The Rams haven't been able to do much right this season, but they're on a roll early against the visiting Seahawks. St. Louis jumped out to a 21-3 lead by faking out Seattle's special teams for a Stedman Bailey punt return touchdown.
St. Louis' special teams sent Tavon Austin to the Rams' left side of the field, making it look like the ball was coming that way and drawing the Seahawks coverage team over there. That left Stedman Bailey on the other side of the field to catch the ball and run it down the field for a 90-yard punt return touchdown.
Seattle head coach Pete Carroll went on the field to complain because Tavon Austin appeared to signal a fair catch. He didn't, and the ref agreed.