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for Rams-Seahawks Rams-Seahawks: Week 5 national media predictions | Seattle TimesIs anybody picking the Seahawks against NFC West behemoths, the Los Angeles Rams. Nope. Jared Goff, Todd Gurley and that intimidating defense haven’t lost yet this season, and nobody expects CenturyLink Field to stand in the way.Perfect Rams looks to continue early run against Seahawks | Tampa Bay TimesThe last time the Los Angeles Rams visited Seattle, they were announcing themselves as the new powerhouse in the NFC West by handing the Seahawks a drubbing unlike any they had experienced
in Pete Carroll’s tenure.Game preview: Rams head to Seattle for first divisional road test | Rams’ official siteThe Rams enter their first divisional road test against the Seahawks 4-0 for the first time since 2001, and will look to improve to 2-0 in the NFC West. For the Seahawks (2-2), Sunday’s game provides the chance to get rise above .500 and be the league’s first team to slow down quarterback Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams.Peters looking forward to the challenge of facing Wilson | Rams’ official siteLos Angeles will face another significant test for the secondary this week in quarterback Russell Wilson and Seattle’s offense. While the Rams have had success on Wilson in the past, there are many players now on the club who have not faced Wilson before — including Peters. He’s looking forward to going against the four-time Pro Bowl quarterback. Pete Carroll embraces challenge of slowing down Rams | Pro Football TalkThe 2-2 Seahawks host on Sunday the 4-0 Rams, not only a division rival but also one of the very best offenses in the league. Seattle coach Pete Carroll looks forward to the opportunity to take on his rivals from Southern California.Wilson has a hamstring injury, but he’s off the final report | Pro Football TalkSeahawks quarterback Russell Wilson rarely is injured. Technically, he has an injury entering Week Five. But he has no official designation on the final Week Five report.Rams at Seahawks Week 5 preview | Pro Football FocusBeyond providing data for all 32 NFL teams, PFF also supports network broadcasters with game-preview packets that are used to enhance the in-game experience for fans and viewers. This Rams-Seahawks preview features the same information their broadcast partners use for team research and in-game production.NFC Players of the Month for September | Pro Football FocusWith four weeks of the NFL season in the books http://www.officialramsfootballstore.com/robert-woods-jersey-cheap , it’s time to look at the first players of the month across both conferences. Here are PFF’s Players of the Month for September. Ranking all 32 wide receiving corps through Week 4 | Pro Football FocusNow through Week 4 of the 2018-19 NFL season, we have come together to rank all 32 wide receiving corps in the NFL. The ranks pull from grades, advanced stats and more that each of the team’s wide receivers have generated in four weeks of play.Everything runs through Gurley in Rams’ explosive offense | LA TimesWith so much open space in front of him, Todd Gurley hardly could believe his eyes.Juggernaut Rams set to welcome back Barron | SportsnautStarting inside linebacker Mark Barron, who’s missed the first four games of the season with an ankle issue, is expected to return to the lineup for the team’s Week 5 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.3 key matchups for Rams at Seahawks | Seahawks’ official siteHere are three key matchups that could make the difference when the Seahawks host the Rams at CenturyLink Field Sunday.3 predictions for Week 5 against the Seahawks | Ramblin FanLos Angeles faces NFC West foe Seattle as absolute supremacy in the division heats up in Week 5.3 biggest causes for concern vs. Seahawks | Rams WireThere aren’t many concerns facing Los Angeles, but here are the three biggest.Suh can line up anywhere and produce up front | LA TimesThe pressure comes from all angles and positions along the Rams’ front, be it nose tackle, defensive tackle or end. Ndamukong Suh is making an impact from all three spots.Suh has been everything Rams hoped for and “a little bit more” | Rams WireThe Los Angeles Rams had high hopes when they signed Ndamukong Suh this offseason. The main allure was pairing him with Aaron Donald in the middle of the defense, having two All-Pros next to each other on any given play.2019 NFL mock draft | CBS SportsEnjoy this 2019 mock draft where every NFC West team is picking inside the top 8 (two of them go 1 and 2)...and the Rams’ pick dead last. Videos via Rams’ Official SiteOne-on-one with Cairo SantosMark Barron on Rams’ defense + being ready for SeattleSean McVay Friday press conferenceTodd Gurley on Rams’ offense + Week 5 matchupMarcus Peters talks Seahawks prepRandom Ramsdom 8/21: Ndamukong Suh LOLs at Dolphins Run Defense and More Ndamukong Suh Mocks Dolphins’ Run Defense in Instagram Comment | ESPNNdamukong Suh throwing shade at his old team. I wouldn’t call this a “sick burn” as the kids say, but it’s not nothing either.Rams ‘definitely Leaning Towards’ Playing Goff, Gurley and Starters Vs. Texans | Rams WireGoff Was dressed during the win against the Raiders but didn’t see any playing time. Now it seems like the needle is moving towards finally giving the starters some full-bore reps against another team, at least according to Coach McVay.Rams, Tackle Rob Havenstein Agree to Terms on 4-year Contract Extension | OC RegisterRams: “You get a contract Cooper Kupp Jersey Elite , And you get a contract! EVERYONE GETS A CONTRACT!”Aaron Donald: checks under his seat, “Where’s my contract?”Rams: “Oh, we must have ran out... But you can have this Franchise Tag right here.”PFF’s Preseason Week 2 NFL Team of the Week | PFFCiting an impressive showing during the win over the Oakland Raiders on Saturday, Nate Holley gets picked for Safety on PFF’s weekly NFL Team. Based purely on what I observed from my seat at the Coliseum, I have to agree with PFF, Nate did well and was a key part of a few plays. He definitely put up a better performance than his brother, who was overshadowed at RB by John Kelly.Sean McVay: ‘Good possibility’ Rams sign Junior Galette following workout | Even with all the moves they’ve already made, The best on-paper defense in the NFL isn’t sitting still, even this late into the offseason. Rams Activate Dominique Easley | PFTShould the Aaron Donald situation bleed into the regular season, having Easley healthy and playing again is a an especially positive development.Gallery: Rams edge Raiders in preseason action | Fox SportsThese are some cool shots from Saturday’s game.What We Learned From the Rams’ 19-15 Preseason Victory Over the Oakland Raiders | LA TimesSome good takeaways from Saturday’s victory over the Oakland Raiders.25 Most Important Rams for 2018 – No. 21: LB Cory Littleton | A lot has been said about the players being lost in the shadow of the All-Star Rams defense. Littleton may not be a big name in the sense that Suh or Aqib Talib are, but as the defense’s new signal-caller, he’s as important, if not more so.
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