Rams vs. Seahawks: Takeaways from St. Louis' 27-9 Loss to Seattle

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Rams vs. Seahawks: Takeaways from St. Louis' 27-9 Loss to Seattle
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The St. Louis Rams (7-9) had an ugly 27-9 loss to the Seattle Seahawks (13-3) for the 2013 regular-season finale. 

It was a long shot that the Rams would win this game, as St. Louis has not won in Seattle since 2004, but it would have been a sweet ending to an otherwise average season. 

The defense was stout in the first half of the game, but the effort was spoiled thanks to numerous boneheaded decisions that aided the Seattle offense. 

The Rams offense was dead in the water. The run game was held under five rushing yards in the first half and finished with just 13 yards on the ground. 

Kellen Clemens was erratic with two interceptions, resulting in an inconsistent and ineffective aerial attack. 

It was a bitter end to a season that fans initially had high hopes for.

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