Well the fourth preseason game is finally upon us. The Rams are set to play the Miami Dolphins in the final game where fans don't have to worry about win and losses. This game will grant us a final look at the players before the season begins.
With all that being said, here are the veterans to watch:
Shaun Hill - QB
The next time Hill takes the field it will be as the new starter of the Rams. It's unknown how much time Hill will play against the Dolphins, but he will get a chance to gel with the starters. This will be our first chance to guage how well Hill will play during the season. He looked like he had a good command of the team before, but there wasn't any pressure on him, soon there will be.
Jake Long - LT
Long returned to action last week against the Cleveland Browns, and he proved that he was still rusty, allowing Sam Bradford to get hurt. Long should be worried about redemption, he needs to show that he's still a good left tackle moving forward, because the Rams offense could be in trouble if he's not.
Chris Givens- WR
Coming off of a great game last week, the Rams deep threat will attempt to not be forgotten in the lineup. With Stedman Bailey facing his four-game suspension soon, Givens has a chance to earn some playing time back. That started with a two catch, 90 yard game last week. It would be nice to see Givens have another big play this week.
Brandon McGee - CB
With Trumaine Johnson missing a few regular season games, the game against the Dolphins can be looked upon as: Who will play well enough to start in Johnson's place? Since McGee is in his second year, it wouldn't be a surprise if he get's a good long look. However, if he doesn't play this week, then the team will most likely hand the duties to E.J. Gaines, unless he plays horrible.
Zac Stacy - RB
The Rams running game hasn't been that impressive during the preseason so far, and it's hurt the second year running back. Stacy only has 39 yards on 15 carries so far, while his back up Benny Cunningham has 80 yards on the same amount of carries. Last week Cunningham started over Stacy, and although Fisher said that he wanted to see how Cunningham ran with the starters, that doesn't mean that Stacy is out of the woods.
These are the veterans that I will be watching this week. Which players will you spend time watching?