In a 30-29 defeat against the Seattle Seahawks, Gurley hurried for 51 yards and two touchdowns in 15 carries, though he lost a fumble in the red zone. He also got three passes for 6 yards. "We wanted to get him running," said Ram's coach Sean McVay after the game. "He has some tough, hard-earned yards against a good defense front … That has opened some things in the temporary game."
Quarterback Jared Goff: "It was great, it had a positive influence on us, he did it A great job, the ball went well."
Gurley's 18 strokes remained for the fifth-year Pro, the 19th Blows in week 2 against the New Orleans Saints scored behind a season high. His 15 transfers also fell to a carry below his season high of 16, which was also set against the saints.
However, Gurley's two touchdowns marked his 15th career game with several rushing touchdowns, with most passing in the history of Rams at Eric Dickerson.
] "I think that's cool," Gurley said. "But it's still a loss, so it does not matter."
The performance of Gurley and McVay's decision to establish him early came just days after Gurley expressed his contempt for Thursday's games, calling them "the stupidest ever". had designated. It also followed months of questions and research – dating back to the playoffs of last season – on the health of Gurley's left knee and its decline in use.
Backup Malcolm Brown, who had played a major role in spelling Gurley in four games Gurley hurried 9 yards in the opening game of the Rams, but was dropped for a 5-yard loss. According to ESPN Stats & Information Research, Gurley had two rushes to open the opening four games of the season.
Gurley crashed for 31 yards in six transfers through two possessions. Last Sunday, he plunged 16 yards in five runs throughout the match, and Gurley had a total of 35 scrimmage yards for the match on Thursday for this season's Rams, according to ESPN Stats & Information Research in the first quarter.
"We lost the game, so it does not really matter what happened in the first quarter," Gurley said.
However, Receiver Cooper Kupp said the founding of Gurley had helped establish the offense, establishing a rhythm.
"You see it in our game action game," said Kupp. "It works, and it helps us not be one-dimensional."
In the second quarter, Gurley hurried on the Seahawks' 20-yard line for three yards, but was stripped by Seahawk's defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. who also recaptured the ball. The sales was Gurley's fifth career, which he lost as a striker.
In the opening match of the third quarter, Gurley completed a six-game drive of 75 yards with an 8-yard run into the end zone. At the end of the quarter, he hurried to score a 1-yard score to give the Rams a 26-21 lead.
However, Gurley did not touch the ball during the last two possessions of the Rams when they lost point one.
"It was just a kind of feeling that we were in two-minute mode," McVay said. "That's certainly something that I think you'll look at again and maybe say that we would do it differently, but at the time it was like that with my gut."