Rams quarterback Kurt Warner has a chance to keep re-writing the NFL record books in Atlanta on Sunday. Warner has thrown for 1,221 yards through three games this season, an NFL record. He needs just 197 yards Sunday to pass Drew Bledsoe’s four game record set in 1994. Also, if Warner passes for 300 yards, it would be his fourth straight game passing that mark, a streak he already reached once, last year. He would be only the third quarterback to ever have two such streaks, joining Joe Montana and Dan Fouts. Matt Bowen, a rookie safety out of Iowa, is expected to start for the Rams Sunday in Atlanta. Devin Bush is doubtful with a toe injury.