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Random Ramsdom 12/6: Introducing John Kelly and Justin Davis

With back RB Malcolm Brown out for an extended period of time, the LA Rams look to their depth.

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Rams backup RB likely headed for the IR | Rams official site

RB Malcolm Brown is officially going to miss some significant time with a clavicle injury — eight to ten weeks. Yikes.

Rams backup RBs are ready to step up | LA Times

RB Justin Davis from USC and RB John Kelly from Tennessee are the prime candidates to step in after the RB Malcolm Brown injury. Who deserves to be the backup to RB Todd Gurley II? (John Kelly).

Bears injury report makes it likely that they’ll have their guy at QB | ESPN

QB Mitch Trubisky looks likely to play on Sunday in Chicago against the Los Angeles Rams. Trubisky has some quotes in this piece that makes it clear that he believes that he’ll be ready to go; but now it’s up to the coaches.

Jared Goff looking to bounce back after a lackluster game last week | OC Register

A great piece from Rich Hammond. And the idea that gloves and Goff will be a hot topic of discussion once this game rolls around has become very likely.

How will the Bears protect Trubisky from Aaron Donald | Chicago Tribune

Excellent question: you can’t.

LA Rams back on top of the power rankings | Yahoo Sports

It’s not rocket science to realize that once the New Orleans Saints lost to the Dallas Cowboys, the LA Rams only needed to keep the winning streak going. The only team that’s 11-1 right now are the Rams — it’s a nice feeling, I’ll take it.

The madness of McVay | Pro Football Weekly

Great hype piece on coach Sean McVay and how he keeps defensive coordinators up at night.

Bears player talks about how the crowd will make it difficult for the Rams | YouTube

Watch this video of WR Allen Robinson explaining how the Chicago crowd will able to affect the Rams’ offense.

Rams know they have to lay it all out on the line to stop Bears | LA Times

Make no bones about it, this game is going to lean heavily on the talents of LT Andrew Whitworth and OL Rob Havenstein. This is a big test for them, possibly the best defense the Rams have faced all season.

Rams injury report looks good besides Malcolm Brown injury | Rams WIre

CB Marcus Peters was a full participant in practice so it seems likely he’ll go on Sunday.