The St. Louis Rams host the Seattle Seahawks, as both teams look to pick up a desperately needed win. The Rams (2-7) and Seahawks (3-6) played a "winner take all" game for the NFC West division championship last year in Week 17.
Now both teams would just settle for a win, period!
The Rams scored a first quarter touchdown on a long pass from Sam Bradford to Brandon Lloyd. Seattle, who struggled on their first five possessions, finally got on the board in the second quarter on a Tavaris Jackson touchdown pass to Sidney Rice.
Both offenses have been inept throughout most of the first half. Seattle tacked on a field goal as the half ended to take a 10-7 lead.
Rams' QB Sam Bradford was stripped of the football on a sack, and the Seahawks took advantage of the turnover. After driving down the field, Marshawn Lynch scored on a three yard touchdown run to increase Seattle's advantage to 17-7.
Seattle tacked on a Justin Forsett touchdown run in the fourth quarter to push the lead to 24-7. The Rams' offense is just anemic, and if you keep giving the opposition great field position, they are going to score.
Well, unless you give that field position to the St. Louis Rams. Because they are terrible.
Updated score: Seahawks 24, Rams 7