Five Takeaways from Rams’ 30-19 Loss to Bills | Rams’ Official Site
With their 30-19 loss to the Bills on Sunday, the Rams’ record is now 3-2 on the 2016 season. There were many elements that added up to Los Angeles’ first home loss of the year, but there were some positive factors in the matchup as well. Let’s take a deeper look at both in this week’s five takeaways.
What We Learned From Rams’ Loss to Bills | L.A. Times
Gary Klein looks back at lessons learned from the Rams’ 30-19 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon.
Kenny Britt on pace for career-highs in catches (74) and yards (1,139).— Chris Wesseling (@ChrisWesseling) October 10, 2016
Rams haven’t had a 1,000-yard WR since @BigGame81 in 2007.
It was an awkward moment. Los Angeles Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein had made each of his first eight field goal tries this season, including two from beyond 50 yards. But when he jogged out on the field midway through the fourth quarter, a home crowd of 83,679 began to boo.
Case Keenum didn't necessarily play poorly -- OK, he didn't play dreadfully -- but the Los Angeles Rams quarterback made a costly mistake late and missed on what could've been a big play early in a 30-19 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday
Jorge Sedano isn’t buying the Rams as contenders because of how perfect Case Keenum has to play in order for Los Angeles to win.
#Rams star CB Trumaine Johnson, carted off with an ankle injury, will have an MRI today, source said. Doesn’t sound like a fracture, though.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 10, 2016
The Areas Where the Rams Fell Short Against the Bills | O.C. Register
With a chance to move to 4-1, strengthen their hold on first place in the NFC West and hit the road for games in Detroit and against the Giants in London swirling in positive vibes, the Rams shot themselves in the foot Sunday in a 30-19 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Week 5 Rewind: What Was Fisher Thinking? | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
There were several reasons why coach Jeff Fisher's fake-punt decision didn't make much sense in Sunday's 30-19 loss to Buffalo.