Los Angeles Rams

1st NFC West | 2-0
  • Passing Yards
    175.3 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    122.3 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    297.6 YPG
  • Forbes

    Fantasy Rankings: The 32 Top NFL Running Backs

    Fantasy Drafts are commencing all across the country and draft guides are of the utmost importance. My Forbes SportsMoney series ranking the top 32 (1 per team) fantasy players per position continues. Here is my ranking of the 32 Top Fantasy Running Backs in the NFL. I based my power rankings on my projection of total value. The rankings are based on the projected starters for each teams. DiMoro’s Call: Some of these rankings may shock. I’m not sold on Eddie Lacy’s revival until I see him bounce back over the course of the regular season. Lacy has the potential to put in a Top 15 fantasy performance, but I want to see it before I buy into it. A healthy Arian Foster could find himself in the Top

  • The Cheat Sheet

    7 Most Likely Fantasy Football Breakout Players For 2016

    The 2016 National Football League regular season now less than two weeks away, which means that time is running out to prepare for your fantasy football draft. Last year’s top breakout players were guys like Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley, Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson, and Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry.

  • Chargers stadium gets only 25% support in new poll
    USA Today

    Chargers stadium gets only 25% support in new poll

    SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Chargers still face a difficult, if not impossible, task of getting their proposed new stadium approved by voters this November, according to a YouGov poll conducted this past week at the request of USA TODAY Sports. The online poll by YouGov, an international polling firm, showed that a quarter of San Diego adults strongly or somewhat support the proposal for a new, taxpayer-funded $1.8 billion stadium and convention center downtown. If the vote fails, the Chargers have until Jan. 15 to decide whether to move to Los Angeles, where they have an optional deal to share a lucrative new stadium with the Los Angeles Rams. “We knew it was a tough climb when we got started,” said Fred Maas, the Chargers' special advisor on the stadium initiative.