By Mark Mix
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Bruce Gradkowski knew exactly what he was getting into when he signed to be the backup quarterback for the Steelers.
Rex Grossman inhaled deeply late Sunday afternoon before he stared into the cameras and explained the interception that jeopardized the Washington Redskins' seven-point fourth-quarter lead over the St. Louis Rams.
The St. Louis defense is off to a poor start, even subtracting the three touchdowns the Rams have surrendered on offense.
This was supposed to be the year the St. Louis Rams emerged as a legitimate playoff contender. Not only are they winless, they've been pushovers.
Opening day was a beatdown for the St. Louis Rams. In more ways than one.
Of all weeks for the St. Louis Rams to be short-handed in the secondary, this could be the worst.
Steven Jackson expects to breathe easy this weekend in Denver.
Cornerback Justin King, the player victimized most in last week's 37-7 loss to the Ravens, said players are definitely to blame.
"I make no excuses. He made the play, I didn't," King said. "I was probably about an inch away from both balls."