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St. Louis Rams

Stadium: Edward Jones Dome | Coach: Jeff Fisher
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense27th106.2 (20th)208.3 (24th)
Defense9th107.5 (12th)232.4 (11th)

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Sun, December 21, 4:05 PM EST
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Schedule

Sun Sep 7
L 34 - 6MIN
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Sun Sep 14
W 19 - 17at TB
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Sun Sep 21
L 34 - 31DAL
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Sun Oct 5
L 34 - 28at PHI
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Mon Oct 13
L 31 - 17SF
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Sun Oct 19
W 28 - 26SEA
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Sun Oct 26
L 34 - 7at KC
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Sun Nov 2
W 13 - 10at SF
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Sun Nov 9
L 31 - 14at ARI
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Sun Nov 16
W 22 - 7DEN
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Sun Nov 23
L 27 - 24at SD
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Sun Nov 30
W 52 - 0OAK
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Sun Dec 7
W 24 - 0at WAS
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Thu Dec 11
L 12 - 6ARI
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Standings

NFC
West
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Arizona11-3-03-1-0
Seattle10-4-03-1-0
San Francisco7-8-01-4-0
St. Louis6-8-02-3-0
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Rams list three players probable for Week 16
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Rams enter Week 16 against the Giants relatively healthy, listing only three players on its final injury report. Guard Davin Joseph (not injury related), defensive end Chris Long (ankle) and center Scott Wells (not injury related) were all deemed probable.

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You'll want to stick with Tre Mason
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

In two games since blowing up for 164 total yards and three touchdowns, Rams running back Tre Mason has a total of 99 yards on 33 carries. Neither performance was good individually, and Week 15 against Arizona was especially bad. Subtract the fumble from his 33 yards, and he scored a grand total of one Fantasy point in standard CBSSports.com leagues.

So why would you consider using him in your championship game with the Rams hosting the Giants in Week 16? For one thing, the matchup is a night-and-day difference. You had to expect Mason to struggle against the Cardinals, who rank sixth against the run, allowing 90.4 yards per game, but would have guessed the Redskins, his Week 14 opponent, rank seventh? It's not a matter of teams choosing to beat them through the air either. They're one of 10 teams that have allowed less than 4 yards per carry.

The Giants, meanwhile, rank 30th against the run, allowing 135.1 yards per game and 4.9 yards per carry. It doesn't mean Mason is a lock for big numbers. The Redskins' Alfred Morris, who most would consider a superior running back, had just 49 yards on 14 carries against the Giants last week. But after splitting carries early on, Mason has become the clear workhorse of the Rams backfield. You don't sit a running back with that role when he has a favorable matchup, especially when he's performed as Mason has this season.

Jamey Eisenberg agrees, naming Mason the CBSSports.com Start of the Week for Week 16.

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Rams' Greg Zuerlein hits both attempts Week 15
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein hit both his field goal attempts Week 15 against the Cardinals.

Zuerlein was the team's only source of offense on the night. He didn't have much work to do, hitting from 19 yards and 24 yards out during the contest. The Rams failed to score an offensive touchdown, so Zuerlein did not add any extra points. He'll look for more Week 16 against the Giants. 

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Rams backup pass catchers do little Week 15
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

The Rams backup pass catchers did little Week 15 against the Cardinals.

Tight end Jared Cook came up with three catches, gaining 22 yards. Cory Harkey had just one reception, but finished with 21 yards. Tavon Austin pulled in two balls, gaining 14 yards. He also gained 8 rushing yards on his only attempt of the night. Tight end Lance Kendricks had one catch, finishing with 10 yards.

The group will hope for more Week 16 against the Giants. 

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Rams WR Kenny Britt pulls in five passes Week 15
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Rams wideout Kenny Britt hauled in five passes Week 15 against the Cardinals. 

Britt finished with 65 yards, which was the second-highest receiving total on the team. Britt was Shaun Hill's favorite target, finishing with a team-high nine targets. Britt was able to show off some big play ability, catching two passes that went for 22 yards. 

Britt will look for more Week 16 against the Giants. 

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