With the Rams' 2020 season officially complete, it's time to look back on the team's top plays of the season.
Here are the top five plays by Los Angeles' offense from this season:
5) QB Jared Goff to WR Van Jefferson to RB Cam Akers hook-and-ladder 2-point conversion vs. Packers in playoffs
After a 7-yard touchdown run by Akers out of the wildcat formation, the Rams got creative with a hook-and-ladder 2-point conversion. Goff completed a pass to Jefferson, who then lateraled the ball to Akers, who took it into the endzone for the conversion.
The play helped the Rams pull within seven of the Packers late in the third quarter.
4) TE Tyler Higbee's 28-yard touchdown catch vs. Eagles
On a play-action pass, Goff connected with Higbee for a 28-yard touchdown that helped the Rams pull away from the Eagles in Week 2.
It was Higbee's third touchdown of the day, making him the first Rams player since Torry Holt in 2006 to have three touchdown catches in a single game. Higbee finished with five catches for 54 yards in addition to those three scores.
3) RB Darrell Henderson Jr.'s 38-yard touchdown run vs. Cardinals
This momentum-changing play came 3 minutes and 14 seconds after a Kenyan 4-yard touchdown run which pulled the Cardinals within three.
It also marked the longest touchdown run of the season for the Rams.
2) WR Robert Woods' 15-yard touchdown catch vs. Seahawks in playoffs
Holding a 10-point lead over Seattle, Los Angeles forced and recovered a fumble on a punt return by Seattle midway through the fourth quarter. Four plays later, Goff connected with Woods for an uncontested 15-yard touchdown to help the Rams go up 17, enough of an advantage to defeat the Seahawks and advance to the divisional round despite a late Seattle touchdown.
Surprisingly, it also happened to be the first postseason touchdown catch of Woods' career.
1) Woods' 56-yard touchdown catch vs. Washington
This play helped the Rams regain the lead over Washington 13-7 early in the second quarter. Following Woods' touchdown, the Rams outscored Washington 17-3 the rest of the way.
Not only was it Woods' longest catch of the season, it was also the Rams' longest pass play of the season.