The Los Angeles Rams are looking to start their season 2-0 when they visit the Philadelphia Eagles. L.A. is coming off a narrow win over the Dallas Cowboys 20-17, while the Eagles started out 0-1 and are looking to avoid an 0-2 start after a 27-17 loss to Washington.
Fans may like having artificial crowd noise coming through their TV sets, but one particular head coach clearly does not. The piped-in noise may sound good on TV, but it’s fair to wonder how it feels to players and coaches on the field, as it’s probably quite loud, and possibly even distracting.
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Plus Jordan Fuller’s tackle on Amari Cooper The NFL had a technical glitch (allegedly) that delayed the release of the all-22 coaches film on Week 1 games, but things were back to normal on Thursday morning for those who like to see the whole field.
Jared Goff’s passing line against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night was hardly one of the most impressive of his career. He threw for 275 yards, but he had zero touchdowns and an interception, resulting in a passer rating of 79.4.
In the fourth quarter with the Cowboys attempting to mount a comeback against the Rams, Jalen Ramsey made his biggest play of the night. On a throw to Amari Cooper in the flat, Ramsey came off his assignment heading down the sideline and turned toward Cooper.
The Rams will be on the East Coast this weekend for a Week 2 battle with the Philadelphia Eagles, seeking yet another 2-0 start under Sean McVay. After knocking off the Cowboys in the season opener, the Rams have their sights set on another NFC East foe.
For the third time in four seasons, the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles will square off in the regular season. The Eagles have had the Rams’ number in recent years, but Los Angeles looked like the better team in Week 1 and is coming off a statement win over the Cowboys.
There are two plays from the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night that you’re going to see over and over again. Depending on the records of the Cowboys and Rams at the end of the season, you might be seeing those two plays for a while longer, too.
It’s not often a team signs a 43-year-old quarterback and becomes an instant title contender, but the Bucs are banking on the addition of Tom Brady and stars like Rob Gronkowski and Leonard Fournette to get them to a championship level in 2020.
The Rams traded for cornerback Jalen Ramsey with the intent of signing him to a long-term contract extension, but that hasn’t happened yet, and now he’ll be playing out the final year of his rookie deal.