The Rams’ strengths begin with All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald. He’s the player to watch Sunday at Twickenham Stadium. He will keep the Giants’ offensive line occupied.
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Two of the best in the business will be on display at the same time - on the same field - on Sunday morning at Twickenham Stadium.
The Los Angeles Rams and the New York Giants face off from London on Sunday, and it also will be a matchup between Aaron Donald and Odell Beckham Jr., the two superstar players who are giving opposing coordinators fits this week.
Here are six (three offense and three defense) G-Men to watch on Sunday.
Beckham Has Testy History with Rams | O.C. Register
The two-time Pro Bowl receiver is a thrill to watch on the field, hauling in 3,336 yards and 28 touchdowns since he entered the league in 2014, but he also has struggled at times to contain his emotions.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s first “incident” in the NFL came during the New York Giants’ road game against the Los Angeles (then St. Louis) Rams in 2014. A benches-clearing brawl erupted on the field after a late hit on Beckham.
Welcome to the Beckham Bounty Bowl.
Even though Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams gave up a year of his career after he was the Bountygate mastermind in New Orleans and still coaches the dirtiest team in the league, this is a league preaching safety first, even if violence sells.
Rams Hoping Plush Resort Proves Therapeutic | O.C. Register
It seems almost fitting the Rams ended up at the sprawling 123-acre Penny Hill Hotel during their week-long stay in England in preparation for their game against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Despite showing varying degrees of promise throughout OTAs and in training camp, the Los Angeles Rams’ rookie class has been virtually invisible through the first six weeks.
With nearly a full week in the city before Sunday's game at Twickenham Stadium, the team had plenty of time to become immersed in a new culture across the pond.
It’s strange to imagine Tony Romo not playing for the Dallas Cowboys. But with Dak Prescott as the starter, could he head to a team like the Rams?
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When Case Keenum has 2.6+ seconds to throw, his QB Rating is 106.4 (#8 in NFL).— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) October 20, 2016
With 2.5 seconds or less, his QB Rating is 76.6 (#31). pic.twitter.com/aGHx99aar8