Cory Harkey stakes claim to late fumble recovery
19 October 2014 | 9:30 pm

ST. LOUIS -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the St. Louis Rams' 28-26 victory against the Seattle Seahawks: Harkey's recovery: There was plenty of confusion about who, exactly, recovered running back Tre Mason's fumble in the final minute of the game. The officials ruled the Rams recovered it, but there wasn't much video evidence to support it. Even coach Jeff Fisher said he was already speaking to defensive coordinator Gregg Williams about what to call on the ensuing defensive series when the officials offered the pleasant surprise declaring it the Rams' ball.

Rapid Reaction: Seattle Seahawks
19 October 2014 | 8:10 pm

ST LOUIS -- A few thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' 28-26 loss to the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome. What it means: The Seahawks are reeling and fall to 3-3, having lost the last two games and three of the last five. The team was completely out of sync Sunday. Were they still in shock from the Percy Harvin trade two days earlier? Stock watch: What has happened to the Seattle pass rush? One of the team's strengths a year ago is almost non-existent now.

Rapid Reaction: St. Louis Rams
19 October 2014 | 8:03 pm

ST. LOUIS -- A few thoughts on the St. Louis Rams' 28-26 win against the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome: What it means: The Rams reached deep in their bag of tricks to find a way to finally pull off a game in which they jumped to an early lead. Whether via trickery on special teams, a clutch drive from quarterback Austin Davis or winning a mad scramble for a fumble in the closing moments, the Rams found a way to beat the defending champions and move to 2-4.

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