Rams vs. Seahawks final score, results: LA edges Seattle, which finishes without Russell Wilson

Both starting quarterbacks suffered injuries in Thursday’s Rams-Seahawks game, but LA’s Matthew Stafford was able to stay in and help his team take down Russell Wilson-less Seattle.

Stafford suffered an apparent injury to his right index finger in the second quarter of the Rams’ 26-17 road victory. Despite that, he completed 25 of 37 attempts for 365 yards and a touchdown. He also threw an interception. Robert Woods totaled 150 receiving yards and Tyler Higbee caught the TD pass. Darrell Henderson Jr. and Sony Michel scored rushing touchdowns for LA (4-1). 

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Wilson exited in the fourth quarter after he sprained the middle finger on his throwing hand. Before exiting, he completed 11 of 16 passes for 152 yards, with one touchdown and one interception. A timetable for his return is currently unclear, coach Pete Carroll said. The interception, snagged by Jalen Ramsey in the second quarter, was the first first turnover by Seattle (2-3) since its Week 1 victory over the Colts.

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Backup quarterback Geno Smith stepped in and completed 10 of 17 passes for 131 yards and a touchdown to wide receiver DK Metcalf.  He was granted one final shot to lead a game-winning touchdown drive but threw an interception on the first play with under two minutes remaining.

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Sporting News tracked scoring updates and highlights from Rams vs. Seahawks on “Thursday Night Football.” Follow below for complete results from the NFL Week 5 game.

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Rams vs. Seahawks score

  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Rams 0 3 13 10 26
Seahawks 0 7 0 10 17

Rams vs. Seahawks live updates, highlights from ‘Thursday Night Football’

All times Eastern

Final: Rams 26, Seahawks 17

11:27: Geno Smith makes the run and goes down short of the first down marker. He completes for a first down to end the game. 

11:24: FIELD GOAL RAMS. Matt Gay executes a 47-yard attempt to extend the Rams’ lead. The Rams are ahead 26-17 with 24 seconds left. 

11:23: After Henderson Jr. gets tackled short of the first down marker, the Rams will attempt a field goal.

11:18: Lockett gets his feet tangled and goes down before he could make the reception. Scott makes the pick for the Rams and allows them to take over at the Seahawks 32. The Rams call their final time out with 2:02 remaining. 

11:16: Dunlap deflects the pass on third down, and forces the Rams to punt with just over two minutes remaining. The Seahawks will start inside their own 20. 

11:12: Seahawks use their second and third time outs ahead of the two-minute warning. 

11:09: FIELD GOAL SEAHAWKS. Jason Myers cuts the Rams’ lead to a one-score game with a field goal. Rams lead 23-17 with 2:45 remaining. 

11:08: Smith looks for an option inside the end zone, but throws the ball out of bounds to force a field goal attempt. 

11:04: Alex Collins gains 20 yards on a screen from Smith. The Seahawks get a fresh set of downs from the 14. 

11:02: The Rams take a time out with 3:43 remaining. 

10:53: TOUCHDOWN RAMS. The Rams answered the Seahawks’ touchdown in six plays with a rush from Michel into the end zone. The Rams lead 23-14 with 6:08 remaining. 

10:50: Stafford finds Kupp to give the Rams first and goal from the two. 

10:49: Stafford completes a pass to Woods, followed by a pass to Kupp to put the Rams inside the 15. 

10:46: TOUCHDOWN SEAHAWKS. Smith completes to Metcalf for his first touchdown pass since 2017. The Seahawks successfully completed a 98-yard-drive to cut the Rams’ lead 16-14 with 9:16 remaining. 

10:45: Smith completes to Dissly for a 21-yard gain. 

10:40: Geno Smith takes over at quarterback for the Seahawks. Russell Wilson is questionable to return with a hand injury, and is being looked at on the sidelines. 

10:37: Blair effectively defends Jackson from catching a pass from Stafford on third down. Following a punt from the Rams, the Seahawks are forced to start from the two.

Third Quarter: Rams 16, Seahawks 7

10:31: Kupp makes the catch from Stafford as he turns to look for the pass. The Rams end the quarter totaling around 200 yards of offense. 

10:28: The punt is blocked, but Dickson picks it up and kicks the ball down the field again. A penalty is called against the Seahawks, but is declined to allow the Rams to take over at their own 11. 

10:26: Wilson almost avoids the sack, but is then taken down on third down. The Seahawks are forced to punt on fourth down and 14. 

10:22: TOUCHDOWN RAMS. Stafford hits Tyler Higbee in the end zone to extend the Rams’ lead. The extra kick puts the Rams in front 16-7. 

10:21: Cooper Kupp helps block and make a hole for Henderson Jr. to make a 25-yard run. 

10:19: Stafford executes consecutive completions to Woods for 40 yards. 

10:14: Wilson’s finger appears to be disjointed as it is shown over the broadcast. 

10:08: TOUCHDOWN RAMS. Henderson Jr. runs it into the end zone for five yards to give the Rams their first lead. Gay missed the extra point, ending his 46-consecutive streak, but the Rams lead 9-7 with eight minutes remaining in the third quarter. 

010:04: Stafford throws deep to DeSean Jackson for a 68-yard completion. 

10:00: Lewis forces Wilson to go down for another huge loss. The Seahawks can’t convert and are forced to punt. Rams will take over from the four.

9:59: Terrell Lewis deflected an attempted pass from Wilson and almost allowed another interception. 

9:56: Following the kick off to start the second half, the Seahawks take over at the 25. 

First Half: Seahawks 7, Rams 3

9:41: Wilson completes to Tyler Lockett for eight yards. Myers comes out to extend the Seahawks’ lead, but kicks it to the outside left to end the half.

