The Los Angeles Rams have moved to 4-1 on the season after pulling out the 26-17 road victory against the Seattle Seahawks, who now fall to 2-3 on the year. The big developments in this game revolved around both starting quarterbacks and injuries to their throwing hands. For Matthew Stafford, he seemed to be bothered by an injury to his index finger and had a number of throws fly off-target. That said, he was able to stay in the game. The same can't be said for Russell Wilson, who knocked his hand into the helmet of Aaron Donald and suffered an injury to his middle finger that forced Geno Smith into the contest with 14:42 to play in the fourth quarter.
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