23 (24 (25 (29 (26 (24 (22 (19 (25 (31 (28 (24 (23 (25 (31 (34 (26 (23 (32 (24 (34 (33 (31 (26 (23 (22

/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

46, 46, 51, 48, 39, 53, 62, 35, 29, 42, 53, 42, 34, 34, 30, 38, 47, 42, 45, 37, 42, 46, 55, 35, 41, 38, 47, 50, 56, 39, 30, 49, 41, 55, 41, 42, 40, 34, 31,

0 3 1 4 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 4 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 1 0 3 1 1 1 2 3

TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD, TD,

0 2 2 0 2 1 3 3 1 0 2 1 2 2 0 0 4 2 4 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 2 2

Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int) Int)

CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAMES Games 30 27 20 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Player W-L-T Kurt Warner ................................................ 22-8 Marc Bulger..............................................12-15 Jim Everett ............................................... 10-10 Norm Van Brocklin ....................................... 4-1 Tony Banks .................................................. 1-2 Vince Ferragamo.......................................... 1-2 Roman Gabriel ............................................. 2-1 Trent Green .................................................. 2-1 Chris Miller ................................................... 1-2 Mark Rypien ................................................. 0-3 Bill Wade 1-2

Games 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Player W-L-T Sam Bradford ..............................................1-2 Dieter Brock.............................................. 0-2 Bob Waterfield..............................................2-0 Zeke Bratkowski ........................................... 1-0 Ryan Fitzpatrick ........................................... 1-0 Gus Frerotte ................................................. 1-0 Pat Haden .................................................... 0-1 Jim Hardy ..................................................... 0-1 James Harris ................................................ 1-0 Jamie Martin................................................. 1-0

RECEIVING 336 303 238 233 230 229 226 220 210 208 207 204 203 202 200 200 196 195 192 191 189 189 188 183 181 179 175 174 173 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 167 166 165 165 163 163 163 163 163 163 163 162 161 160 160 159 157 157 155 154 154 154 152 152 151 151 151 151 151 150 150

Willie Anderson @ New Orleans ..................... Nov. 26, 1989 Jim Benton @ Detroit ........................................ Nov. 22, 1945 Harold Jackson vs. Dallas ................................ Oct. 14, 1973 Isaac Bruce @ Atlanta ...................................... Nov. 2, 1997 Henry Ellard vs. Indianapolis ............................ Sept. 17, 1989 Isaac Bruce @ Baltimore .................................. Oct. 27, 1996 Eddie Kennison @ Atlanta ................................ Dec. 15, 1996 Ron Jessie @ Miami ......................................... Oct. 3, 1976 Isaac Bruce vs. Miami ....................................... Dec. 24, 1995 Jim Phillips @ Green Bay ................................ Nov. 16, 1958 Carroll Dale @ Detroit ....................................... Nov. 17, 1963 Marshall Faulk (RB) vs. Chicago ...................... Dec. 26, 1999 Torry Holt vs. Indianapolis ................................ Dec. 30, 2001 Jim Benton @ New York Yanks........................ Dec. 5, 1946 Tommy McDonald vs. Cleveland ..................... Dec. 12, 1965 Torry Holt @ San Francisco ............................. Nov. 2, 2003 Elroy Hirsch vs. Green Bay ............................... Dec. 12, 1953 Elroy Hirsch vs. Chicago Cardinals ................. Nov. 11, 1951 Isaac Bruce, vs. Minnesota ............................... Sept. 13, 1998 Isaac Bruce, vs. Atlanta .................................... Oct. 12, 1995 Tom Fears vs. Green Bay ................................. Dec. 3, 1950 Torry Holt @ Atlanta ......................................... Sept. 24, 2000 Isaac Bruce vs. San Francisco ......................... Sept. 17, 2000 George Farmer vs. Chicago.............................. Dec. 26, 1982 Isaac Bruce @ Indianapolis ............................. Oct. 1, 1995 Isaac Bruce vs. New Orleans .......................... Oct. 28, 2001 Del Shofner vs. Baltimore ................................. Dec. 6, 1958 Torry Holt @ Pittsburgh .................................... Oct. 26, 2003 Elroy Hirsch @ New York Yanks ..................... Sept. 28, 1951 Isaac Bruce vs. San Francisco ......................... Oct. 22, 1995 Torry Holt vs. Minnesota ................................... Dec. 10, 2000 Henry Ellard @ Detroit ..................................... Dec. 6, 1987 Isaac Bruce @ Green Bay ................................ Nov, 29, 2004 Del Shofner @ Detroit ....................................... Nov. 15, 1959 Elroy Hirsch @ Green Bay ............................... Oct. 11 1953 Henry Ellard @ Denver ..................................... Nov. 27, 1988 Isaac Bruce vs. San Diego................................ Oct. 1, 2000 Henry Ellard @ Philadelphia ............................. Nov. 6, 1988 Henry Ellard vs. Atlanta .................................... Oct. 8, 1989 Torry Holt @ Tampa Bay ................................. Dec. 18, 2000 Elroy Hirsch @ San Francisco ......................... Oct. 28, 1951 Jim Phillips vs. Chicago .................................... Sept. 23, 1961 Henry Ellard vs. Phoenix .................................. Nov. 19, 1989 Isaac Bruce vs. San Diego................................ Nov. 10, 2002 Torry Holt, vs. Tennessee ................................. Sept. 25, 2005 Torry Holt, vs. San Francisco............................ Dec. 24, 2005 Donnie Avery @ New England ......................... Oct. 26, 2008 Tom Fears @ New York Yanks ....................... Sept. 28, 1951 Torry Holt vs. Atlanta ........................................ Oct. 13, 2003 Henry Ellard vs. Kansas City ........................... Nov. 10, 1991 Torry Holt vs. San Francisco............................. Dec. 5, 2004 Tom Fears vs. Washington ............................... Dec. 11, 1949 Elroy Hirsch @ New York Yanks ...................... Nov. 19, 1954 Bob Boyd vs. San Francisco ............................. Oct. 3, 1954 Tommy McDonald @ Chicago ......................... Oct. 10, 1965 Jim Phillips @ New York Giants ...................... Oct 22, 1961 Willie Anderson @ Atlanta ................................ Sept. 11, 1994 Torry Holt vs. Seattle ........................................ Oct. 15, 2006 Isaac Bruce @ Cincinnati.................................. Oct. 3, 1999 Drew Hill @ Pittsburgh ...................................... Sept. 16, 1984 Jim Benton, @ Chicago .................................... Oct. 21, 1945 Jim Phillips, @ Dallas ...................................... Nov. 6, 1960 Jack Snow, @ Baltimore ................................... Oct. 15, 1967 Ron Jessie, @ Atlanta ...................................... Nov. 16, 1975 Torry Holt @ Carolina ....................................... Dec. 12, 2004 Elroy Hirsch, @ San Francisco ......................... Oct. 7, 1956 Jack Snow, vs. Detroit ...................................... Dec. 14, 1970

(15 receptions, 1 TD) (10 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 4 TD) (10 receptions, 3 TD) (12 receptions, 1 TD) (11 receptions, 1 TD) (5 receptions, 3 TD) (7 receptions, 2 TD) (15 receptions, 1 TD) (8 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 3 TD) (12 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 2 TD) (12 receptions, 2 TD) (6 receptions, 2 TD) (11 receptions, 1 TD) (9 receptions, 0 TD) (6 receptions, 2 TD) (11 receptions, 1 TD) (10 receptions, 2 TD) (3 receptions, 2 TD) (3 receptions, 2 TD) (8 receptions, 1 TD) (9 receptions, 1 TD) (8 receptions, 2 TD) (7 receptions, 1 TD) (5 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 1 TD) (9 receptions, 4 TD) (9 receptions, 0 TD) (9 receptions, 0 TD) (7 receptions, 1 TD) (9 receptions, 1 TD) (5 receptions, 1 TD) (8 receptions, 0 TD) (11 receptions, 2 TD) (9 receptions, 2 TD) (7 receptions, 1 TD) (8 receptions, 0 TD) (9 receptions, 1 TD) (4 receptions, 1 TD) (9 receptions, 0 TD) (7 receptions, 2 TD) (10 receptions, 3 TD) (9 receptions, 1 TD) ( 10 receptions, 1 TD) (6 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 0 TD) (11 receptions, 2 TD) (8 receptions, 1 TD) (10 receptions, 1 TD) (10 receptions, 2 TD) (5 receptions, 0 TD) (5 receptions, 1 TD) (9 receptions, 0 TD) (8 receptions, 1 TD) (5 receptions, 1 TD) (8 receptions, 3 TD) (6 receptions, 0 TD) (4 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 1 TD) (7 receptions, 2 TD) (3 receptions, 2 TD) (10 receptions, 1 TD) (6 receptions, 1 TD) (8 receptions, 2 TD) (7 receptions, 0 TD)

GAMES WITH MORE THAN ONE 100-YARD RECEIVER Dec. 11, 1949 Sept. 22, 1950 Nov. 19, 1950 Sept. 28, 1951 Dec. 14, 1952 Oct. 4, 1953 Sept. 26, 1954 Oct. 10, 1954 Nov. 21, 1954 Dec. 12, 1954 Oct. 7, 1956 Nov. 23, 1958 Oct. 11, 1964 Nov.1, 1964 Dec. 4, 1976 Dec. 26, 1982 Sept. 9, 1990 Oct. 7, 1990 Dec. 9, 1990 Sept. 1, 1991 Dec. 5, 1999 Dec. 12, 1999 Sept. 4, 2000 Oct. 1, 2000 Nov. 5, 2000 Nov. 10, 2002 Sept. 7, 2003 Sept. 19, 2004 Oct. 1, 2006 Dec. 24, 2006

vs. Washington, Tom Fears (10-159) and Bob Shaw (5 -137) vs. New York Yanks, Glen Davis (5-103) and Dick Hoerner (4-105) @ New York Yanks, Dick Hoerner (14-125) and Elroy Hirsch (8-157) @ New York Yanks, Tom Fears (7-162), Elroy Hirsch (9-173), and Verda (V.T.) Smith (2-103) vs. Pittsburgh, Tom Fears (10-122) and Elroy Hirsch (4-108) @ San Francisco, Bob Boyd (4-107) and Elroy Hirsch (9-107) @ Baltimore, Skeet Quinlan (4-135) and Bob Boyd (4-121) @ Detroit, Bob Boyd (8-128) and Elroy Hirsch (6-105) @ New York Giants, Bob Boyd (5-103) and Tom Fears (9-136) vs. Green Bay, Bob Boyd (4-106) and Elroy Hirsch (5-119) @ San Francisco, Elroy Hirsch (8-150) and Bob Boyd (7-119) @ Baltimore, Lamar Lundy (6-103) and Del Shofner (8-110) @ Chicago, Jim Phillips (7-110) and Bucky Pope (4-108) @ Detroit, Carroll Dale (7-109) and Marlin McKeever (6-100) vs. Atlanta, Ron Jessie (4-112) and Dwight Scales (2-102) vs. Chicago, George Farmer (9-183) and Preston Dennard (5-122) @ Green Bay, Henry Ellard (6-106) and Willie Anderson (5-128) vs. Cincinnati, Henry Ellard (7-100) and Willie Anderson (7-144) vs. New Orleans, Henry Ellard (5-107) and Willie Anderson (5-123) vs. Phoenix, Robert Delpino (10-113) and Henry Ellard (7-116) @ Carolina, Isaac Bruce (6-111) and Az-Zahir Hakim (4-122) @ New Orleans, Isaac Bruce (4-102) and Torry Holt (6-113) vs. Denver, Az-Zahir Hakim (5-118), Torry Holt (6-103), and Marshall Faulk (4-100) vs. San Diego, Isaac Bruce (9-167), Marshall Faulk (6-116), and Az-Zahir Hakim (5-104) vs. Carolina, Az-Zahir Hakim (8-147) and Torry Holt (4-130) vs. San Diego, Isaac Bruce (10-163) and Torry Holt (7-118) @ New York Giants, Isaac Bruce (8-120), and Torry Holt (7-111) @ Atlanta, Torry Holt (9-121) and Isaac Bruce (5-102) vs. Detroit, Isaac Bruce (7-100) and Torry Holt (6-102) vs. Washington, Isaac Bruce (9-148) and Steven Jackson (6-102)

CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Games 46 43 26 21 16 15 14 10 9 8 8 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

Player W-L-T Torry Holt ................................................. 27-19 Isaac Bruce .............................................. 22-21 Henry Ellard ............................................. 12-14 Elroy Hirsch................................................12-9 Tom Fears.................................................8-7-1 Bob Boyd................................................... 9-5-1 Jim Phillips.................................................4-9-1 Jack Snow ................................................. 5-4-1 Willie Anderson.............................................4-5 Carroll Dale ..............................................2-5-1 Harold Jackson.............................................5-3 Del Shofner .................................................. 2-6 Tommy McDonald ........................................ 4-2 Bernie Casey............................................. 3-0-2 Ron Jessie ................................................... 5-0 Jim Benton ................................................... 3-1 Marshall Faulk (RB) ..................................... 4-0 Az-Zahir Hakim ............................................ 3-1 Martin McKeever (TE) .................................. 1-3 Preston Dennard .......................................... 1-2 Drew Hill ....................................................... 1-2 Amp Lee (RB) .............................................. 1-2 Bucky Pope .................................................. 1-2 Bob Carey .................................................... 1-1 Robert Delpino (RB) ..................................... 0-2 George Farmer............................................. 0-2 Steven Jackson (RB) ................................. 1-1

