ST. . LOUIS - St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has benched struggling quarterback Austin Davis and will go back to veteran Shaun Hill for Sundays game against the Denver Broncos.Fisher said Monday that he was sticking with Davis, who made his NFL debut earlier this season after Hill was sidelined with an injury. Fisher had said Davis was the starting quarterback for the rest of the season.The team confirmed the switch before practice Wednesday. The story was first reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Hill began the season as the replacement for Sam Bradford, who was sidelined for the second straight year with a knee injury. However, Hill injured his thigh in the opener.Davis had two interceptions and lost a fumble in the fourth quarter in Sundays 31-14 loss at Arizona. The Rams had led 14-10 entering the quarter.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL . Kyle Shanahan was hired as offensive co-ordinator Monday after spending the previous four years in the same role with the Washington Redskins. . They kicked off the still-going trend of host cities winning the Grey Cup and sent Hall of Fame head coach Wally Buono to the front office a champion.NEW YORK -- Ryan Vogelsongs strategy in the dugout before the ninth inning was simple: keep quiet. Tired but eager for a shot at his first nine-inning complete game, the right-hander chose not to answer his coaches when asked how he was feeling. He was just fine, finishing off his second career complete game with a perfect ninth to lead the San Francisco Giants to a swift 5-1 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night for their second straight win after a six-game skid. "I just kind of didnt answer them because I didnt want to come out," said Vogelsong, who had a six-inning complete game against the Cubs in 2011. "It was something I wanted to do." Vogelsong (6-8) faced 28 batters, one over the limit, allowing Juan Lagares soft single leading off the sixth and Lucas Dudas 20th homer to start the eighth. In ending a five-decision losing skid, he walked one and got two double plays. Vogelsong threw 102 pitches in the game that took 2 hours, 6 minutes. Brandon Crawford had a run-scoring single, Matt Duffy an RBI single for his first big league hit and Hunter Pence added a two-run triple and RBI groundout off Jonathon Niese (5-7) for San Francisco. The Giants were coming off a horrid homestand in which they lost five of six to fall out of first place in the NL West. They improved to 30-20 on the road. "We normally play very well at home," Bochy said. "We just have a tough time scoring runs there. I dont know what to do to change it but were working on it." After giving Vogelsong no run support in five of his last six outings, the Giants got on the board in the second thanks in part to Nieses throwing error. Juan Perez led off with a double. Gregor Blanco then bounced back to Niese. The left-hander tried to nab Perez, who got caught off second, but he bounced the throw and Perez raced into third. Crawford followed with an RBI single and Pence drove in another with a grounder. "Its unfortunate, because thats a situation where I cant make a mistake, and I did," Niese said. "Just made a mistake and paid for it, costing us runs and, ultimately, the game." Pence tripled to right-centre after Crawwford tripled down the right field line and Vogelsong was hit by a pitch in the seventh. . Pence was 4 for 33 coming in. Niese pitched 8-plus innings and allowed nine hits and five runs -- three earned. He hit two batters. TRAINERS ROOM Giants: Right-hander Matt Cain needs surgery to remove bone chips from his elbow. He still is not sure when he will have the operation but Bochy thinks the former ace is done for the season. Recovery is about three months. Mets: Ace Matt Harvey threw off the mound for first time since having Tommy John surgery on Oct. 22. He made 15 pitches at about 60 per cent effort. Harvey still is hoping for a possible return in late September. "Im not writing 2014 out, but theres still a lot more to go and a lot more to prove in order to be healthy enough to come back," Harvey said. UP NEXT Giants: Right-hander Jake Peavy (0-1) will make his second start for San Francisco. Peavy has lost his last 10 decisions -- nine with Boston -- but has had success at Citi Field. He is 2-0 with a 3.09 ERA against the Mets in Queens. Mets: Right-hander Jacob deGrom (5-5) has won four straight starts. According to research by the Elias Sports Bureau, he is one of four rookie pitchers since 1982 to win four consecutive starts of six innings or more while allowing no more than one run. The others are Roy Oswalt, Jered Weaver and Cain. DOUBLE BUMP The Giants promoted Duffy and outfielder Jarrett Parker from Double-A Richmond to take the roster spots of Dan Uggla and Tyler Colvin, who were designated for assignment. Duffy started at second base and singled in a run in the seventh for his first career hit. He rounded first with a big grin as Pablo Sandoval, near the on-deck circle called for the ball. "I didnt have as many nerves as I thought I would," Duffy said. RUN REVERSAL The Giants have scored 12 runs in their two wins after scoring six total in the six straight losses. 12 FIRST BASEMEN WITH 20 Duda became the 12th Mets first baseman to reach 20 homers in a season. Ike Davis, whom New York traded to Pittsburgh after giving Duda the starting role, was the most recent in 2012. ' ' '