Rams were knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten with Arizona’s 37-20 victory at the SoFi Center Sunday, and now it’s another difficult assignment, facing Seattle in Lumen Field. The Rams have fared a bit better visiting Seattle since Sean McVay became the coach, splitting last 4 as a visitor against the Seahawks SU and covering 4 of last 5 overall facing Seattle.
RamSQB Matt Stafford is completing 68% with 11 TDs and just 2 ints, and has thrown for 305 ypg. Meanwhile, Seattle QB Russell Wilson survived a slow start and ended up delivering a victory at San Francisco, but the Niners were diminished with several personnel losses, most notably QB Jimmy Garoppolo for the second half. Yet the leaky Seattle D still gave up 457 yards and would’ve given up more than 21 points to the Niners if they didn’t benefit from a +2 TO count on the day.
The Ram D is a prideful unit and won’t take kindly to being touched up for 465 yds. and 37 points last week against Kyler Murray and the Cards. Look for both Matt Stafford and the Los Angeles defense to snap back with an up effort.