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The Seahawks travel to St. Louis this weekend for what is expected to be a low scoring, close game against the Rams.
The 2-1 Seattle Seahawks travel to St. Louis on Sunday in a game that is expected to be an extremely close affair.
The 1-2 Rams are mere 3-point underdogs against the Seahawks, according to Bovada, and are coming off a 23-6 loss against the Chicago Bears in which Sam Bradford was sacked six times. The loss threw some cold water that was building for Jeff Fisher's team, after they had managed a 31-28 win over Washington in Week 2.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, sport the league's best run defense and have now won two in a row after their controversial victory over Green Bay last Sunday. Seattle is averaging 19 points a game, with quarterback Russell Wilson passing for just 434 yards on the season in three games.
The point total on the game currently sits at 38 1/2, a reflection of what many feel will be a relatively low-scoring and close game between the two teams.
Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET, with coverage on Fox.