Week 10 - Memorable Matchups

History Published on : 11/9/2005

Here are recaps of several games over the years between the Rams and Seahawks.


Eric Dickerson

September 23, 1985 - Los Angeles 35, SEATTLE 24
The combination of the Rams defense and Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson on offense proved too much for the Seahawks. The Rams defense recorded seven sacks and intercepted two passes, one of which was returned for a TD. Dickerson led the offense with 150 yards rushing and scored three TDs.

December 21, 1991 - SEATTLE 23, Los Angeles 9
The foot of kicker Tony Zendejas accounted for all nine of the Rams points coming off of three field goals in the first half. Seahawks kicker John Kasay booted a 35-yard field goal in the third quarter to give the Seahawks a one-point lead. Seattle went on to score 13 more points in the period.

October 19, 1997 - SEATTLE 17, St. Louis 9
With the score tied, 3-3, Seattle capped the opening drive of the second half with a one-yard TD run by Chris Warren. The Seahawks refused to relinquish the lead and the football with a commanding time of possession of 38:11.

September 10, 2000 - St. Louis 37, SEATTLE 34
The Seahawks scored first on a 19-yard Kris Heppner field goal as the Rams and Seahawks traded scores throughout the game. With 32 seconds remaining, and the game tied, Rams QB Kurt Warner connected with Torry Holt to put the Rams in field goal range. Jeff Wilkins kicked the game-winning field goal with 23 ticks remaining on the clock.


Matt Hasselbeck

September 21, 2003 - SEATTLE 24, St. Louis 23
The Seahawks found themselves trailing by 13 points in the fourth quarter.  Seattle QB Matt Hasselbeck brought them to within six points with a 15-yard strike to Darrell Jackson. Then, Anthony Simmons intercepted a Marc Bulger pass late in the fourth quarter that led to a Koran Robinson TD with one minute left to give Seattle the win.

January 8, 2005 (2004 NFC Wild Card Game) - St. Louis 27, SEATTLE 20
Trailing by seven points with just seconds remaining in the game, QB Matt Hasselbeck and the Seahawks drove to the Rams five yard line. On fourth-and-four from the Rams five the Seahawks had one last opportunity to tie the game and send it into overtime. Feeling pressure from the Rams defense, Hasselbeck scrambled and fired a pass in the end zone to Bobby Engram. Engram was unable to hold on to the pass thus securing the victory for the Rams.