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Rams WR Cooks Thinks the Team Has the Right QB in Jared Goff

Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks wants to make it very clear — he thinks his team has the quarterback for a bright future in Jared Goff USA Today reports.

“Absolutely. Yes, he is the guy,” Cooks said of Jared Goff when I raised that question. “I mean, you talk about a guy that… we had so many different position changes along the offensive line last year. And for any quarterback, that is so tough. To still be able to stand in there and take the licks, it goes to show you that this guy is willing to do whatever it takes to win for his team. And at that young an age, when you have that mindset, special things happen.”

Cooks believes that everything will be fine as long as the Rams’ offense plays within itself.

“It was one of those things where, how to we find the way to get back to our consistent play? There were too many inconsistencies last year. We’d show why we are one of the best teams in the league, and then, the next week, we’d show why we shouldn’t be playing in the playoffs. We know it’s there, but how consistent can we be? That’s the biggest thing.”

Rams GM Snead Says He Doesn’t Regret Huge Deals to QB Goff and RB Gurley

Rams general manager Les Snead said he does not regret signing Jared Goff and Todd Gurley to their record-breaking contracts.

“Those are human beings that gave a lot to this organization and deserve to be compensated,” Snead said Tuesday.

Snead met with reporters following a 9-7 season that resulted in the Rams taking third place in the NFC West and missing the playoffs a season after playing in Super Bowl LIII.

Gurley powered the Rams’ offense in Sean McVay’s first two seasons as coach, as he rushed for more than 1,200 yards in back-to-back seasons and last season scored a league-best 21 touchdowns.

But this season, amid reports that he’s suffering from a degenerative knee condition or arthritis, he rushed for a career-low 857 yards and 12 touchdowns in 223 carries. His touches dropped from an average of 22.5 per game last season to 16.9 this season.

McVay throughout the season denied that Gurley was on a load-management program.

Snead pointed to the general state of the run game, an evolving offensive line and opponents’ game plans as reasons for Gurley’s decline.

“We didn’t run the ball this year as well as we have,” Snead said. “We definitely want to get back to being more efficient running the football.”

When asked if Gurley was the same running back he’d proved to be in the past, Snead said, “This year, he wasn’t.”

Video: Rams Fall on the Final Play to the Niners Saturday Night 34-31

The Rams had a double digit lead over the Niners on Saturday night, but their defense couldn’t stop them on the last drive as they fell to the 49ers 34-31.

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Video: Rams Look to Stay Alive in the NFC Playoff Race in Week 16 Battle with 49ers

The Rams are on the road this weekend as they will look to take down the 11-3 Niners in a huge NFC West showdown.

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Video: Rams Beat Up in Dallas by the Cowboys 44-21 to Fall to 8-6

The Cowboys finally got on track Sunday as they beat up the Rams, topping Los Angeles at home by a score of 44-21.

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NFL Week 15 Inactives – Cowboys at Rams

Here’s today’s inactives for the Cowboys and Rams critical NFC matchup:


CB Deante Burton
DT Trysten Hill
OT Mitch Hyatt
DE Joe Jackson
OG Brandon Knight
WR Devin Smith
LB Leighton Vander Esch


TE Kendall Blanton
CB Donte Deayon
OG Jamil Demby
TE Gerald Everett
S Jake Gervase
OT Rob Havenstein
CB David Long

Video: Rams Look to Keep Slim Playoff Hopes Alive in Dallas Vs Cowboys

The Rams are in Dallas for a big NFC game on Sunday as they look to stay hot, as they will take on the 6-7 Cowboys in a rematch of last year’s playoffs.

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Video: Rams Look to Stay Hot as They Host the Seahawks in Week 14 Battle

The Rams will look for another NFC West win after beating up the Cardinals last week as they will host the 10-win Seahawks Sunday.

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