Drew Brees was sidelined early on as New Orleans suffer defeat to Los Angeles Rams

LA Rams claimed their best start over New Orleans who watched star quarterback Drew Brees sidelined with a wrist trauma.
Even the Saints, for whom head coach Sean Payton agreed a new five-year deal earlier in the dayand Sunday’s match, played with .
Todd Gurley, Brandin Cooks and Jared Goff each scored touchdowns as the Rams defeated a slow start to run out winners in a rematch of last season’s controversial NFC Championship and also there was yet a second call.
By using a no-call on a late pass interference los Angeles advanced to the Super Bowl and on Sunday that the Saints needed an 87-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown nullified following the drama was ruled an incomplete pass.
After challenging, the play was ruled a sack-fumble along with the Saints were given the ball, but at the point.
Offense proved difficult to find, using the Rams eventually reaching the end zone with 5:39 remaining in the third quarter after a 75-yard drive was restricted by Gurley to the side of the end zone with his jog to break a 6-6 tie. It had been Gurley’s first TD of the year on a day after he rushed for 63 yards on 16 carries.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff has been 19 of 28 passing for 283 yards and a touchdown. He completed nine of the final 10 passes while Saints backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who shot over from Brees in the first quarter, went 17 of 30.
Brees was injured when his right hand made contact with Aaron Donald’s right hands while following through on a pass attempt.
The points on the scoreboard, before late in the third quarter, came to get a pair of field goals. The Rams answered with Gurley’s TD until they hurried to the finish line Following the Saints tied the score 6-6 just into the second half to a field goal from Will Lutz.
Cooks additional a 2-yard TD grab with one second remaining in the third quarter to get a 20-6 lead and Goff’s 1-yard TD to get a jog in the fourth quarter for a 27-9 lead came following a 67-yard catch-and-run by Cooper Kupp was mastered only brief despite initially being known as a touchdown.
The Rams will seek out a third successive win when they visit Cleveland (0-1) on Sunday night (1.20’m ) and Week Four will soon see these host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the LA Coliseum (9.05pm).
New Orleans, without Brees, travel to Seattle (2-0) following Sunday (9.25pm) because they seem to come back to winning ways and then in Week Four sponsor the Dallas Cowboys in a blockbuster-looking Sunday Night Football (1.20’m ).
Week Two finishes on Monday night with Cleveland’s trip to New York Jets, policy on Sky Sports Action and Main Event from 1am

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