2. Another single-digit win
As impressive as it’s been to watch the Rams this season, one of the things that stood out the most over the first three games was how the team won each contest by double-digits. Even though Los Angeles knew this wouldn’t last, just watching them win the way they did was beyond impressive, and helped back up the hype of them being one of the early favorites in the NFC to make a run at the Super Bowl.
Continuing this streak for the entire season was obviously going to be impossible for Los Angeles since playing at this high of a level brings the pressure of having targets on their backs, and seeing the streak come to an end in Week 5 against Minnesota wasn’t surprising at all. Not to mention, when seeing how the Rams only won Sunday’s contest by two points during their win over the Seahawks, they now have a new streak of wins by single-digits, which is fine.
At the end of the day, the most important factor for Los Angeles is the team is winning games, as the team deserves credit for hanging on during these close battles as well. Fans may prefer the double-digit victories, but it’s safe to assume the Rams will be piling up a few more of those in no time.