James Laurinaitis

LA Rams celebrate homecoming by shutting down Seahawks, 9-3

Alec Ogletree and Case Keenum figure they'll always remember the passion and excitement of the Rams' first home game back in Los Angeles.

Sure, the details of the Rams' 9-3 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday might fade with time.

That's probably fine for both teams, too.

Highlights were scarce while both teams failed to reach the end zones of the Coliseum, which welcomed back the NFL after a 21-season absence. Instead, the Rams' defense decided it with an effort that showed Los Angeles (1-1) can win this season even without much of an offense.

Ogletree sealed it with 45 seconds to play, falling on a fumble by Christine Michael. The Rams' new middle...