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Random Ramsdom, 11/20: LA Rams under the bright lights at the Coli

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The final chapters of the 2019 are ahead as McVay makes adjustments.

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Los Angeles Rams fans cheer at the game against the Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on November 17, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
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Woods “in a good place,” Cooks expected to play next Monday night I Rams Wire

The Rams were shorthanded at receiver during Sunday’s victory over the Chicago Bears, but reinforcements should be on the way for the team’s huge Monday Night Football matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. Brandin Cooks who has been out of action following his second concussion of the season is expected to play. The team hasn’t commented much on Woods’ personal issues, other than to say he seems to be okay.

This week’s overreactions, according to ESPN. Are the Rams playoff contenders? I ESPN

ESPN’s Dan Graziano weighs in this season’s wonky version the Rams and whether he believes the Rams can overcome a difficult schedule and injuries to overcome the Minnesota Vikings or Seattle Seahawks for a Wildcard spot.

Troy Hill is not a punchline I LA Times

...he has become a pretty good starting corner. His current PFF grade is at 79.9. Learn more about Troy in this LA Times write up.

How the McVay and the Rams neutralized Khalil Mack I Rams Wire

Jared Goff swam with a great white shark, but Sean McVay built/schemed a sturdy cage around him. See how in Cameron DaSilva’s write up for Rams Wire.

Here’s your weekly Sofi Stadium footage for John Kay I Youtube

Looks like serious roof work getting done. Some trees and landscaping are being put in, and the adjacent performance venue seems to be taking shape. Everything will need to be ready by July next year, only eight months away.