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Random Ramsdom: Did you see the fun fact after Sunday’s Rams game?

Los Angeles Rams News and Links for 10/31/23

NFL: Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Hey thanks for checking out some links today and if you celebrate it...Happy Halloween! I saw a fun fact Sunday night after the horrific Los Angeles Rams loss to the Dallas Cowboys. You may have seen it too! The game had a final score of 43-20. That is apparently the first time in NFL history that a game had that final score. The game involved a block punt for a safety, the Rams going for two point conversations and with hap and circumstance like that, a game can end up with a somewhat unusual score. Scorigami is basically the word created to define a score like that,

Even if you already knew that, pretty interesting, right? Maybe not, but either way I thought it was a good fun fact. Can’t dwell on a loss forever. Especially when it’s only Week 9. Please have a great day, thanks again for stopping by and please comment on whatever you’d like!

Cowboys’ win over Rams ended with score that’s never happened in NFL history (

“According to the NFL Scorigami account on X, formerly known as Twitter, the scorigami concept was first suggested by Jon Bois, with a website charting every final score in league history developed by Dave Mattingly.”

Rams QB Matthew Stafford day to day after suffering UCL sprain in right thumb (

“Matthew Stafford’s thumb injury cost him nearly half of the Rams’ Week 8 loss. Whether his absence continues into Week 9 remains to be seen.

Stafford suffered a sprained UCL in his right thumb and is considered day to day, Rams coach Sean McVay announced Monday.

Stafford first appeared to sustain a thumb issue when he hit it on a helmet during the game against Dallas, but didn’t exit until he caught a pass and landed on the affected thumb during a successful two-point try. Backup Brett Rypien replaced him for the remainder of the 43-20 loss to the Cowboys.”

Cowboys tie a franchise record with 11th straight home win in Week 8 (bloggingtheboys)

“The Dallas Cowboys were 2-0 at home in 2023 coming into Week 8. Going back to Week 17 of the 2021 campaign, Dallas had won 10 consecutive games in AT&T Stadium before taking one against the Los Angeles Rams this past Sunday. Dallas was dominant as their offense, defense, and special teams made big contributions in a 43-20 beatdown of the Rams.

This 11th consecutive home win had some significance for the Cowboys.”

Rams’ John Wolford: Returning to Los Angeles (cbssports)

“The Rams signed Wolford off Tampa Bay’s practice squad Monday, Dianna Russini of The Athletic reports.”