This is notable
Zuerlein leads the
He has made all 33 of his extra point attempts and 32 of his 34 field goal attempts, his only misses from 36 and 62 yards.
Zuerlein needs to score two points against the Cardinals to move into third place on the Rams' single-season scoring list.
"You've never seen Ric Flair? Ric Flair, the legend."
The Rams running back was in disbelief when this media member asked what the "Woo" was about during coach Sean McVay's postgame locker room speech. (For the record, WWE isn't my thing, but I'll look into it.)
Gurley was asked if he had ever seen Ric Flair in person.
Of course he has, and not just as a fan. Apparently Gurley and Flair are personal pals.
"I talked to him at the Dallas game," Gurley said. "That was probably the last time I heard from him."
“He’s the most dynamic inside player in the NFL, he and
— Cardinals coach Bruce Arians
Arians heaped praise on
Donald has six sacks and three forced fumbles this season.
He's also caught Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips by surprise.
"He's better than everybody and I didn't know he was better than everybody," Phillips said this week, adding, "I'm being a little bit sarcastic, but he's such a tremendous player."
Hot off the presser
"He's not your typical rookie. It's funny because a lot of times, after they're done with the receiver meeting, he'll come in the quarterback meeting and he'll listen to us"
— Matt LaFleur
Or perhaps rookie
Regardless of his throwing skills, Kupp has a bright future in the NFL, as a player and perhaps as a coach.
Kupp caught eight passes for a career-high 116 yards in a 26-20 victory over the
Coaches and teammates say what is most impressive about Kupp, a third-round pick from Eastern Washington, is his knowledge and understanding of the game.
The Rams remain atop the NFC West at 8-3, but the Seattle Seahawks are close behind at 7-4.
However, the Seahawks are six-point underdogs at home — yes, inside
If the Rams defeat the 5-6 Cardinals, who they shutout in October, 33-0, at Twickenham Stadium in London, there is a good chance they can grow their lead in the division.
Sean McVay, 31, has used every tool available as he's guided the Rams to their first eight-win season since 2006.
That includes headsets.
In a SoundFX video that has gone viral, quarterback
And if you listen closely, you'll hear McVay yelling those audibles to Goff through the earpiece in the quarterback's helmet.
McVay communicates with Goff as long as possible, until the play clock ticks down to 15 seconds and the headsets cut off, to ensure the offense is taking advantage of what the defensive is giving them.
McVay said this week that it's common practice between coaches and quarterbacks. Arians echoed that sentiment.
So put this minor controversy to rest, and don't discredit the improvement shown by Goff in his second season.
Last year, Goff finished 0-7 as a starter, passing for five touchdowns with seven interceptions.
This season he has passed for2,964 yards and 18 touchdowns, with five interceptions.
That kind of progress doesn't happen solely because of a coach in your headset.
The Rams will defeat the Cardinals, 24-14, and improve to 9-3.