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Random Ramsdom 9/19: Neighborhood watch, LA Rams dig in for brawl with Bolts.

Separated by 12.7 miles on the 110 Freeway, the Rams will look distinguish themselves from the Chargers this Sunday.

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The Rams are good no matter who they play I Pro Football Focus

Pro Football Focus analysts Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson explain why the Rams are the real deal this season. Acknowledging that they clearly beat up inferior opponents in the first two weeks of the season, Palazzolo and Monson explain why the Rams will continue to get the job done when they clash with better teams over the next couple games. Here’s one of the nifty PFF graphics that you can see in the video.

Again, thank you Samuel Lester Snead!

Guess which three Rams made the PFF ‘Team of the Week’ I Rams Official Site

Three Rams made this week’s PFF ‘Team Of The Week’. Make your predictions and click the link to see if you nailed em.

Crossing enemy lines: the Chargers site breaks down Sunday’s matchup I Chargers Official Site

See what they’re saying about the Sunday’s matchup over on the Chargers website. We only get to see LAR Vs LAC every four years, and fortunately this meeting has the makings of a heavyweight clash. If possible, be sure to make it out to the Coliseum this Sunday.

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks can’t agree on what the outcome of the Rams/Chargers game I Rams Official Site

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks analyze the Rams/Chargers game, and provide differing opinions on how the game will play out. Standouts from both teams are highlighted, including Todd Gurley and Chargers linebacker Kyzer White.

Will Brinson and Kenny White can’t agree either. I CBS Sports

Will Brinson and Kenny White analyze the line for Sunday’s game, and like Brooks and Jeremiah, they disagree on who will win, or at least cover. What do you think? Is the Rams by 7 a fair line?

San Diego, what say you? I San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego is now open game for the Rams to build their fan base, and they’ve made some inroads in that regard. The San Diego Union Tribune is still as versed in all-things Chargers as any Los Angeles-based paper is, so what are they saying about this Sunday’s game down in LoCal?