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Which Rams Wide Receiver Should Earn The Sixth Spot?
Last Thursday, TST tweeted a poll question: "Who would you have take the final WR roster spot? Assume Austin, Britt, Cooper, (Bradley) Marquez, Thomas safe." Well, you voted and the results are interesting.
The Rams carried six wide receivers in 2015 (Tavon Austin, Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey, Chris Givens, Brian Quick and Bradley Marquez). A good bit has changed since then, with Givens being traded to Baltimore and Bailey being waived in early June.
What has remained the same is that the Rams are still looking for consistency among their WR corps, and for a potential high-volume target to work the intermediate levels. A short summary of each rostered WR's career with the Rams:
Austin: bubble screens, sweeps, reverses and any other way to get him the ball...
Win, lose or draw, the RAMS will be the most badass team in the league in 2016.
I know what you are thinking. "The RAMS are ALWAYS the most badass!" And you are correct. This years team however is burning high-octane awesome sauce and cranking their badassery up to E-LEV-N.
Here are 16 reasons why every other team in the NFL just kinda sucks compared to the 2016 Los Angeles RAMS.
16 - Johnny freaking Hekker.
15 - Best looking GM/QB duo in the league. No other team packs a 1-2 punch of stonecold ladykillers like Les "McConaughey" Snead and Jared "Gosling" Goff. And as far as HCs go, I can almost smell Jeff "Ron Swanson" Fishers raw testosterone-pipe tobacco-grizzly musk all the way back here in Missouri.
14 - They are young, hungry and mean.
Under Fisher, the Rams make two things: mistakes and Seahawks fans cry like the little whining pansies they are. I expect fewer mistakes and more tears this year.
13 - Seriously, those frappuccino sippin' hipsters in the Pacific Northwest are...
Guy loves Alexander and Joyner!
Rams’ Fisher on Jared Goff: “We’re not going to rush him”
By Clark Judge
Talk of Fame Network
The Rams have a new home. They’re the Los Angeles Rams now, returning to southern California after 21 years in St. Louis. And they have a new quarterback.
Introducing former Cal quarterback Jared Goff.
The Rams thought so much of Goff they traded away multiple draft picks to acquire the first pick of the draft, and, naturally, most persons believe the rookie – not Case Keenum, Nick Foles or Sean Mannion – will be the team’s starter when the Rams open on Sept. 12. But that’s not necessarily the case, coach Jeff Fisher told the Talk of Fame Network.
“We’re going to take our time,” he said on the latest broadcast, dedicated to the Rams’ return to the West Coast. “We’re not going to rush him. He’s a quick learner. He’s got a special and arm and vision, and he’s going to...
Rams DE Robert Quinn aiming to get back to pass-rush dominance
Nick Wagoner/ESPN Staff Writer
OXNARD, Calif. -- Two short offseasons ago you couldn't take part in any conversation about the NFL's best pass-rushers without Los Angeles Rams defensive end Robert Quinn's name figuring prominently.
Quinn was coming off a franchise record-setting 19 sacks in the 2013 season. That dominance landed him first-team All-Pro honors and his first trip to the Pro Bowl. Pro Football Focus rated Quinn the No. 2 player in the league, the NFL Network placed him 13th and ESPN.com declared him the sixth-best defensive player.
Fast-forward to this offseason and Quinn appears on no such lists. In fact, he's become...
Pharoh Cooper worked with the first-team offense Friday
By: Jeff Smith
If you were a pre-draft believer in former South Carolina wide receiver Pharoh Cooper, you might be getting closer to being able to pat yourself on the back. When the Los Angeles Rams drafted Cooper in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL draft, it was a pick surrounded by excitement. Apparently, it hasn’t taken much time for Cooper to make his presence felt with the team either.
Via Myles Simmons of the team’s official website:
Myles Simmons @MylesASimmons
It can be. But I’ve gotta say, I’ve been really impressed with Cooper this week. He got snaps with 1s today, too.
This means it’s taken a total of just three days for Cooper to impress the coaches enough for him to earn some time with the first-team offense. While it’s somewhat...
Tape Study: Embracing Los Angeles Rams WR Tavon Austin's Unique Skill Set
By QBKlass and Ben Natan on May 27, 2016
Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Our own Derrik Klassen and Bleeding Green Nation's Ben Natan highlight Tavon Austin's skill set and his impact going forward.
Los Angeles Rams WR...
Sorting Out the Rams' Linebacking Corps Without James Laurinaitis
By QBKlass on May 13, 2016
Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports
The Rams may not have a new big time player to fill the void left by Laurinaitis, but they are better without him.
James Laurinaitis was one of the worst starting linebackers in football last season.
With most every other sub par linebacker (or player, in general), there is one redeemable trait that can be schemed around and used tactfully. In 2015, that was not the case with Laurinaitis. He...
Cooper Likely a Solid Slot Option for L.A. Offense
The Rams’ blockbuster trade up to No. 1 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft left them with four remaining picks — two in the fourth round, and two in the sixth. But on Day 3, Los Angeles swapped fourth-round picks with Chicago, moving down to No. 117 to gain an extra sixth-round selection.
With the club’s second pick of the day, the Rams continued to add pieces to their passing offense by selecting wide receiver...
hmmm, ok. Project TE. Oh well, Offensive help is always welcome.
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