Rams Value Doubled with Move to L.A. | ESPN
Moving to Los Angeles didn't seem to do much for the Rams' on-the-field fortunes, but leaving St. Louis for Hollywood seemed to be a savvy business move for owner Stan Kroenke.
Time for Rams to Play Goff | CBS Sports
After that MNF fiasco, the Rams can't wait any longer on the No. 1 pick.
Dickerson: Goff Isn’t Ready for the NFL | Yahoo! Sports
Eric Dickerson has let what he saw in the listless opener against the San Francisco 49ers soak in, and he has some thoughts — some really bold thoughts — about what went wrong with the Rams and what their significant problems will be going forward.
Three Methods on How to Approach a Rookie QB | NFL.com
It's one of the enduring arguments when football people get together: What is the ideal way to handle a prized rookie quarterback? There are two diametrically-opposed schools of thought here -- start him right away or sit him for the time being.
Why Won’t the Rams Give Goff a Chance? | Bleacher Report
You can hardly blame just one player, but by all reasonable measures, L.A.'s worst player was quarterback Case Keenum, who earned a team-worst Pro Football Focus grade of minus-3.6 in a comically bad performance.
Fisher Ok With Rams Raising Fist During Anthem | ESPN
Rams coach Jeff Fisher had yet to address Kenny Britt and Robert Quinn since they joined a collection of players throughout the NFL by raising a fist in the air during the national anthem, but he didn't seem to have much of a problem with it.
Carroll Implies Wilson Might Not Be 100% | Pro Football Talk
Yes, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has an ankle injury. No, he apparently won’t be missing the game. But, yes, it’s something that likely will affect him at the Coliseum on Sunday.
Seahawks’ Week 2 Focus Will Be on Stopping Gurley | ESPN
To help get an early scouting report on Jeff Fisher's squad, here are six players to watch, courtesy of ESPN's Rams reporter Alden Gonzalez.
Rawls To Regain Starting Job vs. Rams | NFL.com
The plan all along was for Thomas Rawls to replace retired superstar Marshawn Lynch as the lead back once the former Central Michigan star was in peak football condition after missing the entire offseason program and the first three preseason games after breaking his ankle last winter.
Breaking Down the Seahawks’ Opponent | 247 Sports
The Seattle Seahawks just finished navigating an emotional roller coaster of a home opener, which featured the tragedy of September 11 as a backdrop and the growing tension over racial inequality in the foreground. Now, they'll travel to the bright lights of Los Angeles in a homecoming of the ages for their division rival Los Angeles Rams.