The Rams defense was outstanding, holding Marshawn Lynch to a measly 23 yards on the ground and harassing Russell Wilson with seven sacks, but Seattle's two touchdowns was all it needed for this low-scoring affair.
With backup quarterback Kellen Clemens in for the injured Sam Bradford, the Rams put the offense on the shoulders of rookie running back Zac Stacy, and he responded by shredding the Seattle defense for 134 rushing yards.
Regardless of Stacy's production on the ground, the Rams were unable to find the end zone. They had an opportunity to take the lead at the goal line in the final seconds, but questionable play-calling prevented a touchdown.
Here are my takeaways from this narrow loss...