Game preview: Rams look to make it 4-0 against the Buccaneers | Rams official site
The Los Angeles Rams (3-0) host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2) in the first meeting between the two teams since 2016. Kickoff from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is set for 1:05 p.m. pacific time. A win would improve L.A. to 4-0 under Sean McVay for the second time in three seasons.
Weddle earns second consecutive NFL Way to Play award | Rams official site
In recognition of showcasing proper playing technique to make impactful plays, Rams safety Eric Weddle received the NFL’s Way to Play award for the second straight week. He is the first back-to-back winner in the award’s history.
Rams vs. Bucs: Who has the edge? | Orange County Register
Which team has the edge on Sunday in regards to all three phases, and matchups to watch.
After placing his phone on the shelf of his locker Friday, Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald turned to face reporters. Donald’s children were visible on the phone screen, and they were watching their father on FaceTime.
“They said they want five sacks,” Donald said, “so I got to get myself going.”
Everything you need to know for Bucs-Rams in Week 4 | Buccaneers official site
The Rams will try to stay perfect in their conference title defense after a 3-0 start that includes two victories over Tampa Bay’s division foes, Carolina and New Orleans.
49ers-Rams Week 6 matchup possibly flexed to Sunday night | Niners Nation
Per Steve Berman of The Athletic, “there’s a strong chance” the Niners/Rams game gets flexed, per his source.
Rams ticket for $16? Team’s 3-0 start hasn’t excited seat-buyers | Orange County Register
The most important number for the Rams this season is 3-0. That’s their won-lost record. The most intriguing number for the defending NFC champions is $16. That’s all it would cost, as of Thursday, to get into the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Coliseum this Sunday.
Limiting Gurley is the smartest thing to do | LA Sports Hub
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley has not had the most explosive start to the year, with many pushing the team to use their elite back more often.