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Random Ramsdom 10/29: Remaining undefeated

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Los Angeles Rams RB Todd Gurley gestures to the fans after a 29-27 win over the Green Bay Packers in Week 8, Oct. 28, 2018. Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Sean McVay postgame press conference | The Los Angeles Rams’ official site

Head Coach Sean McVay talks about the offense starting slowly but the special teams helping bail out the team and kick start the progress, Josh Reynolds and Ramik Wilson stepping up for the team, being efficient on early downs and getting back on track offensively because of it, and learning from the game

Jared Goff postgame press conference | The Rams’ official site

The signal caller talks about WR Josh Reynolds doing a great job stepping up, the excitement of the fumble at the end, having the opportunity to get a comeback win, Aaron Donald’s performance, and the situational awareness from Todd Gurley giving up a touchdown to bleed out the clock

Ndamukong Suh postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site

Big Suh talks about playing against Aaron Rodgers and knowing what to expect, the massive safety that changed momentum in the game, and the defensive lines impressive performance

Ramik Wilson postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site

Ramik the freak talks about his game-changing play on kickoff, the collision being a big one, needing to hold the ball and fend off others, and how he was unblocked on the kickoff wanting to make the Packers pay for it

Robert Woods postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site

Woody talks about winning a tight game, the halftime adjustments that lead to more offensive success, the Packers’ plan to cover the receivers, and the offense developing a rhythm in the third quarter

Aaron Donald postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site

AD talks about the idea of Aaron Rodgers potentially getting the ball at the end of the game there, putting pressure on AR12, Jared Goff’s performance, the team winning in different ways and playing complementary team football, and Johnny Hekker pinning the Packers at the 1-yard line leading to the safety

Todd Gurley postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site

Gurley tells the reporters to forget fantasy and Vegas with the passing of a TD on the final play of the game, what started clicking for the offense after starting slow, the team being filled with unselfish players and situational masters, and not thinking about a perfect season

Sam Shields postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official site

The former Green Bay Packer talks about his former team and teammates, the Packers fans travelling, the fake punt he caught from P Johnny Hekker, and how many NFL receptions he has (one)

Rams beat Packers: Instant analysis | Rams Wire

Cam DaSilva hands out his game balls, drops his stat of the game, and shares his game notes which contain some interesting tidbits such as Sean McVay opting to “play it safe” late in the game

Studs and duds from Rams’ narrow win | Rams Wire

Cam runs through his studs and duds from the game. Some of the players include Todd Gurley, Johnny Hekker, Josh Reynolds, and Marcus Peters

Packers versus Rams game recap | ESPN

Have a read on the recap of the game if you happened to have missed it. Plenty of statistical tidbits are dropped in the article

Rams’ Aaron Donald on pace for record amount of sacks for a DT | Orange County Register

Rich Hammond brings to you an awesome article comparing Donald to many of the greatest defensive tackles ever and how the numbers stack up

Rams make big plays to edge Packers | OC Register

Hammond also shares his recap of the game

Here’s why the Rams had a tough time covering up USC logos | FTW USA Today

Apparently the weather had something to do with it, per Lindsey Thiry of ESPN. Interesting (and completely irrelevant)

Rams-Packers recap |

Take a look at the recap of the game, a Sam Shields angle, injury updates, and who both teams have next on the schedule, etc.