Anything can happen, but at this time it does seem like Cooper Kupp is expected to play for the Los Angeles Rams this coming Sunday. Do you think he is healthy enough to go? Should the Rams rest Kupp to help him stay upright this season and next?
In other news did you watch the Black Friday NFL game? I watched parts of it. It was fun, but certianly the NFL was hoping to have Aaron Rogers suiting up for the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins, but that’s just not how fate would have it.
Please comment on whatever you’d like and have a great Saturday!
“As the Rams seek to keep their heads above water in a crowded NFC playoff field, they will get a valuable contributor back for their final game of November.
Kupp had been listed as day-to-day after spraining his ankle during Los Angeles’s 17–16 win over the Seahawks on Sunday. He exited that game in the second quarter with just a single catch for 11 yards.”
“Kupp left the Rams’ Week 11 victory over the Seattle Seahawks and was considered day-to-day with a right ankle sprain. He did not practice Wednesday, was limited Thursday and will be a full participant Friday, McVay said.
“I thought he looked good [Thursday],” McVay said. “It’s always tough because you try to simulate gamelike settings as much as possible when you get the adrenaline going, the magic of the jersey, if you will. ... I’ll probably have a good feel for how he moves around today, but his feedback and just looking at it from afar, [it] seems like he’s feeling pretty good.”
May the odds be in our favor. pic.twitter.com/DrFQoC8eQ3— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 24, 2023
“Keeping Turner and Donald together at the heart of the trenches gives the Rams potentially the most dynamic interior tandem in the NFL.
Kobie Turner and Aaron Donald double act should scare opponents
The benefits of two game-wreckers for offensive lines to worry about is immeasurable for the Rams. Opponents don’t have enough blockers to double both Donald and Turner, without leaving somebody else free to make a play.
Choosing who to double seems like an easy choice. Yet those who put a crowd around Donald are finding out Turner will make an impact. Like he did on this play in the return game against the Seahawks, per Grisak.”