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Rodney McLeod (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

McLeod's hit provides a highlight for Rams' D

ST. LOUIS — Rodney McLeod has seen his big hit on Emmanuel Sanders more than a couple times since the Rams’ 22-7 win over the Broncos on Sunday.

Philip Rivers (Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)

Rams-Chargers Quick Look

ST. LOUIS — The Rams have won three of their past five games, but have been unable this season to win two consecutive games. That will be the challenge this Sunday in San Diego against the Chargers.

Greg Zuerlein (Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports)

Rams' Zuerlein honored by NFL

ST. LOUIS — Greg Zuerlein kicked so many field goals in the Rams’ 22-7 win against the visiting Denver Broncos on Sunday that special teams coordinator John Fassel briefly lost count.

Shaun Hill (Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports)

Patient Hill to make second straight start

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Cobwebs surrounded Shaun Hill before he finally got a chance to show his stuff in the NFL. The St. Louis Rams quarterback knows all about patience.

Mike McCoy (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Audio: McCoy discusses Chargers-Rams matchup

ST. LOUIS — Chargers coach Mike McCoy talked with local reporters on Wednesday about his team's upcoming home game against the Rams. Hear what McCoy had to say inside...

Eric Weddle (Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports)

Audio: Weddle talks Chargers-Rams

ST. LOUIS — Chargers safety Eric Weddle spoke with local reporters on a conference call on Wednesday afternoon to talk about the upcoming matchup with the Rams. Hear what the veteran defensive back had to say inside...

Kurt Warner (JOHN G. MABANGLO/AFP/Getty Images)

Former Rams among Hall of Fame semifinalists

ST. LOUIS — The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its semifinalists for the Class of 2015 on Tuesday night and six former Rams made the cut among the 26 players selected.

QB Shaun Hill (Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports)

Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers v. Rams, Part II

Can the Rams do to the Chargers what they did to the Broncos? Does Shaun Hill have what it takes to exploit San Diego's secondary? What must St. Louis do to win back-to-back games for the first time this season? To answer these and other questions, we turn to our Scout.com team experts, Nate Latsch and Michael Lombardo.

Andre Caldwell (Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports)

Rams ranked 19th in AP Pro32 poll

ST. LOUIS — After knocking off one of the top teams in the NFL last weekend, the Rams moved up four spots to No. 19 in this week’s Associated Press Pro32 poll, which was released on Tuesday.

DE Corey Liuget (USA TODAY Sports)

Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers v. Rams, Part I

The Chargers came off their bye week with a home win over the Raiders. The victory pushed the Bolts to within one game of first place in the AFC West, thanks to the Rams' upset of the Broncos. Now, San Diego gets to try its luck against the giant killers from St. Louis. To set the table for this week's game in San Diego, we check in with Scout.com experts Nate Latsch and Michael Lombardo.

Shaun Hill (Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports)

Surprise against Broncos keeps Rams afloat

ST. LOUIS (AP) — At times, it looks like an 11th straight losing season for the St. Louis Rams is a done deal.

Tre Mason (Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images)

Rams looking to build on big win

ST. LOUIS — The Rams’ 22-7 win over the Broncos on Sunday was their third in five games after a 1-4 start. But the challenge they face going forward is how to keep it going.

RAMS 2014 DRAFT PICKS



  • 1 (2) Greg Robinson, ol, Auburn.


  • 1 (13) Aaron Donald, dt, Pittsburgh.


  • 2 (41) Lamarcus Joyner, db, Florida State.


  • 3 (98) Tre Mason, rb, Auburn.


  • 4 (110) Maurice Alexander, s, Utah State.


  • 6 (188) E.J. Gaines, cb, Missouri.


  • 6 (214) Garrett Gilbert, qb, SMU.


  • 7 (226) Mitchell Van Dyk, ol, Portland State.


  • 7 (241) Christian Bryant, s, Ohio State.


  • 7 (249) Michael Sam, de, Missouri.


  • 7 (250) Demetrius Rhaney, ol, Tennessee State.


  • 2014 RAMS SCHEDULE



    WEEK 1

    Sept. 7

    Minnesota

    Noon CT

    WEEK 2

    Sept. 14

    at Tampa Bay

    3:05 p.m.

    WEEK 3

    Sept. 21

    Dallas

    Noon

    WEEK 4

    Sept. 28

    BYE

    WEEK 5

    Oct. 5

    at Philadelphia

    Noon

    WEEK 6

    Oct. 13

    San Francisco

    7:30 p.m.

    WEEK 7

    Oct. 19

    Seattle

    Noon

    WEEK 8

    Oct. 26

    at Kansas City

    Noon

    WEEK 9

    Nov. 2

    at San Francisco

    3:05 p.m.

    WEEK 10

    Nov. 9

    at Arizona

    3:25 p.m.

    WEEK 11

    Nov. 16

    Denver

    Noon

    WEEK 12

    Nov. 23

    at San Diego

    3:05 p.m.

    WEEK 13

    Nov. 30

    Oakland

    Noon

    WEEK 14

    Dec. 7

    at Washington

    Noon

    WEEK 15

    Dec. 11

    Arizona

    7:25 p.m.

    WEEK 16

    Dec. 21

    New York Giants

    3:05 p.m.

    WEEK 17

    Dec. 28

    at Seattle

    3:25 p.m.