Los Angeles Rams Vs Seattle Seahawks

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The Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks are two teams in the National Football League. The teams compete against each other on the field and have long been rivals. The rivalry has many fans who are passionate about their teams and the sport. Fans often attend game days for a taste of the rivalry.

Since 2002, the Rams and Seahawks have played each other 46 times, with a combined record of 25-21-0. They’ve also met twice in the playoffs. The Rams have played in Seattle’s CenturyLink Field, which has one of the best home-field advantages in the NFL.

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The Rams and Seahawks play this weekend in a key NFC West showdown. However, several Rams players have tested positive for COVID and could be inactive for the game. The NFL is investigating factors that led to the positive results. The Seahawks have also added six players to their COVID protocol.

Seattle’s special teams also played a key role in this game. Matt Gay had two kickoffs go out of bounds, and Tutu Atwell fumbled a ball. The Seahawks’ punter, Michael Dickson, blocked one of the Rams’ punts, but recovered it and punted it successfully. Despite all of this, the Rams still ended up with the victory in this game.

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While the Rams did lose some key players in this game, their offense still had plenty of offensive weapons. Sony Michel and Kupp combined for 115 yards on 20 touches. But the Seahawks’ offense struggled to move the ball against the Rams’ defense. The defense received a strong performance from Carlos Dunlap, who recorded three sacks of Matthew Stafford.

Russell Wilson is a quarterback who has been a reliable starter for the Seahawks this season. Even though he’s been ineffective at times, he’s still given the team the best chance to win. Russell Wilson is healthy, and he kept the Rams game close. Despite the late touchdown from Tyler Lockett, a field goal miss and a penalty kept the game in doubt. In the end, Geno Smith couldn’t close the deal and the Rams took the win.

Super Bowl LVI will take place just 53 days from now, and the Rams and Seahawks won’t miss their last chance to reach the Super Bowl. If you want to watch the Rams and Seahawks game at home, you can stream the game on Fox. This week’s game will air live on Fox, with Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston broadcasting from the booth. If you don’t have cable or satellite television, you can sign up for fuboTV.

The Rams last met the Seattle Seahawks 10 weeks ago. At that time, the Seahawks were still considered a contender. Now, they have lost three of their last five games and need a win to make the playoffs. The game is crucial for both teams.

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