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Random Ramsdom 5/13: Who’ll start for the Los Angeles Rams?

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Projecting every NFL’s team starting lineup in 2019 | Bleacher Report

Ian Wharton takes a stab at projecting every starting lineup in the league. There are minor tweaks that I’d expect for the Los Angeles Rams. Such as: Greg Gaines starting at nose tackle and Micah Kiser likely starting at inside linebacker with Clay Matthews playing on the edge

Boom or bust predictions for NFL offseason’s riskiest moves | Bleacher Report

Marcus Mosher projects some “boom” and “bust” options for moves made in the offseason spanning across the NFL. The Rams don’t have any names up there, but Mosher does list former Ram ILB Mark Barron as a “bust” for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Players we’d like to see more of in 2019 | Pro Football Focus

The PFF team share a handful of players that have impressed in small spurts that they’d love to see in an extended role moving forward. Rams TE Gerald Everett makes the list and just about nobody can disagree with that selection as Everett has flashed some fantastic offensive ability

Rams: Most overrated and underrated player | Ramblin’ Fan

Jason Reed chose WR Brandin Cooks as his most underrated and OLB Clay Matthews as his most overrated. I’ve got no issues with either choice, but I’m not entirely sure a guy like Cooks can be considered an “underrated” player with how he’s viewed

Rams should explore possibility of trade for TE Kyle Rudolph | Ramblin’ Fan

That one’s a hard pass, chief

John Johnson III poised for pro bowl season in 2019 | Rams Wire

Cam DaSilva shares a bunch of nuggets highlighting how fantastic (and underrated) JJ3 is. There shouldn’t be any disagreements with his assessment either, because Johnson has only progressed (and at a rapid rate) since stealing Maurice Alexander’s/Cody Davis’ jobs as a rookie

Seven best position battles on Rams’ roster | Rams Wire

Cam runs through the roster and name drops the most interesting positional battles heading into the offseason. Some of those positions include the offensive line, tight end, and edge

Cowboys, Rams trying out Kamara copycats | Saints Wire

Third-round pick RB Darrell Henderson has been lauded as an “Alvin Kamara type player” from General Manager Les Snead, so it’s fair to assume the Rams have lofty expectations. Whether or not Henderson proves to be a similar threat remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: Henderson was extremely explosive in college

Rams return to London in week eight of regular season | LA Sentinel

Get ready for the first battle of the protege versus the master in Zac Taylor versus Sean McVay