Rams will take a win — any win
ST. LOUIS — The Rams had 10 days to mull over their third straight loss, a blowout at the hands of the 49ers. Sure, Sunday's win came against the winless Jaguars. It didn't matter.
"It just takes a snowflake to start an avalanche," said safety Matt Giordano, whose 82-yard interception return tied the score at 7.
Sam Bradford threw three touchdowns, two to Austin Pettis. And he was sacked just once after the 49ers and Cowboys combined for 11 over the previous two games.
Meanwhile, the NFL's lowest-scoring team settled for its best offensive day. The season's first catch for Justin Blackmon, suspended for the first four games under the substance-abuse policy, was Blaine Gabbert's first touchdown pass of the season, a 67-yarder. He had five catches for 136 yards.
"That's a glimpse of what we can do," Blackmon said. "We've got playmakers here. We've just got to go out there and finish games."