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Darrell Henderson, who looked pretty good this past Sunday was reportedly moved back to the LA practice squad. I am not sure what LA plans to do with their running game going forward, but I would expect Henderson to stay a part of it. We’ll see. What are your thoughts?
I may or may not have been at a Bob Dylan concert last night, did you catch who won the Monday Night Football Game? Any given gameday. Please comment on whatever you’d like and have a great day!
Rams’ Darrell Henderson: Moves back to practice squad (cbssports.com)
“Henderson reverted to the Rams’ practice squad Monday, per the NFL’s transaction log.”
NFL Week 7 grades: Bills get ‘D+’ after shocking loss to Patriots, Ravens earn ‘A+’ for embarrassing Lions (cbssports.com)
“Los Angeles should have had a bigger lead at halftime. The Rams led by six points despite Puka Nacua’s big first half (94 yards on five catches) and Pittsburgh’s offense failing to convert on a single first down. But a missed field goal and point-after attempt by Brett Maher contributed to the Rams’ inability to distance themselves from Pittsburgh in the first half. The Rams ran the ball well (Royce Freeman and Darrell Henderson Jr. combined to run for 127 yards and a score on 30 carries), but their passing game just wasn’t good enough, especially with Cooper Kupp’s minimal contribution. Defensively, the Rams didn’t put more pressure on Kenny Pickett while allowing him to make several big plays with his legs. They also allowed too many big plays, especially on completions from Pickett to Diontae Johnson and fellow wideout George Pickens.”
“Oddsmakers are expecting the Cowboys and Rams to repeat these results again in Week 8, with BetMGM placing Dallas as 6.5-point favorites. The over/under has been set at 45.5, and Cowboys’ money line is -275.”
Bounce back in Week 8.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) October 23, 2023
Commentary: Rams were robbed in game against Steelers. NFL needs to make fourth downs reviewable (latimes.com)
“After the two-minute warning, they only had to kneel out the clock because the Rams didn’t have any remaining timeouts.
Ah, spent timeouts. That was the reason the Rams couldn’t throw a challenge flag and have officials reexamine that faulty spot. Those are the rules. Had the discrepancy happened within the final two minutes, officials could have made the decision to go to check the replay.”