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  • panxing18
    February 17, 2019 at 5:21 pm #2011

    for prime time , but the league moved it into the afternoon when San Francisco got off to a slow start. That turned out to be a wise move, as this was the kind of game that, had it been at night, everyone would have turned off at halftime and gone to bed.The Rams jumped out to an early lead and never looked back Youth John Johnson Jersey , easily beating the 49ers 39-10.The Los Angeles defensive front made life miserable for 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard, who never stood a chance. Aaron Donald had four sacks, Cory Littleton two and Samson Ebukam one.The Rams’ offense was impressive, with Todd Gurley scoring three touchdowns and Jared Goff completing 18 of 24 passes. It was a total team effort for the Rams , and by the end of the game they gave the backups some playing time.L.A. improved to 7-0, and there’s little doubt that the Rams are the NFL’s best team right now. The 49ers’ nightmare season continues, and they drop to 1-6. The Los Angeles Rams are hosting the Seattle Seahawks in Week 10 in a NFC West rivalry matchup that, more than anything for the Rams , offers an opportunity to move on from their first loss of the season last week.To get a better sense of the Seahawks and how they’re looking since our first matchup a few weeks back, I linked up with Kenneth Arthur of Field Gulls, the SB Nation community for Seahawks fans.So back in Week 5, we started by looking at the offense. Obviously coming off of the loss to the Los Angeles Chargers Youth Jared Goff Jersey , the effect of that isn’t going to help put things in a favorable light, but I’ll ask about it like this: What are the 2018 Seattle Seahawks trying to do on offense and what’s not working? I often said about the Rams offenses under Jeff Fisher that people often confused which kind of bad it was. There’s a “bad” in trying to do something and failing and there’s a “bad” in not actually trying things in the first place. The Fisherball Rams offenses often fell into the latter category. Is this year’s offense the former or the latter?Week 5 Preview Q&A with Field GullsMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsWe talked about the end of the Legion of Boom, but it appears the transition into a post-LOB defense has gone pretty well overall. Is this defense good enough (or improving enough) that it might be enough to carry you guys into the playoffs despite the offensive struggles?What are the biggest roster needs?Yalls schedule looks pretty damn tough from here on out. Is the Green Bay game next week a must-win to get into the playoffs?I asked if it was the end of the Pete Carroll era, and your answer was no. If you had put it on a scale of 1 to 10 (The Carrollometer? The Pete-O-Meter? PC Matic?) , what was it back after Week 4 and what is it now?Thanks to my man Kenny for the time.

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