The Houston Texans lost an option at wide receiver during Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams, as Will Fuller V left the game and did not return due to a rib injury suffered in the second quarter.
Improving to 7-2 on the year, the Rams remain in control of the NFC West after the second-place Sehawks improved to 6-3 with a win on Thursday. When Goff scrambled to extend plays, Houston's linebackers and defensive backs were able to roll their coverage accordingly.
Fantasy impact: Goff could not have wished for a better Week 10 matchup.
Los Angeles entered halftime with just a 9-7 lead after posting only 131 yards and six first downs.
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Redshirt senior Marc Dubrick finished 38th with a time of 30:00.16 and senior Evan Schulte finished 56th with a 30:16.26 clip. GW tallied its best-ever team showing at a NCAA Regional by placing 14th out of 25 competing teams at Lehigh University.
Goff completed 25 of 37 passes for 355 yards, the most of his 17-game National Football League career, as the Rams improved to 7-2, their best start in the first nine games of the season since 2001 when they started 8-1 and advanced to the Super Bowl. That was the longest gain by the franchise since 1994. Goff was 25 of 37 for 355 yards with no interceptions. Two of his touchdown throws went for more than 50 yards.
According to NFL Research, Woods' 171 receiving yards is the most by a Rams receiver since Torry Holt had 200 in Week 9 of the 2003 season against San Francisco. Goff found Woods again for the former USC Trojans receiver's second touchdown of the game. Goff finished the contest with 311 yards passing and four touchdowns on just 14 completions.
All Pro lineman Aaron Donald set the tone early for the Mob Squad as he sacked Texans' starter Tom Savage on the team's opening drive, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Matt Longacre on the Houston 20-yard line.