ST. LOUIS (AP) Penalties remain an issue for the St. Louis Rams as the opener looms. They're 0-3 in the preseason after hurting themselves yet again.
The Rams were undone in the first half of a 24-14 loss to Indianapolis Colts on Saturday by three offensive penalties and a defensive holding call that wiped out an interception by Janoris Jenkins that was returned 36 yards to the Indianapolis 15 in the second quarter.
"That's one thing that beats us," safety T.J. McDonald said. "We just have play disciplined and stay on top of everything."