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Obviously, he needs to keep it up, but this is a hell of a way to start the season.Worst Overreaction:The Rams’ pass defense is fine because the offense is so dominantWhile this statement has some truth to it, Rams fans can’t be comfortable with the idea that Kirk Cousins was throwing the ball all over the field like he was Jared Goff or something. Beyond our kicker issue (don’t get me started), Grandpa Wade will most likely make some major adjustments with his current crop of defensive backs going into the next game (more FS Marqui Christian, please) against the Seattle Seahawks. And the absence of CB Aqib Talib was definitely felt and CB Marcus Peters wasn’t 100%. So, I think the Rams should be talking about our pass defense more — it’s not broken, but constantly relying on the offense to save the day could be be a recipe for disaster at some point. 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