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Random Ramsdom 11/1: Rams stay pat at trade deadline while NY Giants appear vulnerable

With New York Giants CB Janoris Jenkins out for this Sunday’s game, the Rams are looking to avoid a classic trap game as they build on their momentum.

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It’s a big deal that Rams are favored on the road | Rams Wire

For the first time in 12 years, the Los Angeles Rams are favored by 4 points on the road. This is a good read, especially if you’re into Marc Bulger nostalgia.

Meet this week’s Rams’ opponent: the New York Giants | OC Register

What kind of Giants’ team are the Rams going to face on Sunday? What’s going on with the coach situation? And who are the players to watch? Rich Hammond has your back.

The 49ers Trade Makes The End of the Season more interesting | Ramblin’ Fan

By releasing QB Brian Hoyer and trading for QB Jimmy Garoppolo, the San Francisco 49ers aren’t as much of a pushover as they had been this season. This makes for a much more intriguing matchup on December 31.

Janoris Jenkins suspended indefinitely | Giants Official Site

The star cornerback for the New York Giants will not play on Sunday against the Rams due to a suspension. Jenkins reportedly broke team rules when he failed to show up for a team meeting.

Contenders/Pretenders: Rams made the grade |

This season has been wild and full of unfortunate injuries to star players... so what teams rose to the top in the midst of all this madness? The LA Rams and the Buffalo Bills, silly!

Does Lance Dunbar still have a role with the Rams | ESPN

With a couple of weeks to prove himself in practice, RB Lance Dunbar may have proven himself irrelevant by the play of WR Tavon Austin, who has carved himself a role as a change-of-pace back behind RB Todd Gurley and RB Malcom Brown. So, where does Dunbar fit in?

Rams stand pat at trade deadline | Yahoo Sports

A story about a non-story? Well, apparently people really thought the Rams were going to trade WR Tavon Austin.

Rams remain high on the power rankings | Rams Official Site

Coming out of the bye week, the Rams are looking fresh and formidable, facing a banged up New York Giants team. Sky is the limit, Rams fans.

Jamon Brown says Sean McVay keeps Rams team on right path | Rams Wire

Another story about the culture change in the Rams locker room, but this time it’s from the mouth of my favorite underdog offensive lineman, Jamon Brown. Coach McVay is doing an admirable job at keeping the players accountable for their actions, and it’s making a difference on the field.

McVay continues to expand playbook | Rams Official Site

Coach Sean McVay never stops thinking about football and how the Rams can get better on offense. Take a deep dive into the mad genius that is Sean McVay. Another interesting article by Kristen Lago.

Robert Woods off to a strong start in LA | Rams Official Site

Who wants to read a puff piece about WR Robert Woods, even though he hasn’t scored a TD yet? The world. The world does. To be fair, Woods has been a solid part of the Rams offense and his blocking has been really under-appreciated.

Jared Goff Has become an extension of the coaching staff | Rams Wire

Another story about how Coach Sean McVay and QB Jared Goff are a great pair and the hiring of the young coach has been the best thing for the second year player. Yes, it hasn’t been perfect, but it’s light years better than last year. Slow news day, guys.