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Random Ramsdom 11/7: Cool heads prevail for the LA Rams

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Reinforcements arriving on defense, as the Rams circle the wagons and prepare for the Seahawks.

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Does a ceiling even exist for Aaron Donald’s greatness? I Pro Football Focus

Aaron Donald continues to the raise the bar on what great interior play means. Somehow he keeps getting better, and fortunately Pro Football Focus does a pretty swell job of quantifying and documenting his dominance.

The countdown is on for cornerback Aqib Talib’s return I Rams Wire

The Rams are desperately in need of some Vitamin T, as in Talib. With Marcus Peters well documented struggles this season, the Rams are looking forward to Aqib Talib’s Week 13 return. Between now and then, the Rams will face the Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, and Detroit Lions. Here is Talib’s interview from with the NFL Network.

The bounce back. How are Rams players reacting to defeat? I Rams Official Site

The Rams finally lost a game, so how are they reacting? Weeks like this are when Sean McVay’s mentality really seems to rub off his players. See what McVay, Jared Goff, Michael Brockers, John Johnson III, and Todd Gurley are saying.

Is Ryan Clark still driving the Rams bandwagon after a loss? I ESPN

Watch unapologetic Rams believer Ryan Clark, eat humble pie, spike humble pie, and then update his rankings.

The Rams fall in power polls across the board. I Rams Official Site

Apparently the Rams won’t be leading the polls wire to wire this season, which is okay since this isn’t college football. To be honest, it might be a good thing for this still young team to not be anointed as the kings of the league until they actually win a few playoff games.

The Rams still experimenting with edge personnel I Rams Official Site

The Rams are still tinkering with ways to produce a better pass rush off the edge. Enter Dante Fowler and Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, who Wade Phillips is hoping will be able to have some impact. It will be interesting to see what this defenses best lineup looks like as they near the playoffs.