Games 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Player W-L-T Eddie Kennison 1-1 Willie Miller ................................................... 1-1 Ricky Proehl ................................................ 2-0 Verda (V. T.) Smith (RB) .............................. 1-1 Billy Truax (TE) ............................................ 2-0 Wendell Tucker ............................................ 2-0 Danario Alexander (WR) ............................ 0-1 Jon Arnett (RB) ............................................ 0-1 Donnie Avery (WR) ...................................... 0-1 Johnny Bailey (RB) ...................................... 0-1 Mike Barber (TE) .......................................... 0-1 Jim Bertlesen (RB) ....................................... 0-1 Ron Brown ................................................... 1-0 Leon Clarke .................................................. 1-0 Mark Clayton (WR) ..................................... 0-1 Aaron Cox .................................................... 1-0 Kevin Curtis .................................................. 1-0 Glen Davis.................................................... 1-0 Troy Drayton (TE) ........................................ 1-0 Pete Holohan (TE) ....................................... 1-0 Tom Keane................................................... 1-0 Lamar Lundy (TE) ........................................ 0-1 Ollie Matson (RB) ......................................... 0-1 Shaun McDonald.......................................... 0-1 Dwight Scales .............................................. 1-0 Bob Shaw ..................................................... 1-0 Clendon Thomas (RB) ................................. 0-1 Billy Waddy .................................................. 1-0

GAMES WITH 300-YARD PASSER, 100-YARD RUSHER, 100-YARD RECEVIER vs. San Francisco, Oct. 23, 1983 @ Detroit, Dec. 6, 1987 @ Denver, Nov. 27, 1988 vs. Atlanta, Oct. 21, 1990 @ Atlanta, Dec. 15, 1996 @ Carolina, Dec. 5, 1999 @ New Orleans, Dec. 12, 1999 vs. San Francisco, Sept. 17, 2000 vs. San Diego, Oct. 1, 2000 vs. Minnesota, Dec. 10, 2000 @ San Francisco, Sept. 23, 2001 vs. Indianapolis, Dec. 30, 2001 @ Arizona, Nov. 23, 2003 @ Houston, Nov. 27, 2005

QB Vince Ferragamo (26-35, 327 yds, 5 TD, 2 Int.); RB Eric Dickerson (25-144); TE Mike Barber (8-113, 1 TD) QB Jim Everett (20-26, 324 yds, 2 TD, 2 Int.); RB Charles White (29-102, 1 TD); WR Henry Ellard (7-171, 1 TD) QB Jim Everett (25-47, 365 yds, 2 TD, 1 Int.); RB Greg Bell (22-112, 1 TD); WR Henry Ellard (11-167, 2 TD) QB Jim Everett (24-38, 302 yds, 3 TD); RB Cleveland Gary (19-102, 2 TD); WR Henry Ellard (6-109, 1 TD) QB Tony Banks (11-16, 304 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int.); RB Lawrence Phillips (22-122, 1 TD); WR Eddie Kennison (5-226, 3 TD) QB Kurt Warner (22-31, 351 yds, 3 TD, 2 Int.); RB Marshall Faulk (22-118); WR Az-Zahir Hakim (4-122, 2 TD); WR Isaac Bruce (6-111) QB Kurt Warner (21-31, 346 yds, 2 TD, 1 Int.); RB Marshall Faulk (29-154, 1 TD); WR Torry Holt (6-112); WR Isaac Bruce (4-102) QB Kurt Warner (23-34, 394 yds, 2 TD, 2 Int.); RB Marshall Faulk (25-134, 3 TD); WR Isaac Bruce (8-188, 1 TD) QB Kurt Warner (30-24, 390, 4 TD); RB Justin Watson (14-102, 1 TD); WR Isaac Bruce (9-167, 2 TD); RB Marshall Faulk (6-116, 2 TD); WR Az-Zahir Hakim (5-104) QB Kurt Warner (27-32, 346 yds); RB Marshall Faulk (25-135, 4 TD); WR Torry Holt (9-172) QB Kurt Warner (24-35, 321 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int.); RB Marshall Faulk (18-105); WR Isaac Bruce (8-144, 1 TD) QB Kurt Warner (23-20, 359 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int.); RB Marshall Faulk (25-118, 3 TD); WR Torry Holt (7-203, 2 TD) QB Marc Bulger (28-44, 329 yds, 1 TD, 4 Int.); RB Marshall Faulk (24-100, 1 TD); WR Torry Holt (9-145) QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (19-30, 310 yards, 1 TD, 3 Int.); RB Steven Jackson (25-110, 1 TD); WR Torry Holt (10-130, 1 TD) QB Marc Bulger (28-38), 388 yards, 4 TD, 0 Int.); RB Steven Jackson (33-150, 1 TD); WR Isaac Bruce (9-148, 1 TD); RB Steven Jackson (6-102, 1 TD)

vs. Washington

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 59 49 48 43

points points points points

41 points 40 points 39 points

(59-0) (56-7) (48-0) (70-27) (45-21) (59-16) (65-24) (55-14) (54-14) (42-3) (45-6)

vs. Atlanta, Dec. 4, 1976 vs. San Francisco, Nov. 9, 1958 @ Baltimore, Sept. 26, 1954 vs. Baltimore, Oct. 22, 1950 vs. Baltimore, Dec. 5, 1953 vs. Atlanta, Nov. 10, 1996 vs. Detroit, Oct. 29, 1950 vs. New York Giants, Nov. 13, 1966 @ New York Yanks, Sept. 28, 1951 @ Philadelphia, Nov. 3, 1975 vs. Seattle, Oct. 31, 1976

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 48 44 47 40 39 38

points points points points points points

36 points 35 points

(48-0) (47-3) (47-0) (47-7) (49-10) (52-14) (44-6) (56-20) (42-6) (42-6) (35-0) (38-3) (35-0) (56-21) (42-7) (49-14)

@ San Francisco, Dec. 27, 1987 @ New York Jets, Nov. 9, 2008 @ Chicago Bears, Nov. 29, 1942 @ Tennessee, Dec. 13, 2009 @ Kansas City, Dec. 8, 2002 vs. Chicago Bears, Oct. 13, 1963 @ Detroit, Oct. 10, 2010 @ Philadelphia, Oct. 8, 1950 @ Pittsburgh, Nov. 3, 1996 vs. Indianapolis, Oct. 25, 2009 @ San Francisco, Oct. 4, 2009 @ Phildelphia, Sept. 7, 2008 @ San Francisco, Oct. 8, 1961 @ Baltimore, Nov. 25, 1956 vs. Green Bay, Nov. 12, 1944 @ New York, Nov. 16, 1941

RAMS FEATURE CLIPS

ST. LOUIS RAMS CLIPS TABLE OF CONTENTS Page “Rams Spagnuolo Will Keep The Faith”/ By Bernie Miklasz…………………………..................................................................................2 STLtoday.com / September 18, 2011 “McDaniels' philosophy: 'I just want to win'”/By Jim Thomas……………………………………………………………………………....4 STLToday.com / September 10, 2011 “Bradford steps into Year 2 ready to go to next level”/By Bryan Burwell…………………………………………………………………...7 STLToday.com / September 10, 2011 “Competitive fires stoke Bradford and rebuilt Rams” / By Pete Prisco…...…………………..……………………………………………11 CBSSports.com / August 8, 2010 “Laurinaitis is a football fiend”/ By Jim Thomas …………...…………………………................................................................................13 STLtoday.com / September 25, 2011 “Burwell: Quinn offered hope in player's time of need” / By Bryan Burwell …………................................................................................16 STLtoday.com / May 1, 2011 “Chris Long leads under-the-radar Rams defense” / By Jim Corbett……......................................................................................................19 USAToday.com/ September 2, 2011 “Bradford credits Feeley for helping him”/By Bill Coats………………………………………………………………………………...…21 STLToday.com / August 25, 2011 “Former Packer Harris has something to prove” / By Jim Thomas ……………………………………………………………...................22 STLtoday.com / August 4, 2011 “Kendricks making quick impact for Rams” / By R.B. Fallstrom…… .........................................................................................................24 BND.com / August 3, 2011 “Rams wasted little time in getting Justin Bannan”/By Jim Thomas………………………………………………………………………..26 STLToday.com / August 11, 2011 “Mikell a big hit with Rams”/By Jim Thomas………………………………………………………………………………………………28 STLToday.com / August 24, 2011 “Williams is solid in Jackson's absence”/By Bill Coats………………………………………………………………………………….…31 STLToday.com / September 12, 2011 “Porter trades in pom-poms for Rams’ special teams”/By Les Carpenter ……………………………………………………………….…33 Yahoo.com / October 21, 2011 “Rams come back to Chamberlain”/By Jim Thomas…………………….……………………………………………………………….…35 STLToday.com/ October 26, 2011

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Rams Spagnuolo Will Keep The Faith BY BERNIE MIKLASZ In the late stages of his team's disappointing 31-13 loss to Philadelphia, Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo was already working on next week's game plan. It began with the effort to restore his players emotionally. Spags moved from player to player on the sideline, offering words of encouragement and a pat on the back. You could see the players nod at the coach in agreement. Some put an arm around him. "I knew there was a teaching moment there," Spagnuolo said Saturday afternoon in his office at Rams Park. "Most of what I was saying was, 'Hey, men, we have a long way to go. It's a marathon, not a sprint. Get your heads up.' I'd like to consider myself to be a teacher. I'm here for them. Not to bang them down and wear them out because I want to show that I'm some kind of tough guy or 'leader.' I don't believe in tearing people down. I'm here to hopefully build something." Spagnuolo believes that it's best to challenge players after they've had time to cool down, and think. In the days after the loss to the Eagles, Spagnuolo's upbeat persona gave way to his more pragmatic side. In reviewing what went wrong against the Eagles, he isolated their mistakes and demanded more attention to detail. "It doesn't accomplish anything to overreact," he said. "I don't think knee-jerk is the way to go. It just shows a lack of composure. After a couple of days, I still jumped them for things that shouldn't have happened." Spagnuolo's patience and power of positive thinking will likely be tested in the coming weeks as the Rams navigate their way through a vicious early-season schedule. Next up: Monday night's game in New Jersey against the New York Giants. Whether the Rams win or lose, you can count on Spagnuolo to keep his head together. That consistency is a reason why players appreciate playing for Spagnuolo. Coaches tend to be insecure. The pressure, the losing, can drive them crazy. When things get nasty, you'll see coaches try to score points with the media and fans by berating players publicly. These diatribes are entertaining, but they tend to damage the trust between player and coach. Rams players know that Spagnuolo will have their back. He won't sell them out to redirect the heat away from him. If he's upset, he'll deal with his guys privately, and his criticism is almost always constructive. So where does this come from? Why does Steve Spagnuolo strive to see the best in people when it would be so much easier to wallow in negativity and misery? Faith is an important component of Spagnuolo's life. Faith formed much of the foundation of his marriage to wife Maria. Faith is the fabric that holds everything together, including his positive coaching philosophy. "Faith is huge to me," Spagnuolo said. "There is no conceivable way that I should be sitting where I am. There's only one reason that I'm here, it's because God wanted me here." And to understand why Spagnuolo considers it something of a miracle to be sitting there in his office on this gray Saturday, preparing for the Giants, you have to go back to a warm summer night in 1980, when he was 20. It was July 8, the evening of the annual MLB All-Star Game. Spagnuolo, living in Grafton, Mass., made plans to go watch the game with his best friends Richie Vacca, Jackie Herbst and Craig LeClaire at a local hangout. At the family dinner table, Steve's mom, Carol Spagnuolo, asked him to reconsider. Her father — his Grandpa Leo — wanted to come over and watch the game with Steve. Spagnuolo initially resisted. But he remembered a conversation with his girlfriend after the death of her grandfather. She told Steve to appreciate opportunities to be with Grandpa Leo while he still had the chance. And so the young Spags called his friends, told them to go on without him. He stayed home to watch the All-Star Game with Grandpa Leo.

