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The Rams high-scoring victory over the Chiefs has everyone pondering the state of the game

Kansas City Chiefs v Los Angeles Rams
Rams fans often cheered louder for defensive stops than for touchdowns during Monday Night’s score-fest.
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The best regular season game ever! I ESPN

Stephan A Smith can’t recall seeing a better regular season game. His excitement can be your excitement can be yours, just click the link…

That game was insane, so where do we stand? I The Ringer

The Ringer’s Rodger Sherman was clearly moved by the Rams victory over the Kansas City Chiefs and explores what the NFL has become, and defense’s place in todays game.

The game has changed, who is built to survive? I Fox Sports Radio

The Rams/Chiefs matchup has everyone pondering what the future of NFL football will look like. Rich Eisen thinks the Rams, Chiefs, Saints, and Bears have the vision and everyone else better follow suit or get left behind.

LA Together, and the weather has changed in the LA sports landscape I LA Times

LA Times columnist Bill Plaschke felt the gravity of the Rams game, and what it meant to the city of Los Angeles. Here’s his account of the evening and where the Rams stand, as they continue to reestablish themselves in Southern California.

Should the NFL continue playing regular season games at neutral sites? I OC Register

Jim Alexander of the OC Register has strong opinions regarding the NFL’s International Series, and even takes a dig at the Chargers.

Things that we didn’t expect to see on Monday Night Football I SB Nation

Check out the reaction from the Chiefs side of things on Arrowhead Pride. Here are Five things we didn’t expect

Where does Adam Rank think Bruce and Holt stand among Hall Of Fame semi-finalists? I NFL official site

Adam Rank ranks the 25 modern-era Hall Of Fame semi-finalists, no pun intended. Former Rams receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt are included, see where Rank has them, and feel free to disagree in the comments.

Todd Gurley was dinged up early in the Chiefs game I NFL official site

Anyone who has watched Rams running back Todd Gurley put in work this season probably recognized that Gurley really didn’t look right during Monday’s triumph over the Kansas City Chiefs. He officially wasn’t right, apparently he was hurt when he rolled an ankle early on.

NFL Players react to Rams/Chiefs game I NFL official site

All eyes were on Monday Night Football this week, including those of NFL players across the United States, and of course they tweeted about it. Here is a collection of player reactions to the game.