THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) When the Los Angeles Rams desperately needed a big play in the final minute of their last two games, the defense delivered it.
That knack has the Rams (2-1) off to their best start in the decade despite a litany of concerns about everything from scoring to penalties.
"The sign of a good defense is making big plays," Rams safety T.J. McDonald said. "Whenever you can come up with a big tackle or a turnover, you've got to do it. You keep pressing, and the good teams find a way to do it."