Ram's Tavon Austin is among NFL leaders in dropped passes this season

The Rams receivers have dropped nine passes through six games, which is one of the worst marks in the NFL. Is wideout Tavon Austin to blame? According to Sporting Charts, Los Angeles wide receiver Tavon Austin has four dropped passes this season. That’s just one behind Brandon Marshall (Jets) and Marvin Jones, Jr. (Lions) for the most in the NFL. Austin has dropped 8.2% of passes...
Via The Rams Wire
1 hour ago

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher would support an NFL team in London

The St. Louis Rams moved to Los Angeles last season. Could the next city that will get an NFL team become an international team in London? It’s not likely, but it’s in the realm of possibility and has gained momentum. An NFL team in London would get the support of Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher (via Scout.com): “You know, the enthusiasm, the support is clearly here...
Via The Rams Wire
4 hours 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
5 hours 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
5 hours 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
15 hours 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
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Community Player of the Week: Mike Thomas

Each week, the Rams select a player to honor as the Rams Community Player of the Week. The program, presented by Wells Fargo, is intended to recognize players for the positive impact they make off the field.
Via TheRams.com
22 hours ago

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
1 day 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
1 day 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
1 day ago  |  Discuss

LA Rams seek balance in tranquility of British resort

LONDON -- It seems almost fitting the Rams ended up at the sprawling 123-acre Penny Hill Hotel during their weeklong stay in England in preparation for their game Sunday against the New York Giants.Nestled in a perfectly British park side about an hour outside of London, the elegant, ivy-clad hotel sits amid a thick, woodsy area that provides seclusion and serenity.
Via LA Daily News
2 days ago

How the Rams planned for 11,465 miles and 2 games in 10 days

LONDON -- A tired group of Rams tumbled out of their plane at London's Heathrow Airport early Monday morning, the blur and haze stinging their eyes after completing a 3,748-mile, eight-hour journey from Detroit.Standing ahead of them were six workdays at their makeshift headquarters at a sprawling hotel situated on an English countryside.
Via LA Daily News
2 days ago

Rams Power Rankings: Week 7

The 3-3 Rams, having dropped two straight, find themselves moving in the power rankings heading into their London game.
Via TheRams.com
3 days ago

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...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams hoping to get a boost from change in scenery in London

LONDON – Breaking out of routine, avoiding staring at the same four walls, can bring about an attitude change. So perhaps the Rams, instead, can look at some castle walls and break out of their funk. After consecutive losses, the Rams are here for...
Via The OC Register
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams notes: Running game showing signs of life, but still sputtering

LONDON – They’re all in this together, Rams star running back Todd Gurley and the five offensive linemen charged with improving a rushing attack that, through six games, has been stuck in neutral. Gurley, the NFL’s third-leading rusher as a...
Via The OC Register
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Bonsignore: Rams' positives against Lions on Sunday buried by fourth-quarter breakdown

LONDON – The Rams dared to dream two weeks ago. About taking control of their division and returning home from London ahead of the bye week with a 6-1 record and finally laying to rest the complaint they are no better than a muddling team that...
Via The OC Register
3 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
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kenny Britt hauls in stellar one-handed catch

The Los Angeles Rams have been surprising all year, and they were at it again in Week 6 against the Detroit Lions. Down 21-14 in the third quarter, Case Keenum connected with receiver Kenny Britt, who effortlessly hauled in the pass with one hand. Kenny Britt only needs ONE hand. This is just ridiculous. #MobSquad #LAvsDET https://t.co/ahhOcgQSHA — NFL (@NFL) October 16, 2016...
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
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Rams: Takeaways from Week Five loss against Buffalo

After winning three in a row the Los Angeles Rams fell to the Buffalo Bills by a score of 30-19. This was not the Rams best showing, but what should be taken away from this game so that the team can get back on track? Takeaway #1 – A healthy defensive line is a big key to success Robert Quinn, Michael Brockers, and William Hayes were out for Sunday’s game. That left Aaron Donald...
Via isportsweb.com
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
12 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....
Via isportsweb.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

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