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Rams-Buccaneers one-liners

The Rams led by 11 at halftime, but gained only 96 yards in the second half and wound up losing 18-17 to the Buccaneers.

Rams RB Steven Jackson became the leading rusher in franchise history with a three-yard run in the second quarter.

Rams QB Sam Bradford said he was “just off today” despite throwing two touchdowns and posting his highest quarterback rating as a pro.

Poor clock management by the Rams at the end of the first half helped put the Buccaneers in position for a field goal.

The Rams defense held Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman in check for most of the game, but they broke down late.

Freeman’s winning touchdown pass to RB Cadillac Williams marked the fifth time in 15 career starts that he’s rallied the Buccaneers in the fourth quarter.

Buccaneers RB LeGarrette Blount ran for 72 yards on 11 carries, with 66 of them coming in the second half.

The Buccaneers defense stepped up their play in the second half and shut down the Rams.

CB Ronde Barber hurt the Buccaneers by jumping offside to extend a Rams drive in the first half, but he made several key stops down the stretch.

Said Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris, “We’re the best team in the NFC. Yeah, I said it. We’re excited.”
 

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3 Responses to “Rams-Buccaneers one-liners”
  1. notorious_buc says: Oct 25, 2010 10:23 AM

    Leave it to ‘Heem to taint even a win with his idiocy. Maybe with a non-suspended Tanard Jackson and the original O-line all healthy they’re within sniffing distance of being a top NFC team, but not even close now. That defense was pathetic in the first half and the offense was just about as bad. Maybe Morris is just the best halftime adjustment coach in the league, or just the crappiest first half planner.

  2. TampaBoy2002 says: Oct 25, 2010 1:49 PM

    proof that stats are misleading, especially the QB rating. Bradford didn’t do anything. especially in the second half… his two TDs were just designed plays that took advantage of aggressive defense inside the ten.
    Bradford will be fine, but he was “off” against the Bucs. Freeman is really something special in the fourth quarter… if only he would do the same in the first three.

  3. King Buccaneer says: Oct 26, 2010 1:03 AM

    You got love Rah’s excitement over our very young and impressive team, but it’s a little early to call us the best in the NFC.
    Hey, maybe he’s taking a play out of loudmouth guru Rex Ryan.

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