They were also fairly efficient on the offensive side of the ball, as well, putting up 30 points while rushing for 129 yards and throwing for 309. They only averaged 3.7 yards per carry, but a pair of touchdowns and grinding out the tough yards are what you want, so that won’t always be reflected in the box score.
Following their lone loss of the season to the Bills, and a too-close-for-comfort victory over the winless Giants, the Rams seem to have regained their form heading into their first intra-divisional tilt at San Francisco next week.
How confident are you in the Rams to continue their winning ways? Is their 4-1 record something to believe in, or is it a product of their soft schedule to begin the year? Feel free to discuss below.
Now for today’s links.
LB Troy Reeder posted a career-high three sacks in their win over Washington (TheRams.com)
Bret Stuter discusses what an increased role for RB Cam Akers means for the Rams offense (Ramblin’ Fan)
Check out the top highlights from Sunday’s win over WFT (TheRams.com)
Bill Barnwell answers all the important questions around Dak Prescott’s injury (ESPN)
Dan Graziano discusses the top overreactions from Week 5 in the NFL (ESPN)
John Breech grades each team’s performance on Sunday (CBS Sports)
RB Dalvin Cook left last night’s game with a groin injury (Pro Football Talk)