Matthew Stafford’s dynamic debut with his team saw him pass the ball for 321 yards, and 3 touchdowns.
Inglewood, California –Matthew Stafford was able to pass the ball for 321 yards, 3 touchdowns and led the Los Angeles Rams to victory over Andy Dalton’s Chicago Bears 34-14.
Stafford taking over for Jared Gove made the Rams look like an offensive team again under Sean McVay. He played in the initial game. Victory with a record of 5-0 With an offensive distance measuring 375 yards, six of Stafford’s first seven complete offenses were scored in Rams territory. Koop finished with 7 catches and 108 yards.
Stafford found Van Jefferson while completing his second pass to the Rams. In a trade, the Rams obtained the 13-year veteran defensive back from Detroit for a touchdown of 67 yards. Stafford found Cooper Cooper completely unmarked on a 56-yard touchdown in quarter three. Robert Woods was contacted with a scoring link at 3:17 to ensure victory.
David Montgomery ran for 108 yard and scored a touchdown. The Bears finished the first week with a score 1-3 under Mattnaghi.
Dalton passed the ball for 296 yards in his Bears debut. Justin Fields, rookie quarterback, ran for three yards. It was the first game he had played in the NFL. Chicago managed to move the chain steadily but Dalton intercepted in his end zone to slow down Chicago’s first offense.