The New England Patriots can scheme a star player pretty effectively, but the Rams aren’t a typical team — they can kill you all sorts of different ways. Even if WR Brandin Cooks is taken out of the game due to a double-team, WR Robert Woods and WR Josh Reynolds will easily step up. Guys, I’m getting pumped for this game.
Injury report has Zuerlein and Countess on the list | Rams official site
Health-wise, the Rams are “in a good place right now.”
Tom Brady has played in more Super Bowls than the entire Rams’ roster | Pro Football Talk
Oh boy. The experience going into Super Bowl LIII is going to an annoying narrative for Los Angeles Rams fans. Here’s a stat you’ll hear a million times in the next two weeks: Tom Brady is playing in his 9th Super Bowl. He also kisses his son on the mouth for an incredibly long amount of time. Both of these facts are NOT equally important, but still worth mentioning?
These two weeks going into the Super Bowl is going to be rich with stuff like this.
The Rams’ Stan Kroenke represents worst of NFL | The Nation
And no punches were pulled.
Patriots-Rams betting odds and predictions | CBS Sports
Sportsline’s advanced computer has simulated the matchup between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams and it probably means nothing. Still, it makes the legit point that the Pats’ run game is going to be a major factor that the Rams’ defense will need to stop.
Jared Goff’s hometown bursting with pride over Super Bowl birth | CBS Los Angeles
No Cal has been infected with Rams fever! Yep, Novato, California is in the tank for Jared Goff’s LA Rams.
Mike Florio makes the point that S John Johnson III might have made a huge error in riling up QB Tom Brady this week. Whatever. Tom Brady is scared of eating strawberries, which means we don’t have to be scared of him.
Are sports fans in St. Louis rooting for or against the Rams? | CBS Los Angeles
Let’s just say that things are complicated in St. Louis right now.
Super Bowl LIII is going to happen regardless of how many tears are shed in New Orleans and Kansas City — this article makes the point that both Super Bowl teams deserve to be in the big game and the whining needs to stop.
Ol’ AW didn’t mince words when he was asked about the controversy surrounding the no-call PI that involved CB Nickell Robey-Coleman.
That’s the news, jerks!