Game preview: Rams, Bengals square off in London | Rams’ official site
The Rams (4-3) face the Bengals (0-7) in Los Angeles’ first regular season game at Wembley Stadium since 2012. Cincinnati, meanwhile, is still seeking its first win of the season.
Bengals at Rams Week 8 preview | Yahoo! Sports
Zac Taylor is finding it a whole lot harder than his former boss did to engineer a one-year transformation of a longtime losing franchise.
Rams land in England for “regular game” vs. Bengals | OC Register
They arrived at Heathrow Airport on Friday morning and rode chartered buses straight to their hotel in this town 20 miles northwest of London, a restored medieval manor house that was home to the Earls of Clarendon, the property’s 300 acres featuring a pro tour-caliber golf course, grass tennis courts and classic English gardens.
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The most prolific sack artist in NFL history – and the player who coined the term “sack” in the first place – was David “Deacon” Jones, who played played for 3 teams from 1961 to 1974. The sack category didn’t yet exist when Jones, a fast and physical defensive end at 6-foot-5 and 272 pounds, emerged as a dominant part of the LA Rams’ Fearsome Foursome.
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We caught up with Turf Show Times to get their take on how the Rams have looked this season
Rams don’t trip over game in London vs. Bengals | Los Angeles Times
Clearly, the Rams feel at home even when they’re far from Los Angeles. With Sean McVay as head coach, the Rams are 6-0 in games in the Eastern Standard Time zone.
Rams’ Todd Gurley looking forward to London trip vs. 0-7 Bengals | Los Angeles Times
Playing international series games has never been one of Todd Gurley’s favorite pastimes.
How to watch: Bengals at Rams in London on Oct. 27 | Rams’ official site
The Los Angeles Rams (4-3) travel to London to take on the Cincinnati Bengals (0-7) on Sunday, Oct. 27 at Wembley Stadium. The game will be broadcast on CBS with a kickoff time set for 10 a.m. PT. Check below for all the information you need to know whether you’re watching from the stands or from your own television or device!
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Let the experts tell it, the Cincinnati Bengals are overseas merely to take a loss in London to the Los Angeles Rams.
Rams fans have been waiting for Gerald Everett’s “breakout season” ever since he came into the NFL. As a former second-round pick drafted by a team with a head coach who has a history of working with tight ends, Everett appeared poised to make an instant impact.
For the first time in his career, Sean McVay will face a team led by a head coach that used to be on his staff. That’ll happen on Sunday afternoon in London when the Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals, who are led by Zac Taylor, Los Angeles’ former quarterbacks coach.
Todd Gurley has been a workhorse running back since coming into the NFL and taking over the starting job as a rookie. He’s been especially effective the last two seasons, touching the ball more than any other player in the league and gaining the most yards from scrimmage in the NFL.
The Arizona Cardinals are making things more interesting for the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC West race.
Set to take on the best defense in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns made a shakeup on the offensive line.
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Lamarcus Joyner has been one of the worst defensive backs in the NFL, and the Raiders might move on from him after just one season