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Random Ramsdom, 11/23: Will Rams-Ravens on MNF produce the 2019 game of the year?

Does Week 12’s Monday Night Football contest have the makings of Rams-Chiefs from 2018?

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Will MNF produce the NFL game of the year again? | Rams’ official site

The 2019 Ravens, however? They’re gangbusters. Baltimore has scored 30-plus points in four straight games, and 37-plus in their last three.

This must be what it felt like to face the Rams for the better part of the last two seasons. Now, the shoe is on the other foot.

Rams happy to see Peters doing well with Ravens | Rams official site

Earlier this week, Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters told Baltimore media he holds no bitterness towards his former team.

The respect is mutual.

Cooks not concerned about recent concussions | Rams’ official site

Based on the information he received from his trips to Pittsburgh and precautions taken by the team, WR Brandin Cooks said he is not worried about the possibility of sustaining another concussion after experiencing two in a month.

Rams’ defense prepares to take on “this era’s Michael Vick” | Rams’ official site

Lamar Jackson’s ability to make big plays with both his arm and his legs makes him more difficult to contain than most at his position, especially this season.

Woods appreciative of Rams’ support as he dealt with personal matter | Pro Football Talk

Wide receiver Robert Woods was at Rams practice Thursday after spending several days away from the team while dealing with a personal matter.

Wolford doing his best to imitate Ravens’ Jackson to prepare Rams’ defense | LA Times

Two years ago, John Wolford bested Lamar Jackson. This week Wolford is Lamar Jackson.

How will the Ravens block Rams’ Donald? Rex Ryan trusts Greg Roman & Co. | Baltimore Sun

The Ravens and the Los Angeles Rams will be trading targets Monday night. The Rams want to keep an eye on Ravens second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has become one of the most dangerous offensive players in the NFL.

Inside Rams-Chargers marriage as NFL fights for Los Angeles | ESPN

THE SKELETON OF a stadium sits at the center of a construction site three times the size of Disneyland. It is a futuristic mass of steel and concrete that appears to have both risen from the earth and descended from space.

Key to slow down Lamar Jackson is something Rams are best at | Rams Wire

Slowing down Lamar Jackson and the Ravens offense is as difficult a task as any in the NFL right now. They’ve scored a league-high 157 points in their last four games, winning by an average of more than 25 points per game.

Vick responds to Ramseys’ question on defending Jackson | Rams Wire

Jalen Ramsey resorted to asking a quarterback who played similarly to the way Jackson does, requesting some help from Michael Vick.

4 reasons the Rams will beat the Ravens in Week 12 | Clutch Points

Here are four reasons why the Rams will defeat the Ravens in Week 12.

The best NFL QB at every throw and situation: 35 categories | Pro Football Focus

Steve Palazzolo has graded every throw from the first 11 weeks of the season to pick the best quarterbacks in 35 different categories.

49ers’ 3-game stretch is their biggest obstacle to winning the west | SB Nation

The 49ers are on top of the NFC now, but that could change with three of the NFL’s best teams next on the schedule.

Brandt: Ranking all eight NFL divisions | NFL Network

With enough games in the books to get a firm sense of where each division stands in 2019, Gil Brandt has ranked all eight divisions below, from strongest to weakest.

Setbacks piling up for Kroenke, NFL in Missouri courts | Fox 2 St. Louis

St. Louis’ lawsuit against Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke, the team, and the NFL is now gaining nationwide focus after a string of court setbacks for Kroenke’s legal team.