Rest has Todd Gurley feeling great after rolled ankle against Chiefs I Rams Official Site
As you’ve likely already heard, Touchdown Todd was dinged up early in the Chiefs game and didn’t have as impactful of a performance as he usually does. Sean McVay seems to think he’ll be fine coming off a bye week though as the Rams head to Detroit to take on the Lions.
Aqib Talib is frothing to return against the Lions I ESPN
Some may recall, the Rams defense actually looked pretty good earlier this season. That was back when their secondary was still intact prior Aqib Talib’s ankle injury. It’s been a long eight weeks, but Talib is looking to return on Sunday, and hopefully provide a boost to the Rams defense.
Of course, they may be able to survive until the Bears game if his ankle doesn’t quite check-out...
Just in time to cover nobody. https://t.co/uFPHR3hSSO— Pride of Detroit (@PrideOfDetroit) November 26, 2018
Deion Sanders excited to see Talib’s impact on the Rams’ defense I NFL Network
As a former lock-down corner himself, Neon Deion Sanders seems to think Talib’s return will make a big difference for Wade Phillip’s troops. Saunders stops by the the NFL Network to break down his thoughts on Talib’s return, as well as some other returning players around the league.
What teams are the most likely to make the Super Bowl? I NFL Official Site
Adam Shein ranks the teams that he thinks are most likely to appear in the Super Bowl. Will he take the Rams or Saints out of the NFC?
Michael Brockers chops it up on the Dave Dameshek show. I NFL Network
Rams defensive lineman Michael Brockers hangs out with Dave Dameshek and gives some insight as to the Rams outlook on playoff opponents, playing with Aaron Donald, the Chiefs game, and more…
Gerald Everett picking his spots, and making an impact. I Rams Official Site
Tight end Gerald Everett is a weapon that the Rams haven’t used that often this season, but obviously he shined on the brightest stage of this NFL season a week ago. Myles Simmons takes a look a Everett’s mentality as waits to eat on the Rams busy offense.
The Lions are struggling to get downfield like they used to. I SB Nation
This week’s opponent, the Detroit Lions, have apparently gone from being one of the better deep-ball teams of 2017, to one of the worst in 2018 for a variety of reasons. Pride of Detroit takes a look at the possible factors responsible for this decline.