The Los Angeles Rams pulled through with a 24-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in London during Week 8.
Even though the contest turned out to be closer than expected, all that matters is the Los Angeles Rams found a way to earn their second win in a row after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 24-10 in London.
With Los Angeles entering the bye week with a 5-3 record, the win certainly puts the Rams in great position heading into the month of November, but also the Rams still have plenty of work on their plate over the next two months.
For starters, despite the Rams sitting pretty with five wins after Week 8, the defending NFC champions still trail both the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers when it comes to the division standings.
Still, as mentioned before, the good news for Los Angeles is plenty can happen from now until the end of December, and the main focus at the moment should be all of the positive factors that took place overseas in the win over Cincinnati.
Obviously, it’s tough to make too big of a deal over a game like this since the Bengals have yet to win a single game, and the Rams continue to look like a legitimate playoff contender in the NFC.
But since every game is important when it comes to the NFL, it only seems fair to discuss what took place for Los Angeles in Week 8.
So with the game officially in the books, here are three reasons to support why the Rams turned out to be big winners from over the weekend after taking down the Bengals.