NFL: Rams wake up in time to Seahawks


The Los Angeles Rams kicked in in the third quarter with two touchdowns to overtake the Seahawks at 26-17 Thursday in Seattle.

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Darrell Henderson started the ball rolling with a five-yard run that capped an eight-play, 96-yard push from the Matthew Stafford-led offensive unit with a touchdown.

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Sony Michel also reached the end zone with a rushing play, as did Tyler Higbee by air. Stafford finally caught up with his receivers 25 times on 37 shots for 365 yards for the Rams (4-1).

More than this loss, it is a finger injury suffered by Russell Wilson that will certainly hold the attention of the Seahawks (2-3) during the next week. While making a long pass in the second quarter, the quarterback hit his hand on an opponent.

Having made 11 of his 16 passes for 152 yards, including one for the touchdown to DK Metcalf, Wilson gave way to Geno Smith. The latter showed similar stats, with 10 successful throws in 17 attempts for 131 yards and a major. The two pivots were the victim of an interception.


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