The Rams won a heartfelt game, Thursday night. As they defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in what might be their last game in St.Louis. They also ended Tampa’s playoff hopes with that win. A lot of good things did happen for the Bucs, despite the loss. Doug Martins 91 yards rushing put him on top of the NFL for rushing yards this season. But, that could change, Sunday, when the Bears take on the Vikings, as Adrian Peterson could regain the number one spot. Jamies Winston had his first 300 yard game of the season(367) and broke a Buccaneers Qb rookie touchdown record (20).
“Keep the Rams. Keep the Rams!” “The chant from the crowd in St. Louis resonated a lot more than any single play from the Rams’ 31-23 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night. The Rams closed out their 2015 home schedule in great fashion, showing off a style of play we expected to see a lot more this year. The question is whether they will ever play in St. Louis again, with a potential move to Los Angeles looming.” – Reported by Gregg Rosenthal
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