Bears blowout the Rams in Edward Jones Dome

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Todd Gurley scored on a six yard run on the Rams first possession of the game, but it was all downhill for the St. Louis offense afterwards. The Chicago Bears rolled over the Rams 37-13 at the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday.  Bears tight end Zach Miller caught two touchdown passes, including an 87-yard score and rookie Jeremy Langford also had two TDs, leading the Bears to a season best 37 pooints in one game.

The Bears (4-5) improved to 3-1 on the road after their top offensive showing. They brought thousands of fans to the Edward Jones Dome, which had a season-best  attendance of 58,663 fans. The crowd was nearly 50 percent Rams fans and 50 percent Bears fans. The Rams (4-5) have lost two straight since entering November with a winning record for the first time since 2006.

Here's the post game reaction from the Rams after their disappointing loss.

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