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Rams Report Card: Big games on offense, not so big grades
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
It would have been nice to see more shots downfield, but Bulger still logged his fifth straight game with a 100-plus passer rating.
Jackson's fumble was costly, and despite decent rushing numbers the Rams really didn't take advantage of KC's soft zone schemes.
Holt wasn't much of a factor for the second straight game; he and Bruce combined for just six catches.
A mistake on pass protection led to Bulger's sack fumble; why does Barron keep getting flagged for false starts?
Looker's muffed fair catch got turnover "parade" started; Turk was superb; coverage units were good.
In what should have been a statement game, the only statement made was: "We still canít stop the run."
Co-conspirators in run-defense woes; Witherspoon was beaten by Gonzalez for Chiefsí third touchdown.
Four of Chiefsí 10 completions were to wide-open receivers; Fisherís whiff when blitzing Huard resulted in a TD.
Whatever the Rams are drawing up on run defense, itís not working; the team seemed to lack emotion at the start of the game.
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