After Matthew Stafford’s second touchdown pass, the Rams’ lead is bigger than it was originally.

After Matthew Stafford’s second touchdown pass, the Rams’ lead is bigger than it was originally.

The Los Angeles Rams’ attack is on fire against the New Orleans Saints on Thursday Night Football at SoFi Stadium.

Even though it’s hard to believe, this might be the best stretch in football Stafford played in his time in Los Angeles.

There was one minute left in the subsequent quarter yet all three timeouts were still used.  Matthew Stafford, quarterback for the Rams, led his team to a 58-yard touchdown in five plays and scored from four yards out, using just 35 seconds of time.

Stafford’s great play over the last five games has been even better. In those games, he has thrown for 1,259 yards, 14 touchdowns, and only one interception.

Robinson has now caught six passes for 82 yards, which is the most on the team. It was his fourth touchdown grab in the past seven games.

The Rams won the coin toss and chose to go to the second half, so they will start with the football.

With a 30–22 win over the New Orleans Saints upon Thursday night, Matthew Stafford threw for 328 yards and two scores, and rookie Puka Nacua caught nine passes for 164 yards and a touchdown. The Los Angeles Rams moved ahead in the NFC playoff race.

The Rams (8-7) won their fifth game in a row and are now above.500 for the first time since Week 1. Kyren Williams ran for 104 yards as well as a touchdown, and Demarcus Robinson caught a pass for 82 yards and another touchdown.

With its second win to five days during what the team calls a “remodeling season,” Los Angeles moved ahead of Minnesota (7-7) and into sixth place in the NFC standings.

It is now trying to secure a last-place playoff spot and a possible first-round matchup with Stafford’s old team, the Detroit Lions.

With 12:44 left in the fourth quarter, Los Angeles was ahead 30–7 after scoring on six of its first eight opportunities. However, for the second week in a row, it let the other team make it interesting.

Derek Carr threw touchdowns to Juwan Johnson or A.T. Perry for the Saints’ next two plays. With 3:53 left in the game, a two-point conversion cut the Rams’ lead to eight points.

But Nacua recovered a onside kick then got a key touchdown on a 9-yard jet sweep. The Rams then won their fourth straight game by running out the time.

Carr threw for 319 yards and a touchdown from Rashid Shaheed from 45 yards out early in the game for the Saints (7-8).

Their two-game victory streak ended because they got off to a terrible start and gave up 458 yards.

Even though this loss hurts the chances, New Orleans is still very much in the running for a playoff spot as well as the NFC South title. It has two games left in the season, starting with a New Year’s Eve game against Tampa Bay.

In his 15th NFL season, Stafford had yet another great game near the end. In the Rams’ last five games, he has thrown 14 touchdowns and one interception.

This is only the third occasion in his career that he has thrown multiple touchdowns in five straight games.

The Los Angeles Rams beat the Washington Commanders 28–20 on Sunday thanks to Matthew Stafford’s 258-yard passing and scores to Cooper Kupp or Demarcus Robinson.

The Rams (7-7) showed off Kupp’s play with a 62-yard touchdown catch right after halftime. This helped them win four of their five games and move towards the playoff picture, even though they called it a “remodeling season.”

Kyren Williams recovered from losing his first two fumbles in the NFL to rush for 152 yards or a score as his Rams moved into one of the three wild-card spots in the NFC playoffs. New Orleans and Minnesota are also 7-7.

The Commanders (4-10) were mostly shut down by the Rams’ defense in the first three quarters. However, Washington’s substitute quarterback Jacoby Brissett kept things interesting in his first major playing time of the season.

Brissett took over for Sam Howell to the fourth quarter and led the Commanders to two touchdowns right away.

They have lost five straight games. Curtis Samuel snagged two touchdowns, one of which was a 3-yard grab via 1:46 left in the game.

The Commanders scored their first points when Howell threw a touchdown pass to Samuel from 19 yards out in the third quarter.

However, they came back following their bye week with more of the exact same defensive problems, offensive problems, and mental mistakes that have plagued the first three months for coach Ron Rivera’s fourth season.

However, Brissett gave Washington an immediate boost: Terry McLaurin grabbed a touchdown pass from Brissett for 29 yards and then made a 48-yard catch at the Los Angeles 1 via 4:47 to play. It was Washington’s first pass play longer than 40 yards all season.