Are they still the greatest show on turf? That’s a question many around the NFL are asking after the rams 26-21 loss to the giants on Sunday. New York jumped to a 17-0 lead in the second quarter and lead 17-7 at the half. The Giants’ defense held the Rams to 352 yards of total offense, and picked off Kurt Warner twice. The most costly was Will Peterson’s interception late in the fourth quarter, ending the Rams final drive. Warner was 26-39 for 266 yards and Marshall Faulk gained 87 yards on the ground. The loss marks the first time in four years that the rams have started 0-2. They face the Buccaneers in Tampa a week from tonight.