5 insane stats from Rams' win over Seattle in Week 10

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In general, the Rams have allowed more than 30 points in five games this season. Over the past two seasons, Seattle is 5-11 in one-score games.

"We feel like we are a lot better than our record shows", linebacker Bobby Wagner said. "We need to grow from it".

"Fortunately, we got away with it", he said, "and we can learn without having to truly learn the hard way". Pete doesn't want us to get down on ourselves. "We have to apply that to the rest of the season". After a deep kickoff, the Seahawks used their first two time outs and the Rams (9-1) had third and 14 with 1:40 remaining. But its defense must improve starting this week. You're going to go through those stretches, but that's why we've got short memories. Only 12 of those players have at least two multi-sack games, while Donald is the lone defender with four such games. "I'd like that opportunity", Carroll said on Monday. "I love the way we're playing".

Curiously, Penny had only one other carry in the first half, for no gain on a fruitless 2-minute drive past midfield late in the second quarter. Penny has not played a major role on the Seahawks offense this season and is actually the third running back on the depth chart.

The Saints have averaged more than 36 points a game in their nine outings so far, and the Bengals never looked like staunching the scoring in Sunday's clash in Cincinnati.

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Goff passed for 318 yards, with touchdowns to tight ends Gerald Everett and Tyler Higbee. Goff said. "She heard it!" "It's just consistency. That's the common denominator, the consistency at the line of scrimmage".

Sunday's victory was not secured until a fourth-down pass by Russell Wilson fell incomplete in Rams territory with 18 seconds left.

The NFL has had numerous instances in which it bungled the punishment of players who were either accused of or found guilty of domestic abuse, most notably the cases of Ray Rice (where video evidence of the abuse was released) and Greg Hardy (in which he was found guilty but later walked). It took us a while to zero in on what we needed to do to stop the running game. "I think it's really powerful when you have guys like him that kind of can take that ownership".

"They did a great job adjusting and adapting", McVay said. "He just hasn't been able to demonstrate it".

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