Rams Slam Pokes

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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Even on the road, the chorus of "Romo!,
Romo!" from Dallas Cowboys' fans was easily audible at the start
of the second half.
But they were stuck with Brad Johnson.
The 40-year-old backup quarterback couldn't keep up with a
suddenly potent, opportunistic St. Louis Rams' offense, throwing
three interceptions. Steven Jackson ran for 160 yards on 25 carries
with three touchdowns and the Rams (2-4) looked like contenders
instead of sad sacks for the second straight game under new coach
Jim Haslett in a surprisingly easy 34-14 victory on Sunday.

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