Carolina Panthers-St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford Sharp, Turnovers Key in 20-10 Win

November 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the first time this season, we saw the St. Louis Rams play a great game on both sides of the ball in the 20-10 win over the Carolina Panthers.
One thing we know for sure: The Rams are for real—when playing at home. The Rams sport a 4-1 record at the Eddie Jones Dome but are a winless 0-3 on the road. At the half way point of the season, the Rams sit with a 4-4 record. Not bad for a team that most predicted would win only four games total.
Up next for the Rams is the bye week—a very welcome sight for a team that needs to find its identity. Trouble is, the second half of the season will be much tougher, considering five of the last eight games are on the road.
Three Stars of the Game
Third Star: DE Chris Long
Long recorded a sack in his third straight game. On Carolina's first series in the fourth quarter, Long recovered a Steve Smith fumble which led to a 26 yard touchdown reception by Daniel Fells. The Rams have struggled p...

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