Monday Wrap-Up: Coming Home to Face the Bills | Rams’ Official Site
After starting out by playing three NFC West teams in their first four games, Los Angeles will now play opponents from outside their division — and their conference — for the next nine matchups. That starts on Sunday as the Bills (2-2) make a trip to the West Coast.
Winning is only a temporary relief from the misery of losing. NFL coaches tend to live by that motto, pessimistic as it may sound.
The Best Player in the NFL is Aaron Donald | Pro Football Focus
In case it hasn’t already been clear, NFL fans should know this: Last season was no fluke, and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is once again the best player in all of football.
The 10 Worst Players From Week 4 | Pro Football Focus
“Former No. 2 overall pick Robinson does not appear to be a whole lot better in Year 3 than he was in Years 1 or 2”
It’s Hard to Take the Rams Seriously When the Offense Stinks | Washington Post
The NFC West wasn’t supposed to be this way. Sure, the Seattle Seahawks were expected to be among the division leaders — perhaps even among the best in the NFL — but they were supposed to fight it out with the Arizona Cardinals, not the Los Angeles Rams.
Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher said Monday that Todd Gurley is "very close" to breaking off big runs.
Rams are Getting Really Defensive at Crunch Time | L.A. Times
The Rams remain in search of their running game, but they have found a proven formula for dramatic endings.
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson leaped in the end zone, intercepted a pass from Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer and gifted the football to his father in the stands.
Rams Brought Early Christmas to Arizona | L.A. Daily News
Rams coach Jeff Fisher brought a little holiday spirit to the NFC West this weekend.
Rams’ Defense Showing Up When Offense Stays Home | Today’s Pigskin
One month into the season, the Los Angeles Rams control the NFC West. The newly relocated franchise is now 3-1 after taking care of business against the Arizona Cardinals, and it’s not for the reasons optimists were projecting — at least not entirely.
Despite Deficiencies, Rams Keep Finding Ways to Win | O.C. Register
What would you have said if someone told you before the season Todd Gurley would not have a 100-yard performance four games in, Brian Quick would be the Rams’ top wide receiver and Aaron Donald’s first sack wouldn’t happen until the fourth game of the season? Same old Rams, right?
Every week, the talk gets a little bit quieter, pushed a little bit further to the background.
What We Learned From the Win Over the Cardinals | L.A. Times
A quick look at what we learned with the Rams Week 4, 17-13, win over the Arizona Cardinals.
Five Takeaways From Rams Week 4 Win Over Cardinals | Ramblin Fan
If there were any doubters for the Los Angeles Rams heading into Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, it’s safe to say those doubters have quickly become believers.
Perhaps it isn’t much of a stretch to suggest that if not for a couple of injuries suffered by a couple of rookie receivers, Brian Quick wouldn’t be on this team.