The St. Louis Rams continued their charity work this weekend in San Francisco losing 35-16 to the rival Niners. The Niners losers of six straight games just rolled over the helpless Rams and led 35-3 at half. The Niners had 201 yards of offense and scored 28 points in the second quarter of this contest. These are the same Niners that fired their coach four weeks ago and benched their starting QB J.T. O’Sullivan in favor of journeyman Shaun Hill. On this afternoon Shaun Hill was able to do something Joe Montana and Steve Young never could do and that is put up a perfect half of football. Hill had a 158.3 QB rating at halftime against the Rams. Hill was 12 of 14 for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Hill also ran for a touchdown in the first half as well which does not help his QB rating but did help him to win the NFC Offensive Player of the Week.
In addition to Shaun Hill’s award Mike Singletary who was dropping his pants a view weeks ago is up for the MOTOROLA NFL COACH OF THE WEEK AWARD. This was Singletary’s first win as a head coach in the NFL and it came at the Rams expense in embarrassing fashion.
So to recap, a QB making only his 4th start in the NFL and a Head Coach in game three of his coaching career both may earn awards this week thanks to more poor inexcusable play by the St. Louis Rams. Under Scott Linehan or Jim Haslett this Rams team has played just awful and are currently the laughing stock of the NFL which is saying a lot since the Detroit Lions are sitting at 0-10.
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