With the seventh Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week seven. The Los Angeles Rams shut out their NFC West rivals, the Arizona Cardinals, in London. Back home in America, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Los Angeles Chargers also provided their fans with similarly impressive shutouts over division rivals.

Los Angeles Rams

At the end of the opening quarter, the Los Angeles Rams held a 3-0 lead over the Cardinals, who opened the game by missing a field goal on their first drive. Then the Rams blew the game open in the second quarter, scoring on four of their five drives, knocking Carson Palmer out of the game and forcing two turnovers to open up a 23-0 halftime lead.

The second half saw the Rams control the clock, scoring on two of their three drives, while Arizona punted twice and turned it over on downs. When all was said and done the Rams dominated in route to a 33-0 victory. They outgained the Cardinals by 232 total yards, managed 18 more first downs and held the ball for 18:02 longer. The Rams now boost a 5-2 record heading into their bye week, something that they have not done since 2003.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Despite not having rookie sensation Leonard Fournette, the Jacksonville Jaguars dominated the Colts.

They jumped out to a 14-0 led at the end of the first and then tacked on two field goals to make it 20-0 at halftime. Jacksonville then managed one more touchdown in the second half while shutting down the Colts to win 27-0. This was the first time the Colts had been shutout since 1993.

The Jaguars gained 286 more yards of offense while Blake Bortles completed 69 percent of his passes for 330 yards and a touchdown.

Meanwhile, their defense dominated recording two forced fumbles, 21 quarterback hits, 13 tackles for loss and ten sacks. The 4-3 Jaguars now head into their bye week tied with the Titans for the division lead.

Los Angeles Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers got off to a slow start but then broke the game open in the first quarter on a 65-yard punt return touchdown by speedster Travis Benjamin.

They then tacked on another touchdown in the second quarter to take a 14-0 lead into halftime.

The Chargers defense continued to stifle the Broncos offense the entire second half, before Benjamin struck again, hauling in a 42-yard touchdown catch from Phillip Rivers to finally put the game away. Los Angeles shutout Denver 21-0, the first time they have done so since 1978.

While both teams were basically statistically even the difference came down to turnovers, as the Chargers forced three without making any. A few weeks ago the Chargers seemed left for dead after an 0-4 start but have now won three in a row as they face a tough test next week traveling to New England.