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NFL: Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Rams take on the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday. Do you have any predictions for the game? I am calling for LA to win. My logic? Seattle swept the Rams last year and I expect LA to return the favor. If Matthew Stafford weren’t coming back maybe I’d be singing a different tune. Do you have any predictions for the game? Could be a player performance, score, game prediction, anything! Feel free to let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Have a great Saturday, comment on anything you’d like and have a nice weekend! Get ready for Sunday’s action and then get ready for basically a full week of NFL football.

Picks And Predictions For Week 11 At The Los Angeles Rams (

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Victoria Hernandez, USA Today: Seahawks 27, Rams 23

“The Rams made a statement by upsetting the Seahawks in Seattle to open the season. Since then, the two NFC West teams have gone in opposite directions. Geno Smith and Kenneth Walker III have found a rhythm for the most part while Matthew Stafford’s thumb injury has led to two tough road losses. Seattle gets revenge on the road.”

Safid Deen, USA Today: Seahawks 26, Rams 23

“Matthew Stafford’s return from a thumb injury will be significant for the Rams in the second half of the season, but the lack of a consistent run game could keep him and Cooper Kupp from lighting up Seattle. The Seahawks were able to skate by the Commanders last week and maintain their position with the 49ers tied in the NFC West.”

5Qs, 5As: Previewing Seahawks-Rams in what is a must win game for LA (fieldgulls)

“1. The Rams looked unstoppable in Week 1 as they were destroying the Seahawks. What has happened since that things have gone so far off the rails?

Well after the opener I decided to get a “Rams 2024 Super Bowl Champions” tattoo. Turns out that decision didn’t exactly age very well. Guess that’s what I deserve for having any hope at all.

As for on the field action, the Rams were very competitive through the first seven weeks. LA was in every single game which was no surprise to me as I was expecting them to give every opponent their all despite their young roster. Then, the Rams lost to the Steelers and I felt that sucked the air out of what appeared to be a somewhat promising campaign. It was such a winnable matchup and the team really had no excuse for letting a painfully mediocre Steelers squad slip by them at home. Whatever progress the Rams made as they got to 3-3 entering that game evaporated in the second half and they haven’t recovered.”

Will Cardinals’ Trey McBride become NFL’s next elite TE? NFC West Stock Watch (foxsports)

“I think it’s just consistency,” McBride said about his recent upswing. “I try to come in and do the right thing every day to be the best player that I can be. I try to help this team in every way that I can.

“I think the coaches are seeing that. I think they are giving me some opportunities, and I’m very thankful for that.”