It’s hard to stop an offense with efficient passing and effective running and that’s exactly what LA Rams head coach Sean McVay has built through the first two games of the 2020 season. This is practically the ideal start for the 2-0 Rams and in some ways they’ve already ranked first in passing with a top-five rushing offense and no less than an above average pass defense against two quarterbacks who were thought to be quite good.
Brown and Henderson took over, but midway through the fourth quarter, Brown exited because of a finger injury and did not return, leaving Henderson as the only available back. "He's a player that we love and love a lot of different ways," quarterback Jared Goff said after the game. "It was exciting to see him kind of get a chance to shine today."
Darious Williams intercepted a pass in the end zone intended for Eagles receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside in the third quarter Sunday to keep the Rams' lead.