With the ninth Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week nine. The Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles each dropped 50 points in their respective games on Sunday, while the New Orleans Saints continued their winning ways over the NFC South rival Buccaneers.

Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams went into New York following their bi-week and did what any good team should do, crush bad opponents. Los Angeles scored on five of their first six possessions and forced the Giants to turn the ball over on three of their seven first-half drives.

This result in a 27-10 Rams halftime lead, which including a 52-yard touchdown to Robert Woods on third-and-33.

The Rams then scored on their first three drives of the second half as they went on to win a rout, 51-17. Quarterback Jared Goff managed 311 yards and four touchdowns as they put up 473 total yards on offense. He now has 10 touchdowns with no interceptions while being 4-0 on the road this season. Los Angeles has now scored 30 or more points in five of their eight games and leads the NFC West at 6-2 following Seattle's loss.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles dominated the Denver Broncos vaunted defense, as they scored five times on their first six possessions of the game.

Carson Wentz tossed three touchdown passes while the Broncos putrid offense was locked down, giving the Eagles a 31-9 halftime lead.

The Eagles added two more touchdowns in the third quarter and ended up winning 51-23.

New running back Jay Ajayi managed a 46-yard touchdown, while fellow back Corey Clement had three total touchdowns on the day. Philadelphia managed 11 more first downs and 193 more total yards in the game. With the win, the Eagles retain the best record in the league at 8-1 and have now won seven games in a row.

New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints got off to a good start, as they drove down to take a 3-0 lead on the games opening drive. They then forced Tampa Bay to got three and out and undrafted rookie Justin Hardee blocked and returned Bryan Anger's punt for a touchdown.

However, kicker Will Lutz missed the extra point to keep the score at 9-0.

The Buccaneers managed a field goal late in the second quarter following Alvin Kamara's fumble but the rookie redeemed himself as he hauled in a 33-yard touchdown to give the Saints a 16-3 halftime lead. New Orleans then added two more touchdowns in a 20-second span in the third quarter to take a 30-0 lead.

With quarterback, Jameis Winston knocked out of the game the Bucs offense had no chance of recovering. The Saints ended up coasting the rest of the game to a 30-10 victory as they outgained Tampa Bay by 207 total yards.

After starting the season 0-2, New Orleans has now won six games in a row and are one of the hottest team's in the NFL.