The World Series and Monday Night Football are both being played in St. Louis tonight. The football game is higher scoring. But not by much.
Both the Seahawks’ offense and the Rams’ offense are struggling in an ugly NFL game in St. Louis.
Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens, making his first start of the season in place of the injured Sam Bradford, has looked like the backup quarterback he is, with a pair of interceptions, one picked off by Seattle’s Bruce Irvin and one by Richard Sherman.
And the Seahawks’ offense was dreadful early in the game, as Seattle’s banged-up offensive line made life rough for Russell Wilson. In the first quarter, the Seahawks had negative yardage, although they finally began to move the ball in the second quarter and got on the board with a Wilson touchdown pass to Golden Tate.
That touchdown gave the Seahawks a 7-3 lead in a fairly ugly Monday night game.