Los Angeles Rams off to a slow start after suffering a home loss to the Dallas Cowboy’s 22- 10.

The Cowboy’s continue to shock the world defeating the Los Angeles Rams at home without their starting quarterback Dak Prescott.

The Rams started off terribly giving up a sack, fumble, scoop and score on the third play of the game.

The Cowboys botched the extra point attempt taking 6-0 lead early in the first quarter.

The Rams made matters worst after a blocked punt in that was returned inside the red zone.

The Rams defense stepped up, forcing the Cowboys to settle for a field goal.

The score was now 9-0 in the 1st quarter.

Stafford then connected with Tutu Atwell for a 58-yard gain putting the Rams in position to score.

A Matt Gay field goal made the score 9-3.

Stafford finally connected Star wideout Cooper Kupp that resulted in a 75-yard touchdown

The Rams their first lead off the game with a score of 10-9.

On the ensuing Cowboys possession, the Cowboys recaptured the momentum with a 57-yard touchdown by Tony Pollard.

Dallas the lead once again with the score now 16-10.

Dallas ran the clock out at the end of the quarter, with a 16-10 lead heading into halftime.

The Rams Defense forced a field goal on the opening drive making the Cowboys lead 19-10 early on in the 3rd quarter.

There was no scoring from either side for the rest of the quarter.

The Cowboys extended their lead to 22-10 with another field goal that came with a little less than six minutes left.

The Rams hopes for a comeback we’re thrashed when the offensive would give up their 5th sack of the game.

The Sack resulted in a fumble, sealing the victory for the Cowboys.

The Rams are now 2-3 with the rest of the NFC West, behind the 3-2 San Francisco 49ers.

Kalum Vaughns

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