By GREG BEACHAM -- LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fast starts to a season are nothing new for the Los Angeles Rams. They’ve never had a losing record at any point in coach Sean McVay’s half-decade in charge, and their 26-17 win at Seattle on Thursday made them 4-1 or better for the third time in the last four years. But the way these current Rams got to 4-1 looks particularly encouraging for their goal of continuing to improve all the way to the Super Bowl. The Rams’ 3-0 start came to a crashing halt last weekend in a home loss to Arizona. With only three days to prepare for Seattle, Los Angeles still came up with enough adjustments and improved play to beat one of its biggest rivals in a deafening home stadium. “What I liked the most is, it’s about how you finish,” McVay said Frid
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