Rams building a passing game
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Sam Bradford can't help but be excited about the St. Louis Rams' passing attack.
After two seasons with some of the least impressive receiving corps in the league, the third-year quarterback feels his options increasing with each week. His latest "favorite" target is rookie Chris Givens who had a season-best 11 receptions in a 16-13 overtime victory against San Francisco on Sunday.
Givens helped ease the loss of Danny Amendola, who has missed four games with injuries.
Eight players have double-digit receptions. The Rams' second pick in this year's draft, Brian Quick, has seen limited action with just eight receptions but leads the team with an average of 17.3 yards per catch.
St. Louis (5-6-1) travels to Buffalo (5-7) on Sunday.
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