Rich Hammond poses a fair question. In today’s NFL, you’d better be able to come through in the clutch, and thus far the 2018 Rams have done just that.
Mutual admiration defines Rams-Saints clash for tops in NFC | Associated Press
It’s nice to hear that Saints HC Sean Payton has respect for his younger counterpart, Sean McVay. The same couldn’t be said of his predecessor.
Fowler Likely to See One-on-One Rushing Opportunities | Rams Official
Naturally, EDGE rushers get fewer double-teams than interior linemen — and especially Los Angeles Rams interior linemen. Expect new Rams OLB Dante Fowler to be on an island when he’s called on on Sunday.
Not all games are created equal. I’d probably circle Sunday’s contest as the top dog, but the fellas over at RamsWire see it a little differently.
Pretty sure we can all guess two of these guys. The third might surprise you.
Some juicy quotes as we head into Sunday’s showdown in NOLA. One thing you might have forgotten: Wade Phillips was the DC in San Diego when Brees played there.
In the Captain Obvious department: Aaron Donald is a man amongst boys. A shark in guppy-infested waters. A Baconator in a bag of junior bacon chees.
The Saints QB likens playing against the Rams DL to the 1999 Outback Bowl, when Drew Brees’ Purdue Boilermakers faced off against Georgia’s Marcus Stroud and Richard Seymour.
ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown to Travel to New Orleans for Rams-Saints | Saints Official
For just the third time in the program’s 33-year history, NFL Countdown will broadcast remotely. You think Roger Goodell’s feeling a little guilty this game isn’t being broadcast in prime time?
Tongue, meet cheek, but it’s safe to say the teams Wade Phillips hasn’t been with is shorter than the list of teams he has.