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Dexter McCleon joins Jake Ellenbogen for Throwback Thursday;
Ranking all 32 NFL backfields: Projections and 2018 outlook
The running back position is not what it used to be.
With NFL teams passing more than ever and backs expected to catch and pass-protect, focus has shifted from workhorses to committees.
Here is my ranking of all 32 backfields, with stat projections and what to expect from each unit in 2018.
1. New Orleans Saints
Top three backs: Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram, Terrance West
Projected unit stats: 386 carries, 1,721 yards, 16 TDs; 122 receptions, 1,080 yards, 5...
Irv Pankey joins Jake Ellenbogen for Throwback Thursday;
NFL's 5 best wide receiver duos: Look to the North stars
Few positions in the NFL can match wide receiver in terms of marquee value. The league, thanks to its passing boom, is loaded with talent at the position, as well as proud personalities who play it.
But which team boasts the most dynamic duo? Clubs rarely have two elite wideouts at the same time, but when they do, it becomes difficult for opponents to slow down either half.
Most important in naming the top five wide receiver duos in the NFL is how the players produce and complement each other's games. Then comes durability, which downgrades certain combinations.
The Giants' Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard, for example, are trying to re-establish themselves after major injuries. Other duos...
Mike Karney joins Jake Ellenbogen for Throwback Thursday;
Tommy Polley joins Jake Ellenbogen for Throwback Thursday;
For all of the credit Sean McVay gets for turning our offense around (which he deserves) or the improvement made by Goff.. none of that would look so impressive if it wasn't for the play of Robert Woods.
Even among Rams fans, Woods contributions last season seemed somewhat under appreciated.
Woods was a revelation, especially for a team that hadn't seen good play from its wideouts since Bruce and Holt were holding it down.
(Small nods to Mark Clayton, Brandon Lloyd and Danny Amendola)Roger Saffold should have earned a Pro Bowl nod, imo. For as much as some fans loved Incognito, Richie NEVER bullied defensive linemen like Beetlejuice did all of last season.
Does Brockers get the credit he deserves outside of our fanbase?
I'm not sure.
I know we all like Nickel Robey-Coleman, but he was as good as any slot corner I have seen. In todays NFL, the importance of his excellence at the...
10 Observations from Day 1 of Mandatory Minicamp
1) With the beginning of minicamp on Tuesday, the Rams went through a walk-thru in the morning, then had regular practice in the afternoon following a lunch break. The club started with special teams drills before the rest of the squad went through a stretch prior to individual drills.
2) It’s a pretty minor detail, but the Rams got new scoreboards for practice. They’re bigger and easier to see from any part of the field. There’s a large clock, a play clock, and segment section on the scoreboard to the left. And then an offensive tally...
It is with heavy heart to inform our members that DaveFan'51 has passed away.
His wife gave me permission to share that Dave passed away in his sleep on May-27. The official cause of death was cardiac arrest, complicated by his battle with COPD.
As you know, Dave was among our everyday members with over 18,000 posts the last 4 years. We shared many of laughs, good times and bad, with Dave.
A die hard Rams fan with a love for the team matched only by his family and beloved granddaughter.
If you'd like to leave well wishes, I will be sure to direct his wife's attention to this thread.
I share your sadness.
I posted one of Suh already but there were a ton of pics, too many to post them all so here's the link along with a few that I liked.
Victor Adeyanju Throwback Thursday episode with Jake Ellenbogen;
Everett Eager to ‘Cut Loose’ and ‘Compete’ in Year 2
A year ago tight end Gerald Everett was a fresh-faced rookie going through his first NFL offseason — tasked with learning a completely new scheme, while adapting to the quick speed of the league.
Fast forward to 2018 and Everett is now taking on his second OTAs with the Rams. And now that he has a year of professional experience, the South Alabama product has been able to attack practices with a different mentality.
Just understanding my role and what is going to be expected of me,” he said of the biggest difference in year 2 "I'm not spinning as much as when I still had the college stuff in my mind.”
Everett returns this season to join a familiar set of players under a consistent scheme. Once again, the tight end will be catching passes...
Roman Gabriel joins Jake Ellenbogen for Throwback Thursday!
1) During individual drills, the linebackers worked on ripping the ball out of a ballcarrier’s arms, plus the proper way to recover a fumble. Again, it’s late May, but the Rams are clearly putting a high priority on both ball security and creating turnovers.
2) On the other field, receivers and quarterbacks worked on timing routes, with the signal-callers throwing the ball before the receivers came out of their breaks. That’s important to establish that chemistry now so that it looks smooth when there’s an actual opponent.
3) L.A. also worked on red-zone specific routes, like fades and slants. That’s one of the first times we’ve been able to see the club work on those kinds of...
Rams announce jersey numbers for 2018 NFL Draft class
Here’s the full list of digits:
- Joseph Noteboom: 70
- Brian Allen: 55
- John Franklin-Myers: 57
- Micah Kiser: 59
- Ogbonnia Okoronkwo: 45
- John Kelly: 42
- Jamil Demby: 64
- Sebastian Joseph-Day: 69
- Trevon Young: 49
- Travin Howard: 48
- Justin Lawler: 62
What time is the 2018 NFL Draft?
Here's a breakdown of when each day of draft coverage begins:
Thursday: 8 p.m.
Friday: 7 p.m.
Saturday: 12 p.m.
Note: All times Eastern.
How to watch the NFL Draft
Here's a breakdown of who will be airing live broadcasts of this year's draft:
Thursday: NFL Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Friday: NFL Network, FOX Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Saturday: NFL Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free).
You can also get live analysis of all three days of the...
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