Rams at Jaguars Post-Game: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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Rams at Jaguars Post-Game: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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The St. Louis Rams completed the preseason with a perfect record, which they have not done since 1979—the year they went to the Super Bowl and lost to Terry Bradshaw and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Rams traveled to Jacksonville to take on Jaguars for the preseason finale, which resulted in a Rams victory by the score of 24-17.  

However, the preseason is basically meaningless, and the team is more concerned with what they’ll be bringing into the regular season, which is why there was panic when it seemed for a moment that they would not be bringing defensive end James Hall.

Hall was on the ground early in the first quarter in what seemed to be a somewhat serious injury, but he eventually got back on his feet and exited the game. He later announced during the broadcast that he left the game with a back injury, but that it was not serious.

Since the Rams dodged that bullet, they were able to successfully escape the preseason with no major injuries, which is always one major goal of the preseason.

And with that, here is “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”…

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