Two Rams were among PFF’s highest-graded players in NFL for Week 6

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It was a great week for the Rams defense against the Giants, limiting New York to only 11 points and taking the ball away four times. Taylor Rapp had two of those takeaways, as he picked off Daniel Jones twice, while Ogbonnia Okoronkwo was at the center of another turnover with his strip-sack.

Considering the frequent questions about the quality of Raheem Morris’ defense, this was a great performance against a bad offense. Both Rapp and Okoronkwo received some recognition for their showings, earning PFF grades that put them among the 18 best players in the NFL for Week 6.

Okoronkwo was ninth with a grade of 91.6, while Rapp was 16th with a grade of 90.5. Here’s a full list of the players who received grades of at least 90.0 in Week 6.

Okoronkwo and Rapp are key players for the Rams, replacing the likes of Justin Hollins and John Johnson. Okoronkwo has played well since being activated off injured reserve, and Rapp finally bounced back after a slow start to the season.