Los Angeles Rams: 3 takeaways from 23-20 win over Denver Broncos in Week 6

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Here are three key takeaways surrounding the Los Angeles Rams during their 23-20 win over the Denver Broncos in Week 6.

Many wondered if the weather conditions would have an impact on the Los Angeles Rams during their Week 6 meeting with the Denver Broncos, and even though it was closer than it should have been, Sean McVay‘s team still held on for the 23-20 win. With the victory, the Rams not only improved to 6-0 on the season, but they also happen to be the only undefeated team remaining after the New England Patriots knocked off the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night to hand them their first loss of 2018.

While there may be some concerns over the new level of pressure for Los Angeles that comes with being the lone undefeated team heading into Week 7, it’s safe to assume that McVay will have his players ready. And instead of worrying about when that first loss may come, the Rams should just be thrilled over escaping with this tough road win since Denver in general is never an easy atmosphere to play in, especially when that defense is on top of their game.

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Plus, whenever a team like Los Angeles earns a victory over one of their former players like Case Keenum, it makes the win that much more special since the quarterback most likely had some sort of revenge on his mind. So without wasting anymore time, let’s take a look at three key takeaways for the Rams from Sunday’s win over the Broncos before the team prepares for next weekend’s game against the San Francisco 49ers, although it may not feel the same without Jimmy Garoppolo playing.