Rams Win, Rams Win!! (Yes we are shocked too!) Seattle, Washington - In case you weren't watching, and judging by the attendance numbers, you werent, the St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks played a trivial game to finish out the regular season. With both teams already knocked out of a chance for the playoffs, it would simply be a game of pride. The Seahawks had whooped up on the Rams earlier in St. Louis 13-3 in a game that wasnt nearly as close as the score indicates. This time, the Rams travelled to Seattle and in a driving rain storm amongst the 12th man, the Rams won 14-0, pitching their second shutout of the season. Id like to tell you Sam Bradford played well but who are we kidding. Sam completed 5-10 passes for a measly 127 yards. The good news for him is he only threw one interception. Incredibly, Sam did the unforseeable by throwing for two touchdowns on the day. Tre Mason was the workhorse on the ground. The game was an ugly back and forth game with neither team able to put points on the board. The Rams would open the scoring late in the first half on a nifty screen pass that caught the Hawks in a blitz. Mason would catch the ball and would have a host of blockers to lead him to the endzone. "We got lucky. Normally we get sacked or fumble the ball on the screen play.... Said Coach Fisher. The Hawks were able to move the ball fairly consistently throughout the the game. The difference in this one was the usually pourous defense of the Rams made some huge plays when it counted most. The Defense forced 4 Russell Wilson interceptions on the day. One of those interceptions gave the Rams good field position and Bradford would hit Kenny Britt on a double move for a touchdown to push the lead to 14. Neither team seemed interested in doing much more in the driving rainstorm as the time ticked away as another sad season of Rams football concluded.