Robert Woods scores twice in Rams' Week 10 blowout win

  • Robert Woods scores twice in Rams' Week 10 blowout win

Robert Woods scores twice in Rams' Week 10 blowout win

Even though the outcome of Sunday's game against the Houston Texans could have been much different with a healthy Deshaun Watson, the Los Angeles Rams have every reason in the world to be happy after yet another exciting victory in Week 10. The Rams are off to their best start since 2001, when they went 8-1 in St. Louis.

Goff also connected with Sammy Watkins on a 17-yard scoring pass and Woods on a 12-yarder to blow the game open late in the third quarter for the Rams, who led the league in scoring at 32.9 points per game entering the contest. He has now 4 touchdown over his past two games, and has already set a career high in yardage this season.

Donald forced a fumble on Houston's opening possession while sacking Savage, his college teammate at Pitt. Tom Savage turned the ball three times on the day and his only bright spot was his second quarter touchdown pass to Bruce Ellington to give the Texans their only lead of the day at 7-6.

Texans: WR Will Fuller injured his ribs while receiving a huge hit from Rams S Lamarcus Joyner in the first half. "I was seeing everything clear".

"I think what you've heard us say before is the mental toughness", McVay said of Goff.

On 2nd-and-8 from the L.A. six-yard line, quarterback Jared Goff came off of play action, dropped back, and delivered a handsome deep ball to Woods - hitting him in stride on a post route. It was also the longest play from scrimmage by the franchise since 1964.

Zuerlein surpassed his previous career high when he made his 27th field goal of the season shortly before halftime, and he added another in the second half.

The Texans will try to regroup next Sunday when they host the Arizona Cardinals. They'll face former Los Angeles QB Case Keenum and the Vikings.