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Dominant Rams defense gets first 'goose egg' since 2014

Dominant Rams defense gets first 'goose egg' since 2014

Two minutes remained against the Arizona Cardinals when Rams coach Sean McVay walked down the sideline to meet with several players on the defense.

McVay spoke animatedly as cornerback Trumaine Johnson bounced up and down, defensive lineman Michael Brockers nodded, and linebacker Alec Ogletree lit up with a smile big enough to spot from the upper deck of Twickenham Stadium.

McVay eventually backpedaled from the group, clapping his hands in their direction.

The night was over for the starting defense, a 33-0 victory over an NFC West division opponent in hand, as the Rams improved to 5-2 for the first time since 2003 and posted a shutout for the first time since...

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