9:40: Rams take their first time out with 10 seconds remaining in the half. 

9:38: Wilson throws to Lockett in the end zone for the score. A holding call against Wayne Brown forces the Seahawks back to second down from the 14. 

9:36: A roughing the passer penalty is called against Donald to give the Seahawks another 15 yards and a first down at the 29. 

9:32: Dee Jay Dallas completes a pass from Wilson for a 28-yard gain. The Seahawks are racing the clock as they start from the Rams 43. 

9:30: FIELD GOAL RAMS. Matt Gay makes a 31-yard attempt to put the Rams on the board. The Seahawks lead 7-3 with just over a minute remaining in the half. 

9:27: Al Woods takes down Michel for a loss of one on third down. The Rams will go for a field goal following a time out. 

9:25: Two-minute warning. Rams are moving inside scoring territory to end the second half. 

9:22: Michel gets the first down on fourth down to give the Rams another set of downs from the Seahawks 21. 

9:18: Sony Michel makes a 15-yard run to give the Rams a new set of downs at the 45. 

9:12: TOUCHDOWN SEAHAWKS. Wilson fires a 19-yard pass to DK Metcalf, and broke free from a tackle for the score. Seahawks take the 7-0 lead with 9:04 remaining in the half.

9:08: Lockett runs deep for the ball, but is trailed by Rochelle. He grabs his legs and forces a pass interference penalty, giving the Seahawks a first down at the Rams 22.

9:02: Wilson’s pass intended to Lockett gets tipped by Jalen Ramsey and picked off by Troy Reeder. The Rams take over at the 48. The interception marks the Seahawks’ first turnover since Week 1. 

8:59: Quandre Diggs picks off a throw from Stafford in the end zone. The Seahawks start with the ball at their 20. 

First Quarter: Seahawks 0, Rams 0

8:52: Stafford completes a 25-yard pass to Woods to put the Rams inside the Seahawks’ 10 to start the second quarter. 

8:48: Darrell Taylor takes down Stafford for his team-leading fourth sack this season. 

8:45: Aaron Donald is credited with a tackle for a loss one on fourth down, forcing the Rams to take over on downs.

8:38: Escaping a sack in the pocket, Wilson finds DK Metcalf for a 25-yard gain. The Seahawks move the chains to the Rams 38. 

8:34: Marquise Blair brings down Henderson for a loss of three yards. Stafford throws an incomplete pass on third down and McVay brings out the punting team.

8:32: Wilson rolls out of the pocket and can’t find an open receiver. He throws the ball out of bounds as he gets hit by Aaron Donald, forcing the Seahawks to punt. 

8:30: Wilson hits Tyler Lockett for a 25-yard gain. 

8:27: Seahawks make the stop on Stafford and force the Rams to punt on their opening possession. 

8:25: Rams’ Tutu Atwell fumbles at the 18, but the ball goes out of bounds to prevent recovery for the Seahawks. 

8:23: Seahawks win the toss and they will defer. Rams start with the ball. 

Rams vs. Seahawks start time

  • Date: Thursday, Oct. 7
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET

All “Thursday Night Football” games will start at 8:20 p.m. ET in 2021. However, it may still be light out when the Rams and Seahawks kick off on Thursday night. The game will start at 5:20 p.m. local time in Seattle, which is in the Pacific time zone.

There will also be a pregame coverage on NFL Network and Fox starting at 7:30 p.m. ET. NFL Network will also air “TNF First Look” on game day starting at 3 p.m. ET for those eager to get Week 5 underway.

How to watch ‘Thursday Night Football’

NFL Network exclusively broadcasted “Thursday Night Football” for the last three weeks. Now, that responsibility will be shared among a few network options.

Fox will be broadcasting the game live with a simulcast available to view on NFL Network. Those two are the best options for those with traditional cable subscriptions. Those that don’t can choose to stream the game on Amazon Prime. All three services will carry “Thursday Night Football” games for the rest of the season.

Most United States cable providers carry the NFL Network. It also is available via satellite provider DirecTV (channels 212 and 1212) and IPTV providers Verizon FiOS (channels 88 and 588) and Google Fiber (channel 2019).

Streamers will be able to watch the game via Amazon Prime or by using fuboTV, which comes with a seven-day free trial.

Meanwhile, viewers in Canada can watch the game exclusively on DAZN with a subscription.

‘Thursday Night Football’ schedule 2021

Week Date Matchup TV channel
6 Oct. 14 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Network
7 Oct. 21 Cleveland Browns vs. Denver Broncos Fox, NFLN, Amazon
8 Oct. 28 Arizona Cardinals vs. Green Bay Packers Fox, NFLN, Amazon
9 Nov. 4 Indianapolis Colts vs. New York Jets Fox, NFLN, Amazon
10 Nov. 11 Miami Dolphins vs. Baltimore Ravens Fox, NFLN, Amazon
11 Nov. 18 Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots Fox, NFLN, Amazon
12 Nov. 25 New Orleans Saints vs. Buffalo Bills Fox, NFLN, Amazon
13 Dec. 2 New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys Fox, NFLN, Amazon
14 Dec. 9 Minnesota Vikings vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Fox, NFLN, Amazon
15 Dec. 16 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Fox, NFLN, Amazon
16 Dec. 23 Tennessee Titans vs. San Francisco 49ers NFL Network
16 Dec. 25 (Sat.) Green Bay Packers vs. Cleveland Browns Fox, NFLN, Amazon
16 Dec. 25 (Sat.) Arizona Cardinals vs. Indianapolis Colts NFL Network

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