ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The third preseason game was a nice bounceback for the St. Louis Rams. Coach Steve Spagnuolo wants to see more like that, and plans on using starters in the final tuneup.
Normally, most first-stringers play sparingly if at all in the last preseason game. Because of the lockout, the Rams have plenty to iron out before the regular season.
Even if they're 3-0.
The Rams go for their first perfect preseason since moving to the Midwest in 1995 on Thursday night at Jacksonville. Spagnuolo's not impressed with the record, and also wants starters to get another shot of game-day anxiety before the season opener Sept. 11 at home against Philadelphia.
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