Rams beat down Bears in third win at SoFi Stadium

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In a battle of five-win teams, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Chicago Bears at SoFi Stadium. The Rams won 24-10 over the Bears on Monday Night Football in Inglewood, California.

With the win, the Rams improved to 5-2 on the season. The Bears, on the other hand, fell to 5-2.

Los Angeles Rams tight end Gerald Everett caught a touchdown reception against the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football
Gerald Everett caught a touchdown reception against the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football (Photo by the Los Angeles Rams/Instagram)

Los Angeles is now 3-0 at their new home, which they began playing at this season. The Bears are 3-1 on the road this season.

Rams quarterback Jared Goff went 23 of 33 for 219 yards. He also threw two touchdown passes.

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Darrell Henderson Jr. had 15 carries for 64 yards. Josh Reynolds had four receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown.

Bears quarterback Nick Foles went 28 of 40 for 261 yards. The veteran had two interceptions.

David Montgomery had 14 carries for 48 yards. Allen Robinson II had four receptions for 70 yards.

Bears head coach Matt Nagy will have to decide what to do with Foles. We know that he said that Foles – who was acquired in a trade in the off-season with the Jacksonville Jaguars – was the team’s signal-caller moving forward.

Related: Bears name Nick Foles as starter moving forward

However, after having a 37.6 quarterback rating on the league’s biggest night on Monday Night Football, he’s going to have to re-think his decision to bench Mitchell Trubisky.

Related: Bears decline Trubisky’s fifth-year option for 2021

Reynolds and Gerald Everett caught touchdown receptions. Malcolm Brown also scored on a rushing touchdown. Samuel Sloman made a 22-yard field goal.

Eddie Jackson scored on an eight-yard fumble return for the Bears. Cairo Santos also made a 42-yard field goal.

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