Former Georgia Bulldog Leonard Floyd had something to prove on Monday night. The current Los Angeles Ram was taking on the Chicago Bears. Floyd was drafted by the Bears with the No. 9 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. But Chicago elected to not re-sign him this past offseason.
Which is how he ended up in Los Angeles on a one-year deal. And so far, Floyd has proven to be a steal for the Rams. He had another big game on Monday night, racking up six tackles and sacking Bears quarterback Nick Foles twice.
The Rams made life miserable for the Bears offense, as Chicago’s lone touchdown of the night came via an Eddie Jackson scoop-and-score. Thanks to Floyd and the defense, Los Angeles picked up a 24-10 win to move to 5-2 on the season.