Rams fans excited over winning home-opener

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Rams fans left the Edward Jones Dome feeling good about a victory to start the football season.   The St. Louis Rams are 1-0 thanks to a last minute field goal against the Arizona Cardinals.  The final score was 27-24.

“Bang!  Right through the uprights,” shouted one fan as he left the game.

Several fans felt the Rams made too many mistakes.  Fans had concerns over fumbles and penalties.  The victory helped set those concerns aside for the moment.

“If you’re a Rams fan, a win is a win,” said one fan. “They were few and far between before Fisher got here.”

Some tailgaters arrived early and were soaked by morning rain.  The weather improved throughout the day.  Some fans felt the Rams also improved as the game continued.

The next opponent for the Rams is the Atlanta Falcons.  The game will be played in Atlanta. The next home game for the Rams is against the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday, September 26th.

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