Seahawks survive Rams, take NFC West lead heading into bye week

Seahawks survive Rams, take NFC West lead heading into bye week

Seahawks survive Rams, take NFC West lead heading into bye week

A former standout at Boston College, Johnson said he had "no idea", in advance, that he would be displacing Alexander, but the Rams had showed increased confidence in Johnson after he overcame an injury that sidelined him for the early part of training camp.

"What they do defensively is tremendous", Los Angeles quarterback Jared Goff said. But that was years ago.

Even though they didn't come out with a win in Week 5, the Los Angeles Rams still deserve a lot of credit for the way they've fought through the first big chunk of the season.

"I was good friends with his dad", Carroll said before pausing to laugh, "when we were at San Francisco, so I can't tell you much more". "But it was an old-fashioned National Football League ballgame that came down to the end". Against the Seahawks, the first standout defense Los Angeles has played this season, Goff looked lost.

Despite suffering a bruised sternum and spending the night in the hospital after the game against the Colts, left tackle Rees Odhiambo is likely to play on Sunday.

Just not on Sunday, and maybe never if the Rams turn the ball over five times. "We just weren't finishing drives".

Thank you, Blair Walsh. The Seahawks will need strong performances from Odhiambo, center Justin Britt, and the whole line against what is one of the best pass-rushing units the team will face this season.

Wilson completed 24 of 37 passes for 198 yards and one touchdown, had one pass intercepted and was sacked three times.

While it's unclear if Seattle will continue standing throughout the season, the team has made it apparent they will stick together.

Los Angeles travels to Jacksonville next week before taking on the Arizona Cardinals in another key division clash.

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Zuerlein kicked a 35-yard field goal four plays later.

Goff was shutout in the second half, going 22-for-47 for 288 yards and two interceptions in the game.

Seattle, which trailed 10-0, wasn't as great as it was opportunistic. He recovered the first, but Seattle recovered the second to give the visitors an extra possession in L.A. territory.

It came down to a few fingertips: Rams rookie Cooper Kupp barely missed a diving TD grab on third down with 8 seconds to play. After taking a handoff and cutting to the right, Austin set up safety Kam Chancellor with a stutter-step and bolted past him for the score. LA RB Todd Gurley is back in dynamic 2015 Offensive Rookie of the Year form, gaining 215 yards from scrimmage vs. Dallas.

Early in the first quarter, it had appeared that Gurley had reached for the pylon and scored a touchdown, but after replay review, Earl Thomas had kung-fu chopped the ball away, and the play resulted in a touchback instead of a touchdown.

"I saw a chance to strike on the ball", Thomas said. Being top of the NFC will be a great confidence booster for the Rams. "McVay has them playing lights-out, so you've got to give them all the credit in the world, but we don't think about other teams when we're going about our business".

The play had significant repercussions for the Rams, who ended up losing 16-10.

"I'm not sure how I felt a couple of years ago", Rawls said.

One thing, though: Carroll was mistaken. DE Cliff Avril (neck) and CB Jeremy Lane (groin) were out. Rams wearing blue-and-yellow throwback uniforms vs. Seattle at Coliseum for second straight season.

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