Amongst other things, we learned that a rusty Rams team could go to Carolina and come away with a hard-fought win.
The early season rematch of the NFC Championship will have sports books buzzing in Vegas.
The Panthers didn’t lose to the Rams because of two bad calls by the referees | Cat Scratch Reader
Rec’d for Cat Scratch Reader moniker, for starters. Double rec’d for not taking the crybaby approach oft employed by the Rams’ upcoming opponent.
Lamar Jackson, yes. The Browns looking like the Browns? Maybe. But Todd Gurley’s performance a surprise? Usage, maybe. Fumbling twice, definitely. But 97 yards on 14 carries? C’mon, man.
Finally, an end to this nonsensical lawsuit, just in time for Sunday’s big tilt in LA.
Call him The Closer. Or a triangle cow back (see, a bell is bigger and makes more noise than...). Or a guy who is being managed. Or call him Just Todd Gurley. He looked pretty good to me.
Littleton starts and finishes Rams takeaways | Rams Official
Cory Littleton Leads Rams D Over Panthers | Sports Al Dente
A few pieces on the outstanding afternoon enjoyed by former UDFA (and Washington Husky) Cory Littlejohn. Is he a run stuffer? A rangy sideline to sideline cover guy? I’ll channel Booger McFarland here and say “let’s just call him a football player.”
Plenty of all three to digest after the Rams’ uneven week 1 win.
It’s true, although Gurley broke plenty of tackles on Sunday, displaying a lot of power. The question is: how did he feel on Monday morning?
One week in, the Rams’ decision to re-sign Fowler to a 1-year deal looks like a great move.
Early in the season, snap counts are fascinating. Rapp over Hager, Christian filling in for Weddle, more action for Josh Reynolds and two really strangely timed reps for Darrell Henderson.