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Postby linchao » Tue May 14, 2019 9:02 pm

You won’t see any Rams on here! The Saints Jared Goff Color Rush Jersey , however..."If you’ve been following along this week, you know that the Los Angeles Rams are about as healthy as you could ever ask them to be as they head into the NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints. That bodes well in what is now the most important 60 minutes of their entire season.And the Friday injury report isn’t going to raise any concerns. The Saints, however, will be without a pair of pass-catchers. And despite the injury report listing him as questionable for Sunday’s game https://www.ramsfanstore.com/Austin-Blythe-Jersey , the Saints will indeed be without veteran tight end Benjamin Watson — as it was announced earlier that he’ll miss the game with appendicitis. You’ve got to feel for a 15-year veteran like Watson, who announced he’ll retire after this season. Should the Rams win on Sunday, it’s clearly not the exit to his career the 38 year old TE had envisioned. But the absence of Watson and Keith Kirkwood, along with the dinged up nature of their offensive line Jack Youngblood Color Rush Jersey , bode well for the Rams. The Los Angeles Rams have officially come back down to earth after a road trip to New Orleans that ended up in their first loss of the season.The offense performed well as always putting up 35 points, but it simply wasn’t enough after the first-half performance from the defense.Let’s revisit the matchups to watch:CB Marcus Peters vs WR Michael ThomasLast week’s matchup to watch:Yeah, this one wasn’t right at all. Peters was abused left right and center by Thomas. Thomas registered 12 receptions for 211 yards and a touchdown. He was converting third downs all over the field, breaking tackles to extend short catches into long ones Torry Holt Jersey , and even had the game-winning touchdown that effectively closed the game. Just an awful performance from the Rams’ #1 cornerback.WR Cooper Kupp vs CB P.J. WilliamsLast week’s matchup to watch:Kupp didn’t see a ton of the ball but still managed to be very productive. On only six targets, Kupp secured five receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown. He had an extremely long touchdown as well which was great to see. Kupp looked fully recovered from his concussion and knee injury from prior weeks and will continue to be relied upon going forward.OLB Dante Fowler Jr vs OT’s Terron Armstead/Ryan RamczykLast week’s matchup to watch:Fowler actually had a relatively solid performance for his first one in horns. The first half wasn’t great as he spent a lot of time on the floor and got bottled up by the two offensive tackles on separate occasions, but the light seemed to flip in the second half when Fowler registered multiple pressures and came alive. All in all, Fowler looked solid and put forth a promising first game after four days on his new team.RT Rob Havenstein vs DE Cameron JordanLast week’s matchup to watch:Hav (and the entire offensive line) had a tremendous performance. Jared Goff may have been pressured once or twice Eric Dickerson Color Rush Jersey , but he wasn’t sacked one single time in the game. The Rams offense could pretty much do whatever they wanted moving the ball with ease. The offensive line had a fantastic bounce-back game after a shaky performance against Green Bay.QB Jared Goff vs Saints’ secondaryLast week’s matchup to watch:This prediction was relatively close as Goff had 391 yards and three touchdowns (one interception). Goff was pretty much marvelous outside of one mistake that turned out to be a bit costly as the interception turned into a touchdown drive for the Saints. Still, outside of a pick and maybe one missed throw later in the game to Robert Woods on first down, Goff absolutely torched the Saints defense. He had multiple pin-point accurate throws. Fantastic day from Goff and the passing offense.ILB Mark Barron/Cory Littleton vs RB Alvin KamaraLast week’s matchup to watch:This was pretty much as bad as the Thomas versus Peters battle. Alvin Kamara abused Rams defenders. They simply couldn’t cover and when they closed the gap, they couldn’t tackle at all. Kamara registered 110+ total yards and three touchdowns. These two need to be better.
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