The Rams seem to have the magic touch when it comes to back-up running backs. Lamar Gordon, who’s filling in for Marshall Faulk, went down in the first half of the Rams’ game against the Packers with a sprained ankle. Arlen Harris stepped in and rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown as St. Louis topped Green Bay 34-24 at the Dome. The offense scored 17 points off turnovers, as the Rams improved to 4-2 on the season. Marc Bulger connected for 252 yards passing and three touchdown strikes, hitting Torry Holt twice and Dane Looker once. Isaac Bruce had 129 receiving yards and became the 18th player in NFL history to catch 10,000 yards worth of passes in a career. The Rams went into halftime with a 21-10 lead thanks to a two-minute drill at the end of the second quarter. They capped the 10-play drive with Holt’s second touchdown catch of the game. The Ram’s defense was able to come up with two interceptions and three fumble recoveries and they held Ahman Green to just 35 yards rushing. The Rams remain a game behind the Seahawks in the NFC West; Seattle beat the Bears 24-17 yesterday.