Peter King explains Goff’s rise from the ashes I NBC Sports
Peter King breaks down just how far Jared Goff has come since his rocky start back in the Fisherian Era. Watching this clip will likely provide a fair level of satisfaction for Rams fans.
Mo Alexander is back in Seattle I 247Sports
Our old Rams pal Maurice Alexander appears to have landed in Seattle, where roster spots have been opening faster than new Starbucks (Starbukses?). The interesting twist is he might not play safety at all, he may actually play some weakside linebacker, where he played at times during the preseason for Seattle before being waived.
Seattle Times NFL team rankings I Seattle Times
It’s always fun to check out what the newspapers in rival team’s markets are saying about the Rams. Well, in the Seattle Times everything seems to be in order as the Rams hold down the top position in the Times’ weekly rankings.
Myles Simmons delivers a interesting breakdown of several of Sean McVay’s triumphs last week against the Vikings. It’s always fun to look at the ways McVay adjusts his personnel packages to deliver the matchups that he can exploit.
Suh enjoying success as an end I Rams Official Site
Wade Phillips has been allowing Ndamukong Suh to enjoy several different points of attack this season, including playing end, where he has flourished. Myles Simmons explores the ability the Suh to thrive away from the interior of the defensive line.
With our attention shifting to this week’s opponent, the Seattle Seahawks have suspended linebacker Mychal Kendricks , who will likely be serving time after pleading guilty to insider trading. So far this season, Kendricks is the Seahawks fifth leading tackler and is second on the team in sacks. This should be a tough blow for Seattle, who is already without linebacker K.J. Wright.
Colin Cowherd ranks the teams through Week 4. Colin has a few surprises here and there, and of course the red hot Rams land somewhere in Cowherd’s Top 10.