Why St Louis Should Be Thankful For Our Teams

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Oct 18, 2012; St. Louis, MO, USA; General view of the Gateway Arch at the St. Louis capital building before game four of the 2012 NLCS at Busch Stadium between the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco Giants. Mandatory Credit: Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family on this beautiful and very cold day in St Louis. As we give thanks for the good things we have in our lives, we shouldn’t forget about our teams. Here is why St. Louisians should be thankful for our teams.

1. The Rams found a capable backup and are still in the Playoff race. 

Even with Sam Bradford out for the year, Kellen Clemens has come in and has manage this team to ensure blowout victories over the Bears and the Colts. Now the Rams travel to San Francisco with a real shot to move up in the NFC West standings. The Rams will obviously need help to get to the postseason but they are getting hot at the right time.

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