As the Rams enter the offseason, it's time to check out some of the team's top plays from the regular season's second half and the postseason.
Here are the top five plays from running back Todd Gurley.
After going without a touchdown in Week 11 for the first time since Week 12 of the 2017 season, running back Todd Gurley put in triple time against the Lions, scoring three touchdowns in his 132-yard performance in Detroit.
Gurley's third touchdown of the game put the Rams up two scores with under two minutes remaining — making the NFC West Championship celebration from Ford Field a bit more comfortable.
Just moments before he found the end zone for the third time in Detroit, Gurley made the conscious decision to take a little time off the clock and surrendered himself to Lions defenders short of a touchdown.
The unselfish decision came at the end of Gurley's game-long 36-yard run in which he delivered a firm stiff arm to the helmet of safety Glover Quin.
Gurley scored the final two of his league-leading 21 touchdowns dealing with a knee issue in Week 15's game against the Eagles.
The first of Gurley's touchdowns on Sunday Night Football was a power-packed, physical five-yard run up the middle and into the end zone, giving the Rams their first points of the contest.
The Rams capped off their seven-play, two-minute situation drive to end the first half of the NFC Championship game in New Orleans with a much-needed touchdown via a six-yard diving carry from Gurley.
The former Georgia Bulldog put the Rams down just three entering the break, with his unit getting the ball back to start the second half.
Gurley returned to football in the Divisional round against the Cowboys, after taking two weeks plus the Rams' hard-earned first-round playoff bye to rehab his left knee.
Alongside brand new running mate, running back C.J. Anderson, Gurley took 16 carries for 115 yards rushing and his first-career postseason touchdown. Gurley reached the milestone after taking the handoff from quarterback Jared Goff, making a quick read, and exploding into the open field, meeting little resistance for a 35-yard TD.
Gurley and Anderson each went for over 100 yards rushing in the game, becoming the first Rams rushing duo to do so in franchise playoff history.