Crazy But True: LA Rams Have A Better Record This Year When They Don’t Score A TD


The Rams beat the Jets on Sunday in the most Rams/Jets game ever, one that ended with a score of 9-6.

With a total of eight punts, three turnovers, and fewer than 300 yards of offense per team, the game was essentially a field goal shootout.

With the win, Los Angeles won their second game of the season in which they didn’t score a touchdown.

One would think they not being able to score a touchdown would be a cause for concern, but not with this team. If anything Rams fans should be upset when their team scores a TD.

The Rams actually have a better record when they don’t score a single touchdown all game.

Via SB Nation –
Th Rams’ other touchdown-less win came in Week 2 when they beat the Seahawks, 9-3. They were also shut out, 28-0, in their season opener against the 49ers. They’ve gone 2-4 in all other games, including a loss in the game they posted their most yards (387 against the Lions).

The last time a team won two games in one season without a scoring a touchdown was 2002, when the eventual Super Bowl champion Buccaneers won 15-0 against the Bears and 12-9 against the Panthers during the regular season. Don’t expect the Rams to have the same success.

The Rams’ win improved their record to 4-5, putting them well on pace for some “7-9 bullsh*t.” Nothing about the Rams makes any sense, and Jeff Fisher is probably a Ponzi scheme.