How important it may or may not be for the Rams to go out and be expected to score 30 plus points a game is an unknown, but make no mistake that Week 6 against the Denver Broncos looks to be something of an anomaly.
The Los Angeles Rams are an absolute machine on offense, making you think that 30 or more points per game is simply a state of mind in LA.
Look at the stat line for the offense, and it doesn’t really leap of the page. But when you watch and notice the variations of ways the Rams can generate points, it’s not just impressive for Los Angeles fans, but likely terrifying for the rest of the league and opponents still to come on the schedule.
Jared Goff was 18 of 24 for 202 yards and two touchdowns. The leading rusher was Malcolm Brown who had 65 yards on 13 carries. Likely MVP candidate Todd Gurley was off of the torrid pace he’s set by rushing for only 63 yards on 15 carries, but found the end zone twice on the ground and once through the air. Receiver Brandin Cooks would add four catches for 64 yards also finding the end zone for LA.
Notice nothing extraordinary, but do notice balance. The Rams don’t need heroics every Sunday to be undefeated.
Rams offense – A.