We continue our comparison of position groups within the NFC West. This week we look at the Rams Running Back room and how they stack up against the rest.
Saffold and Sullivan are out. Allen and Noteboom are in. Here is why that change could make or break the Los Angeles Rams in 2019.
The Rams tight ends are the only players that have repeatedly struggled in Sean McVay's offense. How do they rank with the other tight ends in the NFC West?
In a new weekly series, Sports Al Dente goes group by group comparing the Rams Position Groups with the rest of the NFC West, first up: Quarterbacks
Undrafted free agent Nsimba Webster out of Eastern Washington University could be the best steal of the offseason for the Rams. Here is why.
Third-round draft pick, Darrell Henderson gives the Los Angeles Rams' running game a big play threat as well as a potential future star at running back.
Sean McVay got to a Super Bowl in his second year as a coach. After his offense sputtered on the biggest stage he must prove he can adjust his system.
Out of a sixteen-game schedule, every team has hotly anticipated matchups. Here are the best games in the Los Angeles Rams schedule in 2019.
Minicamp is just around the corner and then we enter the true NFL offseason as we wait for Training Camp to begin. So let's predict the Rams 2019 season!
The LA Rams have solidified being a team on the rise but have lacked impact versatility. Can Taylor Rapp add to this arsenal and improve the secondary?
The LA Rams pass rush will lean on youth more than ever and if that gamble pays off they'll be dominant for a very long time.
Clay Matthews is now a Los Angeles Ram. What kind of impact can he have on the defense and will his skill set improve the outcome for the season?
The Rams draft was a success because they added several highly touted players and rebuild at key positions without mortgaging the future.
We are mere hours away from the first round of the NFL Draft! Take a look at our full Los Angeles Rams 7-Round Mock Draft!
The Rams would be wise to trade down from the 31st pick in order to save money and restock their talent at several key positions.