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These teams met in Los Angeles last season, with the Rams getting a 26-20 win. The Rams have won three of their last four against the Saints, but they have lost their last two games in New Orleans and haven't won there since 2007.

The Rams beat the Packers, 29-27, at home last week, improving to 8-0 for just the second time in franchise history. The Roman Gabriel-led 1969 Rams started 11-0 before losing their last three regular season games and their first playoff game.

The Saints beat the Vikings, 30-20, on Sunday and have won six straight after losing in Week 1. They have now had at least a six-game winning streak in five of the last 10 seasons, something they had done in just four seasons prior to that.

The Rams have been averaging 150.9 rushing yards per game, by far the most in the league. They'll face a New Orleans defense that has allowed a league-low 74.1 rushing yards per game.

Despite getting sacked five times against Green Bay, tied for a season high, Jared Goff still threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns. Since the start of last season, Goff has seven games with 275+ passing yards and 3+ TDs, more than any other player in the league.

In his last three games, Drew Brees has completed 80.5 percent of his passes. That is the second-best three-game span of his career, only to Weeks 1-3 of this season (80.6).


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This is is gonna be a fun. This is also going to be the Rams first loss of the season. Brees is the real MVP, respect yo.

:Saints: 34

:Rams: 30

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