Rams Vs. Bears, Week 3: Turf Show Times Reaction

The St. Louis Rams saw their offense stymied on Sunday, giving up six sacks and and a defensive touchdown in a 23-6 loss to the Chicago Bears. That knocked the Rams down to 1-2 and two games behind surprising Arizona in the NFC West, and Turf Show Times examines where it all went wrong:

"Mid-way through the fourth quarter, we really thought we were going to take the lead and go ahead," St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson admitted in his post-game comments. "Our defense did a fairly good job. We as an offense did not help them at all."

Overall, St. Louis managed just 160 yards and a pair of field goals on the day.

Stay with the SB Nation NFL Hub for all the NFL news and updates you need. For more on the Rams, go to Turf Show Times. Bears news and commentary is available at Windy City Gridiron.

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