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At 7 a.m. the next morning the phone rang. Richie, Jackie and Craig never made it home. After midnight, their car had swerved into an oncoming tractor trailer, and all three were killed in a horrific head-on collision. "I should have been in that car," Spagnuolo said. "I shouldn't be here. Someone, for whatever reason, watched over me. There are no normal reasons why I should have been in New York and won a Super Bowl in my first year with the Giants (as defensive coordinator.) Or why I should be the head coach of this team. "When I have doubts in my mind, I go back and say 'Wait a minute, I know God has got me here for a reason.' And I don't believe He'd set me up to fail, because look at what all that He has done for me.' So it gives me strength." And it keeps Spags positive, too. That wasn't always the case. The shocking death of his friends actually pushed Spagnuolo away from his faith. "I was pretty young, confused, searching for answers," he said. "And I remember thinking about why my life was saved that night. And why my friends died. I have to tell you I had a dark period for eight, nine years after that. "I was always thinking, you know, 'How could You let that happen to my three friends? There must not be a God.' I was lost for a while. But there were people in my life who kept knocking on the door. They weren't going to let me stay in that place. Finally, I began to come around, and I grew." Spagnuolo is grateful to Leslie Frazier, now the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. As assistants on Andy Reid's staff in Philadelphia they shared an office. Frazier, a devout Christian, helped Spagnuolo clear his head during long talks at night, after the football work was done for the day. Frazier helped revive Spagnuolo, spiritually. And when Maria came into his life, Spanguolo was rescued completely. "My wife is so unique and special," he said. "She never has a weak moment. She is an amazing person. I believe the reason she is like that is because she has Christ in her. That's where I think it comes from. I'm not always like that. I fail all of the time. But she has it. And how lucky I am to have someone with me like that every day." During quiet moments, Spagnuolo will occasionally think about his three friends, Grandpa Leo, and the twist of fate that eventually led him on a path to become head coach of the Rams. "When we leave our high school years, and go away to college, you probably end up with only two or three really close friends in life from that time," he said. "And three of mine were just wiped out. So there was a big void there. I think about it a lot on the anniversary." Richie, Jackie and Craig died on July 9, 1980. Steve and Maria Spagnuolo were married at the Vatican in Rome in a small, quiet ceremony on July 9, 2005. "We didn't plan it that way," he said. "But it's a good thing. It really is a good thing."

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McDaniels' philosophy: 'I just want to win' BY JIM THOMAS Josh McDaniels grew up in a football town, in a football family and the son of a football coach. And all the stories surrounding that are true. By age 4 he was attending two-a-days to watch his dad's high school team. By age 10 he was scouting games with his father. He got a football for Christmas every year, and slept with a football every night well into his teen-age years. He'd wrap the footballs in a towel to keep them warm; it helped keep them properly inflated. When it was story time, his grandmother pulled out the NFL Football Encyclopedia and read to him. "I still have that book," McDaniels said. "I had asthma, so I was sick a little bit more than most kids. So my grandmother spent a little bit more time with me. My parents spent a lot of time with me." Anybody who knows anything about Ohio high school football knows who Josh's father is — Thom McDaniels. From 1982-97, the elder McDaniels went 134-42 at powerhouse McKinley High in Canton, winning a state title. He later coached Maurice Clarett at Harding High. In a twist of fate, he's now an assistant coach at McKinley's archrival — Massillon High. "He's gone over to the dark side," McDaniels said, laughing. With all that in his background, was there any other way for Josh McDaniels to go career-wise than coaching football? "I was around it a lot," said McDaniels, who eventually played quarterback for his father at McKinley. "Got to go to practice. Got to go to the games. Got to be in the locker room. See all the inner-workings of a football program. And just kind of fell in love with it. " I didn't have any idea I would do it at the NFL. Never really thought about that till I had the opportunity to latch on with New England. But I just wanted to be involved in the game because I think it's great. I think it was a great way for me to grow up" So, long before McDaniels was a graduate assistant under Nick Saban at Michigan State, or was hired by Bill Belichick in New England, or learned the Patriots' offense from Charlie Weis, he learned football from his father. And Thom McDaniels wasn't just a football coach, he was a football junkie. He attended a clinic almost every weekend throughout the winter. Every spring he'd make a couple of visits to a college campus, where he'd watch practice and study film. Legendary Michigan coach Bo Schembechler was a big influence; so was former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel. "Maryland, West Virginia, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Minnesota," Thom McDaniels said. "I've gone all over the place to get answers and to learn more about whatever phase of the game I had an interest in at that time.". At first it may have come more by osmosis, but young Josh McDaniels was the beneficiary of all that football exposure and knowledge. He couldn't help but have a higher football IQ than many of his peers, be it in high school or as a quarterback-turned-wide receiver at John Carroll University in suburban Cleveland. (One of McDaniels' college teammates was London Fletcher, the former Rams linebacker now with Washington.) Who knows what McDaniels would be doing now if his father were ... an insurance salesman. "I don't know," he said. "I always felt when I was younger that I learned more from being around football stuff than I did in any class I ever took or any year of schooling that I was ever involved in. Because you get to learn about adversity and teamwork and leadership and working with people." UP THE COACHING LADDER McDaniels had barely gotten his feet wet in coaching, when he found himself out on the street. Saban left Michigan State for Louisiana State following the 1999 season, and in the aftermath McDaniels was out of a job. He didn't have to sell insurance; just scrap plastic. "We'd bring it in, melt it down, and sell it," McDaniels said. Brian Daboll, currently the Miami Dolphins' offensive coordinator, helped get McDaniels out of plastics. Daboll had been on that Michigan State staff in '99, was with New England in 2000, and helped hook McDaniels up with the Patriots.

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McDaniels interviewed with Belichick and Patriots executive Scott Pioli in February 2001. His first day on the job came later that month at the NFL scouting combine. He split his time doing grunt work for Pioli in the front office and grunt work for Belichick and the coaching staff. "They put me in charge of breaking down all the film for the Patriots' defense to study," McDaniels said. "So I was breaking down the offenses that we were playing. That was when I got to see St. Louis in depth that year because we played them in the regular season, then we also played them in the Super Bowl. It was kind of a neat deal because you got to see all the things Mike (Martz) was doing." As stunning as the Patriots' Super Bowl victory was over the Rams, Martz said after the regular-season victory at Foxborough 2½ months earlier that the Patriots were good enough to reach the Super Bowl. "I remember that game," McDaniels said. "We blitzed a ton. It was like 55 blitzes, and I don't think we got to Kurt (Warner) once. It was close — 24-17 or something like that. But we weren't quite good enough at that point. We were getting better." (Actually, the Patriots did sack Warner once in a game where he threw 41 times for 401 yards and three touchdowns.) Next came two years as a defensive assistant. "Those two years, where I was actually in the (meeting) room on the defense side, were totally invaluable to me because I got to spent every day with Romeo Crennel, Eric Mangini, Rob Ryan, Pepper Johnson, and Bill." In '04, Belichick switched him to quarterbacks coach, and in '05 after offensive coordinator Charlie Weis left to become head coach at Notre Dame, McDaniels began calling plays. At age 29. He wasn't officially given the title of offensive coordinator until the following season. It was a meteoric rise up the coaching ranks, and one that didn't stop there. Following the 2008 season, he was hired as head coach of the Denver Broncos. At age 32. Maybe it was a case of too much too fast, because McDaniels crashed and burned in the Mile High City. After a 6-0 start in '09, the Broncos lost 17 of their next 22 games. Little more than a week after it was discovered that the Broncos had illegally taped a San Francisco walk-through practice prior to a game in London, McDaniels was fired with four games left in the 2010 season. He wasn't unemployed long. REVIVING AN OFFENSE For McDaniels, Denver already seems a long way off. He likes being back in the Midwest, and seems relaxed entering his first season as Rams offensive coordinator. He has a No. 1 overall draft pick at quarterback in Sam Bradford and a two-time Pro Bowl running back in Steven Jackson. But there are question marks in a revamped receiver corps, and the offensive line must show improvement. The Rams drafted a tight end and two wide receivers; in free agency they signed a wide receiver, a right guard and a pair of backup running backs. But really, the team's biggest offseason acquisition was McDaniels. "Bar none, he's one of the best coordinators in the business," said defensive tackle Justin Bannan, who came to the Rams via free agency from Denver. "This guy knows football like no other. He knows the offensive side, and he knows the defensive side. He knows football pretty much better than anyone I've ever seen, so as far as an offensive coordinator you're getting a guy that's a complete student of the game. That knows the game, and knows how to attack weaknesses." The Rams averaged only 18 points a game last season, tied for 26th in the league. To be a legitimate playoff team, they need another touchdown a game. Where does McDaniels find it? "Whenever you go back and look at your team from the last year, there's always things that you see and you say, 'You know what, we've got to improve in these areas,' " McDaniels said. "There's usually a lot of 'em." MISCONCEPTIONS The challenge is identifying the best ways to improve in those areas, and hope that those improvements make you more efficient, more explosive, more productive. Which all sounds pretty basic. On the other hand, trying to pigeon-hole McDaniels' offensive philosophy is trickier. In fact, since he arrived in St. Louis a couple of misconceptions already have sprung up. Namely: 1.) He loves throwing to tight ends.

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Not really. During four seasons calling plays in New England and two years doing so as Denver's head coach, McDaniels had a tight end catch more than 36 passes only once. In comparison, last year's top tight end in St. Louis (Daniel Fells, now with the Broncos) had 41 catches. As a unit, Rams tight ends caught 70 passes for 697 yards and seven TDs last season. In his six seasons calling plays, McDaniels' tight end units topped 70 receptions only once, had more than 697 yards only twice, and combined for more than seven TDs only twice. 2.) McDaniels is all about the passing game. Not necessarily. Although he's never had a 1,000-yard rusher in New England or Denver, the Patriots finished sixth in rushing offense in 2008, 12th in '06, and 13th in '07. So in three of those six seasons, McDaniels-coached offenses finished in the top half of the league in rushing. They weren't far away from that in 2009, either, when the Broncos finished 18th. So what is his offensive philosophy? "First of all, I just want to win," he said. "That sounds simple, but sometimes I think that means we've got to do what's necessary that week against that team. Sometimes it may be asked of us to play faster and be no-huddle because that's the best thing for that game. Other times it may be run the ball a whole bunch — maybe more than normal because that's the best way to play 'em. "The way that I would describe it is we want to try to use the people in our room to give ourselves the best chance to succeed. So if the tight ends warrant us throwing them the ball a whole bunch because they're that good in the passing game, then that's what we should do. "And if we have a great running back — which I think we do here — then he deserves to touch the ball a certain number of times every week. If the quarterback plays better in the shotgun, then we'll be in the shotgun more. The receivers, if we're better out of a bunch formation than we are in a spread formation, then we should be in a bunch formation." TAKING IT WEEK TO WEEK So take the notion of being flexible using offensive personnel. Couple that with the idea of attacking specific weaknesses of the opposing defense each week. And you have the two basic tenets of the McDaniels' system. In that sense, it's a week-to-week proposition "Largely our concepts and our protections, and what runs we want to run, those will stay fairly the same," McDaniels said. "It's just how you place your guys in the best position to succeed against that defense. That to me is what changes on a weekly basis. "Our guys have been great in training camp because we've tried to simulate that a little bit. Each day has not been, all right, we're running the same things we did yesterday. It's been, here's the new stuff, let's learn it, let's go out and execute it well. We've tried to get them into that frame of mind because that's kind of how we hope to play when we go from week to week." The seeds of that approach were sewn with his father back in Canton. "We were taught to be analytical and we were taught to understand what it is that defenses are trying to accomplish with that front and that coverage and so forth," Thom McDaniels said. "Because everything has a weakness. Everything has a strength. And if we understand the strength and understand the weakness, then we'll attempt to expose the weakness and to attack the weakness to the extent that we can. We'll manipulate the defense if that's possible." Those two early years spent as a defensive assistant in New England were invaluable as well. "We were trying to figure out how to beat other team's offenses, and how our rules worked against certain people," McDaniels said. "When I did transfer over (to offense), a lot of that information has really shaped how I do things on offense." Because of the lockout, McDaniels has had only five weeks to figure out what the Rams's offensive players can and can't do. And if your players aren't good enough, there's nothing in the playbook that can help. And certainly nothing in the NFL Football Encyclopedia, either.

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Bradford steps into Year 2 ready to go to next level BY BRYAN BURWELL The making of an NFL quarterback is a fascinating process. A year ago at this time, the pro football world was awaiting confirmation that Sam Bradford was as good as advertised. He was the No.1 pick in the NFL Draft, and he was in the early stages of learning his craft. Surrounded by teachers who were trying to teach him new techniques and an entirely new football language — not to mention dealing with the scrutiny of teammates and legions of hard-bitten pro football wise guys who are not easily impressed — young Mr. Bradford passed with flying colors. He was the NFL's offensive rookie of the year. He set an NFL rookie record for most consecutive passes thrown without an interception. He opened eyes and removed all doubt about his ability to hold up under the physical pounding at this level. Yet now we are on the verge of his second season in the NFL as the Rams starting QB, and the same eyes are on him again. Since we live in a "what have you done for me lately" world in pro sports, we have to pay close attention to these things. So consider this the Bradford Update 2011: The kid isn't a kid anymore, and he's dead set on getting better. The throws are getting better. His command of Josh McDaniels' new offense is shockingly good and his willingness to assume leadership of this team — his team — is now complete. And just in case you were wondering, he is not looking for modest, incremental improvement for the Rams. He's convinced the Rams can win the Super Bowl. Not in the future, people. He's talking about right here, right now. When asked what his goals were for this season recently, Bradford didn't play coy. "A trophy," he said with a glimmer in his eyes. As in the tall, sterling silver Lombardi Trophy? "Uh huh," he said, smiling even more. "Why else are we in this business?" This came up a lot during the summer as Bradford sat with all the national football writers who came to camp ready to praise Bradford and the Rams for last year's 7-9 season. And every time that happened, Bradford got angry. He told them he did not come to St. Louis with the intent of being average. He came here for the same reason he went to Oklahoma. It's the same reason he used to give his best childhood friend the silent treatment when as 11-year-olds they were playing childhood games in the summer sun. If they're keeping score, Bradford wants to win. "That was my whole point in getting angry with those (reporters)," Bradford said. "Every time I was asked (if he was pleased with last season), I was thinking who in their right mind sets out to go 7-9? If you do that, that is so far from the right mind set that you're almost like not even allowing yourself the chance to succeed. ... It's a joke really." There is nothing in Bradford's competitive DNA that suggests he wants to do anything modestly on the field of play. GROWING UP BRADFORD "I hate to lose," Bradford says, almost embarrassed. "I reallllllly hate to lose." He chuckles when he says this then drops his head in mock shame when asked how competitive he was growing up. "There were a lot of stories, lots of 'em," he says. He recalls the time when he was 11 years old and he and his best friend would get dropped off at a local golf course. The day would start of innocently enough with a bucket of balls on the driving range and maybe a dip in the swimming pool. "But as soon as we got on the golf course, right after the first or second hole, everything changed," Bradford says. "As soon as someone took a one-stroke lead, we stopped being friends. For the next 17 holes, we didn't say a word to each other. It was just bearing down and trying to beat the other guy.

