The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two.
The Rams allowed only 17 points. They have allowed 33 points over their last three games after allowing 78 points over their first three games.
Sam Bradford passed for 315 yards and ran for a touchdown while posting a 91.3 NFL passer rating and a season-high 77.3 Total QBR.
Brandon Gibson made a memorable one-handed grab along the sideline in a clutch situation as the Rams tried to rally.
Rookie Chris Givens had a 65-yard reception. This was his third consecutive game with a reception of at least 50 yards.
The Rams held the Dolphins to 1.1 yards per rushing attempt.
Rookie running back Daryl Richardson rushed for 76 yards with a 6.9-yard average as the Rams gashed the Dolphins' league-leading rush defense for a 6.0-yard average.
The Rams finished with the following statistical advantages: 22-12 in first downs, 462-192 net yards, 162-19 rushing yards and 6.7-3.9 yards per play.
Looking ahead: The Rams are home against the Green Bay Packers in Week 7.