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   ST. LOUIS (AP) -- During the St. Louis Rams' bye week, coach Steve Spagnuolo revisited the travel routine in search of answers for the team's road woes.
   Even before an overtime loss at San Francisco dropped the Rams to 0-4 on the road, he concluded that there was no magic solution.
   The Rams (4-5) have been competitive in all but one of the games, with three of the losses by a total of six points. Spagnuolo said Monday if he could change the outcome of just one play in each of the last two games, the Rams would have a pair of road victories.
   The one play in Sunday's 23-20 loss might have been a pass interference call on safety O.J. Atogwe that put the 49ers in easy field goal position in overtime. Atogwe didn't believe it was a catchable ball.
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