The Los Angeles Rams (8-1) host division rival Seattle Seahawks (4-4) this Sunday at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Both teams are looking to bounce back in Week 10, as the Rams fell on the road to the New Orleans Saints last week, and Seahawks dropped one at home against the Chargers.
The Seahawks find themselves in second place in what has come to be a very weak NFC West division in 2018. The Rams, with a win this weekend, would take a five game lead and all but lock up the division title.
The Rams won’t have their bye until Week 12, and I’m sure the entire team are ready for some rest. That said, they’re in good shape heading into this Week 10 contest. Offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth and John Sullivan, per usual, were out on Thursday simply for much-needed veterans rest. Gurley was back at it.
Here is the Rams’ injury report for Thursday.
And here’s a look at the Seahawks, which featured 12 players on the initial injury report — half of which didn’t practice.