Rams Beat Colts 27-24 in NFL Week 2 Action

On Sunday at 1 p.m., the Los Angeles Rams (1-0) will visit Lucas Oil Stadium to take on the winless Indianapolis Colts (0-1).

Carson Wentz, the team’s quarterback, is leading the Colts despite their recent loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1 and their current injury woes.

Rams Beat Colts 27-24 in NFL Week 2 Action

The Rams are led by quarterback Matthew Stafford and are fresh off an impressive Week 1 victory over the Chicago Bears.

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Bending Defense of Rams 

Defense-wise, the Rams bowed a bit, but they didn’t crack. In the first half, they got two tremendous goal line holds defensively, holding the Colts to zero points on two drives that reached within the 10-yard line.

Indianapolis gave the ball back on downs at the one-yard line after Leonard Floyd had a sack on fourth down. As for the second, it was a shovel pass that Troy Reeder picked off.

After a somewhat quiet first game, Floyd came out swinging in this one, making a crucial sack on fourth down and nearly getting home for a couple more before Carson Wentz eluded him each time.

When the Rams’ punt snap hit P.P. Nick Scott in the arm and bounced into the end zone, it was the worst play of the game. In the fourth quarter, the Colts scored a touchdown on it to take a 21-14 lead.

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On Sunday afternoon, the Indianapolis Colts dropped to 0-2 after losing 27-24 to the Los Angeles Rams at home in Lucas Oil Stadium in a close, back-and-forth contest.

The Colts had more opportunities than usual to take control of the game against the Rams and even put themselves in position to recover the lead.

And win late in the game, in contrast to the previous week when they were never in a position to do so.