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October 4, 2019

Los Angeles Rams Head Coach Sean McVay during the Week 5 game against the Seattle Seahawks, Oct. 03, 2019.
Los Angeles Rams Head Coach Sean McVay during the Week 5 game against the Seattle Seahawks, Oct. 03, 2019. Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

It’s hard sometimes.

It’s hard to decide when to and when not to. When to yes and when to no. When to cheer and when to yell.

The Los Angeles Rams lost to the Seattle Seahawks tonight by a few inches. The scoreboard said Rams 29, Seahawks 30. That’s a lie.

It was closer.

It was closer because the Rams clearly felt obligated to get RB Todd Gurley involved early. He surpassed his five carries in Week 4 in the opening minutes. (READ MORE) by 3K | Turf Showtimes

Greg Zuerlein‘s game-winning 44-yard field goal try with 15 seconds remaining sailed just outside the right upright as the Seattle Seahawks held on to beat the Los Angeles Rams 30-29 in a wild NFC West matchup Thursday night.

Russell Wilson threw for 268 yards and four touchdowns and Tedric Thompson intercepted a pass that went through the hands of tight end Gerald Everett with just over two minutes to play that had appeared to seal the deal. However, the Rams held Seattle from getting the first down they needed to run out the clock and the Rams got one more chance. (READ MORE) by Curtis Crabtree | Pro Football Talk

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll reacts to the missed field goal that sealed the Seattle Seahawks 30-29 win over the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Thursday October 3, 2019.  (Andy Bao / The Seattle Times)
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll reacts to the missed field goal that sealed the Seattle Seahawks 30-29 win over the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink… (Andy Bao / The Seattle Times

The Seahawks delivered a statement on Thursday, all right, just as they intended.

But it was one that morphed from a scream of triumph into a wince of agony, and then back to a euphoric release of unbridled joy, all in a final 10 minutes of play that evoked every emotion in the human spectrum. (READ MORE) by Larry Stone | Seattle Times

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