LA Rams: Finding the silver lining in the loss to the Buffalo Bills

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The LA Rams almost pulled off a historic comeback win against the Buffalo Bills. However, they ultimately came up just short.

One of the best games of Week 3 was the LA Rams against the Buffalo Bills, as two undefeated teams squared off.

For the Rams, things looked really bad early on. At halftime, the Rams were down 21-3 and were showing no signs of slowing down Josh Allen and the Bills offense. In the first two games, the Rams’ defense has been pretty good, however, Allen was picking them apart in the passing game.

Despite being down early, a lot of credit has to go to the Rams for not giving up. They were able to fight back in the game, as the offense got rolling and the defense finally figured out how to slow down Allen a bit.

Unfortunately for the Rams, they were unable to hold on to their lead once they got, as Allen had one of the best drives of his young career to lead the Bills down the field with just a few seconds left on the clock.

It was a tough loss for the Rams considering they came back from being down 28-3 in the game and nearly won it. However, they should take pride in the way they didn’t give up and were actually able to mount a comeback like that.

While the Rams came into the season with a three-headed monster at the running back position, it might be Darrell Henderson who is emerging as the top running back. In the loss, Henderson totaled 114 rushing yards on 20 carries with a touchdown.

This was another great showing by Henderson who really picked up the slack for the team with Cam Akers out.

Even though this was a tough loss for the Rams, they have a great chance to bounce back next week against the New York Giants, who haven’t played well this season. Hopefully, we see the Rams bounce back nicely in Week 4.