Grading the offense for the Los Angeles Rams has become somewhat predictable, but let’s be honest, LA does it better than just about everyone else, and Week 10 in the Coliseum was no exception.
Scoring 30 plus points a game has also become a necessity. As the Rams defense sputters, it’s the Los Angeles offense that is keeping this team at the top of the NFC, or at least close to or along with the New Orleans Saints.
On Sunday afternoon, Rams quarterback Jared Goff continues to be steady. He’s also become quietly reliable for a worthy stat-line. Goff would complete 28 passes on 39 attempts for 318 yards and two touchdowns. In a tight game with the Seahawks, he also avoided any turnovers via the interception.
Same goes for their MVP candidate. Gurley continues to be the surest thing for the Rams offense. He would quietly rush for 120 yards on 16 carries and a touchdown as well as having another 40 yards on three pass receptions.
Contributions poured in on Week 10 as both Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett also kicked-in with touchdown receptions. To help round out the scoring, receiver Brandin Cooks would add a rushing touchdown for the LA effort.