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"If you hit a good shot, I didn't expect to hear anything from him and he didn't expect to hear anything from me, because it wasn't coming," he says now. "I wanted to beat him and he wanted to beat me and it was just put your head down, make your shots and do whatever you could to get in the other guy's head." The little boys were grinding it out and even after the round was complete — win, lose or draw — the competitive fire did not extinguish for an hour or so after they finished playing. "We'd be sitting in the kitchen at my house and my mom would make us sandwiches for lunch and that's when we remembered we were friends again," Bradford says. "It was bad. We wouldn't calm down until she handed us our lunch. And then a day later we were back at it again. It really was bad." Even now, a decade later, though, Bradford didn't really act like it was all that bad. In fact, as he tells the story, it sounds like this is a competitive badge of honor, particularly when he explains that he can't really think of a circumstance growing up where he would cut a friend or family member a break on the field of play. "Oh no," he laughs. "I would never let anyone win." 'HE'S OUR LEADER' There were plenty of challenges for the rookie quarterback last year, but there are just as many for the second-year QB, too. There is another new playbook to devour, another offensive coordinator to tutor him on the finer points of the job, another season full of expectations to fulfill. But the one thing that we have already learned about Bradford is this: the questions no longer revolve around if he is up to the task, only when he will blossom fully as one of those once-in-a-generation franchise quarterbacks who can lead a team to championship prosperity. "You know it's crazy to think of him only in his second year," nine-year veteran offensive lineman Adam Goldberg said. "I don't even think of him as a young guy anymore. He's our leader and we do what he tells us to do. You know sometimes when you test things that are not proven, like a rookie, you just keep putting more on their plate to see how they handle it? You start off small, then you keep on piling more and more stuff on their plate." Goldberg is one of those people who enjoys sizing people up. He carefully observed every subtle and not-so-subtle thing that Bradford was confronted with, and came away distinctly impressed. He was waiting to see if the burdens that were being piled on the kid would buckle him even in the slightest way. "But with Sam," said Goldberg, "the more stuff you add, he seems to get more comfortable. It's like you're just giving him another tool in his tool belt." The first challenge he faced for his sophomore season was the labor lockout that kept the players away from coaching and supervised mini-camps and organized off-season team activities. That meant that there would be no intense instruction from coaches on McDaniels' new offensive system. But before the lockout began, Bradford received a playbook from McDaniels and on his own took a crash course in learning every detail of the thick playbook. TAKING CHARGE As the lockout dragged on, the players got together for several unsupervised workouts. As the Rams players traveled around the country conducting off-season workouts from St. Louis to Norman, from Houston to Phoenix, Bradford's teammates began to notice that the quiet and reserved rookie had vanished. It was more than just his outspoken demeanor, though, that was different. It was his complete command of his environment. There were veterans and rookies at these lockout workouts with a new playbook and no coaches there to explain it to them. There were no coaches around to make sure that these makeshift OTA's and mini-camps had the same sense of urgency that supervised workouts would have provided. They had no coaches, but they had Bradford, and that was more than enough. "We knew that we were going in the right direction with Sam this summer," said Mardy Gilyard, the second-year wide receiver who was recently cut. "Sam was some of everybody. He went from being Coach Spags to Mickey D (McDaniels) to being (receivers coach Nolan) Cromwell. He was whoever we needed him to be. He took the tight ends to the side and 'Hey we need to run it this way.' He took our wide receivers aside and said 'Hey we need this (pattern) run here, and we need this (pattern) run there. We need you to break it off at this

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point, not this point. Do this, do that.' Sam knew exactly how he wanted everything run. And for all this (offensive system) being so brand new, we were all looking at Sam like 'Damned man, you really know it.'" And then Gilyard smiled like he had just discovered a wonderful secret, which of course he actually had. "That's exactly what we need in our starting quarterback," Gilyard said. "You would have thought Sam has been in this league for 10 years by the way he took control of everything." THE GROWTH PROCESS A year ago, he wouldn't have been able to do this. At least that's what Bradford thought. He did not want to be viewed as a cocky rookie who came in with no pelts on the wall expecting people to follow him simply because he was the No.1 draft pick. "I think there were a couple of times (last year) where I shied away or looked for someone else to say something just because I felt, you know, who am I to say something?" Bradford admitted. "As the season went on, I probably felt like in the back of my head, yeah I could have said something. But at the same time I was still not trying to step on toes, and not be that guy where everyone looked at and said, 'What do you know rookie?'" That attitude was not only noticed, but appreciated by veterans like cornerback Ron Bartell. "You definitely appreciate somebody who comes in humble, and willing to learn, willing to listen, especially with the amount of money these guys are being paid nowadays. So it was refreshing to see that. But this football team is going to go as far as he takes us. It's his team. We all recognize that. He's the No.1 overall pick. He did a lot of great things last year. This is his football team. We make no bones about that." But based on the way he played as a rookie, I asked Bradford if he really thought anyone would have raised an eyebrow if he had spoken up more often. "I don't know," he said. This wasn't false modesty. It was the sensible, even-headed manner of a young man who was smart enough to know that leadership is not something you grab, it is something you earn. "Looking back at the beginning of the year, I still had to prove myself," Bradford said. "Now by the end of the year, I did become more vocal. But for most of the time last year, I was still trying to figure out what I was doing. I didn't have time to worry what everyone else was doing. When we were watching film, I was still trying to figure out where I was going to go with the ball. I wasn't trying to harp on people about being a yard short or a yard deep on a pass route. I was just trying to figure out what the defense is doing and what am I going to do. This year I am more comfortable with everything, so I am able to do more than concentrate on my own situation." THE COMPETITIVE FIRE That comfort level with assuming the outspoken leadership role is one of the many things that immediately struck McDaniels as he observed his young quarterback. "That's been really an exciting thing for me to see," says McDaniels. "He is a little bit more reserved in certain settings. But I think that's because he's paying great attention to all the little details and all the coaching points. "But the other night for example (before the pre-season game) in Kansas City, we made one mistake in pregame. We were running our 7on-7s and somebody was misaligned, and he grabbed the skill group right there and just lit into 'em, you know, in a positive way about, 'there's no room for that.' I think that he shows that fire and that intensity specifically on game day. And I think the more comfortable he gets in our offense this year with the guys he's playing with in the huddle, I think you'll see that on a more continual basis. It's there and he shows it. He has a great sense for the right timing for it, too." There have been several revealing moments over the past year where Bradford has exhibited that competitive fire. There were two games last year where coach Steve Spagnuolo wanted to take Bradford out of the game, once when the head coach was trying to protect the kid from getting battered by the defense and once when the coach thought the kid wasn't playing well. Both times Bradford barked back at Spags and refused to come out. It was not a rebellious move. It was a leadership move. Bradford believed that a bad message would be sent to his teammates if the coach ever took him out of a game for any reason other than injury. He didn't care if he was getting beat up. So were his teammates. He didn't care if he was struggling. He would find a way to rebound and give his team its best chance to win.

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Those were eye-opening moments that showed that Bradford was finding his leadership voice. "When Sam talks it's not for just any reason," says receiver Danny Amendola. "It's because he has something to say. He's going to be one of the great ones. He knows how to get it done."

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Competitive fires stoke Bradford and rebuilt Rams BY PETE PRISCO Sitting in a chair inside an office at the St. Louis Rams' facility during a recent interview, Sam Bradford was about as cool as he looks on the field. He was polite. He was courteous. He was thoughtful. But then I made the tactical error of bringing up the team's expectations after the Rams' surprising 7-9 record in 2010, a season that saw Bradford, the top pick in the draft last year, show that he has the tools to be a top-tier quarterback. The Rams were a game away from winning the NFC West after going 1-15 in 2009, so the natural assumption is that it was a good year, including the surprise push for a playoff berth. Don't dare say that to Bradford. "It bugs me when people like you say our expectations are higher now," Bradford said. "For most people, their expectations for this team are middle of the road. That just bugs me. If guys in this building ever start to believe in people's expectations, than we are in trouble. Our expectations are way up there. If we don't get there, we should be mad. We should be pissed off. Last year, for example, we were a game from the playoffs. And I heard more people say we had a good year. I'm like, 'Are you kidding me?' We didn't make the playoffs. We didn't win a playoff game. We didn't make the Super Bowl. You're telling us we had a great year?" That's who Sam Bradford is as a competitor. He doesn't play anything or do anything to finish second. "My expectations are for us to make the playoffs and win the Super Bowl," Bradford said. "If you don't think that way, you just settle. That's the worst thing in the world. If I came out and said last year that if we could just win four games it would have been awesome, that's terrible. Who wants to be 4-12? Why ever set expectations like that. It blows my mind." It's that way wherever he competes. Take the ping-pong table. He is the best on the team. But receiver Danny Amendola beats him now and then, and Amendola said it drives Bradford crazy. "I let him know all about it," Amendola said. "He beats me more than I beat him, so I have to get on him when I do win. He doesn't like it." It's that drive and determination that helps feed this young team. If they see their second-year quarterback with that much drive, it has to rub off. "He wants to be the best at ping-pong, he wants to be the best at pool, he wants to be the best at everything," Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis said. "That's the way he is. When your quarterback is that way, guys look to that. That's what's so special about him. "He wants to be the best quarterback. No matter how much money you give him. No matter how high the expectations, nothing will change. His goal is being the best. He's very motivated. He's very competitive." In his first season, Bradford threw for 3,512 yards and had 18 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions. It was an impressive rookie season, one that made Bradford look at times like he's been doing it for a long time. That was on the outside. On the inside, it was a different story. "I was trying to figure out what went along with playing the position," Bradford said. "Kind of doing it on the fly." Bradford said early in his rookie season he would rarely get past the second read. By midseason, he was getting to third and fourth reads. That inability to go through his progressions led to what some said was too much checking down. Bradford's yards-per-attempt average was 6.0 yards, which was lowest among starting quarterbacks -- except fellow rookie Jimmy Clausen of Carolina. That led to the notion that Bradford wouldn't take chance throws. He doesn't like that perception. "I wouldn't say chance, I wouldn't say risky," Bradford said. "I feel as a second-year quarterback now it's a lot easier to go through my progressions. Last year, for the most part, especially early, I'm going to one and two and if it's not there I'm going to throw it away or check it down. Once you feel comfortable in going through the progressions that's where I guess what can appear to be riskier throws happen. They're really not. They're just taking what the defense gives you." Bradford now has to learn a new offense for the second consecutive year. Just as he got settled into the offense run by Pat Shurmur, the Browns hired Shurmur away to be their head coach. Josh McDaniels replaced him. McDaniels was fired as coach of the Denver Broncos, but he brings a reputation as a good offensive mind. The new offense will have more formations. It will have more throws down the field -- be more wide open.

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And Bradford loves learning a new system all over again. That's the competitor in him. "Any quarterback would be crazy to tell you they wouldn't be excited to play with Josh," Bradford said. "The challenge of learning another new offense is what makes it fun. It's not like it's something I've been doing for 12 years and it's repetitive and boring. I'm not tired of doing the same things every day. It's something new. Every day is a challenge. Every day I feel I am getting better. Every day out there I am getting more confident." Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said the offense will be made up of 60 percent of what McDaniels brings and 40 percent of what Bradford did well last season. "I enjoy watching the interaction between Josh and Sam and seeing how intense Sam is at getting everything down perfect," Spagnuolo said. "That's who he is. I can see that he is very determined and motivated to be perfect in this thing. That's the guy. He's motivated to run this offense better than anybody who has run it." In case anybody's wondering, a guy named Tom Brady ran the same offense. Bradford has a long way to get to that. But he's off to a good start. Just don't tell him that. There's so much more to do -- and this is one quarterback that doesn't seem as if he will ever be content with what he's already done.

