Los Angeles Rams

1st NFC West | 2-1
  • Passing Yards
    174.0 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    88.7 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    262.7 YPG
  • Peyton Manning sees NFL games in China: 'Just a no-brainer'
    Chicago Tribune

    Peyton Manning sees NFL games in China: 'Just a no-brainer'

    Peyton Manning has set his sights on a new frontier: bringing the NFL to China. The NFL has already arranged games in Europe and Japan and it's only a matter of time before it hosts one in the world's most populous country, Manning said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in Beijing, where he's on a promotional tour that also took him to Shanghai. The Los Angeles Rams could be one of the first teams to play in the Chinese mainland, as early as 2018, ESPN reported in March, citing a team source. "I think it is just a no-brainer," he said. "The fact that Beijing has hosted the Olympics. It's a great place to host a major sporting event." China has become a major destination for global sports

  • Bucs vs. Broncos: 6 things to know about their Week 4 matchup
    Bucs Wire

    Bucs vs. Broncos: 6 things to know about their Week 4 matchup

    Last Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had several chances to defeat the Los Angeles Rams but couldn’t get it done. This week, they’re set to face the undefeated Denver Broncos and while the Broncos are favored to win, the Bucs are certainly hoping to pull off an upset. After struggling against the Cardinals in Week 2, Tampa Bay’s offense really seemed to click against Los Angeles. Jameis Winston had a solid game completing the majority of his passes while Charles Sims contributed to the run game with Doug Martin out. Mike Evans and Adam Humphries also had strong performances connecting with Winston on key plays. The main reasons why the Bucs fell short is due to Tampa Bay’s defense being unable

  • Rams won’t let other rookie QBs’ success alter plan for Jared Goff
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    Rams won’t let other rookie QBs’ success alter plan for Jared Goff

    Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher made it clear the team plans to stay the course with Jared Goff despite the relative success of fellow rookie quarterbacks Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott. Goff, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, is sitting at No. 2 on the Rams depth chart. Despite current Rams starter Case Keenum’s struggles and the splashes made by the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys rookie signal-callers, Fisher insists the Rams have a plan for Goff and are sticking to it. No,” Fisher said when asked if successes of other rookie QBs have influenced his perspective, via ESPN.com. “I spoke on that. I’m happy for young quarterbacks when they have success, but we have our