The Rams’ offense is still the least-productive unit in the NFL, ranked 32nd among the 32 teams in yards per game. But Jeff Fisher likes what he sees.
Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher said his primary cornerback, Trumaine Johnson, is “probably not” going to play on Sunday, which had become rather obvious.
Rams off the practice field. HC Fisher indicated today that CB Trumaine Johnson will be “week to week” with his ankle injury.— Myles Simmons (@MylesASimmons) October 12, 2016
With Trumaine Johnson still out, Troy Hill moves back to starting CB for Rams. "And I can sleep at night knowing E.J.'s back," Fisher added.— Jack Wang (@thejackwang) October 12, 2016
Desperate for help at cornerback after the release of Coty Sensabaugh and the recent injury suffered by Trumaine Johnson, the Los Angeles Rams claimed Dwayne Gratz off waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday, as first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Greg Zuerlein May Be the Rams’ Biggest Surprise This Season | O.C. Register
One wouldn’t blame kicker Greg Zuerlein for being confused these days. First, the Rams wanted him to put more points on the scoreboard. Now, they’d prefer fewer points.
One Way or Another, Tavon’s Getting the Ball | O.C. Register
In search of ways to get the ball in the hands into receiver Tavon Austin, the Rams have taken the direct approach: They’re handing it to him.
Bills Found Holes in the Rams’ D-Line | L.A. Daily News
From the sideline, the three missing members of the Rams starting defensive line could only watch in streetclothes, as one of the NFL’s most vaunted fronts came apart at the seams.
Power Rankings, Week 6 | Rams’ Official Site
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