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Rams' Laurinatis is a football fiend BY JIM THOMAS Defensive end Chris Long already had a year under his belt in the NFL when the Rams selected Ohio State linebacker James Laurinaitis in the second-round of the 2009 draft. So on a Rams roster that has seen massive turnover under general manager Billy Devaney and coach Steve Spagnuolo, he has insights on Laurinaitis like few others on the team. For example: "He has this red sweater vest that he wears so he can look like Coach (Jim) Tressel," Long said. "One time I went over to his house unexpectedly. I opened the door and he was just sitting there in his red sweater vest. He was watching old Ohio State tape." Or: "He's a prototypical linebacker. I think he would eat a football if he could. I think he would actually try to eat a football if he could." And: "It's football, football, football with him. Sometimes I come down here at 10 at night (to Rams Park) and have to pull him out of a meeting room. He's just watching film, and he's wearing his Ohio State sweat suit." OK, only one of these statements by Long about Laurinaitis is false. "I do not have a sweater vest, no," Laurinaitis said. "I will deny that." As for eating a football, well, "I think he's right," Laurinaitis said. "If football was edible ... You know, it is a huge part of my makeup. I'm not ashamed of that." He has had this love of football for just about as long as he can remember. And once the season starts, there's little else in his life except for his two rottweiler dogs and the occasional video game. Otherwise, as Long says, it's football, football, football. Laurinaitis has loved the game for just about as long as he can remember. From his days playing little league football with his father former famed pro wrestler James "The Animal" Laurinaitis - as his coach. To his time as Minnesota's "Defensive Mr. Football" at Wayzata High in Plymouth, Minn. And to his highly decorated tenure at Ohio State, where among other laurels he was an All-American and winner of the Butkus Award as college football's best linebacker. The perfectionist "I'm a perfectionist by nature," Laurinaitis said, which means he's never truly satisfied. "That's just how I've been raised. That's the way my dad was. My dad told me a long time ago, the day you feel like you know everything or you're too good for everything, why don't you just give it up? Because your motivation's going to go right downhill. It's kind of woven into me." What better person then, to man the key middle linebacker - or MIKE - position in the Steve Spagnuolo defense in St. Louis? "He's an elite guy on the work-ethic scope," Spagnuolo said. "He's a gym rat. You'd have to ask him, but I don't think there's any other place he'd like to be, or there can't be many other places he'd rather be, than over here working on his trade and his career. And he takes it real serious, which is a good thing to have at that position." It's not that the Rams, or any other NFL team for that matter, don't have a lot of players who take their craft seriously and put in the time to study film, get treatment or whatever else it takes to get better. But as the middle 'backer in the Spagnuolo system, Laurinaitis has to make all kinds of calls to get the front seven lined up before the ball is snapped. And from the start of his rookie season in 2009, Laurinaitis accepted that challenge.

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"As the MIKE, you feel like you have to be the most prepared out of everybody," Laurinaitis said. "We have a lot of smart players on this defense, but if your MIKE 'backer is screwing up, then everybody else, they don't trust you to make checks when you really need to. So you have to be on point." So he bought a laptop and had it rigged like the coaches' computers by Larry Clerico, who heads the Rams' video operations department. In other words, loaded with film of that week's opponent, so Laurinaitis could take his work home with him. On Tuesday night, the eve of the first practice day of the week, he studies the opponents' running plays and play-action stuff, because that's what the defense will practice against on Wednesday. On Wednesday night, he looks at third-down plays, short-yardage, and goal-line stuff, because that's what the Rams practice against on Thursday. Thursday night, he's all over the red zone stuff, again, because that what goes on during Friday's practice. "I like to stay a day ahead," he said. "Being in Year 3 now, I can kind of start to predict what calls we'll have in for base defenses before we even get the game plan stuff." QB of the defense When it comes to the mental aspect of the defense, and a total understanding of what is widely believed to be a complex scheme, Spagnuolo has seen the growth in Laurinaitis even though it's still early in his NFL career. "He's getting to that point where he'll come over in the middle of the game and say, ‘Hey, they're doing this. They're saying this. Should we go to that?'" Spagnuolo said. "He's thinking further ahead than you would as a player, because he knows. Part of it's him and I getting used to each other. He kind of knows what I might want to do or might want to change, and that comes with - how many games have we been together - 34 games? So he's getting to not quite a graduate school level, but he's in his senior year." The results might not be showing up yet in the won-loss column, or even in the overall play of the defense. But Laurinaitis' impact on the defense is tangible. Former longtime NFL coach Rick Venturi knows as much about linebacker play as just about anyone, and he sees it every game from Laurinaitis. "I think he's playing tremendous," said Venturi, now a radio show co-host and football analyst for WXOS (101.1 FM) in St. Louis. "It's a little bit overshadowed by the lack of (team) success. I mean, he's checking the defense, he's getting guys in the right spot. He looks like he's played for 10 years out there. He knows the system. His leadership presence - you can just feel it. I've coached defense all my life. I mean he's got it." If you watch Laurinaitis before the snap, he looks almost like a quarterback at the line of scrimmage. He's barking out calls, making hand signals, getting players lined up. Sometimes, just like a Peyton Manning, they are dummy calls, or false signals just to throw off the opposing offense. And sometimes, they are "double calls," similar to an audible or a "check-with me" call by a QB. "There are so many different parts to our defense," Long said. "It's really a layered-type thing. And he's got to make all those calls, down to where we line up sometimes. A lot is asked of him, and I think he does a great job with it. We try to help him the best we can, but he really does run the show." A COLLISION SPORT Now the mental part is very important to the ultimate success of the defense from play to play. But at the end of the day, it's a collision sport, especially at the middle linebacker position. "I don't know that our system functions very well if that person (middle linebacker) can't do the cerebral part of it," Spagnuolo said. "But the one thing I always talk to him about is don't let it become a - it's not a basketball game, it's not chess. It's still football. So once you get

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the mental part done before the ball is snapped, just remember that the game is a physical game and it's about hitting people. It's not about out-thinking them, so he's kind of adopted that." Laurinaitis has taken those words to heart. In the offseason, he worked on improving his quickness and explosiveness. That has helped his range, making him more of a sideline-to-sideline player. His coverage skills never were bad, but they have improved from his rookie season. And the physical part of his game is there, too. "He's a downhill, physical player, who plays really hard," coach John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens said. "He is solid across the board, run and pass. One of the premier linebackers. I think he's going to be in the Pro Bowl soon enough." So even with the pre-eminent inside linebacker of this era coming to the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday, Ray Lewis of the Ravens, keep an eye on Laurinaitis of the Rams. He'll be the one wearing jersey No. 55 - not a red sweater vest.

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Burwell: Quinn offered hope in player's time of need BY BRYAN BURWELL Nancy Butters doesn't know all that much about football, but she sure knows plenty about people. Butters is a social worker at Duke University's Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center, and you can learn a lot about people when you spend your working hours dealing in the incomprehensible sadness and uncommon inspiration inside a hospital pediatric ward. This is where Butters first set eyes on a 19-year-old Robert Quinn sitting amidst a room full of kids his age and much younger. Some of the children in the room were laying in beds with IV needles in their arms. Many were frail and bald, barely clinging to life. But there was nothing frail about Quinn. He was a well-muscled football player, not a terminal cancer patient. It was the fall of 2009, two years before the talented University of North Carolina pass rusher would become the first-round draft pick of the St. Louis Rams. Here he was, two years removed from being told rather clinically that he had a tumor growing in his head and that soon he potentially could end up brain dead. "The nurse told me that, then made this very dramatic walk out the room," Quinn remembered. "It was kind of like that Boobie Miles moment (in the movie "Friday Night Lights") when they told him he would never play football again. I looked at my mom and just lost it." But Quinn was one of those medical miracles Nancy Butters prays for every day. He was lucky because the doctors not only discovered that his tumor was benign, soon after an operation to shrink the tumor and reduce the swelling to his brain, Quinn was back playing sports and on his way to becoming a scholarship athlete and a future NFL first-round draft pick. And now here he was at the hospital — at her request by the way — trying to provide some inspiration for another young football player named Lavelle Sloan, who had recently learned that he too had a tumor lodged on his brain. "It was the most amazing thing," Butters said. "Think about it for a moment. It can't be the easiest thing in the world for a kid that young to have survived something like this like Robert had. And you could understand completely if the last thing he wanted to do would be to go into an environment where everyone around him was acting as a reminder of what he'd gotten through. It could have been the last thing he wanted to see or do. But here he was walking right into this ward with kids taking (chemotherapy), and he handled it wonderfully." Before you start questioning what sort of character the Rams may have drafted with the No. 14 selection in the first round, you might want to check in with Nancy Butters. You have heard the stories about the kid being permanently expelled from NCAA competition for accepting "illegal benefits" from an unscrupulous South Florida jeweler, and maybe you're wondering if the Rams have brought some sort of unsavory scoundrel to Rams Park. If you feel that way, ask Butters what she thinks. She can't stop finding fine things to say about Robert Quinn. "I was sitting there watching him get drafted (Thursday) night and I can't tell you how good that made me feel," she. "I know all the things that were said about him and the trouble he got in with the NCAA, but the Robert I know is a fine young man. ... If you know what I know, you'd understand exactly why I feel this way." A time of hope So what does she know that you don't know? This is not the sort of thing you will find on his football curriculum vitae. The story begins in May, 2009, in a small North Carolina town of Spring Lake when a 5-foot-5, 170-pound running back at Pine Forest High School near Fayetteville named Lavelle Sloan was rushed to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center with blurred vision, severe headaches and vomiting. The 18-year-old Sloan underwent tests that revealed a golf ball-sized tumor growing on the right side of his brain. One day later, he was at Duke undergoing exploratory surgery. When he came to hours later, Sloan sat in his hospital room with his parents and listened as doctors and social workers tried to explain what was wrong. They called it a grade 4 glioblastoma, a malignant cancerous growth that is aggressive and difficult to eradicate. But when you are an 18-year-old kid with a lifetime of dreams floating in your head and some stranger in a white coat starts such sobering conversations, surely all you can hear are the most frightening fragments.

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Tumor ... Malignant ... Cancer ... Chemotherapy ... They told him he would have to give up football, but Lavelle kept hoping, praying and believing that he would beat cancer and find his way back onto the football field for his senior year. The treatments made him too weak to play, but one day in the fall of '09 he was watching a UNC football game on television with his father, Randy McLaughlin, when they heard the commentators talking about Robert Quinn and how he had overcome his brain tumor and gotten back on the football field. "He's been through what I have," Lavelle said at the time. "He gives me a lot of hope." In October of 2007, early in his senior year at Fort Dorchester High in North Charleston, S.C., Quinn began waking up each morning with severe headaches. The headaches got worse, and Quinn began acting strangely. "I noticed things were going on," his mother, Maria, said. "The color of his eyes were changing, he was complaining of headaches. He was going to bed early, and that wasn't him. Then one night he went to bed at 9 o'clock on a Saturday and I knew something was wrong. But I just figured he was tired. But the next day he woke up, and something was really wrong." The headaches were so severe that he collapsed in the bathroom, and his parents immediately took him to the hospital where they discovered a benign tumor on the right side of his brain just above his forehead. He underwent emergency surgery to reduce the size and remove fluid from around the tumor that was causing the swelling in his brain and causing the headaches. Before the operation, that's when the nurse made the dramatic announcement on the severity of the tumor. "They told us he would never play sports again," Maria said. "I said that was up to God." Her husband, James, a former world-class high hurdler in college, said the only thing he wanted to know about was "whether (the tumor) was cancerous or not. When it came back that it wasn't cancerous. I was relieved. Then, when they said he might not be able to play sports again, I was okay with that as long as my son was going to be alive. That was my biggest concern." But Robert was devastated to hear he would never play sports again. He was an undefeated heavyweight state wrestling champion and was receiving countless football scholarship offers, and he couldn't fathom a life without sports. "I cried like a baby when they told me that," Robert said. "But a few months later, I was back on the mat and winning the state wrestling title again." Lavelle Sloan heard that part of the story, and he knew he had to meet Quinn. Nancy Butters remembers the conversation she had with him about his new favorite sports hero, and she decided to see if she could get the two kids together. "But Nancy told me not to tell Lavelle because she wasn't sure it was going to happen," Sloan's mom, Marilyn, recalled. "To be honest with you, I was just hoping he'd send us a jersey or an autographed picture," Butters said. "But here comes Robert. He showed up, and it just immediately lifted Lavelle's spirits." The first time they met was when North Carolina played Miami in Chapel Hill on Nov. 14, 2009. Sloan and his family were invited to their first-ever college football game, and during warm-ups he was allowed on the field. Quinn came across the field and brought a few of his teammates with him, and they all gave Lavelle hugs and encouragement. Then, Quinn promised they would meet again. Two weeks later, when Sloan came to Duke for his intravenous chemotherapy treatments, Quinn came to the hospital to visit. "I don't know to this day what they talked about in that room, but whatever it was, it lifted Lavelle's spirits," his mother said. "It was just guy stuff," Quinn said. "We talked football. We talked about life. We talked about the tumor. I told him he was going to make it through. I told him the doctor told me I was supposed to be brain dead, so I'm living testimony that it can happen. I didn't want to go in there and tell him something negative no matter how serious his condition was. I wanted to give him hope. I had to give him hope, because at times like that, that's all you have to cling to."

