Rams thriving on defense despite personnel upheaval | Fox Sports
The Los Angeles Rams are heading into the second half of the season missing more than half of the starters from last year’s Super Bowl defense, including their entire secondary.
Checking in on the Rams’ 2019 draft class | Rams’ official site
Back in late April, the Rams used eight picks to assemble their draft class this year. Some have been able to see action right away, while others have have had to wait due to the depth and experience in front of them.
PFF midseason highlights: Rams’ special teams | Rams’ official site
The Rams’ bye week comes at an optimal time, exactly halfway through the 2019 season. In the third of a three-part series this week, theRams.com takes a look at Pro Football Focus’ top evaluations of Los Angeles’ special teams through the first eight games.
10 bold predictions for the back half of 2019 | CBS Sports
There will be four AFC predictions, four NFC predictions and then, at the very end, two depressing predictions, because who doesn’t love a good depressing prediction.
Despite all the changes made on that side of the ball, the Rams defense has been one of the best in the NFL this season.
Cam Da Silva highlights the eight best Rams plays thus far in the 2019 season
The Los Angeles Rams had an interesting first half of the season, to say the least, especially when it comes to the box score.
The Rams have just eight games left in the 2019 season and after starting just 5-3, they’ll need a strong second half to make a push for the playoffs. Unfortunately, they face some legitimate Super Bowl contenders down the stretch, including two more games against the Seahawks and 49ers
Jalen Ramsey has only been with the Los Angeles Rams for a few weeks since coming over in a trade with the Jaguars, but he’s already made a major impact on the defense.
To recap the first half of the year, Rams Wire handed out midseason awards for team MVP, Players of the Year and more.
NFC West gets more competitive as Gordon joins Seahawks | Ramblin Fan
The NFC West just became a little more interesting for the Los Angeles Rams with Josh Gordon heading to the Seattle Seahawks.
SoFi Stadium, where the LA Rams will play starting next year, is getting the latest wireless service from Cisco.