Rams Toss Second Straight Shutout, 24-0 over Redskins

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For the first time since 1945, the St. Louis Rams have recorded back to back shutouts in consecutive NFL games. The Rams completely shut down the Redskins 24-0 in Washington. They blanked the Oakland Raiders 52-0 last Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome. Back in 1945, the Rams were located in Cleveland.

In the 24-0 win in the nation's capitol, it was again the defense's dominance. Rams D sacked Washington quarterbacks seven times, while intercepting two passes. Shaun Hill threw two touchdown passes to Jared Cook. Tavon Austin returned a punt 78 yards for a score to round out the well-balanced Rams attack. Fox 2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow traveled with the Rams to Washington and has the happy post game report.

Charlie also talked it over with Rams head coach Jeff Fisher after his team's 24-0 win, their second straight win, upping their season mark to 6-7.


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