Los Angeles will have a short week ahead of them as they head to San Francisco to renew their rivalry with the Niners on Thursday Night Football.
Washington Redskins running back Rob Kelley was en route to a career day.
"We're a work in progress on offense, trying to find our identity, what we do well and what we want to feature", said Cousins, who was 18 of 27 for 179 yards and one touchdown.
"We're at the point where it can go either way", Goff said. Keeping him in check will be essential to slowing down the Redskins passing attack.
Follow along as we bring you live updates and analysis from the game from kickoff through the final whistle in the comments section below.
Lewis Hamilton congratulates Mercedes for shock victory in Singapore
Daniel Ricciardo , who topped the Friday practice sessions, was the third fastest with 1:39.840. I feel prepared, so I'm not surprised with our performance.
Gurley's stunning TD came off one of his three catches for 48 yards in the game, while he added a further 88 and a score on the ground, off 16 carries. But the Rams' opponent Sunday at the Los Angeles Coliseum, Washington, didn't hand them the game.
The Washington Redskins picked up their first win of the 2017 season on Sunday, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 27-20 in a game that could have been much worse in favor of Washington. McVay said cornerback Kayvon Webster (shoulder), tight end Gerald Everett (thigh) and running back Malcolm Brown (hamstring) would not have been able to practice.
The Rams offensive racked up 373 total yards plus two defensive touchdowns and a safety in the win against the Colts.
The Redskins won the first five games between the two teams from November, 1937 to November, 1944. The line baits the Washington front into a rush, allowing Gurley to leak out on a screen play with a linebacker in single coverage.
It was surprising to see the number of times Washington left Donald in one-on-one matchups, considering how dominant he can be against both the run and the pass.
Eagles put too much on Carson Wentz, again
Even if the Chiefs move to throwing the ball more , you can bet that it is because the running game is viewed as such a threat. The potential for big plays between the two is clearly there, they just need to work out the nuts and bolts through practice.
The three-time Pro Bowler said afterwards that he felt good on Sunday, but didn't shy away from criticizing himself, either.
The Washington defense gave up several big plays to Todd Gurley, but the offense dominated time of possession (36:19 to 23:41) and piled up 229 rushing yards en route to a physical victory over former offensive coordinator Sean McVay's Rams.
While the rest of the Rams offense was clicking on all cylinders against the Colts, Gurley struggled to get anything going. But two penalties stalled the drive and the Rams had to settle for the field goal. Chris Thompson and Samaje Perine will split the carries in the second half if Kelley is unable to return.
Despite Gurley's fine efforts, the Rams weren't able to notch a second straight win to start the season, however, with Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins connecting with Ryant Grant for an ultimately game-winning 11-yard touchdown with little under two minutes remaining.
The Rams tied it at 20 after the fake punt.
Samsung hopes to release foldable phone in 2018
Samsung will receive pre-orders in domestic market until August 14, and then officially launch the product on August 15. Both the iPhone X and Galaxy Note 8 are one of the best devices in the market and the most powerful ones too.
- NFL Week 2: 5 biggest winners from Sunday's action
- Odell Beckham Jr. To Play Against Lions Tonight
- Protesters riot for third night in United States city of St. Louis
- Former Alabama TE OJ Howard makes first National Football League reception
- India Seeks Deportation of Rohingya for Security Reasons
- Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen confirms broken right foot
- Bradford out for Vikings, Keenum steps in at Pittsburgh
- Darren Aronofsky disappointed Mother! critics fail to acknowledge his filmmaking skill
- Alvarez is the crowd favorite in Vegas
- Investigators seek answers in Florida nursing home deaths