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Rams-Seahawks one-liners

The Rams started James Hall over Chris Long at right defensive end Sunday and finished with no sacks in St. Louis’ 28-0 loss.

QB Marc Bulger characterized the Rams’ offensive effort as “definitely not acceptable.”
Rams LB James Laurinaitis recorded a game-high 14 tackles and recovered a fumble in his first career start Sunday.
Rams OG Richie Incognito admitted that he “lost (his) head” on two personal-foul penalties and that his “reputation precedes itself.”
Seahawks LB Lofa Tatupu missed late-game snaps with a tight hamstring, but the team called his removal precautionary in nature.
Hasselbeck lined up at wide receiver on a first-quarter play Sunday; it was the first time he’s done so since Pop Warner.
Rookie LB Aaron Curry believes that the Seahawks are changing their image after being labeled as “soft” all offseason.
Coach Jim Mora called Seattle’s 28-0 blowout win “a surreal experience.”

The Seahawks set a franchise record with a 99-yard drive in the intradivision rout.
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4 Responses to “Rams-Seahawks one-liners”
  1. RIP__21 says: Sep 14, 2009 2:45 PM

    More importantly they covered the 8 point spread. Good job hawks!

  2. Journeyman says: Sep 14, 2009 2:51 PM

    If Chris Long cant start on that team, he must be struggling bad.

  3. albaNY Hawker says: Sep 14, 2009 3:27 PM

    According to the Tacoma News Tribune Seahawks blog, they have resigned LB D.D. Lewis, which may indicate the injuries to Lofa Tatupu and/or Leroy Hill are more serious than first reported.

  4. Fetchez La Vache says: Sep 14, 2009 3:37 PM

    According to the link, Incognito actually said that his reputation “…perceives itself.” Either the writer got it wrong, or Incognito is looking to take Emmit Smith’s job one day in the future.

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