The Rams will be shooting for an NFL record on Sunday in Seattle. The Rams have scored 30 or more points in seven straight regular season games, a feat matched by three other teams: the 1956 Chicago Bears, the 1963 Green Bay Packers, and the 1968 Cleveland Browns. The Rams are averaging 34.8 points in those seven games. The four teams combined for a 27-1 record during the streaks, with the only loss coming by the Rams, 38-31 to Philadelphia in last year’s season finale.Rams coach Mike Martz isn’t ruling out that cornerback Todd Lyght could play on Sunday. Defensive end Sean Moran will return to action after undergoing knee surgery three and a half weeks ago. He might rotate in at defensive tackle also, to help replace D’Marco Farr.