Brandon Lloyd catches a touchdown in the first quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Wide receiver Sidney Rice completed a 55-yard pass on a trick play to open the game, then caught a touchdown pass and drew a pass interference call to set up a field goal to help the Seattle Seahawks beat the Rams 24-7 on Sunday at the dome in St. Louis.

The Rams got off to a great start. In the first eight minutes of the game, the Rams defense had two interceptions, a blocked punt and scored their first touchdown in the opening quarter since Jackson scored on a 47-yard run on St. Louis’ first offensive snap of the season against the Eagles. From that point on, that Rams did nothing else with their 7-0 lead.

Seattle had five sacks on Sam Bradford and also forced the Rams quarterback to fumble twice, both of which led to touchdowns.