After capitalizing on nearly every opportunity, the Rams defense didn’t want to miss a final one.
As the clock ticked toward the two-minute warning Sunday, players gathered on the sideline and posed for a photo to commemorate a performance they won’t soon forget.
The Rams shut down Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on their way to a 42-7 rout at CenturyLink Field to take a two-game lead in the NFC West with two games remaining on the schedule.
“Any time you win you’re going to be happy,” defensive lineman Aaron Donald said. “But any time it’s a great divisional opponent, when it’s a usual dog fight, to come out on top at their house is a really good...