In a relatively low-scoring affair, the Los Angeles Rams held on to beat the reeling Seattle Seahawks 20-10. Seattle took a 10-3 lead early in the third quarter, but the Rams generated 17 straight points for the win.
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Cooper Kupp continued his scintillating campaign with nine catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns while Matthew Stafford was an efficient 21-for-29 for 244 yards. Seattle couldn’t get much going on offense, as Russell Wilson topped out at 156 passing yards.
Stafford was effective and his pass-catchers made the most of his passes. Forty-three percent of his passing yards came after the catch. He finished with a 2.78-second average time to throw seconds and a 8.1-yard average depth of target.
Matthew Stafford by Target Depth
Sony Michel handled 75% of the Rams' handoffs to running backs. He carried the ball 18 times for 92 yards — 86 of which came after contact — and forced nine missed tackles.
Wide Receiver/Tight End
Kupp was targeted 13 times and finished with 4.25 yards per route run. Odell Beckham Jr. was only targeted three times on his 31 routes, leading to just one catch for seven yards.
Andrew Whitworth allowed just one pressure, although it did turn into a sack; however, every other Rams offensive lineman allowed multiple pressures. Bobby Evans allowed four pressures and two sacks while Austin Corbett also allowed four pressures but did not give up a sack.
Against the run, Ernest Jones earned five tackles, including two deemed defensive stops, but also missed two tackles. He was targeted just twice and gave up one completion for 11 yards and a first down in coverage.
Jalen Ramsey — often shadowing DK Metcalf — allowed just two completions for 16 yards on five targets while forcing two incompletions. Darious Williams allowed all three of his targets to be completed but only for 18 yards and no first downs.
Wilson finished with just five yards per attempt as he tried to throw the ball quickly, recording a 2.34-second average time to throw. He was sacked three times.
Russell Wilson Under Pressure
Rashaad Penny and DeeJay Dallas split the handoffs for the Seahawks. Dallas made the most of his eight carries, as he went for 41 yards — 26 of which came after contact — while forcing two missed tackles.
Wide Receiver/Tight End
Metcalf was targeted nine times but could only come down with five catches for 41 yards and one drop. Gerald Everett was the only Seahawks pass-catcher who hauled in more than one ball, as he caught all four of his targets for 60 yards.
Jordyn Brooks finished with five defensive stops in the run game and three were for a loss or no gain. Bobby Wagner was targeted repeatedly against the pass giving up eight catches on 10 targets for 72 yards, five first downs and a touchdown.