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Redskins (2-1) Vs. Rams (0-3): NFL Week 4 Game Notes

With their first loss of the 2011 season behind them, Mike Shanahan and the Washington Redskins must get ready for a potential trap game in Week 4 against the St. Louis Rams. Make no mistake about it, the Rams are not playing good football and have not at all lived up to preseason expectations. Injuries have a lot to do with that of course. But don't overlook the Rams just yet if you're a 'Skins fan. At 0-3, St. Louis is far from out of it in the awful NFC West. A home win against Washington would put the Rams right back on track after Week 4, and you better believe Steve Spagnuolo won't allow his team to feel sorry for itself or give up on one another so early in the season.

With that in mind, let's take a look at the two teams' series history, broadcast information for Sunday's matchup in St. Louis, and a few team and individual statistics for both squads.

 

SERIES

 

REDSKINS

RAMS

SERIES LEADER

21-9-1

STREAKS

3 of past 4

COACHES VS. OPP.

Shanahan: 3-3

Spagnuolo: 1-1

LAST WEEK

L 18-16 at Cowboys

L 37-7 vs. Ravens

LAST GAME

9/26/10: Redskins 16 at Rams 30. St. Louis scores 16 consecutive points in 2nd half, fueled by 3 4th-quarter FGs by Josh Brown (37, 29, 36).

LAST GAME AT SITE

9/26/10

BROADCAST

FOX (12:00 PM CT): Chris Myers, Tim Ryan.  Westwood One Radio: Howard David, Tony Boselli. SIRIUS: 148 (Was.), 138 (StL.).  XM: 231 (StL.).

 

STATS

PASSING

Grossman: 68-114-846-5-3-86.4

Bradford: 55-108-685-2-1-73.3

RUSHING

Hightower: 59-209-3.5-1

C. Williams: 50-202-4.0-0

RECEIVING

Moss: 16-207-12.9-1

B. Gibson: 12-157-13.1-1

OFFENSE

361.7

315.3

TAKE/GIVE

0

-2

DEFENSE

338.0

426.3

SACKS

Kerrigan (R), Neild (R): 2

Long: 3

INTs

3 tied: 1

Mikell: 1

PUNTING

Rocca: 43.4

Jones: 44.9

KICKING

Gano: 24 (6/6 PAT; 6/9 FG)

Jo. Brown: 18 (3/3 PAT; 5/6 FG)