No, they saved that for the special teams. Wide receiver Stedman Bailey, with the help of usual punt returner Tavon Austin, faked out the Seahawks punt unit with a 90-yard return for a touchdown in the second quarter.
Because of that, the Rams DST ended up having a pretty good day in Fantasy, scoring a season-high 11 points in standard CBSSports.com leagues.
You shouldn't count on that every week, and really, 11 points isn't that impressive of a number anyway. Leave the Rams DST on waivers for Week 8 at Kansas City.
"He's playing corner, it's the hardest position to play in this league," Fisher said. "The great part about him is that he's got a short memory. He doesn't let those things bother him. He doesn't make mistakes on purpose, understands our defense. I have no concern with his production and his play at this point."
Most disappointing has been the Rams' pass rush. It again went without a sack in Week 6 and has only one all season. The second-worst team in that category has five. While the Rams did have a takeaway in this game, recovering a fumble in the first quarter, they're only 21st in that category as well.
Basically, nothing good can come from starting the Rams DST in Fantasy. It doesn't have a particularly good matchup with the Seahawks coming to town in Week 7, so you can leave it on waivers.
The Rams defense actually held their own, as the Eagles scored 14 of their 34 points on special teams and defenses. The Eagles' offense managed just 352 yards on 70 plays, and the Rams forced three turnovers. Unfortunately, their issues with pass rushing continued, as they failed to take Nick Foles down in the game.
The Rams' defense has allowed 30-plus points in three of four games, and has a tough matchup on the way in Week 6, with the 49ers on the schedule.
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