Here's what the LA Rams are doing differently to win games now

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Rams offense

Since the BYE, the LA Rams offense has learned how to score. In fact, in the three games after the BYE, the Rams' offense is averaging 30 points per game. That's a huge reason, but not the only reason, why the Rams are suddenly so successful.

Of course, the Rams have not exactly faced the toughest defenses in the NFL since Week 10. The Rams have faced the defenses of the Seattle Seahawks (Avg 24.2 PPG - Ranked 25th in NFL), the Arizona Cardinals (Avg 25.5 PPG - Ranked 30th in NFL), and the Cleveland Browns (Avg 20.4 PPG - Ranked 10th in the NFL)

But look how dominating the Browns defense was performing before facing the Rams:

In a nutshell, the Rams offense is beginning to understand the brushstrokes and hues required to artistically balance their offense well enough to give the team an advantage on game day. With the Rams offense now averaging 22.3 points per game, the Rams offense has ascended to the 12th-ranked scoring offense in the NFL now, and improving with each week.

The Rams are finally warming up to the idea that running the football is like getting a good night's sleep. Everything seems to work better if you do so. The Rams have rushed 27 times (31 passes), 33 times (33 passes), and finally 25 times (37 passes) in each of their past three games respectively.

That has not only given fits to opposing defenses, the practice has truly helped keep the Rams defense refreshed and energized.