Review: Where final game put Rams stats?

7:12 AM, Dec 31, 2012   |    comments
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(KSDK Sports) -- The Rams finished the season 7-8-1 after losing to the Seattle Seahawks, 20-13.   The team ended the Seahawks' eight-game scoring streak of 23 or more points and three-game scoring streak of 42 or more points.

Sam Bradford completed 25-of-42 passes for 252 yards and one touchdown. His performance pushed him to 9,378 yards on the season, placing him seventh in team history in passing yards, passing Pat Haden (9,296) and Vince Ferragamo (9,376).

Bradford threw his 21st touchdown of the season on a two-yard pass to WR Austin Pettis. The catch marked Pettis' fourth touchdown reception of the year.

On a seven-yard pass from Bradford, Steven Jackson recorded his 401st career reception. With the catch, Jackson passed Tom Fears and moved into sole possession of fifth place in team history for most receptions. Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk is the only running back in team history with more receptions than Jackson (470).

Jackson led the team in receptions with seven for 45 yards and notched five catches in the first half, a personal season-best. His previous best this year was four receptions in each half against the Minnesota Vikings on Dec. 16, 2012.

WR Danny Amendola finished second on the team in receptions with four and finished the season with 196 for his career.

Amendola moved into 15th place on the Rams all-time list for receptions on a five-yard pass from Bradford, passing Les Josephson (194). He also passed Kevin Curtis (1,714) in team history in receiving yards, moving into 28th place with 1,726 yards.

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