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Random Ramsdom: Would this player’s return in Week 12 save LA’s offense?

Los Angeles Rams News and Links for 11/7/23

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Kyren Williams is expected to be back with the Los Angeles Rams sooner than later according to Sean McVay. If everything stays on track it is projected that Williams will be back for Week 12. It can’t hurt. He was, at the very least, a lot of fun to watch as LA began the season. Williams and Rams quickly showed he was the #1 running back on the team. I have to think more will be written about this topic but why not start here? How much do you expect Kyren to make an impact for LA? Will his presence be enough to get the offense back on track? Again, can’t hurt.

Please let us know your thoughts, comment on whatever you’d like and have a swell Tuesday!

Kyren Williams to be ready for Week 12? (rotoballer)

“Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay said he expects running back Kyren Williams (ankle) to return after he’s eligible to come off Injured Reserve in Week 12. The Rams are on bye in Week 10 and Williams must miss one more game in Week 11 before he’s eligible to return to the Rams backfield. Williams suffered an ankle sprain in Week 6 and was put on IR, which requires him to miss at least four games. The 23-year-old was LA’s bell-cow back before the injury, so he needs to be stashed in all fantasy leagues.”

Sean McVay says the Rams expect Kyren Williams back in Week 12 (ramswire)

“Ever since Kyren Williams was placed on injured reserve, the running game of the Los Angeles Rams has been less effective. With the Rams entering their bye week in Week 10, Sean McVay revealed that Williams is expected to make his return in Week 12 versus the Arizona Cardinals.”

NFC West standings: 49ers regain lead in division after Seahawks loss (ninerswire)

“Thanks to the division tiebreakers San Francisco will be considered the NFC West leader when they return to action in Week 10. The Rams and Cardinals also lost, leaving the division looking like this after Week 9:

1. 49ers (5-3)

2. Seahawks (5-3)

3. Rams (3-6)

4. Cardinals (1-8)

Head-to-head record is the first tiebreaker, but the 49ers and Seahawks haven’t played yet. That moves the tiebreaker to division record where San Francisco is 2-0 and Seattle is 1-1.”