Filed under: Stream 2019 Los Angeles Rams Week 7 at Atlanta Falcons The Rams begin a two-game stretch of must-win opportunities by heading to ATL. Contributors: Turf Show Times Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: 2019 Los Angeles Rams Week 7 at Atlanta Falcons Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email 25 Total Updates Since Oct 16, 2019, 2:03pm CDT Follow this stream October 22, 2019 Week 7 perspective recap By 3k@3k_ The Rams are back on the better side of .500. October 22, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Game notes By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP After getting a chance to rip through the all-22, Sosa shares his observations. October 22, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Rams to watch revisited By Sean Wilkinson@Papa_Lurch Lurch pointed out Rams of interest against the Falcons. Let’s see how they performed. October 21, 2019 Week 7 snap count breakdown By Brandon Bate@NoPlanB_ You wanted more 2TE sets from the Rams, and you got it in Week 7 October 21, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Matchups to watch revisited By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP Sosa put together five matchups that played a part in deciding the outcome of the game. Let’s revisit them. October 21, 2019 Rams-Falcons: What we learned By Skye Sverdlin@Skyeattolah The Rams actually resembled their old selves in Atlanta, but should we expect more of the same moving forward? October 21, 2019 Random Ramsdom, 10/21 By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP Start your week off right with the best links on victory Monday. October 20, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Stock report By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP Let’s take a peak at the stock report after a dominating performance by the Rams. October 20, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Report card By Joey The Jerk@LaRamsRamsRams The grades are in and the LA Rams certainly showed fans they’re alive and kicking. October 20, 2019 Rams 37, Falcons 10: Dominance By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP This was the momentum the Rams needed. October 20, 2019 Rams-Falcons second half live thread By Sosa Kremenjas and Brandon Bate Buckle down folks, the second half is coming. October 20, 2019 Rams-Falcons first half live thread By Brandon Bate@NoPlanB_ The Rams look to end a three game losing streak on the road against the Atlanta Falcons October 20, 2019 Gurley’s back, Ramsey debut + inactives By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP The Rams did a swap in their running back group with Gurley active and Malcolm Brown inactive for today’s game. October 19, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Opponent scouting report By Skye Sverdlin@Skyeattolah Both the Rams and Falcons have their backs against the wall. Who will respond? October 18, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Bold Predictions By Sean Wilkinson@Papa_Lurch October 18, 2019 Five Rams to watch By Sean Wilkinson@Papa_Lurch Injuries drive this list, but there’s a hint of excitement to be had this week - and not just because of the flashy acquisition of Jalen Ramsey October 18, 2019 Rams-Falcons injury report clears Gurley, Ramsey By 3k@3k_ LB Clay Matthews is out while RB2 Malcolm Brown is listed as doubtful. October 18, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Matchups to watch By Sosa Kremenjas@QBsMVP Could the L.A. Rams’ mercurial superstar addition at corner suit up? If so, all eyes will be on that matchup. October 18, 2019 Rams-Falcons: TST staff picks for Week 7 By Brandon Bate@NoPlanB_ Win or fall below .500. What’s it going to be, Rams? October 18, 2019 Five Falcons to watch By Joey The Jerk@LaRamsRamsRams Think the Falcons are a pushover? Here are five reasons why the Falcons are a fascinating matchup for the LA Rams. October 17, 2019 Rams-Falcons Thursday injury report By Brandon Bate@NoPlanB_ Jalen Ramsey took the field just one day after touching down in LA October 17, 2019 Rams-Falcons: Week 7 broadcast map By 3k@3k_ Here’s who’s getting Rams-Falcons on Sunday. October 16, 2019 Rams-Falcons initial injury report By Brandon Bate@NoPlanB_ Todd is back at practice and Jalen is back to having a back! October 16, 2019 Edwards to start at left guard By 3k@3k_ The Rams are turning to the rookie to fill in for Boom. October 16, 2019 A must-win two-game stretch By 3k@3k_ Opportunity, yes. But requirement also? Absolutely.