The Rams are now 7-3.
What it means:
The Rams are tied for first place with the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West. The Rams currently hold the tiebreaker because they beat Seattle last week, and they are the No. 2 seed in the seven-team NFC playoff chase with six games to go.
The Rams set the tone for much of the game and never seemed in major trouble. But the Buccaneers tied the score at 24-24 in the fourth quarter and the Rams needed a 40-yard field goal by newly-signed kicker Matt Gay just before the two-minute warning. Rookie safety Jordan Fuller sealed the win with his second interception of Tom Brady on the next drive.
The Rams have been extremely healthy since coming out of their bye two weeks ago. They appear to have come out of this game in good health, as well.
The Rams host the San Francisco 49ers at SoFi Stadium on Sunday at 1:05 p.m. PT. The 49ers, who are 4-6, beat the visiting Rams 24-16 in Week 6.