WR Cooper Kupp and WR Brandin Cooks are back on track to play
It was a mild shock to see WR KhaDarel Hodge on the field last week in Seattle, since he was watching games on his couch just a couple of weeks ago. It just goes to show how important depth is at all positions on an NFL team.
But now it appears that both Cooper Kupp and Brandin Cooks have passed their concussion protocol and are ready to play.
Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp are participating in individual drills today as they progress in concussion protocol. pic.twitter.com/w5Gi8qjhrD— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) October 11, 2018
Defense is ready to improve
Ndamukong Suh admitted that the run defense has been terrible.
Ndamukong Suh referred to the Rams’ recent run defense as “terrible,” and credited opponents but said the biggest issue is internal.— Rich Hammond (@Rich_Hammond) October 11, 2018
But Coach McVay says that the problems with the defense are fixable, and he has a point. The talent is there, everyone just needs to get on the same page; some players, like LB Mark Barron, are just returning.
Sean McVay not worried about Rams' run defense struggles: 'Very fixable' https://t.co/zKdvh3DH2j— Rams Wire (@TheRamsWire) October 10, 2018
Rams’ offense continues to be a force of nature
Now RB Todd Gurley has entered the MVP conversation. This team has so many weapons, it’s crazy.
Rams offense coming to town!!!! pic.twitter.com/jIzrA2mOjb— Daniel Ortiz (@budman227) October 9, 2018
The Rams’ offense looks to flourish again in Denver against the Broncos while the defense prepares to regain their reputation as the Mob Squad.
Sunday can’t arrive soon enough.