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Aggressive Tumor By Christmas, things were not going well. Lavelle was losing more weight and getting weaker. He could not take Quinn up on an invitation to visit the team as Quinn and the Tar Heels prepared for a bowl game against Pittsburgh. The first round of chemotherapy wasn't working, and the cancerous tumor was getting more aggressive and doctors were changing him to a physically and emotionally draining 21-day cycle of oral chemo. Just before Christmas, Robert sent Lavelle a color photograph of Quinn in action, bursting around the edge of some hapless offensive lineman. Across the bottom of the photo was Quinn's autograph and a short message. "He wrote, "Keep your head up,'" Marilyn Sloan said. "The day that photograph arrived, Lavelle saw it and for the first time in weeks, he got up out of the bed. He was strong and energized. It was such a wonderful thing." And then there was a long sigh. "Unfortunately, it didn't last long enough," she said. On April 14, 2010, Lavelle Sloan died peacefully in his mother's home in Spring Lake, just a week shy of a special graduation ceremony his high school had planned for him. On the day he passed away, Robert Quinn said someone sent him a text message to inform him of Sloan's death. "I remember looking at my phone and I just broke down in tears," Quinn said. "I just kept thinking about what his mother was going through." A week later, officials from his high school presented Marilyn Sloan with her son's diploma and his football jersey. She buried him in his jersey. "He kept working, and he was trying to make it to graduation," Marilyn Sloan said. "It was his dream to go to Wake Forest." One year later, on the day after the first round of the 2011 NFL draft, Marilyn Sloan was in her car listening to the radio and they were talking about Robert Quinn being drafted into the NFL, and she just started to smile. "It made me think of Lavelle and all the kind things Robert did for him," she said. Nancy Butters felt the same way as she watched the draft on TV. "Meeting Robert was the highlight of the last 12 months of Lavelle's life," Butters said. "If you saw what he did with Lavelle and how much time he spent with him and how much he cared for Lavelle when he really didn't have to, you would understand why I feel the way I do. To me Robert was an angel."

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Chris Long leads under-the radar Rams defense BY JIM CORBETT Pressure has long been third-year St. Louis Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo's hallmark from Super Bowl XLII-winning defensive schemer with the New York Giants to ramping up a seventh-ranked Rams pass rush. With veteran players joining the defensive unit, fourth-year Ram Chris Long looks to increase his sacks. "This could be a breakout year for Chris," coach Steve Spagnuolo says. Pressure has always been an unspoken companion in fourth-year Rams defensive end Chris Long's life. Except now, the second overall pick in 2008 is bringing heat after long ago vowing never to surrender to expectations to live up to father Howie Long's Hall of Fame resume. Long enjoyed an under-the-radar, 8½-sack 2010 breakout, a strong indication the 6-3, 276-pound left defensive end is on his way to creating his own pro football name. Second-year quarterback Sam Bradford is the face of the 2011 Rams. Yet how far the Rams go depends on how well Bradford is complemented by an improving defense. Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan won a Super Bowl in 2007 under Spagnuolo and knows exactly how important Long will be to proving the Rams are for real. "It is a defensive-end system," the Fox analyst said. "The way Spags has set it up, Chris is in the right position to have a big, big season. Last year was an unsung year for Chris. He was more reactive, less mechanical. They added some veteran defensive guys who have made plays and been veteran leaders. This could be a breakout year for Chris." Four of those free-agent upgrades include new starters in former Eagles safety Quintin Mikell, strongside linebacker Brady Poppinga, weak-side linebacker Ben Leber and defensive tackle Justin Bannan. In tandem with counterpart end James Hall, Long combined for 19 of the Rams' 43 sacks last season. Further, Long tied for ninth with Seattle's Chris Clemons in combined quarterback hurries and knockdowns with 36. He'll get some help on the other side with first-round rookie speed rusher Robert Quinn figuring to spell the 34-year-old Hall at times. Next up? Long hopes to crack the double-digit sack barrier. "I felt like I was getting there a lot last season," Long said. "Certainly, it's frustrating to get there a lot and not get the sack numbers. But you just have to keep coming at the quarterback, staying positive, knowing you affected the quarterback. "That's all part of playing good team defense, not being selfish — just trying to get pressure." Spagnuolo's defense is built in the relentless pressure image preached by late Philadelphia Eagles coordinator Jim Johnson. Spags started in 1999 coaching the Eagles secondary. "I'm hoping Chris has the same performance as last year, if not better," Spagnuolo said. "Obviously, we've always put huge value on that particular end position. We've always done that in this system. I learned that years back with Jim Johnson and Andy Reid. "We've got some guys now we hope can keep doing that. Chris is one of them." A run defense that sprung cut-back leaks Aug. 20 against the Tennessee Titans tightened up in a Week 3 preseason showing against Kansas City.

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Long figures to see less of the incessant holding by offensive linemen give the interior line additions of Bannan and former Indianapolis Colt defensive tackle Daniel Muir plus former Green Bay Packer Poppinga and former Minnesota Viking Leber upgrading the unit's two outside linebacker spots. "In an offseason where there were a lot of big-name free-agent acquisitions across the league, we went with guys that maybe not as many people know as well, but they're great football players," Long said. "They're going to be integral parts of this scheme and also they come from places where they're accustomed to winning. Both Poppinga and (cornerback) Al Harris came from the Packers, who just got a Super Bowl ring. "Q' Mikell just came from Philly, where they're accustomed to winning every year. "We've acquired guys who know how to win and set that standard of excellence." A 12th-ranked scoring defense figures to be stingier. "It's fun to play in this defense," middle linebacker James Laurinaitis said. "It's a very exotic scheme with a lot of pressures. "But just because we went from 1-15 to 7-9 and almost making the playoffs last year doesn't guarantee we'll be better. "We have to stay hungry to get there."

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Bradford credits Feeley for helping him BY BILL COATS Veteran A.J. Feeley scoffs at the notion that he's had any impact on the rapid development of fellow Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, the NFL's offensive player of the year in 2010. "Sam's a really bright guy and an amazing quarterback; you could see that from day one when he came in here," Feeley said. "He's mature beyond his years, he's got all the physical tools, he's got the charisma, he's got the moxie. He's got everything you could possibly want in a quarterback." Bradford tells a different story, however. "A.J.'s been awesome," he said. "Last year he helped a ton, just getting me going, telling me what to expect, what the games were going to be like, telling me what to do during the week to get myself prepared. This year it's been the same thing, too: helping me with reading defenses, telling me what to expect in certain coverages, how he sees things. ... "To have a guy like him who's been around for 11 years and who has seen a lot of football, it's invaluable." The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Feeley, 34, arrived here as a free-agent signee shortly before the Rams made Bradford the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. A fifth-round draft choice by Philadelphia in 2001, the former Oregon standout has been a backup virtually his entire career. Playing with five different teams, Feeley has started just 15 games. Eight of those came in 2004 with Miami. He hasn't taken a snap in a regular-season game since 2007 with the Eagles. Still, he has to prepare just like the starter, despite getting fewer reps in practice. He has to study the opponent, digest the game plan and be ready to step in at a moment's notice. "I don't know if you become accustomed to" the role, Feeley said. "You understand the nature of it. ... You don't embrace being a backup; you're competitive and you want to be the guy. But there's something in you that understands this is a team game and everybody plays a role. You understand that there's a bigger picture involved." So Feeley just grinds on. "If you come to work every day with the approach of trying to get better and trying to make yourself the best quarterback you possibly can, I think things kind of take care of themselves," he explained. "I think everybody around you sees it, and it's nice to have guys in the background thinking, 'If something were to happen, we have a guy in place that could still run the show.'" Feeley spent part of his summer in Germany. His wife, Heather Mitts, was a defender on the U.S. women's soccer team that finished second in the World Cup. The highlight, Feeley said, was the Americans' stunning comeback in the quarterfinals vs. Brazil that ended with a victory on penalty kicks. "It was probably one of the best experiences I've ever had, especially how they won in that fashion," Feeley said. "It was definitely emotional. I was proud of my wife and I was also proud to be an American." Feeley came home before the semifinal win over France and the title-game loss to Japan. "The food and the beer over there was taking away from my training," he said.

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Former Packer Harris has something to prove BY JIM THOMAS When you're trying to improve your game, why not study the best? So it was that Rams cornerback Ron Bartell spent an entire summer a couple of years ago watching tape of Green Bay's savvy corner tandem of Al Harris and Charles Woodson. Suffice to say when the Rams signed Harris to one-year deal a few days ago, no one at Rams Park was happier than Bartell, with the possible exception of coach Steve Spagnuolo. "I think it was a great pickup," Bartell said. "I've been picking Al's brain since he got here." Bartell is entering his seventh season in the NFL and has 88 games and 64 starts on his résumé, so he's far from a wide-eyed rookie. His respect for Harris is telling. "Just to have the privilege and the honor of playing with Al Harris is huge," Bartell said. "I mean, he's been in this league 15 years at cornerback. I'm not sure many guys have done that." For the better part of a decade, Harris was a familiar sight in the Green Bay secondary: intense, ultra-competitive, jamming receivers at the line of scrimmage, breaking up passes, with his trademark dreadlocks flapping in the breeze. He was the quintessential in-your-face cornerback. But Harris suffered a severe left knee injury in 2009 during a late November game against San Francisco. He missed the rest of that season, began the 2010 campaign on the physically unable to perform list, then was cut by the Packers last Nov. 8. Thus ended a 7½-season run that included 102 starts. Harris finished the 2010 season appearing in three games with Miami, but the Packers thought so much of Harris that they gave him a Super Bowl ring following their 31-25 triumph over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV. "Those are my guys," Harris said. "Spent a lot of time there. Played a lot of snaps there. Lot of consecutive snaps there. So it is what it is." At age 36, and with all those games and seasons under his belt, why does the two-time Pro Bowler still want to play? "I love the game, man," Harris said. "I've still got something to prove. I'm here to help win. Spags is a great guy. I remember him from back in Philly. Diggs is here. I'm just trying to help build something." Rams linebacker Na'il Diggs was a teammate of Harris' for three seasons in Green Bay. Spagnuolo's tenure in Philadelphia overlapped with Harris for four seasons (1999 through 2002). Originally a sixth-round draft pick by Tampa Bay in 1997, Harris was claimed off waivers by the Eagles in 1998 and played for them until a trade in 2003 to Green Bay. "We were in the same meeting room in Philadelphia," Harris said. "Spags has the same mentality as Jim (Johnson), bless his heart. Just this defense, I was raised in this defense. This is the defense that I came up under." The late Jim Johnson solidified his reputation as of one of the NFL's great defensive coordinators with the Eagles before his death in 2009. Even at his advanced football age, Harris said other teams showed interest in signing him this summer, but his mind was set on the Rams from the outset because of Spagnuolo and because of the defense. "Spags hasn't changed at all," Harris said. "He's one of the good guys." One reason Harris still wants to play is that he doesn't want to end his career off an injury. "You can never leave when you're hurt," Harris said. "You always leave when you're strong." As he enters training camp with the Rams, Harris says the knee feels good and he welcomes the challenge of trying to help build a team.

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"I've been in this situation before, not so much coming off the injury, but to help build," Harris said. "We weren't always the best teams in Philly, and we weren't always the best teams in Green Bay. ... So you help build by working, and the things that were passed on to me I can pass on to the younger guys." Like all other newly signed veterans around the league, Harris can't practice until the collective bargaining agreement is officially approved. But even in the handful of practices so far in camp, he has made his presence felt working with the other cornerbacks. Bartell and Bradley Fletcher are the Rams' starting cornerbacks, and that won't change. But Harris might help on the field in the team's nickel and dime packages. And with all his experience and his willingness to share that knowledge, his role might best be described as player-coach. "I think he's a great influence on the rest of the guys in that group, because he's been through it," Spagnuolo said. "He's been doing it a long time. We put a lot of value on press corners, and Al has done that for a long time. So hopefully, by osmosis here, some guys will learn something and he'll play some good football, too."

