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Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints: The Professor’s preview

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NFC Championship Game—the victor moves onto Super Bowl LIII

Los Angeles Rams v Oakland Raiders Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

If you followed my previews throughout this season, I’ve talked about the strengths and weaknesses of our Los Angeles Rams and the opposing team’s strengths and weaknesses. Each week I’ve also provided some insight to our history with our opponent. I then publish my gameplan for victory, but things don’t always turn out the way I thought it would.

This week, we have been bombarded with stats, player breakdowns, position-by-position analysis, x-factors, and all the things that make conference championship games the best games of the year.

I’m not going to ruin the fun.

At this point, the Professor knows this: the playoffs are a process of one game at a time and that hardest thing to do is to GET to the Super Bowl rather then playing in it. So here’s what I have to say about the game.

The Los Angeles Rams face the New Orleans Saints in the Superdome on Sunday for a chance to punch their ticket into Super Bowl LIII as the NFC Conference Champion.

The formula for winning is simple: Play your best game. Leave it all on the field.

The burden is on the Saints to prove they’re best, since to be the best, you have to beat the best.

A game of this magnitude comes down to focus. Don’t turn the ball over. Don’t get the dumb penalty. Ignore the naysayers. Put aside all the distractions, including the crowd. Play Rams’ football for sixty minutes. Play your best, because you are the best.

When our Los Angeles Rams play to their potential, no one can beat us.

Our Los Angeles Rams are posed for greatness this Sunday, and as long as our team puts forward their best effort, the outcome is predetermined.

So with all my heart, with all that is my being, past, present and future....GO RAMS!