The story of the game was the electric performance by rookie receiver Tavon Austin, who punched in two touchdowns as a receiver and a third as a punt returner.
Austin picked up over 300 all-purpose yards and finally flashed the dominant potential that made him a top-10 pick last April.
The Rams didn't just get it done on offense, the defense contributed a touchdown on a Chris Long fumble recovery, and the pressure by the defensive line forced Andrew Luck to cough up four interceptions—a career high for the second-year passer.
The Rams have struggled for most of 2013, but this performance proves that St. Louis has a talented roster and plenty of potential moving forward.
The Rams will now enter their bye week and prepare to host the Chicago Bears on November 24. The Colts will continue to search for answers as they travel to Tennessee a week from now to take on the surprisingly competitive Titans.
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St. Louis Rams 38, Indianapolis Colts 8