Rams have posted consecutive shutouts in first two rounds

Published: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 13:36 PM.

"We’re going to try to take away what you do best," he said. "We try to put our players in situations where they can be successful."

The task may be difficult against Washington (10-3), which rushed for 288 yards when the Rams won 34-7 in a Sept. 28 meeting.

"We’re going to have to shut down the quarterback and the running backs because that’s their main focus," Ramirez said. "Everyone is going to have to do their jobs and play football like we’ve been doing the last two games." 



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