Here are three reasons why the Los Angeles Rams deserve to be viewed as one of the big winners from Week 6 against the Denver Broncos.
Even though it was closer than it should have been when looking at how the two teams compare on paper, the Los Angeles Rams were able to hang on for the 23-20 win over the Denver Broncos in Week 6, improving their record to 6-0 on the season. Between poor weather conditions along with the fact this was the second of three road games in a row for the Rams, Sean McVay knew his players would be in for quite the challenge when facing the Broncos, which made this win even more enjoyable to see.
Over the years, there have been times in which Denver’s defense has looked like one of the best units in football, and rightfully so when considering they have a top linebacker in Von Miller leading the way. Compared to other weeks, the Rams didn’t exactly put up as many points as they’re used to scoring, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is they won the game to improve their record to 6-0 on the season.
With a win next weekend over the San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles will have plenty of reasons to be thrilled since this would mean they not only went 3-0 during their tough road trip, but also would have won all four road games to date before the end of October. But before jumping that far ahead into the upcoming weekend, here are three reasons why the Rams were once again one of the big winners of Week 6 following Sunday’s win over the Broncos.