St. Louis Rams at a glance

October 19, 2013 

St. Louis Rams

Coach: Jeff Fisher

Key Stats

6 NFC-leading sacks for defensive end Robert Quinn. The former North Carolina standout had 10.5 sacks in 2012.

24 Receptions for wideout Tavon Austin, the highest total among all rookies. Austin, the No. 8 overall pick, is averaging only 6.6 yards per catch.

130.5 Rushing yards allowed per game by St. Louis, which ranks 31st out of 32 teams. The Panthers have the eighth-best rushing offense (135.8 yards per game).

152 Regular-season wins for Jeff Fisher, which is third among active coaches behind Bill Belichick (192) and Mike Shanahan (168).

Starting Lineup

Offense

WR13 Chris Givens
LT77 Jake Long
LG65 Chris Williams
C63 Scott Wells
RG62 Harvey Dahl
RT76 Rodger Saffold
TE89 Jared Cook
WR18 Austin Pettis
QB8 Sam Bradford
TE88 Lance Kendricks
RB26 Daryl Richardson

Defense

LDE91 Chris Long
LDT98 Kendall Langford
RDT90 Michael Brockers
RDE94 Robert Quinn
ROLB51 Will Witherspoon
MLB55 James Laurinaitis
LOLB52 Alec Ogletree
LCB22 Trumaine Johnson
RCB21 Janoris Jenkins
SS23 Rodney McLeod
FS20 Darian Stewart

Special Teams

K4 Greg Zuerlein
P6 John Hekker
H6 John Hekker
PR11 Tavon Austin
KR36 Benny Cunningham
LS44 Jake McQuaide

Injuries

OUT: RB Benny Cunningham (ankle). DOUBTFUL: CB Cortland Finnegan (thigh). PROBABLE: LB Daren Bates (hip), DE Chris Long (thigh), RB Zac Stacy (chest), S Darian Stewart (illness).

Schedule/Results

OpponentResult/TimeTV
September
8Arizona W 27-24
15At Atlanta L 31-24
22At Dallas L 23-7
26San Francisco L 35-11
October
6Jacksonville W 34-20
13At Texas W 38-13
20At Carolina1FOX
28Seattle8:40ESPN
November
3Tennessee1CBS
10At Indianapolis1FOX
17Bye
24Chicago1*FOX
December
1At San Francisco4:05*FOX
8At Arizona4:25*FOX
15New Orleans1*FOX
22Tampa Bay1*FOX
29Seattle4:25*FOX

NOTE: * Time subject to change.

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