"I don't know if it's fun for the whole team, but it's cool", Goff said. Goff's four TD passes were the most in a first half by a Rams quarterback since Warner did it in 1999. "We're going to have to look at everything we're doing and get back to doing things correctly".
What's troubling to Zimmer is that this is the same scheme the Vikings faced a year ago and held to seven points at U.S. Bank Stadium.More news: India Supreme Court overturns ban on women at Sabarimala temple
"We're really clicking right now", Goff said. The Rams racked up 556 yards of total offense, with Jared Goff throwing five TD passes against a suddenly reeling Minnesota defense in an entertaining 38-31 win.
The Rams had first and goal at the Minnesota 6 early in fourth quarter but couldn't get into the end zone, and Sam Ficken botched a 28-yard field-goal attempt. "To get a chance to go against him like that and kind of duke it out, I told him after the game how much I appreciated the battle with him". Three Rams receivers - Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks - all surpassed 100 receiving yards. "Offensively we moved the ball well, but we had too many missed tackles, and too many people were left wide open".
In a game that exposed Minnesota Vikings corner Trae Waynes as a guy who is often missing-in-action on big plays, Hughes may be asked to do even more in the Minnesota secondary in coming weeks.More news: Donald Trump Tweets Victorious After Brett Kavanaugh’s Pugnacious Testimony: "Senate Must Vote!"
"Yeah, I'm concerned", Zimmer said. Over the past three games, they've given up an average of 24 points in first halves.
"Jared put it in about a six-inch box that only he could fit it into, " McVay said. "I wouldn't want to go against him".
Kupp's 70-yard reception against the Vikings was the longest of his career. Woods' 31-yard touchdown found Barr trailing another receiver in coverage yet again.More news: I've gone up a level under Maurizio Sarri, says Eden Hazard
Minnesota defensive end Everson Griffen posted a message on Instagram expressing his gratitude for support from his team and family.