Rams Debut $5 Billion Stadium & Bring Home First Win Of Season

 Los Angeles Rams take home first win of the season in new $5 billion Sofi Stadium. 

Russell Ray

AfterBuzz TV Host & Writer
Posted On: September 15th, 2020 3:47 pm pst

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The Los Angeles Rams brought home a 20-17 win against the Dallas Cowboys in last night’s Sunday Night Football game at SoFi Stadium. Sally, fans were unable to share the experience live, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The brand new $5 billion stadium will remain fanless until the franchise can come up with a safe, socially distant fan experience. 

Despite the absence of fans in the stadium, the Rams were able to bring home a win with the help of star running back Malcolm Brown. Brown scored the team’s first touchdown at the stadium less than 4 minutes into the game. Brown completed 18 carries, 79 rushing yards, 2 touchdowns, and 3 receptions in total. Brown was favored by the Rams, carrying the ball 61% of the time in comparison to counterparts Cam Akers with 34% and Darrell Denderson with 6%. The pack is currently known as the “three-headed monster” according to Jared Goff.

Wide receiver Robert Woods led the Rams’ pack of receivers totaling 6 completions and 105 yards. 

The Rams recently released former star running back Todd Gurley, who currently plays for the Atlanta Falcons despite having 2 years left in his $60 million contract with Los Angeles. 

Although the Rams’ running game was the main reason for their first win, the offensive line also played an impeccable game. Quarterback Jared Goff was only hit by defensive players a total of three times during the game. 

Opponents Dallas Cowboys took a major hit in the first quarter by losing starting linebacker Leighton Vander Esch to a collarbone injury from a play, which may have majorly given the Rams an advantage. 

The team’s continued success will depend on if the offensive line can avoid a list of injured star players like Joe Noteboom, who is back from knee surgery. 

The Rams will play the Philadelphia Eagles in next Sunday’s game, who are fresh off a loss to Washington Football. It’s expected that Malcolm Brown will be Philadelphia’s target for the game.  

The game will air Sunday, 9/20, at 10 AM PST.

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