Jared Goff leads Rams to 4th straight win, 33-7 over Texans

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The Texans have been lit up for 760 yards and six touchdowns in the air in the last two games. Goff finished with 355 yards and three touchdowns on 25-of-37 passing.

Todd Gurley rushed 11 times for 68 yards and hauled in 6-of-7 targets for 68 yards in the Rams' Week 10 win over the Texans.

Tom Savage passed for 221 yards with two interceptions for Houston, which lost its second straight since losing rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson for the season with a knee injury.

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A week after lighting up the Giants to the tune of 51 points, the Rams - who lead the league in scoring at 32.9 points per game - looked nothing like themselves through a half of football.

But quarterback Jared Goff and his receiving corps got going in the third quarter.

Aaron Donald, the Rams' powerhouse defensive lineman, forced a fumble on Houston's opening possession while sacking Savage, his college teammate at Pitt.

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Houston's only score in the game came on a 26-yard pitch-and-catch as Savage found Bruce Ellington over the middle and the Texans' receiver scampered 26-yards into the end zone for the score.

Savage struggled badly after starting out with a competent first half. The sure-footed veteran has missed just one field goal all season.

The Rams are back on the road in Week 11, as they take a 7-2 record to Minneapolis for a game against the Vikings.

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