Rams keep rolling, rout Houston Texans, 33-7


Jared Goff threw three touchdowns and the Los Angeles Rams avenged the Dodgers World Series loss to the Astros, by defeating the Houston Texans, 33-7, on Sunday afternoon at the LA Memorial Coliseum. This season, he has 17 catches for 326 yards and seven touchdowns in six games, after he missed the first three weeks with a broken collarbone. On the next play, Goff and Woods connected for a 12-yard touchdown and a 30-7 Rams lead. While attempting to catch a pass in the middle of the field with 6:39 remaining in the period, Fuller was hit hard by Rams safety LaMarcus Joyner. Injuries throughout the defense have decimated the Texans this season. Backed up to his own 6-yard line, quarterback Jared Goff threw a ball with all his might and found Robert Woods, who completed a 94-yard touchdown.

National Football League scoring leader Greg Zuerlein kicked four field goals for the Rams, who hadn't played in LA since early October thanks to two East Coast road trips, a bye and a "home" game in London.

Fuller finished with two catches for 15 yards against Rams.

Houston had the chance for more points late in the first half, but Mark Barron made an interception at the Los Angeles 10.

The Rams, playing at the Coliseum for the first time in a month, did not score a touchdown in the first half against the Houston Texans.

Rams: A trip to Minnesota for an early game next Sunday against former QB Case Keenum and the Vikings.