This is the second straight week that the Broncos gave up a big rushing game, as Isiah Crowell had 219 for the New York Jets, who ran for 323 yards as a team against Denver last week. The Broncos gave up 270 total rushing yards in Sunday's home loss, as Gurley broke his previous career-high of 159 yards, which was done in 2015 against the Green Bay Packers.
The Broncos had a hard time scoring against a team that had given up 31 points in each of the past two weeks, as they dropped their fourth consecutive game. They pulled the game within three points on Case Keenum's one-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas in the fourth quarter. Thomas did have a touchdown catch called off after a review earlier in the game, as the wideout was ruled down short of the goal line.
Goff celebrated his 24th birthday with 201 passing yards on 14-of-28 passing, as he was held without a touchdown in the win. Instead, it was Gurley who scored his 10th and 11th touchdowns of the season. The Rams will take their perfect record back out west to battle the short-handed San Francisco 49ers next week. The Broncos look to snap their skid on Thursday night against the Arizona Cardinals.