The Rams used a strong second quarter to take control, scoring 10 unanswered points. Both teams traded multiple field goals in the second half, but Seattle was unable to find the endzone in the game's final minutes. Russell Wilson was picked off by cornerback Bradley Fletcher, sealing Seattle's fate.
The Rams improved to 2-2 on the season, while the Seahawks fell to 2-2.
Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch went full beast mode for the Seahawks, accumulating 155 total yards and a touchdown. St. Louis wide receiver Danny Amendola continued his hot start to the season, picking up 55 yards and a touchdown of his own.
Russell Wilson, on the other hand, struggled big time. He threw three interceptions to go along with a modest 160 passing yards.
The Rams used a bit of trickery to score a second-quarter touchdown, using a fake field goal from punter Johnny Hekker to hit Danny Amendola in the back of the endzone. See the play for yourself.
Did they cover?
The Seahawks entered the game as the favorites on the road, but failed to cover the spread after falling to the Rams. They were anywhere between one and three point favorites.