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What were the player ratings for Rams vs Seahawks in Week 5?

The Los Angeles Rams bounced back from their first loss of the season by going to Seattle and beating the Seahawks at Lumen Stadium on Thursday night.

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What were the player ratings for Rams vs Seahawks in Week 5?
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The Los Angeles Rams used a sensational second half to secure a comeback win over the Seattle Seahawks and move to 4-1 on the year. The Matt Stafford-Robert Woods connection was unstoppable for the Rams who scored 23 points in the final two quarters.

Rams skill players ratings:

Matt Stafford QB: 6

Had a first half to forget, especially that interception in the endzone that seemed to throw LA off rhythm until halftime. He made more than up for it in the second half where he led three touchdown drives in four possessions coming out of the break. Finished with 365 yards with a touchdown and a pick.

Darrell Henderson Jr. RB: 6

Didn’t have a particularly busy night, and if it wasn’t for his 29 yard run in the second half his yards per carry average would be much lower. He did score the first touchdown of the Ram’s night to get the wheels turning. Seemed as though he was injured for a portion of the third quarter, but came back strong.

Sony Michel RB: 4.5

Got a handful of touches when Henderson went to the sideline with an injury. Had a long run of 15 yards in limited carries, and finished with 11 rushes for 37 yards and a touchdown.

Robert Woods WR: 8

Without question the most dangerous threat on the field for Los Angeles Thursday night. Had 12 catches for 150 yards. The only thing that was missing for the pass catcher was a touchdown, but he made big play after big play allowing the Rams to get back in the ball game.

Cooper Kupp WR: 6.5

It wasn’t Kupp’s best game, but he is constant bother to opposing defenses. He’s alway in the right place at the right time, and had a clutch fourth quarter catch that I still don’t think he saw until a millisecond before it hit his hands. Ended the night with 7 catches for 92 yards.

DeSaun Jackson WR: 6

He was kept quiet most of the night, but the only play he did make turned the game on it’s head. Jackson took a bomb from Stafford 68 yards before running out of gas at the 12 yard line on the first TD drive of the Rams night. Did nothing after that, but he showed his split second game changing abilities with that catch.

Taylor Higbee TE: 6

Continues to be a reliable option, especially in the red zone for Matt Stafford. Had two catches, one for a touchdown as he finished the game with 14 yards.

Seahawks skill players:

Russell Wilson QB: 4.5

Wasn’t having the greatest of nights, even before dislocating his finger in the second half. The offense looked flat, and uninspired with him under center. Ended the night 11-16 for 152 yards with a TD and a pick.

Geno Smith QB: 7

Came on in relief of Wilson and gave a big burst of momentum to the home side. Led a 10 play 98 yard drive on his first series of the game to take the lead back after LA was rolling It wasn’t his fault the defense allowed an LA touchdown shortly after, and it also wasn’t his fault that Lockett slipped and fell on the pass play that essentially ended the game. He ended the night 10-17 with 131 yards, a TD and an INT.

Alex Collins RB: 3

Didn’t play much of a role in the Seahawks offense. Carried the ball 15 time, but made a minimal impact, ending the game with 47 yards on 15 carries.

DK Metcalf WR: 6

Two touchdowns for the man who had been quieted by Jalen Ramsey last year. He was only targeted a handful of times, but managed 98 yards on five receptions.

Tyler Lockett WR: 5

Was the clear early threat for the Seahawks in the first half as Wilson continued to look for Lockett. His second half left plenty to be desired, and his slip deep in the fourth quarter ended the Seahawks hopes of a late game winning drive.

Will Dissly TE: 4

With no Gerald Everett, Dissly started at tight end. Had a nice 21 yard reception, but that was just one of only two catches on his night. He ended the game with 29 yards.