This fact about the Rams-Seahawks rivalry is a good sign for LA in Week 5

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The Rams and Seahawks have been bitter rivals for about 20 years, playing each other twice a season and meeting 47 times in history. The Seahawks hold a slight edge in the all-time series, 25-22, but the Rams have more or less owned them as of late.

While the Rams are 6-3 against Seattle under Sean McVay, their strong record of success goes back to 2015. In fact, it’s been seven years since the last time they failed to follow up a win against the Seahawks with a second consecutive victory.

The last time they failed to win back-to-back games against the Seahawks was in 2014 when they beat them on Oct. 19 and then lost on Dec. 28. Other than that, every other time since then, they’ve won at least two consecutive games against Seattle when given the chance to.

Check out this results table from the Football Database.

That’s a lot of consecutive wins against the Seahawks, which is a great sign for Thursday night considering they beat Seattle in their last meeting. Is another winning streak bound to begin tonight?

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