Rams partner with Have A Sol and Nike to Donate Cleats | Rams Official
Rams defenders Samson Ebukam and Ethan Westbrooks led a group from the team that donated cleats to the Watts Bears youth football program. It’s always nice to see the organization giving back.
Opposing View: Seahawks HC Pete Carroll keyed in on Rams offense | Rams Official
Pete Carroll stopped chewing gum long enough to uncork a few hot takes, such as “they’re really on it,” as he discussed the Rams’ early season success. He then proceeded to insert a fresh piece of gum in his mouth and winked several times.
Brockers went on to add “...except the guys over at TST. They can crown us all they like, because they clearly don’t know what they’re talking about.” Seriously, though, it’s good to hear a veteran reiterate humility in the midst of all the hype.
In the “what have you done for me lately” column, this list didn’t even include Todd Gurley, who’s on pace to (slightly) outperform his 2017 OPOY season. The Rams received some nice honorable mentions, too. Say what you will about PFF, I’d be hard-pressed to argue with any of these selections.
Bobby Wagner out for home revenge vs the Rams | 247 Sports
Despite having an excellent last name, the Seahawks’ standout MLB is trapped in an alternate universe where he and his teammates will slow down the Rams’ attack and somehow exact revenge for last year’s 42-7 drubbing. Rinse and repeat, Bobby.
It’s true. No matter where Wade Phillips lines up DT Ndamukong Suh, he’s been effective and generated pressure. Thus far, the prize free agent acquisition has been worth every penny.
Rams, Goff take aim at depleted Seahawks | National Football Post
With Earl Thomas’ bird-riddled departure from last week’s narrow victory over Arizona, the Seahawks secondary looks nothing like the unit that took the field in the 2014 Super Bowl. Jared Goff and company will take on the “Legion Of Whom?” on Sunday. Also: when we sweep them in LA, can someone break out a “Legion Of Broom” sign? Thanks.
Throughout his career, Aaron Donald has owned Russell Wilson, but he’s not taking the Seahawks QB lightly. Hopefully the 4th quarter sack attack on display against Minnesota will carry over to Century Link this Sunday.
The Seahawks did run the ball well against Arizona, and return starting RB Chris Carson this week. The Rams’ run fits will need to be sound against the emerging Seattle ground attack as keeping the LA offense off the field will be their only chance.
Rich Hammond with more on the Rams’ D-Line and their unusual versatility. There’s also the general sense that the unit may have just started to gel last week and communication is improving, which may not bode well for the SeaChickens.