ST. LOUIS_Neither the St. Louis Rams nor Washington Redskins were exactly where they wanted to be Monday night.
Both the defending world champion Rams and the prematurely anointed Redskins were 2-2 in their last four games and fighting through injuries to their starting quarterbacks.
A theme of jealousy and revenge ran through both teams in a matchup that no longer looked like it would certify the NFC favorite going into the stretch.
After the Rams took a characteristically quick 10-point lead, the game threatened to settle into the slower pace the Redskins favored.
Washington scored the game's last 14 points on a touchdown and missed extra point, two field goals and a safety to win 33-20.
The Redskins moved into a tie for second with New York, one-half game behind Philadelphia in the NFC East. The Giants and …