Bonsignore: Todd Gurley's early struggles follow him to London

LONDON >> If Todd Gurley hoped the Rams' trip this week to London would remove him from the constant stateside chatter about his sluggish start to the 2016 season, he soon learned otherwise.Turns out our British friends are very much in tune with what's going on in Gurley's world. The staked walls along the line of scrimmage that defenses are building in order to stop him.
Via LA Daily News
7 hours ago

Rams' Trumaine Johnson leads the NFL in passes defended this season

No NFL player has defended more passes this season than Trumaine Johnson, the defensive back for the Rams. But Johnson is currently injured. According to ESPN Stats, Johnson has recorded nine passes defended through just fix games in 2016. Other league leaders Jason McCourt (Titans) and David Amerson (Raiders) both have an extra game on Johnson, who has missed time due to injury...
Via The Rams Wire
10 hours ago

Staff predictions: Los Angeles Rams vs New York Giants

The Los Angeles Rams (3-3) dropped their game against Detroit last week, and will now look to head into their bye with positive momentum against the New York Giants (3-3). It’s an important game for two teams that need wins to help them climb back into a possible playoff race. This game will be contested across the pond at Twickenham Stadium in London, England. Kickoff is scheduled...
Via isportsweb.com
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kurt Warner’s son sets new Arizona receptions record

Everyone knows the story of Kurt Warner. A Division II quarterback at Northern Iowa in the early 1990s, Warner spent time bagging groceries at a local supermarket after he was cut by the Packers in training camp. Latching on as an assistant coach at his alma mater Northern Iowa, Warner and his wife were living in his in-laws’ basement before Warner got the itch to play again...
Via Sportsnaut
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Rams vs. New York Giants: 2016 Week 7 NFL Pick

Los Angeles Rams (3-3) vs. New York Giants (3-3) at London The Rams have fallen back to earth in the last 2 weeks, losing back-to-back games after a surprising 3-1 start. They’re healthier now than they’ve been for a couple weeks, getting defensive ends Robert Quinn and William Hayes back from injury, but they’re still without defensive tackle Michael Brockers and cornerback...
Via The Football Fan Spot
13 hours ago

Jeff Fisher says Rams won’t bait Odell Beckham Jr.

The book is out on how to rattle Odell Beckham Jr — just bait him. Play intensely physical at the line of scrimmage and talk lots and lots of trash. He has continually failed to learn from his mistakes and still gets rattled when these tactics are employed. But Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher says his players won’t “go there.” “We’re going to play between...
Via Sportsnaut
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Will the Los Angeles Rams switch their team colors to blue and white?

The Rams have an identity change this season, their first in Los Angeles since 1994 after moving from St. Louis. Does that mean a new look? Sources (@KerriRams_STL) tell me, @RamsNFL – when they change their uniforms, it will be the "blue/white" #GoRams #HornsUP #MobSquad pic.twitter.com/4O0NTSREfn — RockStar Rams (@RockStar_Rams) October 22, 2016 According to Business...
Via The Rams Wire
15 hours ago

Who has the edge? Rams (3-3) vs. Giants (3-3)

When: Sunday, 6:30 a.m. Where: Twickenham Stadium, London Line: Giants by 3 TV/radio: KCBS/2, NFL Network; 710 AM, 100.3 FM and 1330 AM (Spanish) RAMS OFFENSE vs. GIANTS DEFENSE And now for something completely different ... The Rams’ offense...
Via The OC Register
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rams want to give receiver Tavon Austin more chances to make an impact

LONDON – Three seasons of evidence shows that getting the ball into Tavon Austin’s hands – by any means necessary – works for the Rams. If only it could be that simple. Austin’s involvement in the Rams’ offense has been inconsistent this...
Via The OC Register
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

LA Rams hopeful once offense, defense get in sync

LONDON -- One of the twisted ironies of the two-game losing streak the Rams carried with them on their trip abroad is the manner in which they lost.The Rams have made it pretty easy over the years to explain their frustrating shortcomings. You can't win when you can't consistently put points on the board, now can you?The finger, then, was invariably pointed at the offense.
Via LA Daily News
1 day ago

Robert Quinn, William Hayes questionable for Sunday

The Rams have been dealing with injuries to three of their starting defensive linemen in recent weeks and final word on how many of them will be available this Sunday in London won’t come until Sunday morning. Defensive ends Robert Quinn and William Hayes are both listed as questionable for the game against the Giants.…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

