Los Angeles Rams Over New York Giants
The New York Giants were missing a ton of their key players according to HustleTV. Thus, it was no surprise how the Los Angeles Rams took care of business and routed them, 38-11. Their star players Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp had big games on the way to big victories and the Giants’ defence did not have an answer. Kupp entered the game second in the league with 37 impressive catches and he continued his great play for the rams. There is no doubt he is on his way towards becoming such a great player if he already is not one.
At halftime, the Giants trailed 28-3 and coach Joe Judge was extremely disappointed by their defence or lack thereof. Therefore, he challenged them to play more of that in the second half. The Los Angeles Rams dealt with some questionable calls made by the officials. They were able to go through them all. When the New York Giants went down 25 points, their fans immediately realize there won’t be any miraculous comebacks since they were missing many of their star players. You have to give it to them for coming out and giving it their all though. Unfortunately, the injuries piled up for both teams during the game. For the Rams, Johnny Mundt and Jake Allen left the game really early. For the Giants, Kadarius Toney suffered an ankle injury and did not return.
The Los Angeles Rams were not particularly happy with their start as they fell behind 3-0 in the opening quarter. It did not take too long for them to regain their groove as they scored 38 straight points. The win marked their fifth consecutive one and it was an impressive one being in a hostile road environment. With the win, the Rams ran their win-loss record to a remarkable 5-1 for the season.
However, with the loss, the New Giants dropped to the complete opposite which is 1-5. It remains to be seen whether the Giants can make a run when their injured players return in the near future. Stafford’s wonderful pass to Kupp in the fourth pretty much sealed the victory on this day. It was actually a celebration of sorts for the Giants as they celebrated their 10th year anniversary of that huge Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots who had Tom Brad at that time. Their coach at that time, Tom Coughlin actually spoke to the fans at the end of the game or at least what was left of them. Due to the game being way out of hand, most of them left the arena in order to avoid traffic and you can’t really blame them for doing so. Up next for the Rams is Stafford’s old team the Lions as they continue their road trip. On the other hand, the Giants are staying home to take on Carolina. Both games are going to be happening next Sunday and you can bet the whole world is going to be watching.
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