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Kendricks making quick impact for Rams By R.B. FALLSTROM While the St. Louis Rams wait for top pick Robert Quinn to recover from a knee injury, their second-rounder is fitting in nicely. Tight end Lance Kendricks has been working with the first unit. The former Wisconsin star said coming out of a complicated system in college has helped him pick up new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels' playbook pretty quickly. He has both size and speed at 6 feet 2 and 240 pounds and with a 4.49 40-yard dash time, so could stretch defenses from the middle of the field. "I'm kind of used to the terminology and lingo. They're kind of the same, so I try to take the similarities and apply them," McDaniels said. The Rams' top pass-catching tight end last season, Daniel Fells, signed with the Broncos. Quarterback Sam Bradford's favorite target this summer was Billy Bajema, given both are from Oklahoma City, but Bajema is more of a blocking tight end with only 14 receptions last season. Kendricks has the potential to be both, and more. Already in training camp, he's also lined up at fullback and in the slot. "Kind of like I did in college. I'm used to that, which is good," Kendricks said. "I'm picking up the offense a lot better than I thought I would." Not acting much like a rookie, either. "I'm trying not to get nervous or anything, just get out there and act like it's college all over again and just be calm," Kendricks said. "That's how you do it." Bradford has been impressed with Kendrick's energy level and his physical play. "I think he's probably taken more reps than anyone in our offense," Bradford said. "It seems like every time I look out there he's in there." Coach Steve Spagnuolo said earlier in the week that Quinn, a defensive end from North Carolina who was the 14th pick of the draft, could be on the field soon. Quinn injured the right knee earlier this summer. "I think the knee's coming around, there's a little bit of conditioning we've got left to do," Spagnuolo said after practice Tuesday night. "He's chomping at the bit to go, but we're kind of pulling him back now." Before training camp, McDaniels said he might have to scale back things at the start and ease players into an offense they've never run because of the lockout. The lack of two-a-days is another reason. "I think we've got to try to force them to learn, and they want to learn," McDaniels said. "We'll push and see how quickly they can learn and pick it up, and if we need to halt things a little bit then we'll do it." McDaniels didn't think training camp would necessarily be a lot more difficult for young players. "I think that they'll learn what we want to do here and hopefully pick it up quickly," McDaniels said. "To me, they're all new, so I've got that advantage in terms of looking at them with a fresh set of eyes, seeing what they can do and hopefully putting them in a great position to succeed." Kendricks' college numbers weren't eye-popping, just 62 catches for 914 yards and six touchdowns as an occasional threat at a school that's a lot bigger on the run. Wisconsin averaged 221 yards rushing last season, but Kendricks had back-to-back 100-yard games as a senior against Arizona State and Austin Peay. Perhaps the biggest challenge thus far for Kendricks has been the heat and humidity. The temperature was in triple digits for the first fullpad workout Monday.

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"If I had to say anything about it, it would have to be perseverance," Kendricks said. "You've got to come out here with your mind right and ready to go. Definitely an eye-opener." Cornerback Ron Bartell sprained his left ankle covering rookie wide receiver Greg Salas, but walked to the trainer's room and after X-rays Spagnuolo characterized the injury as mild. Players are getting the day off Wednesday, a planned break in the schedule to avoid further soft-tissue injuries. Bradford had a long work day planned. "My day off? Film and study," Bradford said. "I've got to try to stay ahead."

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Rams wasted little time getting Justin Bannan BY JIM THOMAS The moment free agency opened in 2010, Justin Bannan's phone rang. It was Steve Spagnuolo on the line. The Rams head coach wanted Bannan — then a Baltimore Raven — to come to St. Louis as an unrestricted free agent. "Yeah, right at midnight he called me and we just had a good talk," Bannan said. "That was pretty cool. I didn't expect that." Bannan ended up signing with the Denver Broncos, but like a spurned suitor, Spagnuolo wouldn't take no for an answer. When the 2011 free agency period finally opened two weeks ago, Spagnuolo and the Rams went out early and hard once again after Bannan, a defensive tackle. This time, the Rams got their man with Bannan signing a three-year contract worth $8.5 million. Back on the market as a salary cap casualty after just one season in Denver, several teams showed interest in Bannan. So why the Rams? "The fact that they wanted me," Bannan said. "They really went out of their way to let me know that, and to me that goes a long way. In my view, you want to go where you're wanted. The coaches did a great job of reaching out to me early in the week (following the end of the lockout), and getting this thing going." Bannan hadn't forgotten that phone call from Spagnuolo a year earlier, either. "I knew that I was on their radar screen before I went to Denver," Bannan said. "I think having Coach (Josh) McDaniels come over and probably vouch for me was also a plus." McDaniels, the Rams' offensive coordinator, was Denver's head coach a year ago. It's clear Spagnuolo must have seen something he liked on tape of Bannan, or he wouldn't have gone after him two years in a row. "I guess so," Bannan said, laughing. "Hopefully, I don't disappointment him. It's nice to have the coach look out for you like that." When it came to restocking the shelf at defensive tackle, the Rams didn't stop with Bannan. The team subsequently signed free agent Daniel Muir of Indianapolis, and a few days later, re-signed Gary Gibson. "We're always looking for big guys," Spagnuolo said. "We've said all along, we're wanting to build this thing from the inside out, and big men were important." The newcomers, Bannan and Muir, look the part. Bannan is 6-3, 310 pounds, and Muir is 6-2, 312. Bannan, 32, is regarded as a no-nonsense, blue-collar type, but he's more than just a try-hard, high-motor guy. He's got some athleticism and has a quick first step off the ball which helps him get penetration on run defense. "I would describe myself as a consistent football player in the NFL," Bannan said. "I pride myself on being a professional. I take my job very seriously. You don't have to tell me to do something twice. "I think I play as hard as I can, play-in, play-out. And I'm not a selfish player. I'll sell out for the defense, to help the d-line out or the linebackers out. You're going to see a guy that loves the game of football and goes out and gives it everything he has." Like Bannan, Muir is a run stopper by trade, although Muir insists he can get to the passer. "I didn't get an opportunity to pass-rush at Indianapolis, so I think here they'll be surprised to see that I can pass-rush with my size," Muir said with a playful smile. So you're a better pass rusher than given credit for? "Something like that," Muir said. Spagnuolo seemed genuinely amused when those comments were relayed to him.

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"I'm going to trust him on that, that he's underrated (as a pass rusher)," Spagnuolo said. "We'll see how it goes." But Muir, 27, knows he was brought here to stop the run. St. Louis finished 17th in run defense a year ago, after finishing 27th in 2009 and 29th in '08. Spagnuolo obviously wants to do even better, even with last year's improvement. "You've got to go out there and stop the run first," Muir said. "That's the most important thing." Muir says it's emphasized more in the Rams' scheme than it was with the Colts. "It's a lot different," Muir said. "I wouldn't say that Indy's not concerned with stopping the run, but here, it's keyed to stopping the run first and foremost." Muir said the Colts didn't show much interest in re-signing him. He said he talked some to Denver and "a little bit" to Seattle. The Rams, obviously, liked him a lot, to the point where they wondered: "Are we missing something? Why aren't more people after this guy?" "I've always been the underdog," Muir said. "It's always been that way for me. Coming up from high school, college, pros — everything. I came in as a rookie free agent; I've always had to work for what I wanted. ... Hey, the Rams saw my film, that's what's important." In Bannan, Muir, Gibson, and Fred Robbins, the Rams now have four players on their roster who were primary starters for their respective teams last season. Throw in returning squad members Darell Scott and Jermelle Cudjo, and there is plenty of competition at defensive tackle in camp. "There's lots of competition, and I think that's how they wanted to set this thing up," said Bannan, who missed practice Wednesday after tweaking his triceps muscle. "What's cool is everybody on the defensive line — it's a great group of guys. "All I can do is go out there and bust my butt as hard as I can every day and try and get better."

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Mikell a big hit with Rams BY JIM THOMAS Quintin Mikell grew up in Eugene, Ore., and dreamed of playing in the Pacific 10 Conference, specifically for his hometown Oregon Ducks. But he wasn't recruited by any Pac-10 schools. Instead he starred at Boise State, earning conference defensive player of the year once and sharing those laurels another year. But he went undrafted. In the NFL, he didn't become a full-time starter until his fifth season with the Philadelphia Eagles. So this is a player who has had to prove himself every step of the way. Nothing has been simply handed to him on the football field. To say he plays with a chip on his shoulder because of that may be overstatement, but there's no doubt he is driven. "Obviously, it makes you look at the whole game completely different," Mikell said. "When you have to work for everything you get, it makes you appreciate what you have. And it also makes you realize that if I don't keep working, there's going to be somebody else that's going to outwork me." As a result, Mikell says playing football — particularly at the NFL level — is a gift, not a birthright. And he approaches it as such. His eight-year run with Philadelphia ended this offseason. Mikell turns 31 on Sept. 16, and the Eagles have a distaste for 30-somethings, so they didn't try to re-sign him in free agency. "The writing was on the wall, so to speak," Mikell said. "I kind of had a feeling." But for once in his football life, Mikell didn't have to wait his turn, prove his worth, lower his sights or swallow his pride. The Rams came after Mikell immediately once the lockout ended, and came after him hard. On July 26, the first day teams could negotiate with free agents, Mikell agreed to a four-year, $27 million contract with St. Louis. The first two years, which total $14 million, are guaranteed. In financial terms, it's the equivalent of a lifetime achievement award for Mikell. But it also symbolizes his journey in football. "Me and my wife had talked about it," Mikell said. "It was very emotional, because it was a long, hard road. It's not over yet. But it definitely was a lot of heartache, a lot of ups and downs, going down that road. "Feeling like you should be playing, and dealing with a whole bunch of different things. To finally feel appreciated was probably the biggest thing. I'm not saying I wasn't appreciated in Philly, but to feel like I was wanted once I hit the open market, it was just perfect." The Rams needed a safety to replace Oshiomogho Atogwe, and Mikell had a history with coach Steve Spagnuolo in Philadelphia. "He's grown and matured from when I had him as a rookie (in 2003)," Spagnuolo said. "He was just a young puppy, his head was spinning all over the place. He didn't even know what direction he was going in. But he went fast. That's what he did. Even when he was a rookie." Mikell earned his spurs as a special teams player, twice being named the Eagles' special teams MVP. For most of those early years in Philly, Mikell bided his time at safety, backing up Pro Bowlers Brian Dawkins and Michael Lewis. As a young player, Mikell looked up to Dawkins in particular, watching everything he did. "Playing behind Mike and Brian for those years, I think helped him," Spagnuolo said. "Sometimes you get in this league and you get thrown into the fire too soon, and kinda get knocked back. But he was lucky in that he had time to grow." More time than he wanted. But in 2007, the year Spagnuolo went to the New York Giants as defensive coordinator, Lewis signed with San Francisco in free agency, opening up a starting job for Mikell in Philadelphia. Mikell made his mark almost immediately, earning second-team All-Pro honors in 2008 and 2010 and making the Pro Bowl in 2009. When the lockout finally ended, and the free agency period began at the end of July, the first phone call Mikell got was from Spagnuolo. Suffice it to say, Spagnuolo didn't have to give Mikell the hard sell.

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"Once Spags called me, I was like, 'Yeah, let's go,' " Mikell said. "I was very excited. Because I know the defense, I know what he brings to the table, I love the way that he coaches. It'd be nice to help a program, an organization like the Rams, kinda get back to where they used to be." Mikell, 5-10, 203, can play both the free and strong safety positions and is a sure tackler. The Spagnuolo system seems to blur the distinction between the two positions anyway. But in effect, Mikell is replacing Atogwe, who not only was one of the most productive players on defense, but one of the more popular and well-respected ones in the locker room. No one was closer to Atogwe than Rams cornerback Ron Bartell. But even Bartell already gives Mikell a stamp of approval. "I don't think there'll be that big of a dropoff — if any," Bartell said. " 'Q,' he brings a totally different style. He's physical. You can play him deep. He's very versatile. Honestly, I think he's one of the more underrated safeties in the NFL. Great locker room guy. He's been a pleasure to work with so far." Although the basics of the Rams' defensive scheme are the same as what Mikell learned in Philadelphia, it has evolved since then. He's picking things up quickly, but Mikell said the scheme has more differences than he expected. Nonetheless, he says: "I felt like I was molded for this defense. I can move around. I can cover. I can let the corners play. I can play manto-man. I can coach. So I can do a lot of different things. I think I'm just a rounded player for it." Which explains, after all, why he's here.

