Matthew Stafford, Suffering a finger injury, finished 365 passing yards, a touchdown pass and an interception. Stafford turned his finger back to that spot to Erin Andrews of Fox, and did not enjoy the awkwardness.
Darrell Henderson Jr. ran 82 yards in 17 chariots.
Robert Woods The Seahawks’ secondary was set on fire. He caught 12 catches for 150 yards. Cooper Cup Added seven catches for 92 yards. Stafford’s touchdown pass went to Tyler Hickbee in the third quarter.
The Rams deal with the defense Aaron Donald The owner set the record for professional excuses. He finished one in the game, which was enough to bring him to 88.5. Donald had a total of seven tackles. Nick Scott and Troy Reader each had interruptions.
Seattle had a different experience rocking the green highlighter jersey for the game.
Geno Smith was pushed into the game for injury Russell WilsonHis middle finger was injured. He kept the Seahawks in the game with a touchdown bass D.K. Metcalf To beat a 10-play, 98-yard drive. He led the Seahawks towards a field goal to keep the game close, but completed a potential game-building movement before an interception began in the first play.
Smith’s Touch Down Boss for Metcalfe is his first since 2017.
Wilson exited the game after breaking his middle finger. He tried to play through it but seemed embarrassed to throw the ball. He will not return.
Smith was 17 for 10 with a touchdown pass and interception. Wilson crossed 162 for 152 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Metcolf liked both DT passes. He caught five catches for 98 yards in the game.
The NFL referees had to go deeper into the book in the third quarter as well. Michael Dixon blocked a punt, which he recovered and kicked back. However, the officers were forced to look at it as he appeared to have crossed the boundary of the knife to kick the ball back. The referees ruled that he had not trespassed.
At the start of the game, Tima The Hawk appeared to be harassing a fan at the stand on Lumen Field. The fan did not appear to be seriously injured.
The Rams moved to 4-1 with a major NFC West win. At least 2-3 in Seattle.