Here's what else we learned:
- Zac Stacy was racking up chunks of yards against a punchless Chicago defense. Stacy left the game in the second half with a head injury after gaining 87 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. Fellow rookie Benny Cunningham picked up where Stacy left off. He ended up with 109 yards and a touchdown on just 18 carries. In total, the Rams gained 258 yards on the ground. The Bears' defense isn't very good right now.
- Josh McCown played well again Sunday. In true backup fashion, he made plays that helped keep his team in the game early in the second half. But, as a backup, he's not going to lead his team to many victories on the strength of his arm.
- McCown's play actually was more impressive when you consider he was under siege all day from the Rams' ferocious front four. McCown was forced to move off his spot nearly every time he dropped back. Even though the Rams' defensive front recorded just two sacks, Robert Quinn, Chris Long & Co. wrecked havoc in the backfield the entire day.
- What's a football game without a scuffle, where one brother pulls another brother away from the fracas?