Cooper Kupp of Los Angeles Rams out for season with torn ACL

Cooper Kupp of Los Angeles Rams out for season with torn ACL

"We aren't slowing down". "I love the way we're playing". "That's just the way it goes, so we'll figure that out".

Still, it's devastating for a team with Super Bowl hopes. Mike Davis would handle the bulk of the work in Carson's place for the Seahawks this week. Kupp was seen going to the locker room with assistance from the team's training staff. Is he ever? And Gurley ran for 120 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 40 more yards. Both scored touchdowns against Seattle.

Except this year, when the fourth-quarter mistakes by Wilson have overshadowed his late-game successes.

The Rams left tackle will donate his check for Sunday's game against the Seahawks to the Ventura County Community Foundation's Conejo Valley Victims Fund, which was set up to aid the families of the 12 victims who died from a shooting at a Thousand Oaks bar Wednesday.

Chiefs-Rams game in Mexico City in jeopardy over field conditions
But the intense activity in the last few months has prevented the grass from reaching an optimum state. The 87,000-seat venue has hosted two Mexican league soccer games and a pop concert since November 3.

The Los Angeles Rams canceled practice Friday after a wildfire forced about 20 players and coaches to evacuate their homes. Seattle gashed L.A. for 273 yards rushing, which is the most the Rams have allowed since DeMarco Murray's breakout game in 2011. That was the lone turnover of the game, and the Rams made the Seahawks pay for it. "It's tough, but fortunately we've got guys that are ready to step up". If we can make one or two plays here or there across the board — offensive, defensive, special teams, whatever it may be — we can turn that around really easily. Something's a little up.

"Josh Reynolds has definitely demonstrated he's more than capable", McVay said. "I used to be a kicker in high school, so I saw his approach change right when he was about to kick the ball, so I knew what it was".

The only one-score game the Seahawks have won this season was arguably one of its uglier performances when Sebastian Janikowski kicked a 52-yard field goal on the final play to beat Arizona in Week 4. It starts on Thursday night against Green Bay and also includes a game at Carolina (Nov. 25) and home games against Minnesota (Dec. 10) and Kansas City (Dec. 23). "A loss is a loss", Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner said. Seattle lost a fairly ugly game in week nine. There's still a lot of football left. "We have great confidence in that and what we're going to do".

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