The Los Angeles Rams had their bye during Week 10 of NFL action, so they did not have to play. This break may have come at a great time for LA who is hoping to get Matthew Stafford back for their upcoming Week 11 game against the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle was able to secure a win against the Washington Commanders this past Sunday. The San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals won their matchups as well. The 49ers ended their losing streak, and the Cardinals welcomed back Kyler Murray who found a way to win for his team.
The Rams come back to action this Sunday with a chance to make some noise if they can find a way to beat Seattle. However the NFC West going 3-0 while LA sat back and watched was not ideal for the team. How do you think Week 10 went for the Rams? Did the bye week come at the right time? Any takeaways from any Week 10 game?
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“Around The NFL breaks down what you need to know from all of Sunday’s action in Week 10 of the 2023 NFL season. Catch up on each game’s biggest takeaways using the links below:
Teams on bye: Chiefs, Dolphins, Eagles, Rams.”
NFL Week 10 grades: Lions earn ‘A’ for thrilling win vs. Chargers; Cards get ‘B’ in Kyler Murray’s 2023 debut (cbssports)
“It’s been a wild week in the NFL and that’s mostly thanks to the AFC North. All four teams played on Sunday and all four teams were involved in a crazy game.
The Ravens blew a 31-17 fourth-quarter lead against the Browns in a game that they would eventually lose 33-31. Over the past three seasons, the Ravens have now lost nine games when leading by seven or more points in the 4th quarter, which is the most losses in that situation by any team ever over a three-year span in NFL history.
In Cincinnati, C.J. Stroud engineered another shocking upset with the Texans beating the Bengals 30-27. Stroud is now the ONLY rookie over the past 40 years to lead a game-winning drive that starts in the final two minutes of regulation in back-to-back games.
Lemme get a COOOOOOP in the replies pic.twitter.com/NOCnndXDxg— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 12, 2023
“While details continue to be a no show as to what exactly prevents Stetson Bennett from returning to the LA Rams active roster, LA Rams fans, and University of Georgia fans alike, did get a treat as Stetson Bennett personally attended the Georgia game in which the Georgia Bulldogs hosted the Ole Miss Bulldogs.”
Stetson Bennett is back in public and attending the UGA game tonight.— NFL Rookie Watch (@NFLRookieWatxh) November 12, 2023
It’s an AWESOME sight to see the Bulldogs legend and Rams rookie QB enjoying life.
This is Bennett’s first public appearance since he was placed on the non-football injury list by the Rams on September 13th.… pic.twitter.com/xP9ShwiNIY
“It has been a disappointing start to the 2023 season for the Los Angeles Rams, who own a 3-6 record entering their bye week in Week 10. After losing 20-3 to the Green Bay Packers in Week 9, the Rams are currently on a three-game losing streak.
The positive news for the Rams is that Matthew Stafford could return in Week 11, and Kyren Williams is expected back in Week 12. Even with Stafford and Williams returning in upcoming weeks, the Rams need to make adjustments on both sides of the ball down the final stretch of the season.”
Makin' plays week in and week out.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 12, 2023