Daryl Richardson not starting against Jacksonville Jaguars

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The Rams second-year running back is still not getting the nod from coach Jeff Fisher.

Against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 5, St. Louis Rams running back Daryl Richardson will not be starting, according to, well, himself.

Richardson has been running in quicksand thus far in 2013, gaining a paltry 2.7 yards per carry on 42 attempts, giving him 114 yards on the season. Perhaps even worse, his longest run of the year is 10 yards. This is a man that is supposed to be a quick-hitter with big speed, but it has not played out in his favor so far.

The Rams have been a brutal rushing team throughout the season, with Richardson leading the team in yardage followed by quarterback Sam Bradford who has 22 yards. Look out Michael Vick.

St.Louis ranks dead -last in rushing yards with 189 through four games, putting it below the Carolina Panthers and Green Bay Packers who have had bye weeks.

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