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didn’t have to worry about his future. But even Donald’s newfound security couldn’t provide him with a sense of satisfaction after a victory over the Oakland Raiders.(WATCH) Marcus Peters post-practice presser, 9/14 | Rams’ official siteThis man is a gem.No tight end targets? LA doesn’t intend to make that a habit | Rams’ official siteSo, what happened? Why didn’t Higbee — or Gerald Everett and Johnny Mundt, for that matter — receive a target?The NFL’s Top 10 receiving corps ranked | NFL Network Where does the Rams’ bunch of WR’s Womens Michael Brockers Jersey
, RB’s, and TE’s rank among the league’s best receiving units? Chris Wesseling takes a closer look.Rams take a run at using receivers as ball-carriers. What’s next from McVay? | LA TimesBrandin Cooks took a handoff and dashed off the left side for six yards. Cooper Kupp took a handoff and ran right for 12 yards. Robert Woods ran left for six.Peters fined $13k for touchdown Lynch tribute celebration | ESPNLos Angeles Rams cornerback Marcus Peters’ tribute to Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch turned out to be a costly one.Cardinals at Rams: Scouting report, prediction | AZ CentralWho’s got the edge - on offense and defense - in Sunday’s matchup Four overreactions in the NFC West after Week 1 | Ramblin FanThe Los Angeles Rams begin defense of their NFC West title with a Week 2 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, but is the West all but decided? You may think so after a few Week 1 overreactions.A new home looms large in Inglewood | Ramblin FanThe Los Angeles Rams will open a new stadium in 2020, giving the NFL a new palace to showcase the best of the league.Why the Rams defense will live up to the hype | LA Sports HubThere are no doubts here at LA Sports Hub: the Los Angeles Rams defense is going to be everything it was made out to be before the season.(WATCH)Previewing every game for Week 2 | NFL NetworkWin probabilities and final score predictions for all the Week 2 matchupsA preview of every matchup in Week 2 | Pro Football FocusPFF’s Press Pass for Week 2 takes you deeper into the intriguing matchups for every game during the second week of the regular season. Building on our features from Week 1, here are the budding storylines for all 16 games on the slate this weekReport: Bosa’s foot is in a cast | Pro Football TalkA star player from the Rams’ Week 3 opponent was seen in a foot cast on FridayWeek 2 injury report roundup | Pro Football TalkWeek Two of the 2018 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Bengals and it continues with 14 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.5 keys for the Cardinals to beat the Rams in Week 2 | Cards WireHere are some keys to success for the Cardinals taking on the Rams.Los Angeles Rams’ offensive line graded third-highest in NFL through two games by Pro Football Focus Through two games www.losangelesramsteamonline.com
, the Los Angeles Rams’ offensive line has played spectacularly. LT Andrew Whitworth, LG Rodger Saffold, C John Sullivan, RG Austin Blythe and RT Rob Havenstein have made the offensive outputs possible in both the run and passing games.So it shouldn’t surprise anyone to see them ranked third overall in the entire NFL at this point by Pro Football Focus:The most impressive part about this? The lack of a weak point. Sullivan’s grade of 63.0, the lowest of the five, is the highest grade in the entire NFL from each team’s lowest-graded player. So while many linemen around the league grade out higher than Saffold’s 78.7, the highest Rams OL grade Los Angeles Rams T-Shirt
, they play on teams that have weaker points than Sullivan. PFF’s #1
overal line, the New Orleans Saints’, has two players graded in the 80s, but LG Andrus Peat earned a 58.6 grade. The Philadelphia Eagles’ line at #2
had two players in the 50s.So this isn’t a line being held up by one or two guys. It’s a joint success.And of course, we should point out that RG Austin Blythe is performing well above expectations as a fill-in for RG Jamon Brown who has missed the first two games due to a suspension. Head Coach Sean McVay has a very difficult decision on his hands there for Week 3...But of course, this is the kind of problem you want to have. The Rams have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL even without one of their starters.The question is if they can keep it up.