Along with containing Russell, the Rams are overall a better team than the Seahawks, but always play down to their level when they go head-to-head. The San Diego State product carried the ball 12 times for 108 yards and a touchdown. Los Angeles is the better team. "Hoping today provided a little bit of joy and regularity for those people". Los Angeles was coming off a loss the work before to the Saints. After running 42 times for 146 yards in his first eight games, Penny ran 12 times for 108 yards and his first National Football League touchdown in the 36-31 loss and earned a pat on the back from head coach Pete Carroll after the game.
"We made a big mistake to give up the ball and a great sack by their guy", Carroll said. "We've all been affected by it". They have a hard schedule remaining and are sitting at 4-5 on a two-game losing streak. Seattle didn't and they are now 4-5.
"I feel like I've grown up the last two to three weeks", Penny said. In a relief spot, Reynolds caught four passes for 61 yards and 2 touchdowns.
"Just to continue to push in all areas, to tax himself in all aspects of it", Carroll said. Carroll was asked what he meant with several postgame comments about how Seattle's coaches had been sternly pushing Penny and "challenging him to get right". "That's a statement to guys running the football". He also scored a TD in his franchise-record 13th consecutive game, extending his franchise record. They drove 75 yards on seven plays on the game's opening possession, with Wilson throwing a 8-yard pass to Vannett for the score.
Donald has a career-high 12½ sacks already this season.
The biggest issue for the Seahawks, assuming Penny can replicate this performance, with regards to the backfield now is who will get carries and which players does the team want to retain in the future.
The Los Angeles Rams helmets on the bench during their game against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 10, 2018 in Oakland, California.
Kupp missed two games earlier this season with a knee injury.
The Los Angeles Rams avoided an upset against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, beating their division rivals 36-31 at home.
Seahawks: A short week to host the Green Bay Packers on Thursday.