The St Louis Rams are narrowly leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at half-time in a weather-delayed game in the NFL.
The St Louis Rams head into half time 10-7 up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the second quarter was paused for more than an hour because of a storm.
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The Buccaneers started the game well as quarterback Josh McCown moved them seamlessly down the field before he ran the ball in himself for a five-yard touchdown to put his side ahead.
St Louis, who started third-string quarterback Austin Davis, rallied immediately as Tavon Austin got a good run down the right sideline, which set up a one-yard touchdown for Zac Stacy.
With just over six minutes until the break, a thunderstorm moved into the area, forcing the players off the field for around an hour.
Once the action was back underway, Greg Zuerlein added a 36-yard field goal to give the visitors the lead for the first time, leaving them three points up at the break.
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