Game recap: Rams fall to Ravens 45-6 on MNF | Rams’ official site
An early deficit proved insurmountable for the Rams (6-5) in a 45-6 Monday Night Football loss to the Ravens (9-2) before a crowd of 72,409 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff discusses what is next for the Rams, Lamar Jackson’s performance and more.
The Los Angeles Rams (6-5) were handed their biggest loss ever at the L.A. Coliseum on Monday night. And the worst part about it is they were never really even in it.
The Lamar Jackson Show rolled into the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Monday night, and the protagonist further added to his legend by leading a total dismantling of the Rams with a 45-6 victory.
Weddle “at a loss for words” over Ravens blowout win over Rams | Pro Football Talk
Eric Weddle is a better position than most to understand what Lamar Jackson is capable of given his time as teammates with Jackson last year with the Baltimore Ravens.
Boos rang out at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, a tone previously unheard in the Sean McVay era, as the Baltimore Ravens routed the Los Angeles Rams 45-6 on Monday Night Football.
Jackson make MVP case, Ravens all but knock Rams out of playoffs | Washington Post
Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens remained on a major roll and all but knocked the defending NFC champs out of playoff contention before Thanksgiving.
Lamar Jackson arrived in Los Angeles with a Hollywood script, something approaching rags to riches: Young quarterback endures hurtful criticism after devastating loss, improves by leaps and bounds in dedicated offseason, leads blue-collar offense to unprecedented heights, wins fans the world over.
The Los Angeles Rams had zero answers to stopping Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens in what turned out to be an embarrassing Week 12 loss.
The fireworks weren’t over when the Baltimore Ravens’ 45-6 win over the Los Angeles Rams went final. Cameras picked up two players exchanging words as both teams made their way off the field.