The St. Louis Rams forced three Jacksonville turnovers, scoring on all three, en route to a 34-20 victory over the Jaguars.
One of Blaine Gabbert’s two interceptions was returned for an 82-yard touchdown by Matt Giordano to even the score at seven in the first quarter. Gabbert was relieved by Chad Henne, but the man who shined brightest was Sam Bradford.
The former Oklahoma Sooner played mistake-free football and threw three touchdown passes in by far his best game of the season. Zac Stacy led the Rams rushing attack with 14 carries for 78 yards, the largest single output for a St. Louis running back this year.
St. Louis goes on the road in Week Six visiting Houston, with coverage on the Zimmer Sports Network at 11 AM.