As the Rams exit their bye week, it's time to check out some of the team's top plays from the first half of the NFL season.
Here are the top five plays from wide receiver Brandin Cooks.
Cooks scored his first rushing touchdown of the season Week 10 against Seattle. The veteran wideout took a handoff from quarterback Jared Goff and beat the Seahawks defense to the edge for a nine-yard TD run, putting the Rams up 11.
Cooks made one of his most impressive catches as a Ram in Week 8 against the Packers. Goff delivered a low pass to Cooks, who somehow scooped the ball from hitting the Coliseum's turf with cornerback Jaire Alexander draped all over him.
Cooks' return to New Orleans to face his former team was fruitful. No. 12 caught six passes for 114 yards and a touchdown in Week 9. Cooks' longest reception of the afternoon was a 48-yard bomb from Goff.
Cooks scored his second touchdown of the season on the road in San Francisco. Goff found Cooks just inside in the end zone for six, after the first-year Rams receiver shook two defenders and put the Rams up 21-0 late in the first half.
Cooks' first touchdown as a Ram is also his top play of the season so far. Goff pin-pointed a 47-yard touchdown pass to Cooks as he streaked up the middle of the field. The reception and extra point by kicker Sam Ficken put L.A. up 28-17 late in the first half of the game, which turned into an offensive shootout that featured four lead changes.