The Rams are 4-0 on the 2018 season and will be 5-0 when they board their plane for the flight home on Sunday night.
Bottom line, the Seahawks just don’t have the kind of talent that Los Angeles does. It’s as simple as that. Be it the offense, defense, and even special teams, the Rams are loaded whereas Seattle is not.
In 2018, LA has the better coaching, the better quarterback, the better offensive and defensive lines, the best punter in the league, and probably the best running back.
Oh yes, and a group of receivers that may launch Goff to an MVP.
In Week 5, the Rams only challenge may be going back on the road after a three week home stand that had them score 34, 35, and 37 points in consecutive games.
Look for that trend to continue against the Seahawks.
Los Angeles will also have a 2-0 record in the NFC West with the San Francisco 49ers still to come in Week 7, also on the road, making it very conceivable that the Rams could wrap up October 3-0 against the division.
Sure the NFC West is down, and frankly not very good. But that’s not an issue the Rams need bother much about. For LA, it’s about something bigger in 2018, and the Seahawks are just another team on the schedule.
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