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Random Ramsdom 10/14: No Touchdowns? No Problem. Rams Escape New York with a 9-6 Victory

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The Los Angeles Rams offense struggled against the Jets on Sunday. And despite no touchdowns, the defense kept it close enough for the Rams to escape with a 9-6 win at MetLife.

Los Angeles Rams v New York Jets Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Rams Win Defense Battle With Jets, 9-6 | Rams’ Official Site

The streak is over, as the Rams used another strong defensive performance to defeat the Jets, 9-6. With the win, Los Angeles is now 4-5 on the season.

Defense Carries Rams to 9-6 Victory Over Jets | O.C. Register

Scoring touchdowns, apparently is overrated. The Rams, for a second time this season, won a game in which they never celebrated in the end zone.

Rams Overcome Listless Offense to Save Their Season | ESPN

For a third straight week, the Los Angeles Rams defense stepped up and the offense didn’t do nearly enough.

Rams Pick Off Another Win Despite Lack of Offense | L.A. Times

Alec Ogletree was still thinking about the one that got away. The Rams middle linebacker missed a chance to pick off a pass early in the fourthquarter against the New York Jets on Sunday. And his teammates let him know about it.

Ogletree Backs Up Talk With Game-Saving Interception | O.C. Register

It only seems appropriate Alec Ogletree came up with the game-saving interception to preserve the Rams’ 9-6 win over the New York Jets Sunday.

Rams’ Win Over Jets Does Nothing to Mask Inept Offense | O.C. Register

After five weeks of whispers and sullen looks and sideways glances and despair inside the Rams locker room, a tiny glimmer of hope emerged Sunday from the chill of New Jersey.

It Wasn’t a Breakout Game, But Gurley Provides a Spark | O.C. Register

This time, the Rams didn’t give up on Todd Gurley, and he rewarded them.

Cunningham Has Score to Settle, Mentally, Despite Playing Well | L.A. Times

The Rams’ longest run of the season belongs not to Todd Gurley, a former first-round pick who was the 2015 NFL offensive rookie of the year, but to backup running back Benny Cunningham, who signed as an undrafted free agent out of Middle Tennessee in 2013.

Fisher Balks at Starting Goff Despite Sputtering Offense | ESPN

The Los Angeles Rams did not score a touchdown in their much-needed 9-6 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday, but the Jared Goff era remains on hold.