Rams D Stops Chiefs Pow-Wow

    In my first post I am gonna be talking about the Rams D throughout the entire game, every fumble, interception, and sack. After going just one minute and 58 of the first quarter, the Rams score and have a lead of 7-0. After the PAT, the defense rushes onto the field for the kick-off. A touchback bringing the ball to KC's 20. 7-M. Cassel had thrown a 1 yard pass to the short right, wasn't very much for a pass. On the very next pass he passes it 7 yards to 89- J. Baldwin, then gets clobbered by 21-J. Jenkins, popping the ball right out of his hands, and picked up by 43-C. Dahl. Then returned to KC 31, just no gain.

 On the very next Rams drive 8-S. Bradford already throws his second touchdown, this time to Mr. 16-D. Amendola, for an 8 yard touchdown. Even though there was a foolish penalty on 21-J. Arenas, haha, and a smart move by the Rams to decline the penalty. After we kick-off once again we come back out already hot from our touchdown and fumble recovery the last time out. Even though 7-M. Cassel throws for some completions we stopped them once again.

 Well our D had let us down at the start of the second quarter allowing the Chiefs to score, but that is okay, we will try to come back, at least I would hope so. When the chiefs come back onto the field they come out firing but nothing exciting happened other than KC 76-B. Albert face masked on of our players.

 The last thing I am going to talk about is the interception right at the beginning of the third quarter. 12-R Stanzi threw to 10-T. Cooper, he was hit and the ball tipped away, then intercepted by big man, rookie, 71-M. Conrath, returned for one yard. And then we score on that drive, with 24-I. Pead leaping over the pile of bodies, Walter Payton style, and scores.

                                      "The Kid"

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