Steelers top Rams 12-6; Roethlisberger injured

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Mistakes and not enough offense cost the Rams again as they fell to 1-2 on the season,  losing a tight 12-6 decision to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome. The Rams defense did their part, holding the Steelers to just one touchdown and 12 pointsd. The Styeelers had average 32 popints in their first two games of the season. But seven penalties for 97 yards, dropped passes and sketchy play calling doomed the Rams offense yet again.

The win was costly for the Steelers. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was carted off the field with a knee injury in the third quarter on a hit by the Rams Mark Barron will sideline Big Ben four to six weeks with a knee strain. The Rams were limited to two field goals by Greg Zuerlein and have scored just 16 points in their last two games. Their last chance ended when the Steelers successfully challenged a potential first-down catch by Kenny Britt near midfield with 1:19 to play. Fox 2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow has the post game breakdown..

Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne talked it over with Rams head coach Jeff Fisher after the team's 12-6 defeat.