Updated score: Ravens 37, Rams 7
Today the Baltimore Ravens are facing off against the St. Louis Rams.
Under Head Coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are 12-4 following a loss, and are looking to rebound today, after suffering a huge letdown last week in their 26-13 loss in Nashville to the Tennessee Titans.
The Ravens and Ray Rice should get back on track today against the NFL's worst rushing defense. The Rams have allowed a league-high 177.5 rushing yards per game in 2011.
The Rams enter today’s game as one of six teams still seeking their first win. After losing the division on the last game of the season last year, many picked the Rams to win the weak NFC West this season.
Instead of the success that many predicted, the Rams have not played well. In two losses this year, St.Louis has committed 17 penalties for 145 total yards, fumbled six times (losing three) and scored just one touchdown in five red zone trips.
Rams QB, Sam Bradford, who was the 2010 NFL AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, has not played badly, but has not yet found a winning rhythm.
Bradford has completed just 51.3 percent of his passes, but is also one of four starting quarterbacks who has yet throw an interception
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