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Seven from Sunday: Los Angeles Rams stats vs. Seattle Seahawks

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Seven intriguing stats/notes for the LA Rams from Sunday’s 33-31 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

NFL: Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Rams improved to 5-0 on the season with a 33-31 nail-biter against the Seattle Seahawks (2-3) in Week 5. Here are seven stats from Sunday:

  1. The Rams improved to 5-0 on the season with the win in Seattle on Sunday. The Rams are now 10-1 in games played outside the Coliseum under Sean McVay.
  2. Dating back to the 2017 season, the Rams have now won five consecutive road games. This stretch marks the sixth time in franchise history that a Rams team has won five straight road contests. The last time it was accomplished was in 2001, when the Rams won all eight of their road games.
  3. With the Monday night game yet to be played, Todd Gurley leads the NFL in rushing touchdowns through Week 5. He tallied two 2-yard rushing touchdowns and one 5-yard rushing score on Sunday. He has now scored a touchdown in eight consecutive regular season games.
  4. Robert Woods lead the offense in yardage on Sunday, tallying 92 yards on five receptions and added the longest run of the game (56 yards).
  5. Yesterday’s contest marked the 100th career start for starting guard Rodger Saffold. Since entering the league, Saffold has played four different positions along the offensive line: 44 starts at left guard, 38 at left tackle, 13 at right guard, and five at right tackle.
  6. Aaron Donald notched his third sack of the season on Sunday. In doing so, he passed Grant Wistrom (41.5) on the Rams’ all-time sack list (with 42.0).
  7. Starting linebacker Cory Littleton blocked a Michael Dickson punt on Sunday. It’s his second blocked punt of the season, and the 4th of his career.

Bonus: Despite missing the game-tying extra point - which would’ve made the score 31 all - Cairo Santos made both field goal tries on Sunday, including the game-sealer from 39 yards out with just over six minutes left to play.