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Random Ramsdom 12/12: Havenstein returns as Rams head to Texas

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The latest links regarding the defending NFC champions, your LA Rams.

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Havenstein is back, but maybe not as a starter | Rams Wire

One of the intriguing narratives that has popped up regarding the LA Rams is the offensive line play and the regression of RT Rob Havenstein. What should the Rams do about their star O-lineman? Trade him? While nursing a knee injury the past couple of weeks, rookie OL Bobby Evans has stepped in and played impressively. So, now what? It’s going to be something to keep on eye on because Havenstein has a 32.5 million dollar contract with the Rams, so it wouldn’t make a whole lot of sense to keep him on the sidelines. Except for the fact that he’s been playing like a guy who belongs on the sidelines.

Everett is still day-to-day | CBS Sports

TE Gerald Everett has had some bright moments this season, but his knee has kept him out of action for the past couple of weeks, allowing fellow TE Tyler Higbee to shine like a 80s rock star. It will be interesting to see how the two guys play together once Everett comes back after Higbee has established himself as a favorite target for QB Jared Goff.

Prediction that the Rams will top the Cowboys | Sporting News

The Los Angeles Rams are looking like the road favorite for Sunday’s Week 15 game against the Dallas Cowboys. I don’t want to quote Admiral Ackbar just yet... but please know that I’m thinking it.

Cowboys need to stop the run against the Rams | Dallas Cowboys official site

The Dallas Cowboys struggled with RB Todd Gurley’s rushing attack last January and with the resurgence of the Rams’ running game, things are looking goof for the Rams. Here’s a perspective from the other side.