The Rams scored 41 points in a span of two quarters and cruised to 51-17 win over the Giants on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. >> Box score
The Rams quickly scored the game's first touchdown on their opening drive, and after the Giants responded with a touchdown of their own, the Rams' offense exploded and never looked back.
LA built an insurmountable lead, outscoring the Giants 20-3 in the second quarter and 21-0 in the third. Eli Manning struggled with accuracy for much of the day and turned the ball over twice, losing a fumble and throwing an interception. He threw a touchdown pass to King in the first quarter and connected with Evan Engram in garbage time.
Engram hauled in four passes for 70 yards and King's touchdown grab was his first ever in the regular season.
Jared Goff needed just 14 completions to total 311 yards and four touchdown passes on the day. Robert Woods caught four passes for 70 yards and had two touchdowns, while Sammy Watkins' lone catch was a 67-yard touchdown. Todd Gurley carried the ball 16 times for 59 yards and scored twice.
What's Next: The Giants will travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers on Sunday at 4:25 p.m.