A relatively quiet first half is in the books.
St. Louis leads 10-3, thanks to the arm of rookie Sam Bradford. The quarterback out of Oklahoma found receiver Brandon Gibson over the middle for a 15-yard scoring strike. Bradford has 151 passing yards, the touchdown and an interception.
St. Louis could have been up by even more though, if it weren’t for Seattle’s rookie safety, Earl Thomas. Collecting his third interception in two weeks, Thomas ended a potential Rams scoring drive after St. Louis intercepted Matt Hasselbeck and returned the ball to the Seattle three-yard line.
At the half, St. Louis (1-2) leads by a touchdown. The score, 10-3 with Seattle (2-1) receiving the ball to start the second half.
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