The St. Louis Rams are one win away from their second Super Bowl appearance in three years. Yesterday, they advanced to the NFC Championship Game with a 45-17 dismantling of the Green Bay Packers in a Divisional Playoff match-up. Despite the high point total, it was the Rams’ defense that dominated this one. St. Louis forced eight Packer turnovers, including six Brett Favre interceptions. Three of those picks were returned for touchdowns – one by linebacker Tommy Polley and two by veteran cornerback Aeneas Williams. Williams’ performance set an NFL Playoff record. On offense the Rams were actually pretty ordinary, finishing with just 292 yards of total offense. That is a season low. So now the Rams move on to the NFC Title game where they will play Philadelphia. These two teams met in the season opener back in September in Philly. The Rams won that game 20-17 in overtime. After the game, head coach Mike Martz talked about the win. (Photo by Bill Greenblatt, UPI)