Tensions are already high at SoFi Stadium, where the Seattle Seahawks are looking to avoid their third consecutive loss as they take on the Los Angeles Rams, who are starting backup John Wolford at quarterback.

A few weeks ago, Geno Smith was being touted as a potential MVP candidate, and Kenneth Walker III had been building a strong case to win NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year.

But that was when the Seahawks were sailing, leading the NFC West.

We saw some of those frustrations come out on the sideline early during Seattle’s matchup with their division rivals as they aim to knock off the Rams.

Despite not having their starting QB, with Matthew Stafford placed on injured reserve, Sean McVay had his Rams ready to play from the start.