“Now the goal is to get to 5-2.” pic.twitter.com/uL1IXsRCJv
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) October 16, 2017
After falling in Week 5, the Los Angeles Rams get a win on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars to get back on track.
The Rams are 4-2 for the first time since 2004, and are currently first in the NFC West. No one believed L.A. would be this good this soon under first-time Head Coach Sean McVay, and although it’s early in the season, the Rams are growing more confident with every win.
After a strong 3-1 start, L.A. had an opportunity to make a statement in Week 5 by defeating the Seattle Seahawks and their stifling defense at home. Instead, five turnovers and breakdowns in the red zone resulted in a 16-10 loss.
But Week 6 the Rams got back on the horse against the Jaguars and improved to 3-0 on the road.
Jared Goff had a pedestrian game of just 124 passing yards and 1 TD but L.A.’s defense and special teams stepped up big time helping them get back on track.
Now L.A. moves on to London for a division rivalry game against the Arizona Cardinals where another W will make believers out of everyone.