Bleacher Report NFL analyst Maurice Moton recently updated his win-loss predictions for each of the 32 NFL teams for the final time before the season kicks off in six days, and the Rams are still predicted to finish with a winning record.
Moton believes the Rams will finish at 9-7 for the second year in a row, although I’m sure the team would like to actually make the playoffs this year.
Last year, the Rams struggled with numerous injuries along the offensive line. Even with a bad situation up front, they managed to mitigate the situation with their still-potent offense. As of now, their hog mollies are healthy and they’ve got two very talented rookies on that side of the ball to go with their established veterans.
That, plus a pair of All-Pros on defense — including the best player in the NFL — is an easy path to a winning record in what could actually end up being the most competitive division in the entire league.
But what are all of your thoughts? Is 9-7 just right? Is it too low or high? Let us know.
And now for today’s links.
Sean McVay and Aaron Donald speak to the media following yesterday’s practice (TheRams.com)
Stu Jackson has 10 observations from the Rams’ last practice of training camp (TheRams.com)
Aaron Donald hopes the Rams keep the same condensed camp for next year (The Rams Wire)
NFL Nation discusses how each first-round pick has looked through training camp (ESPN)
The Washington Football Team cut RB Adrian Peterson (ESPN)
Josh Edwards ranks the 32 NFL teams by their continuity from 2019 to 2020 (CBS Sports)
The Saints are reportedly pushing to sign DE Jadeveon Clowney (Bleacher Report)
Maurice Moton updated his win-loss predictions for every NFL team (Bleacher Report)
Mike Florio reports that several teams have already inquired about signing Adrian Peterson (Pro Football Talk)