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Random Ramsdom 9/4: Ndonald, together at last, as LA Rams.

Suh and Donald united on the practice field, preparing to chase Carr on Monday Night.

The Rams will win the NFC! No, they won’t! Yes they will! I ESPN

Listen to Max Kellerman and Steven A. Smith go back and forth about whether or not the Los Angeles Rams should be favorites to make it out of a stacked NFC this season. Max believes in the Rams ability to control the trenches and goes to the either you have a pocket or you don’t argument. Smith counters with the fact that the Rams are a warm weather team and therefore are soft.

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Could the Rams still be considering acquiring a new backup quarterback? I Rams Wire

Sean McVay hits the press with a pile of words that may or may not mean that the Rams are still in the market for a backup quarterback. The QB2 position has been a cause for much angst among Rams fans, following the several putrid showings by backup quarterback Sean Mannion during the preseason.

Suh and Donald, together at last! I Rams Wire

They’re finally out there together: The Megalodon and the Great White, the Cold Crush, the Gruesome Twosome, The Twin Terrors.

Whatever you want to call them, Aaron Donald and and Ndamukong Suh are finally together and the transition has apparently been seamless.

Donald’s back, not missing Mack, and Blythe doesn’t rhyme with any of that. I LA Times

The Rams react to not seeing Khalil Mack in Week 1, having Aaron Donald back in the mix. Also, will Austin Blythe be tapped to fill in for the suspended Jamon Brown at right guard?

Newcomers are expected to buy into ‘We Not Me’ I LA Times

The Rams are getting ready to ride with newcomers Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, and Ndamukong Suh. Their personalities certainly have plenty of gravity, which has made news occasionally throughout their careers. Will they help reinforce Sean McVay’s “We Not Me” manta, and be able to become team leaders? Gary Klein explores the new blend of talent and personalities that the 2018 Rams will be relying on.

A glimpse into the dynamics of the quarterback room I LA Times

Gary Klein provides a glimpse into the dynamics of the quarterback room, shared by Jared Goff, Sean Mannion, Brandon Allen, Luis Perez, and quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor.

Cornerback Aqib Talib is an important Ram. I Rams Wire

Cameron DaSilva continues to rank the 25 most important Rams this season, and has placed Aqib Talib at #7, one spot ahead of fellow cornerback Marcus Peters. Check out what Cam has to say about Talib’s importance to the squad this season.