Los Angeles Rams: Top 5 Individual Performances From Week 7 Win vs. 49ers

The Los Angeles Rams continued their dominance in Week 7, defeating the San Francisco 49ers 39-10. With the win, the Rams improve to 7-0 on the season.

This marks the first time the Rams are 7-0 since 1985. The 1999-2001 Rams all started 6-0, but failed to win their seventh game every time.

This team was not to be denied though, winning in impressive fashion. It was a complete game from all four aspects of the game. They dominated on offense, defense, special teams and coaching.

After yet another double-digit victory, the Rams point differential now sits at +107 on the year. This is first in the NFL, with second place being the Kansas City Chiefs at a +78.

All Rams fans should be ecstatic seeing their team grow into a Super Bowl contender rather quickly. Just two years ago, the Rams were 4-12, becoming a franchise who was falling apart.

That was all under the regime of Jeff Fisher though. Sean McVay has seemingly used the neuralyzer from Men in Black, to erase all of our horrific memories of the Fisher era.

Back to yesterday, there were plenty of guys who stood out for the Rams. I could likely name 15-20 guys, but I’ll just stick to the top five individual performances from the Rams victory yesterday.

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