Rams’ Practice Report: Improving Red Zone Efficiency | Rams’ Official Site
In Week 5, the Rams were only able to score one touchdown in their four red zone appearances against the Bills. That’s what they’re focusing on as they head look towards this week’s matchup vs. the Detroit Lions.
This is a pretty big two-week stretch for the Los Angeles Rams, right before their bye. They’ll fly to Detroit to face the Lions on Sunday, then directly from there they’ll fly all the way to London to “host” the New York Giants.
Goff Remains Patient, As Are Team’s Coaches | O.C. Register
Jared Goff stands – apparently with patience – and waits to enter a regular-season game, even as his quarterback contemporaries have formed a conga line into their respective huddles.
“Hungry” Hill Back in Rams’ Starting Lineup | Ventura County Star
A week later, Troy Hill is back in the starting lineup. The St. Bonaventure High graduate said he’ll be “hungry” to prove himself in his third NFL start for the Los Angeles Rams Sunday in Detroit, where he’ll take the place of injured cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
Lions, Rams Face Off In Search of More Offense | ABC News 12 Detroit
The Detroit Lions have failed to find any consistency on offense. Their opponent this week has been even worse.
5 Best Teams Who Didn’t Win a Super Bowl | Football Yards
Here’s a look at 5 of the best teams to ever make it to the dance, only to come up short in search of a Super Bowl victory.
Lions Wary of Rams’ Second Year Back Gurley | Detroit News
By this point last season, through five games, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley already had four 100-yard rushing performances. This season, he’s still looking for his first.
The Los Angeles Rams might be shorthanded in their secondary against Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions on Sunday, but they have a secret weapon: Cody Davis, who once intercepted Stafford twice in the same game.
Los Angeles Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein has gone from potentially losing his job to starting off perfect.