ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10 (UPI) -- The St. Louis Rams had only 121 total yards of offense Sunday night, but were able to beat the Baltimore Ravens, 30-22.
In a contest that featured 11 turnovers, the difference was Jeff Wilkins, who kicked four field goals for the winners. With under five minutes remaining, the Rams had turned the ball over four times and amassed fewer than 100 total yards. The mistake-prone Ravens committed seven turnovers, including three in the fourth quarter.
St. Louis had the fewest yards in NFL history for a team that scored 30 points in a game. The Rams also managed just seven first downs.
Marshall Faulk, making his return after missing five games with hand and knee ailments, rushed for two short touchdowns in the first quarter for the Rams (6-3), who tied Seattle atop the NFC West.
Jamal Lewis rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown but lost two fumbles for Baltimore (5-4), which had its lead in the AFC South reduced to one game over Cincinnati.