That was quickly followed by Watkins and Jared Goff connecting for a 67-yard touchdown. The winless Browns and San Francisco 49ers are the two others. Goff left the game in the fourth quarter having thrown for 311 yards and four TDs. The lone bright spot for the Giants was an 11-yard touchdown catch by rookie Evan Engram late in the game.
The Rams surpassed the 30-point mark for the fifth time this season. The defeat was the third in as many home games this season for the Giants, who have allowed at least 24 points in each of their last five losses.
The Rams new and improved offense scored on eight of their first nine possessions, starting with a Goff touchdown to tight end Tyler Higbee after All-Pro lineman Aaron Donald strip-sacked Eli Manning on the Giants first drive of the game.
Los Angeles Rams - Quarterback Brandon Allen, running back Justin Davis, linebacker Ejuan Price, tackles Andrew Donnal and Cornelius Lucas, wide receiver Mike Thomas and defensive back Isaiah Johnson.
Manning completed 20 of 36 passes for 220 yards, two touchdowns and an interception to go with his fumble. They are 1-7 for the first time since 1980. Three plays later, Todd Gurley ran in his second touchdown on the way to a 51-point day for the Rams, the most allowed by the Giants since giving up 52 at New Orleans in 2015. Seeking only some field position, Goff completed a short pass to receiver Robert Woods, but some terrible coverage by the Giants allowed Woods to run 52 yards, essentially untouched, for a touchdown and a 17-7 lead.
At that point, the Rams were up 48-10. He was relieved by Geno Smith in the final minutes of the game. They then got a blocked punt from Cory Littleton and took a 41-10 lead on Goff's four-yard touchdown pass to Woods.
Early in the second quarter, kicker Greg Zuerlein hit a 27-yard field goal to put the Rams back ahead 10-7.