Sunday’s game is one the Los Angeles Rams would prefer to forget, but the final score of 43-20 had some historical significance. Believe it or not, but it’s the first time in NFL history that a game has finished with that score.
It’s officially a Scorigami, the 1,079th unique score in league history. Obviously, the Rams are on the wrong end of that final score and would’ve rather not lost by 23 points, but hey, at least it’s something to remember from the loss.
It’s the fifth time the Rams have had a Scorigami since Sean McVay took over in 2017. The others were a 38-11 win against the Giants in 2021, a 55-40 loss to the Bucs in 2019, a 48-32 win over the 49ers in 2018 and a 54-51 win against the Chiefs in 2018.
LAR 20 – 43 DAL
That's Scorigami!! It's the 1079th unique final score in NFL history.
— Scorigami (@NFL_Scorigami) October 29, 2023