The Rams are coming off a HUGE dominating 42 to 7 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.
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Cardinals will attempt to take down another first place team and, more simply, actually score against the Rams, which they were unable to do in London during Week 7.
The Rams are coming off a huge win over the Giants and are getting ready to host the Houston Texans. Here are a few notes about the matchup.
We are approaching that halfway point in the season so it’s time for me to give the Rams their Bye Week report card.
Rams are 3-0 on the Road can they continue their perfect road streak across the pond?
What’s up mobsquad?! How about that Week 3 victory over the 49ers?! I know Tracy wasn’t too excited but I was so relieved to get that much needed first divisional win of the season. Now the Rams head to Dallas for another NFC matchup against the Cowboys.
The 0-2 San Francisco 49ers return home to Levi’s Stadium looking for a win against the Los Angeles Rams.
What’s up Raider Nation!! Oakland is now up 2-0 after their victory against the New York Jets on Sunday. The boys in black and silver were back in The Bay and they definitely showed Oakland some love: Marshawn Lynch even brought back the hyphen movement, pumping up the fans in his first home game. Derek Carr and Michael Crabtree hooked up three times in the end zone for the hat trick and that’s really all the Raiders needed to take out the NY Jets at home. Cordarrelle Patterson and Jalen Richard both had long touchdown runs of their own in the second half to put the game completely out of reach and the final score was 20-45 Oakland Raiders!
What’s up RAMILY?! I am so excited to be back for my second season as…