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St Louis Rams is a team that has not had much significance in its respective division. Between 2002 and 2009 has maintained its permanence in the NFC West between second and fourth place. His only recent winning season was in 2003 when reached the division title. While the Rams today are the first in their division, their participation this season has not been very prominent. The NFC West is one of the divisions with minor notoriety of the NFL, this is one of the factors that can be influenced in the performance of the Rams, since you haven’t had enough competitive divisional rivals. So far the Rams have a record of six wins and eight victories that have marked in an interleaved manner. This left St.

Louis without the possibility of being able to occupy a place in the postseason. Opened the score the Rams with two goals from the field in the first quarter. The Chiefs recovered in the second quarter when they scored two touchdowns (14-6). In the third quarter the Rams rose marker 17-6 thanks even surprising 53-yard Ryan Succop field goal. The Rams had the opportunity for a touchdown to make the score 20-13, but the Chiefs responded and closed down 27-13 encounter with another annotation. The Kansas City Star was the Marshal of quarterback Matt Cassel, who after eleven days outside since it was surgery on his Appendix, He returned to continue with the triumphs of his team.

Cassel collaborated by completing 15 of 29 passes, one for a touchdown, scored 184 yards and had one interception. Sam Bradford, quarterback for the Rams, launched and completed more passes (21/43), but none for annotation, recorded 181 yards and also was the victim of an interception. Kansas City will continue in the search for a pass to the playoffs when faced on December 26 against Tennessee. This waiting makes Seattle, their closest division rival and who shares same record (6-8), when the Seahawks play against Tampa Bay.