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I am excited for these games. Should both be good matchups.
Pick 2 in the poll.
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NFL Nation reporters predict the outcomes and scores for this weekend's conference championship games.
The Steelers might be the hotter team and Le'Veon Bell is poised to break the Patriots' 24-game streak of not allowing 90-plus rushing yards to a single...
HC: Sean McVay
Asst. HC / LBs: Joe Barry
ST: John Fassel
DC: Wade Philips
DL: Billy Johnson
Updated by Moderator
List layout courtesy of @Mackeyser
Let's see how well we can keep this organized... we'll try to keep the first post updated.
Update courtesy of @Merlin
Los Angeles Rams
- John Fassel, interim head coach (Rams): Interviewed
- Harold Goodwin, offensive coordinator (Cardinals): To be interviewed
- Josh McDaniels, offensive coordinator (Patriots): To be interviewed Sat.
- Doug Marrone, interim head coach (Jaguars): To be interviewed
- Anthony Lynn, interim head coach (Bills):...
Rams to launch “wide-ranging” search on Friday
Posted by Mike Florio on December 15, 2016, 8:34 PM EST
The Rams have had a busy week, far too busy to commence the process of looking for a new head coach. After Thursday night’s game against the Seahawks, however, the effort to find a replacement for Jeff Fisher will begin.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Rams will embark on a “wide-ranging” coaching search on Friday. The team will lean toward a coach with an offensive background, but the Rams haven’t ruled out the possibility of hiring a defensive coach.
Those parameters necessarily will land Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels (who served as the offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams in 2011) and Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan on the list of potential candidates.
Getting the job surely will entail...
Don't know why any fan base of an opposing team, even on the road, would be worried about playing the Rams these days. But here you go...a cautious bunch of fans for the most part.
We l know Goff is starting now. Just in case anyone didn't notice yesterday the Rams had 7 first downs and 162 yards total offense.
We need to go in next week and just demolish this opponent.
That being said, the Pats only won by 16 in spite of that offensive output
If we somehow dropped this next game to the Rams, with all these injuries we could go belly up and end 7-9 or 8-8.
Our offense wont be facing their offense....so not sure how we will destroy them.
They beat Seattle at home....I wouldnt take them lightly....the record is misleading.
Their record is not misleading. They...
The Rams' highest-graded offensive player on Sunday, per Pro Football Focus: LT Greg Robinson. Score of 79.2. Not much else to choose from, but still a bit encouraging for the former No. 2 overall pick, who was benched last week.
Yeah, I was only half joking so don't let me down more posts here than a potential "Vent" thread. In the first half, Jared Goff has thrown 3 TD's, and Case Keenum is now making vacation plans, cuz he'll never be the Rams starter again (STAY HEALTHY JARED!).
While I am typing this, Ingram just ran like 60 plus yards, WTH?
Anyway, I have not been this happy about a Rams QB since Mark Bulger, and hopefully he is much better than Bulger. Those intermediate throws are so good, unlike the ducks Case throws. Since we are down 2 TD's again, looks like the kid may get 5 TD's today in a loss (hope not), but whatever...The future is bright because it looks like we have the most important piece on the team now, and the draft cost was worth it.
And what potential HC candidate wouldn't want Goff, Gurley, Donald, and LA?
THOUSAND OAKS – For the 10th time in his eight-year career, Kenny Britt is playing with a new starting quarterback.
This past Sunday, the Rams finally started No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff, giving fans reason to keep watching what has become an increasingly frustrating season. In a rainy debut at the Coliseum, he completed 17 of 31 passes for 134 yards — a performance that neither lifted nor doomed his team in a 14-10 loss to the Dolphins.
“He did OK,” Britt said. “He handled himself well for his first NFL game. He hasn’t been on the field for a couple of months now.”
It’s difficult to accurately assess Goff based on one game. In an offense that looked as constrained as ever last weekend, the former Cal star threw just five passes that traveled more than 10 yards through the air. Moving forward, the Rams’ hopes for an unlikely playoff...
I'm Thankful for the Rams and a forum like ROD. Thankful for all of you unique individuals on the ROD forum that make following our team even better. Thankful for Family and all the small things in life we take for granted.
Thankful that our wait finally ended and we get to watch our Rams young franchise quarterback start in his second career game at New Orleans this Sunday.
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