The Philadelphia Eagles maintain an unblemished 5-0 record after triumphing over the Los Angeles Rams on the road, concluding with a final score of 23 to 14. In the early stages of the game, it appeared that a high-scoring showdown was in the making. The Eagles initiated proceedings with a potent touchdown drive, led by the efforts of Dallas Goedert, while the Rams promptly responded with a touchdown drive of their own, featuring the prowess of Cooper Kupp. Towards the latter part of the first half, it seemed as though Los Angeles might seize control of the contest. They successfully reached the end zone, taking a four-point lead and gaining the opportunity to extend their advantage as they received the ball first in the second half. However, the Eagles managed to orchestrate an astonishing 4-play, 75-yard touchdown drive in the waning 32 seconds of the half, allowing them to take the lead heading into halftime. A pivotal catch by A.J. Brown and two penalties drawn by him played a crucial role in facilitating this rapid scoring drive. Subsequently, the Eagles exerted dominance over the Rams' defense by embarking on lengthy drives. It proved frustrating, though, as they were only able to convert these opportunities into field goals instead of touchdowns, perpetuating the red zone struggles that have plagued the team.