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Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints: GIFs show Rams riding high in victory

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These are not gifs from the game, but an emotional expression of the LA Rams’ victory in gifs. You’re gonna be so mad.

New Orleans Saints v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

What more can be said about the Los Angeles Rams hosting their first game of the season and defeating their new rival, the New Orleans Saints? Plenty, trust me.

Let’s GIF.

First Quarter

New Orleans Saints v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Even though DE Aaron Donald hasn’t gathering up sacks, he has been a terrifying figure to play against. QB Drew Brees looks like he’s going to be hampered with a bothersome hand injury for the foreseeable future because it collided with Donald.

Mass x acceleration = force:

Second Quarter

Instead of taking the angle that the refs blew a call and changed the complexion of the game - a theory I don’t subscribe to - I would like to talk more about how close the Rams came to giving up six easy points.

It was this close:

Here is the play in question by someone very angry about it:

Third Quarter

As a QB Jared Goff stan, I would like to make it clear that his touchdown pass to WR Brandin Cooks in the 3rd quarter was a laser beam of awesomeness and should be celebrated on every future September 15th for the rest of time. We can call it “Laser Day” and nerds can pretend they're celebrating how cool lasers are, but LA Rams fans will know that it’s really a day to talk about how awesome that play was.

Pew pew:

Fourth Quarter

WR Brandin Cooks joked that the spectacular run after the catch by WR Cooper Kupp was something out of a movie. He’s right. It was so fun to watch because Kupp seems genuinely surprised and thrilled that he hasn’t been tackled yet. And when Goff snuck the ball in, it was all a beautiful masterpiece.

Final Thought

The LA Rams are 2-0, jerks!