On what seemed like the longest drive in NFL history, the Rams took a 14-7 lead when Steven Jackson exploded for six yards up the middle to score St. Louis's second touchdown.
The drive was 18 plays and went for 97 yards. It lasted eight minutes and 36 seconds. The one play that was impressive was a version of Miami's Wildcat, where the ball was snapped directly to Jackson, who handed off to Dane Looker, who hit quarterback Marc Bulger for an 11-yard pass. It was Bulger's third career reception.
The Rams converted three third downs and one fourth down on that drive -- which I know frustrates the hell out of Mike Holmgren.