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Random Ramsdom 1/23: Los Angeles Rams shift focus toward the New England Patriots

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A couple more glances back at the NFC championship, and here comes the Super Bowl circus.

NFC Championship - Los Angeles Rams v New Orleans Saints Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Eric Dickerson discusses what he saw in the NFC championship game I Fox Sports

Eric Dickerson puts on his Los Angeles Rams sombrero and discusses the evolution of Jared Goff, the Rams victory over the New Orleans Saints, as well as their upcoming matchup with the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.

The Rams and Patriots seasons mirrored each other in many ways I LA Times

Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times explores the similarities between the arch of the Rams’ and Patriots’ seasons.

What is going on at running back position? I The Ringer

C.J. Anderson played four more snaps than Todd Gurley did in New Orleans, and had twelve more carries, so what gives? The Ringer explores what is happening at the running back position for the Rams.

The Super Bowl officiating crew is set I Business Insider

John Parry’s officiating crew has overseen seven Rams’ victories, and never a loss. Parry will now have a chance to officiate what will be one of the most important game’s in the franchise’s history at Super Bowl LIII.

Five takeaways from the NFC championship game I Rams Official Site

Take one last look at the victory in New Orleans. Myles Simmons provides five takeaways from the NFC championship game.

What’s going on with Todd Gurley and what can we expect from him in the Super Bowl? I ESPN

Dan Orlovsky discusses Todd Gurley’s “bad day” and what to expect out of him in the Super Bowl.

Peter King explores the aftermath of championship weekend I Fox Sports

Colin Cowherd is joined by Peter King to discuss the conference championship games, reviewing calls, Jared Goff, Tom Brady, and building teams through free agency.

Are zone running schemes the Patriots kryptonite? I Fox Sports

Are zone running schemes the Patriots kryptonite? Mark Schlereth presents some compelling arguments as to why the Rams have more than a puncher’s chance against the Patriots.