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Random Ramsdom 10/16: Room for Improvement for Rams after Win over Broncos

The Rams won ugly, but remain the last undefeated team of the 2018 season

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Rams didn’t get 23-20 win over Broncos down cold, but room for improvement at 6-0 is impressive | LA Times

The Rams won ugly on Sunday, but won none-the-less to go 6-0 on the season. The fact that there’s room for improvement on an undefeated team should scare the rest of the NFL.

Cooper Kupp Reportedly ‘Could Miss Some Time’ After Knee Injury vs. Broncos | Bleacher Report

This could have been so much worse. I’ll take a missed game or two over 6 or more any day.

Watch Johnny Hekker make a spectacular one-handed grab on the Rams sideline | Rams Wire

It’s no secret that I believe Johnny Hekker can do it all. Add Receiving to that list. Granted this was in an unofficial capacity, but look at him doing his best OBJ impression.

Rams win against the Broncos leave them last unbeaten team in the NFL | Ramblin’ Fan

And then there was one.

Gurley Runs For 208 Yards In Rams’ 23-20 Win Over Broncos | CBS News

Gurley had a career day on Sunday.

Sean McVay: I put us in some horrible spots Sunday | Pro Football Talk

McVay did not have his best performance as play-caller on Sunday. His aggressive pass-happy style was not effective against the Broncos defense, and it wasn’t until pretty late in the game that it seemed like he decided that running the ball was going to be the best strategy.

Ogbonnia Okoronkwo teases return from PUP list, Rams fans go nuts | Rams Wire

Watch out NFL QBs.

Rams’ defense stifles Denver run game, but questions remain in secondary | OC Register

It seems like the Rams Defense can’t do two things in one game. It can either defend a run or defend the pass.

The Six Plays That Explain Week 6 | The Ringer

If the Rams can’t beat you with the high flying offense that is McVay’s staple, don’t worry, Todd Gurley can run the football to victory.

Helmet-to-Helmet Hits in N.F.L. Haven’t Diminished, but Penalty Flags Have | New York Times

Another Seahawks Safety involved in a helmet-to-helmet collision that sent out an opposing receiver out of the game, and again, no flag.