The Los Angeles Rams move to 8-4 after a dominating 37-7 win at SoFi Stadium against the now 2-10 Jacksonville Jaguars. Matthew Stafford put together a clean run with no interceptions. This seasons number one draft pick Trevor Lawrence couldn't do much at all especially after the first quarter to help his team gain any momentum against the Rams Defense.
Here are the top three takeaways from the Rams vs Jaguars
Matthew Stafford leads with ball security
Stafford hit a rough patch of games in which questionable decisions with the football under pressure caused him to turn it over and directly affect the outcome. However, against the Jaguars, Stafford threw 26 completions of 38 attempts for 295 yards and three touchdowns. As important as any other area, Stafford threw no interceptions and did not fumble the rock. His nicest pass is a toss up between a fade to Odell Beckham Jr and a deep crosser in stride to Cooper Kupp.
Cooper Kupp joins Isaac Bruce and Tory Holt
Kupp continues his historic season amassing his 100th catch and eleventh touchdown of the season. Reaching 100 catches in a single season puts Kupp in a elite club as the third Rams receiver to reach that milestone along with Issac Bruce and Torry Holt. Kupp is also the first player in NFL history to reach 100 catches and 10 touchdowns in 12 games.
Aaron Donald led defense creates two takeaways
In the stretch of the Rams three straight losses the offense was giving away possession too much and the defense wasn’t stealing possessions enough. Against the Jaguars, both units turned the table and while the offense secured the football, the defense led by Donald and Leonard Floyd forced and recovered two fumbles. The turnovers kept momentum on the side of LA and will be the type of plays that well be needed looking ahead to the Arizona Cardinals.
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