ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Despite a 0-4 start, St. Louis Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo is trying to stay positive.
The Rams fell to the Washington Redskins 17-10 on Sunday. St. Louis fell behind 17-0 before rallying for 10 points in the final 10:09 to get within striking distance.
Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis intercepted Rex Grossman with just over five minutes left to give the offense the ball at the Redskins 19.
But an illegal shift penalty and two sacks ended the potential game-trying threat.
"I'd be lying if I said I wasn't frustrated," Laurinaitis said. "I think everybody in this organization is frustrated."
St. Louis, which is 13-55 since the start of the 2007 season, has been outscored 113-46 this season.
The rough beginning has taken its toll on Spagnuolo, who entered the season with high hopes.
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