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Date: 9/12/11

Williams is solid in Jackson's absence BY BILL COATS Since his high school days back in Attalla, Ala., Carnell Williams has been known as Cadillac because of his smooth running style. Still, if you referred to him as a Chevy now, Williams wouldn't be insulted. "You know, a Chevy is not bad," he said, laughing. "A Chevy is a dependable car." When the Rams called on him Sunday after running back Steven Jackson left early with a thigh injury, Williams proved to be dependable. And then some. "That's not easy, to come in early in a game like that when Jack does down and (Williams is) asked to play as many snaps as he did," quarterback Sam Bradford said. "But I thought he did a great job. He ran hard, he had a great presence in the huddle, and I think the guys really kind of fed off him when he did come in there." The 5-foot-11, 204-pound Williams, signed in early August as a free agent, piled up 91 yards on 19 carries in the Rams' 31-13 loss to Philadelphia. Another free-agent pickup at running back, Jerious Norwood, added 10 yards on three carries as the Rams rushed for 154 yards. Williams totaled 140 yards of offense, tacking on 49 receiving yards on six catches. Overall, the Rams advanced 5.6 yards every time Williams touched the ball. "It's good to have a good backup; we sleep a little bit easier," guard Jacob Bell said. "Your second-string guy is a starter in the league and you can count on him. That's really big." Williams, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2005 draft, started 67 games during six seasons with Tampa Bay. He lost his first-team job to rookie LeGarrette Blunt last season, and the Buccaneers deemed him expendable. Their loss was the Rams' gain, coach Steve Spagnuolo noted. "Good move by Billy (Devaney, general manager) and his staff," Spagnuolo said. "Cadillac has been great since he got in here from the standpoint of being a team player and knowing his role and knowing what he had to do. He stepped right in there, and we didn't skip a beat." Jackson raced 47 yards for a touchdown on the first snap of the first possession of the season for the Rams. He left after carrying for 9 yards on the opening play of the next series. Williams, 29, was ready to go when Jackson couldn't. "Obviously any time you lose Jack it's frustrating, because he is a great player and his presence on the field changes things in the defense," Bradford said. "But to know that we've got two guys behind him that can come in and keep the level of play very high, it's really reassuring as a quarterback to know that." Williams recalled the advice he receiving during training camp. "I can remember Coach just came to me one day and said, 'Cadillac, just stay ready. Because in this game of football, you just never know what could happen. Your snaps could go from 10 to 50,'" Williams said. "So mentally, I just stayed ready." Bradford pointed out that the Rams didn't trim back their offensive approach with Jackson out. "We didn't alter anything. We kept our game plan the same," Bradford said. Williams accounted for 45 yards — 17 rushing, 28 receiving — on a seven-play, 63-yard drive that culminated in a 23-yard Josh Brown field goal late in the third period and cut the Philly lead to 24-13. "It was just good to go out there and get some action," Williams said. "But just not getting the 'W' ... your individual stats really don't matter."

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After six generally productive seasons with the Bucs, Williams has proved his value in the NFL. Still, he'd like to re-emphasize his viability. "I feel like I have a lot of football left in me," he said. "I do want to establish myself as a guy who can get the job done. Every time I get my chance, I'm out there doing my best. But that's just me."

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Date: 10/21/11

Porter trades in pom-poms for Rams’ special teams BY LES CARPENTER Quinn Porter plays special teams for the St. Louis Rams. He is listed on the roster as a running back, but his primary task is to return kickoffs and play the “gunner” (first man down the field) when the Rams punt. He is a gregarious man with an infectious laugh who gets so excited telling stories that sometimes his mind goes faster than his words. He then has to stop and start over. The Rams' Quinn Porter is on his fourth NFL team after an unlikely path to the pros. Some of this makes him no different than those who dress around him in the Rams’ locker room. What sets Porter apart, though, is that his teammates were recruited out of high school to play college football and were scouted by the NFL throughout their college careers. In most cases, the NFL is not a surprise. Porter, however, was recruited by no one. And when he did pay his way to tiny Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Ala., he wasn’t academically eligible to play on the football team. So he did something that would be unthinkable to his NFL teammates: He became a cheerleader. “I prefer stuntman,” he says. Because after all, “cheerleader” leaves the impression he was screaming chants into a megaphone and Porter didn’t do that. Instead he clapped and threw the female cheerleaders into the air and caught them and stood next to the field on which he someday hoped to play. “Don’t forget you’re going places,” his mother, Kim Oliver, back in California, used to say. And so he believed her even as he wore the tight shirt, clapped and held other cheerleaders over his head. “He’s always been very determined,” Kim says. Football was Quinn’s dream since he was 7 years old and his stepfather, David Oliver, put him in pads and sent him out for his youth football games. But he grew only to be 5-foot-8, 165 pounds as a teenager and the coach at Quartz Hill High School outside Lancaster, Calif., didn’t like to play underclassmen, according to Oliver, so Porter played only his senior year. This didn’t dissuade him from his passion. He bombarded USC with the few game tapes he had, sending them as high up as athletic director Mike Garrett. Oliver, realizing a more modest goal for the child, sent tapes to smaller schools around the country with little response. It wasn’t until they attended an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) convention at their church that the name Stillman came up. It turned out there was a teacher at a local community college who knew the president of Stillman, and the subject of Porter’s possible enrollment was broached. He had never heard of Division II Stillman, but the football coaches seemed interested in having Porter walk on. Since he says the only other response to his inquiries was South Carolina State, he picked Stillman because the initials are “S.C.,” which is what USC is referred to in L.A. He flew to Alabama before the fall semester of 2004 and wondered what exactly he had done. He was alone and couldn’t play football and seemed lost until he stumbled across a pair of girls who kept smiling at him. “Oh you’re so cute,” he remembers them saying. “You guys are pretty cute yourselves,” he replied. Before he starred as a running back at Stillman (Ala.) College, Quinn Porter was a male cheerleader at the school. They told him they were cheerleaders and they desperately needed some male cheerleaders. They then asked him to meet their advisor. Since they told him how important he would be, he agreed. And when the advisor, Patricia Wilson, put on the pressure he reluctantly said he would consider the offer.

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He called Oliver and his birth father and asked them what they thought. At first Oliver, who had taken loans to pay Porter’s tuition, didn’t know what to say until Porter added that it came with a $1,000 scholarship. “Go for it!” Oliver shouted into the phone. Initially, Porter was reluctant to do any of the things Wilson asked of him, sometimes missing practices, but vanity got the better of him. “He wanted to show us how strong he was,” she says. “He was quite the ladies man. And they loved him. I think he really enjoyed being around the pretty girls.” Soon he jumped into his new role with zeal. Cheerleading allowed him to be close to the team, even able to travel to Stillman’s road games. But he also had his limitations. In addition to refusing to call out cheers, he told them to call him a “stuntman.” “That’s when we started referring to all of our male cheerleaders as ‘stuntmen,’ ” Wilson says with a laugh. Quinn Porter One time Stillman played a game in San Diego, and Kim Oliver, in town for a conference, drove over to watch her son mostly stand with his hands behind his back and occasionally throw one of the girls in the air and catch her. His role was simple. “I only called my pops and my mom,” Porter says, “Not my girlfriend, not my brother. I kept it quiet from everyone on the West Coast.” In some ways David and Kim think their son was embarrassed. He was popular in high school and he boasted about going off to college to play football. Instead, he was a cheerleader. It wasn’t exactly the life he had told everyone he was going to live. But, his parents say, he is not the kind to get depressed or wracked with despair. He was, after all, getting attention at school as a cheerleader. He might not have been a football player but he was somebody. “Quinn is a kid who is just comfortable in his own skin,” Kim says. The next season he went out for football. And the teasing started. “The players all said, ‘Isn’t that the cat who was the cheerleader?’ ” Quinn says. They gave him a nickname: Pom-Pom. He also didn’t get to play. Even though he had always been a running back, Stillman coach Greg Thompson made him a wide receiver. He was the sixth-string receiver early in his redshirt freshman year when several tailbacks went down with injury. Porter went to Thompson and told him he had been a running back and a tryout was quickly arranged by the goal line. Porter was told he had three tries to get in the end zone. He scored on all three as the defensive coordinator shouted at his players: “Why are you letting Pom-Pom do this to you?” After that he was a running back. He also returned kicks and punts, and for a time he punted. He played for three years until Thompson left and, figuring a new coach wouldn’t want him, he dropped out of school and was even drafted by the Georgia Stallions of the United National Gridiron League, a developmental league that ran out of money before even starting. By then Stillman’s new coach, L.C. Cole, had called assuring him that he was wanted and demanding that he return to school for his senior season. And when he had 1,247 rushing yards his senior year, he kept telling his mother he was going to the NFL. For awhile she amused him by responding “OK.” But she also remembered his obsession with USC and how the Trojans never returned his calls and how he had to go to Stillman and become a cheerleader. Yet he seemed so certain, so determined, that after awhile Kim Oliver believed, too. “If he believes, I’ll doggone believe it, too,” she says. Even if it was too hard to imagine. Still, Porter found his way to an HBCU all-star game in the winter of 2010, which is where he first caught the attention of several NFL scouts. His agent, Travis Martz, sent him to Atlanta to work with a trainer, David Irons(notes), who had worked with several top backs

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from the South, including Brandon Jacobs(notes), Anthony Allen(notes) and DuJuan Harris(notes). All of them, Irons says, worked hard, but none came in as determined as Porter. He smelled a life in professional football, and he was going to find a way to make it real. One week Porter was struggling with a short-shuttle drill, one he wanted to run in under 4.0 seconds, but it wasn’t working. He couldn’t get the right technique. Irons remembers him pushing over and over and over, trying to find a way to shave fractions of a second off his time until finally one time the stopwatch read “3.98.” He leaped in the air and ran around the gym shouting, “I did it! I did it!” Green Bay signed him as an undrafted free agent immediately after the 2010 draft, and he seemed to have found a place with the Packers. He got several carries in training camp, and two newspapers had heard of his cheerleading past and wrote stories about him. The players all called him “Pom-Pom.” Then he tore the medial collateral ligament in his left knee. The Packers wanted to put him on injured reserve. Porter, certain that he could play at some point during the season, asked for his release and began a voyage that took him to the Redskins, the Browns and eventually five weeks ago, the Rams, who put him on their roster and told him they needed him on their special teams. So far he has returned seven kickoffs, averaging 20.4 yards, and has made one special teams tackle. These are not overwhelming statistics. But given where he has been, the fact he was unwanted by every college just six years earlier and had to become a cheerleader just to get close to a small-school football team, the numbers might as well shine in blazing red lights from the top of the Gateway Arch. “This is an example of his character,” Irons says. “If you look at it, the kid came to Stillman College to play football, and instead of playing football he did something where he could stay around the team, so he chose cheerleading. How many others would have done that? A lot of guys would have just quit. His story is an inspiration to many kids across the country who think, ‘I have to go to Michigan or Penn State.’ No, if you do what you are supposed to do in college, the NFL will find you.” Sitting on a stool in the Rams locker room, Porter laughs. “I’ve got to thank the Lord for me being here,” he says. Otherwise, there was no way anyone could have expected he would be. A Rams official arrives saying it is time for a meeting. Porter rises. He hopes he has found a home here, and undoubtedly the players will hear about Stillman and “pom-poms” and there will be jokes. His agent, Martz, for awhile owned the domain name: “Ipreferstuntman.com” because he figured sooner or later his client was going to make it big. Given the path he’s already taken, that might be very soon.

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Rams come back to Chamberlain BY JIM THOMAS The Rams signed three free-agent linebackers, all with NFL starting experience, shortly after the lockout was lifted in late July. They drafted another (Jabara Williams) in the seventh round last April. So for a while during training camp, Chris Chamberlain was so far down on the depth chart, he needed a periscope to see the playing field. "During training camp there for a while, we had 11 or 12 linebackers," Chamberlain said. "Four WIL (weakside) linebackers, and they are all really good players, could be starters in this league. So it was kind of a crazy time." Even though he led the Rams in special teams tackles in each of his first three seasons in St. Louis (2008-10), Chamberlain didn't even seem assured of a final roster spot as the preseason progressed. But he didn't fret; he just kept working. "Our job is just to go out every day and do what we're asked to do, and stay focused," Chamberlain said. Chamberlain made the final 53, and five games into the 2011 season, he found himself in the starting lineup against Green Bay. One of those free agents, Zac Diles, didn't make the final roster. Another of the free agents, Ben Leber, was benched after three lackluster starts, giving way to Chamberlain. Chamberlain played well enough against the Packers, sharing the team lead with seven tackles, that he was back in the starting lineup this past Sunday in Dallas. "You know one thing about 'Chambo,' " coach Steve Spagnuolo said after the Packers' game. "I've always felt this way about him — he's a very productive guy. He plays the game fast." Against the Cowboys, he was among the Rams' leading tacklers with six. He graded out well in both games (although he did miss a tackle against Dallas). "It's nice to be given this opportunity," Chamberlain said. "I'm just hoping to be able to take advantage of it and play my best for the team and help us get some wins." Chamberlain, a seventh-rounder taken No. 228 overall, is one of only three players from the Rams' draft class of 2008 still with the team. The others: defensive end Chris Long and cornerback Justin King. From his earliest days with the Rams, even preceding the current coaching staff, Chamberlain showed good range and the potential to have good coverage skills. Undersized by NFL standards when he entered the league, Chamberlain has since bulked up some, although he's not a monster at 6-1, 238. The University of Tulsa product didn't start in the NFL until last season, when the Rams went through one weakside linebacker after another; Chamberlain got his turn, with six starts over the second half of the season. He looks more comfortable this season, in his second go-round in the starting lineup. "Yeah, it definitely helps knowing that you've been there before and done that ... learning from prior experiences," Chamberlain said. Being healthy helps, too. In the 2010 season opener against Arizona, Chamberlain suffered a torn ligament in his big toe. He was in a cast or walking boot for six weeks. "And that was kind of a nagging thing all year," he said. He didn't return to game action until late October of last season and promptly suffered a wrist injury, which meant another cast. So far this season, he has avoided the injury bug and is feeling good — at least as good as someone playing for an 0-6 team can feel. Chamberlain's two most recent starts came against the NFL's No. 4 (Green Bay) and No. 6 (Dallas) offenses. This Sunday, in a noon kickoff at the Edward Jones Dome, it's the league's second-ranked offense in New Orleans. "Every week in this league, it seems like there's a huge challenge in front of you," Chamberlain said. "You're always playing against extremely talented guys."

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