The Los Angeles Rams christened their return to the west coast with a dud against the San Francisco 49ers. In a nationally televised game, the Rams failed to score at all as they were shutout 28-0.

Not only were the Rams the only team not to score in week one, they lost by the biggest point margin in the entire league. The last time there was a shutout in the first week of the season was in 2009, and it was, you guessed it, the Rams who coincidently lost to the Seattle Seahawks by the score of 28-0.

Monday Night Game Recap:

Nothing went right for the Rams last night, and the frustration boiled over. Aaron Donald was ejected after multiple personal foul calls and for striking an official. Fortunately for the Rams, it sounds like he won’t be suspended for next week against Seattle.

Ignoring the final score, the Rams defense held San Francisco’s offense to just 14 points for three quarters. The offense could not muster up any points to help out their defense.

Todd Gurley was a non-factor all night as he only totaled 47 yards on 17 carries for a grand total of 2.8 yards per carry.

The Rams’ $42 million dollar man, Tavon Austin, could not get anything going, despite a chunk of the offense being ran through him.

Supposed future of the franchise, Jared Goff, stood on the sideline in street clothes and watched as Case Keenum threw for just 130 yards and two interceptions. Despite this awful performance, head coach Jeff Fisher has decided that Case Keenum will still be the starting quarterback moving forward.

The only silver lining that can come from a performance like that is that it can’t get much worse. Regardless, it was still a hell of a welcome home party for the Los Angeles fans.

However, Tuesday brings a new day with new news that will help the world to forget about the team’s terrible performance in week one.

New Automotive Sponsorship for the Rams

Despite the awful showing on Monday night, Hyundai has still decided to become the Rams official automotive sponsor, the company announced Tuesday.

NFL Releases New Color Rush Jerseys

The NFL released their color rush uniforms Tuesday, and the Rams are featured in a bright, mustard yellow. However, there is a catch.

The Rams will be selling the jersey, but the players themselves won’t actually be wearing them on the field.

This is mainly because of the complaints from colorblind viewers, that had trouble watching the game last year when the league first implemented the color rush jerseys.

Rams Reportedly Give Michael Brockers Three-year Extension

The Rams have reportedly agreed to a three-year extension with defensive tackle Michael Brockers.

Brockers is currently in his fifth year and has started 61 of the 62 games he has played in. He has racked up 14.5 sacks throughout his career and is a big part of the Rams’ ferocious defensive line.


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