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Fourth Quarter: B-
The offense looked more determined in the final quarter, starting with a 56-yard pickup by Chris Givens, who has really developed into a big-play target.
Givens’ pickup set up a beastly six-yard touchdown run by Steven Jackson.
They also managed to put together a touchdown drive to finish the game, but that was in garbage time after the game was already lost.
The killer was the second drive of the quarter, when they needed to put something together to keep them in the game, but they were unable to get it done.
Third Quarter: F
Brit Miller dropped a pass when the nearest defender was 10 yards away.
Meanwhile, Joseph Barksdale was destroyed by Clay Matthews and a play that resulted in a sack, while the run game hasn’t been effective in the second half.
The biggest offensive gain this half was the helmet-to-helmet penalty delivered on Steven Jackson.
Second Quarter: C+
The offense has been able to maintain a solid run game after picking up 93 yards on 16 carries in the first half (5.8 yards per carry).
In the passing game, Brandon Gibson has been the primary target and has four catches for 55 yards, while Chris Givens and Austin Pettis have also had key receptions.
The problem has been maintaining drives. The offense just completely hits a brick wall after crossing the 50, which has made it difficult to produce points.
First Quarter: C
The Rams offense began the quarter with inconsistency.
A reverse to Chris Givens gave them a first down, while an overthrown ball to Lance Kendricks forced a punt.
On the second drive, Brandon Gibson came up with a 15-yard reception that set up a field-goal, but overall the offense is looking stale.