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Random Ramsdom 11/28: Rams Start Off Hot, But Can’t Keep Up in Blowout Loss in the Bayou

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The Los Angeles Rams fell to 4-7 on the season Sunday, after suffering a 49-21 blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints. They’ve now lost six straight.

Los Angeles Rams v New Orleans Saints Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

Rams Fall to Saints, 49-21 | Rams’ Official Site

The Rams got off to a fast start offensively, but could not contain the Saints offense at all on Sunday, falling 49-21.

Brees, Ingram, Help Rams Rout Rams 49-21 | ESPN

Mark Ingram scored twice, and the New Orleans Saints defeated the Los Angeles Rams, 49-21 on Sunday.

Rams Need a Wake Up Call, and Fast | O.C. Register

It was stone-cold quiet in the Rams locker room after the Saints took a 49-21 sledge hammer to them on Sunday.

Goff Plays Well, But Not Happy With Loss | O.C. Register

The moment the Rams had been waiting for, the spark they presumably saw in Jared Goff before they drafted him, arrived late in the second quarter Sunday afternoon against the Saints.

Goff Shows Flashes But Can’t Keep Up in Blowout Loss | ESPN

The Los Angeles Rams arrived in New Orleans knowing they needed Jared Goff to throw the ball downfield to have a chance against a top-ranked Saints offense.

Rams Suffer Bayou Beatdown in New Orleans | L.A. Times

The frustration was apparent for all to see during a heated sideline exchange between Coach Jeff Fisher and defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.

Rams Bench Offensive Lineman Who “Needed a Break” | L.A. Times

The Rams built a doghouse large enough to accommodate a 6-foot-5, 332-pound human, and offensive lineman Greg Robinson pretty much spent the day in it Sunday.

Ex No. 2 Overall Pick Robinson Benched, Will Return | ESPN

Greg Robinson, a former No. 2 overall pick, was benched for the Los Angeles Rams’ 49-21 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, but that won’t be the case for long.

Donnal Fills In Admirably at Left Tackle | O.C. Register

Andrew Donnal had a sneaky suspicion his number might get called Sunday for the Rams

As Rams Falter, Gurley Says “Just Have to Keep Fighting” | L.A. Times

The playoffs seem far out of reach for the Rams, who have lost five of six games since their promising 3-1 start, including Sunday’s 49-21 shellacking at the hands of the New Orleans Saints in the Superdome.