Rams injury update: Michael Brockers, Trumaine Johnson out vs. Giants

The Los Angeles Rams are without defensive lineman Michael Brockers and defensive back Trumaine Johnson against the New York Giants on Sunday. Rams rule out DT Michael Brockers (thigh) and CB Trumaine Johnson (ankle). OG Jamon Brown (hand) is doubtful, so Cody Wichmann should start. — Jack Wang (@thejackwang) October 21, 2016 Neither update comes as a surprise for the Rams...
Via The Rams Wire
1 day ago

Los Angeles Rams Case Keenum is a good movie with a bad ending

Six weeks into the 2016 NFL season there have been varying opinions about the Los Angeles Rams‘ quarterback situation. Some say the Rams need to bring in the cavalry immediately. Others believe they are fine and should stick to the plan. Then there are those who have mixed feelings and are stuck in between both options. Sort of like a good movie with a bad ending. Rams’ quarterback...
Via EndZoneScore
2 days ago

Rams continue nomadic year, host Giants in London

The Los Angeles Rams have become the nomads of the NFL, and this week their home has been London. It's been that kind of year for Jeff Fisher and team. After getting permission from the league to return from St. Louis to Los Angeles in January, the Rams (3-3) have been on the move. They've spent the offseason, training camp and regular season in three different spots in Southern...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams expecting a big boost from the return of defensive end Robert Quinn

LONDON – One major solution to the Rams’ defensive woes last week stood on the sideline in sweatpants, unable to do anything but hope for health. Apparently it has arrived, at least enough for Rams defensive end Robert Quinn to return to the...
Via The OC Register
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Wagner, Brown, Gold headline Skate America

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. (AP) Ashley Wagner comes off a strong season. Jason Brown comes off a wasted one. So both Americans are at much different junctures in their careers as they begin the Grand Prix season this weekend at Skate America in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Wagner brought home the first U.S. women's medal in a decade at the world championships this year when she grabbed...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams defense seeks better execution in lieu of excuses

LONDON -- Nearly two days after the meltdown, the frustration still lingered with Alec Ogletree. The Rams defense is a proud unit across the board, but their fourth-year linebacker and first-year middle linebacker is especially conscientious given his role as defensive play caller.Ogletree and his defensive mates are accustomed to protecting leads, not surrendering them.
Via LA Daily News
2 days ago

Rams begin practice in London aware of challenges ahead

BAGSHOT, England (AP) Rams coach Jeff Fisher has often stressed the importance of a quick emotional turnaround. Dwell on the result of a game for a day, then move on. And while the Los Angeles Rams had to endure a seven-hour flight after a 31-28 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday, coping with the outcome didn't last much longer. ''That 24-hour rule is serious,'' left tackle...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Grading the Los Angeles Rams loss to Detroit

The Los Angeles Rams (3-3) showed off offensive firepower on Sunday, but it wasn’t enough to take down the Detroit Lions (3-3) on the road in Ford Field. It was a tremendous outing for the passing game, and while there were still some negatives, it was an encouraging sign from the offense. The defense, however, was lackluster for a second straight week and seems to be struggling...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher blames players for victory formation skirmish

The end of the Detroit Lions' victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday caused some controversy. At the end of the game, while the Lions were in victory formation, the Rams broke from tradition and rushed the line, causing a skirmish. Following the game, coach Jeff Fisher spoke out against the actions of his players. “There’s been some criticism with respect to that,” Fisher...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Fisher defends fake punt, says he would ‘do it all over again’

The Los Angeles Rams threw away any chance they had of coming back to beat the Buffalo Bills on Sunday when they attempted a fake punt deep in their own territory late in the game. That isn’t stopping head coach Jeff Fisher from standing by the decision. While speaking to reporters on Monday, Fisher said he would try the trick play again if he had a chance to go back in time....
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Quinn, Michael Brockers inactive for Rams

The Los Angeles Rams will be without three of their starting defensive linemen for their game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. The team announced that Robert Quinn, Michael Brockers and William Hayes will be inactive for the game. With those three out, Eugene Sims and Ethan Westbrooks will start at end, while Cam Thomas will be in at defensive tackle next to Aaron Donald. The...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Rams: Week 5 fantasy football update

Despite boasting a 3-1 record overall, the Los Angeles Rams will be the first to tell you that their wins have been ugly. While fans won’t be complaining, a byproduct of ugly wins is usually subpar fantasy performances. This is absolutely true of the Rams team across the board, despite boasting a couple of options that were popular amongst fantasy drafts throughout the season....
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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