Rams coach fearful of Lions' Logan, special teams
ALLEN PARK -- St. Louis Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo is worried about three facets of the Lions in preparation for Sunday’s game at Ford Field.
One, lots of skill and talent at the offensive skill position. Detroit’s offense is ranked 13th in the NFL.
Two, defensively the front is as good as anybody’s in the NFL.
Three, special teams. “That No. 11, Stefan Logan, he can kill you. He covers, beats blockers, makes tackles, he returns. We’re a little concerned about their special teams, no question,'' Spagnuolo said in a conference call today (Wednesday).
The Rams are 2-2 and have won two straight with rookie quarterback Sam Bradford leading the offensive charge.
The 0-4 Lions are looking for their first win after losing their first four games by a total of 24 points.
"From our standpoint, it's a very scary position to be in,'' Spagnuolo said.
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