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The Los Angeles Rams (7-0) maintain their perfect record after a 39-10 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in Santa Clara, CA. 

Aaron Donald and the LA defense established their presence early. The defense finished with a pair of fumbles and interceptions that led the offense to score 24 points, capitalizing on each turnover. 

Linebacker Samson Ebukam and Donald were each responsible for a fumble. Strong safety John Johnson III and cornerback Troy Hill each recorded an interception. Donald set a career high fourth sack of the game in the fourth quarter. 


The Rams led 22-7 after the first half and continued to score. The defense allowed three points in the second half, which led the Rams to play their reserves after establishing a large lead.

The offense was led by the league’s leading rusher Todd Gurley II, who finished with three touchdowns and 88 yards combined.


Gurley also broke Rams Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson’s record for the most touchdowns in the first seven games with 13. 

Quarterback Jared Goff threw for 202 yards and two touchdowns. Goff found wide receiver Brandin Cooks in the third quarter for a 19-yard touchdown and Gurley in the fourth quarter for a 12-yard touchdown.

Los Angeles looks to remain undefeated as they prepare to face Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Oct. 28th.