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Los Angeles Rams versus Chicago Bears: Rams to watch revisited

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The Rams got the dub, and the leadership by their players set the tone for the victory.

Chicago Bears v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images

The Los Angeles Rams came out of their Week 11 encounter with the Chicago Bears with a victory - and they showed that they haven’t given up on 2019.

While WR Robert Woods was a last minute scratch (thoughts to him as he endures a personal situation) and LB Cory Littleton had a quiet night, the leaders of the Rams offense and defense found a way to lead this squad to victory

Andrew Whitworth

There aren’t many occasions where you can quantify experience on the gridiron. I’d argue that Sunday was one of those days for the Rams left tackle. He led a group of youngsters without much NFL experience to a very successful night where Jared Goff was pretty well protected against one of the NFLs better defenses - in addition to clearing holes for Todd Gurley.

Eric Weddle

Weddle was solid all night and showed the leadership that the Rams needed to persevere. He may not have made many flashy plays, but he showed what experience can do for a defense. With six tackles (four solo) he led by example as the Rams shut down a hapless Bears offense.