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Random Ramsdom 12/15: Saturday news and notes for the Los Angeles Rams

Rams-Eagles previews, first round bye clinching scenarios, keys to the game, and more...

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Preview: Rams return to Coliseum to host Eagles on Sunday night | Rams’ official site

The Rams have not lost back-to-back in the regular season under head coach Sean McVay and will look to continue the trend of nearly two years against the defending world champion Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday in Los Angeles.

After two down games, Rams need Goff to return to MVP level | ESPN

I don’t think this will be the last time I have a bad game,Jared Goff said. “And I don’t think it will be the last time I have two bad games in a row, if I play for as long as I want to.

Johnson has proven to be much more than a safety valve on defense | LA Times

They had not yet played together in a game, but Rams cornerback Marcus Peters already had formulated his evaluation of second-year safety John Johnson III.

WATCH: Keys to the game for Eagles-Rams | NFL Network

NFL Network’s Charley Casserly provides his keys to Sunday night’s matchup

NFC West Awards Week 15: Which bad QB switched bodies with Jared Goff? | Seattle Times

The Seahawks and Rams both enter Sunday games with major playoff implications. But can Rams quarterback Jared Goff rediscover his mojo in time for a significant postseason run?

How the Rams can lock up the first round bye | Rams Wire

Here’s the very simple clinching scenario for L.A. to seal at least the No. 2 seed.

Rams’ 3 biggest concerns vs. Eagles Sunday night | Rams Wire

There isn’t a whole lot of worry for the Rams entering this game, but these three factors could lead to an upset victory by the Eagles.

3 things to watch in the NFC West in Week 15 | Ramblin Fan

The Los Angeles Rams may have already wrapped up the NFC West, but the Seahawks are still a fixture in the playoff hunt in Week 15.

Does any NFC team actually want the final wild card spot in the NFL playoffs? | SB Nation

It seems like every time a team gets close to taking control of the No. 6 seed, things go south.