Tyler Higbee is starting to produce like the tight end he was in college. Sunday was a career day for Higbee, he gained 98 yards on only four receptions. If he can do this consistently then the Rams would have yet another weapon to their dynamic offense.
Cody Davis came out of nowhere and had himself a heck of a game out there Sunday. Davis is filling in for injured safety, Lamarcus Joyner, who is out with a hamstring injury. He was not fooled on an attempted trick play by the Seahawks and picked up an interception. The young safest also had five tackles. The Texas Tech product also managed to have three pass defenses which equates an incredible stat line.
Aaron Donald showed on Sunday why he is well worth the money he is demanding. Donald racked up five tackles with an astonishing ten pressures. He was a menace all day against a very porous offensive line. The Rams best pay this man soon.
Robert Quinn may have notably picked up a sack on Russell Wilson, but he was non-existent otherwise. The outside linebacker has been a huge disappointment this season, failing to make a significant impact most weeks. Quinn is a liability, especially in the run game where he frequently fails to keep contain.
Jared Goff did not look good at all Sunday. He struggled all day as he was never able to get anything going. Goff threw two interceptions with no touchdowns. Goff also had a costly fumble. As the Seahawks defense is elite, Goff still needs to at least have a decent game if he wants to lead the Rams to win the division. Apart from an attempted final drive where Goff made a few clutch throws, he was off his game Sunday.
Todd Gurley really struggled against a stout Seahawks front. The Seahawks were able to keep him under control as he only got 43 yards on 14 carries. Gurley almost had a touchdown but he fumbled on the pylon so that turned into a touchback instead. The Seahawks were just too much for him combined with the fact that he received very few touches compared to the past few games.