Rams need Gurley to be old, productive self in Super Bowl | Washington Post
If the Los Angeles Rams are going to be at their best in Sunday’s Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, if they’re going to be the team that looked so balanced and so complete and near unstoppable on offense at times this season, they sure could use some help from Todd Gurley.
Why C.J. Anderson is a better fit for the offense than Gurley right now | Sports Illustrated
Walking into the tunnel at halftime in Week 16 at Arizona, Rams veteran center John Sullivan pulled aside C.J. Anderson, who had signed just days earlier, and asked the one question that has followed the soon-to-be 28-year-old running back since: “How on Earth were you available!?”
The notion of faking runs to help the passing game is as old as football itself. So how has McVay used that concept to make these Super Bowl–bound Rams unlike any offense that’s come before them?
Preview: Rams, Patriots square off for glory of Super Bowl LIII | Rams’ official site
The Los Angeles Rams (15-3) and New England Patriots (13-5) are set for 60 minutes of Super Bowl LIII football in the heart of the south.
In honor of the Los Angeles Rams’ return to the Super Bowl, here are 53 facts about the team’s ovine counterparts.
McVay and Goff formed winning bond from first meeting | OC Register
In a romantic relationship, a meeting with the parents is a big moment. When the Rams thought they might choose to commit to Coach Sean McVay, they knew they had to talk to Jared Goff.
Rams, Patriots ready for Super Bowl generation game | Yahoo! Sports
Tom Brady will chase a record-breaking sixth Super Bowl crown on Sunday as the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in a clash of the generations set to rewrite NFL history.
Patriots-Rams matchups: Who has the edge? | Boston Herald
The date was Feb. 3, 2002. That’s when the Patriots launched their historic run in Super Bowl XXXVI against the Rams. That’s when they beat the Greatest Show on Turf. Seventeen years later, on the very same date, will play the same Rams team – another offensive juggernaut – in Super Bowl LIII. How will this game shake out? Let’s take a look at the matchups.
Ex-Patriot Talib gives life to Rams’ secondary | Patriots’ official site
There were no hard feelings on the part of Aqib Talib when the Denver Broncos traded him to Los Angeles during the offseason, even after his fifth consecutive trip to the Pro Bowl and only two seasons removed from his first and only All-Pro selection.
John Johnson III gains Eagles fans after mocking Saints | Philly Inquirer
Rams safety John Johnson III has become a folk hero of sorts among some Eagles fans after he mocked the Saints’ “Choppa Style” celebration in the NFC championship game.
If there’s one way to really stifle Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense, it’s to generate pressure up the middle. As a pocket quarterback, Brady’s most deadly when he has the time to stand tall while scanning the field before stepping up and delivering strikes from sideline to sideline. Take that comfort level away from him, and the entire Patriots’ offense sputters.
Donald gets a taste of the J.J. Watt experience | Houston Chronicle
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is going to win his second consecutive NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award when it’s announced Saturday night at the NFL Honors Show.
The interior of the New England Patriots’ offensive line fully understands it has a problem on its hands heading into Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams.
Rams miss Kupp heading into Super Bowl | Spokesman Review
Cooper Kupp, a second-year receiver with the Los Angeles Rams, won’t get to suit up for the biggest football game on Earth, either, the product of a season-ending knee injury he sustained in November.
Rams up for Offensive Line of the Year | 247 Sports
From the high-powered offensive attack to the formidable defense, the Los Angeles Rams seem like they have it all. One of the most underrated facets of the team however is the offensive line.
Heaven only knows whether Jared Goff will lead the Los Angeles Rams to a historic victory in Super Bowl LIII this Sunday, but kickoff can’t get here quick enough for Hollywood legend Warren Beatty. “The phone keeps ringing,” Beatty said. “What’s been going on, well, it’s kind of ridiculous.”
A hot dog is how much at Super Bowl LIII? | Fox 46 Charlotte
Super Bowl tickets... $2,600 to $4,600, hotel room... $500 to $5,000 a night... paying $2 for a hot dog at the NFL’s biggest game of the year... priceless.