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Random Ramsdom 7/12: NFL Gamebreakers, Poor Supporting Casts, and Rams’ Toughest Games of 2016

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Top 10 NFL Gamebreakers |  Pro Football Focus

The best NFL offenses have a combination of reliable weapons and game-breaking threats—players capable of changing the momentum of games in a single play are invaluable in the modern NFL. Big plays can also have a demoralizing effect on opponents.

With that in mind, here are the 10 most dangerous game-breaking weapons set to take the field in 2016.



Comparing quarterbacks in the NFL is difficult. Even though every starting quarterback carries the same position label, no two play in exactly the same situation.


The Los Angeles Rams will have a tough road if they’re going to have any shot at reaching the playoffs this season.


Time to run down the San Francisco 49ers opponents as they prepare for training camp. They face a Los Angeles Rams team with a new city and a new franchise QB.


As if Patriots fans needed yet another reason to feel good about themselves, a new Emory University study has ranked New England as tops among the NFL’s 32 fan bases. At the opposite end of the spectrum: the Bills, Chiefs, Raiders, Jaguars, and Rams.


With the NFL back in L.A., the star players on the Rams will stand to benefit from the added exposure, interest, and marketing dollars.

Rams Floor/Ceiling in 2016 |  Sports Blog

The Monday Night game against the 49ers starts at 10pm ET. Granted, not many people are going to watch a battle between two really bad teams even if the game starts at 8 ET, but literally no one West of Denver will watch this game.