The Rams cut that with another Zuerlein field goal from inside the red zone, this one after L.A. he could not enter the end zone in the third and second goal of the five. The 16-play series, however, took 7:23 off the clock, probably wearing the Dallas defense.
After the Los Angeles defense forced a punt, the offense went straight to work and this time it ended a red zone possession with a trip to the end zone. Quarterback Jared Goff completed three consecutive passes to wide receiver Brandin Cooks, wide receiver Robert Woods and tight end Tyler Higbee to move L.A. deep in the territory of Dallas.
From there, it was all about the race. Anderson ran 14 yards down the middle, down to the one-yard line. Without applauding, L.A let Anderson finish him, and he followed up on the next play that led to the end zone for a touchdown.
With an advantage of 13-7, the defense of the Rams forced to three and outside, obtaining that the offensive returned the ball to the 36 of the local equipment. Anderson started possession with a pair of runs of six and seven yards, respectively. And while the offense had 3rd and 14th, Dallas rescued the unit with illegal hands to face penalty, establishing L.A. with a first attempt in the midfield. Goff then completed a 15-yard pass for Cooks before Gurley burst in the middle for a 35-yard touchdown run, which put Los Angeles to 20-7.