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Random Ramsdom 9/18: LA Rams shut down the Saints, look to limit Brownie points.

One last look at the clash with the Saints, and it’s time to prepare for a prime time matchup in Cleveland.

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Snap time! LA Rams snap counts from week two I Rams Wire

The snap count is in, and it remains interesting. Guys like safety Taylor Rapp and “Slot God” Nickell Robey-Coleman played huge roles on defense, while the Rams kept a revolving shuttle up front with Sebastian Joseph-Day, Tanzel Smart, and Greg Gaines all seeing action. On offense, weapons like Josh Reynolds and RB3 Darrell Henderson remained on the shelf for the most part. There’s also a breakdown of which formations were used and how often.

The Rams excused the Saints, so where do they stand in the NFC mix? I The Ringer

The Ringer takes a look at the early state of the NFC after Week 2. Where do the Rams stand among the conference’s contenders after an 18 point romp over the New Orleans Saints, albeit without quarterback Drew Brees for much of the game.

Pondering the Clay Matth. Early returns in from veteran linebacker I Ramblin Fan

Early returns are in on veteran linebacker Clay Matthews, who seems to still have something left in the tank. What have you thought of Matthews’ play so far?


How would you rate Clay Matthews play so far this season? 5 being great, 1 being terrible.

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Taylor Swift to open SoFi Stadium in July 2020 I USA Today

The newly named Sofi Stadium’s historical opening will not be for a Rams game (or even a Chargers game), but rather for a pair of Taylor Swift concerts on July 25 and July 26. Whose house!?!?!?!?!?

Sean McVay eyes the man in mirror, again. I WTOP

In what has become a running theme since head coach Sean McVay has arrived in Los Angeles, McVay reflected on his practice and decided that the red zone screen play to tight end Gerald Everett wasn’t a good decision.

A year later, the Rams still helping fire victims I FOX

The Rams haven’t forgotten the victims of the Woolsey Fires nearly a year later. They’re still out in the community, just as they have been since arriving in LA, and in St Louis before that.