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Can the Undefeated Rams Really Make a Run at 16-0? | The RingerWe all want this. But can it actually happen? We’ve got a tough road ahead , this article does a great job of breaking down why could go 16-0, and also covering the very important why not’s.Aaron Rodgers ‘Hot’ After Ty Montgomery Fumble Cost Him Last Shot at Win | Bleacher ReportThank you Ty Montgomery. Just know that not everyone is mad at you.Week 8 NFL Team of the Week | PFFAaron “The Sackmaster” Donald makes the list this week. Duh.Rams QB coach Zac Taylor listed as favorite to be Browns’ next head coach | Rams WireAfter losing their collective minds in putting the highest odds on Sean McVay becoming the next Cleveland Browns HC, they seem to have decided to take a more realistic approach. If this turns out to be the case, next season would be Goff’s third QB Coach in three years.Sean McVay: Cooper Kupp has a “very good chance” to return for Rams this week | Pro Football TalkReynolds has done a nice job filling in, but it’ll be good to have #18 back.The Winners and Losers From NFL Week 8 | The RingerMy favorite line from this piece:Rams listed as underdogs for first time all season vs. Saints in Week 9 | Rams WireWhen we did our season Win-Loss Staff predictions here at TST, I had the Saints down as our first loss. At this point Authentic Brandin Cooks Jersey , I stand by that. The wins have come on thinner, more tenuous margins as the season has progressed, and with the New Orleans Saints and Drew Brees, you can’t flinch. I hope we pull this out, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the perfect season ends here.L.A.mbeau Field? Packers fans invade Coliseum, only to see their team lose to Rams | OC RegisterThe Packers fans were loud and proud during the game on Sunday. But in the end Brandin Cooks Jersey Elite , it didn’t matter. The Los Angeles Rams (8-0) head east in Week 9 to take on the NFC South leading New Orleans Saints (6-1) in Week 9. This NFC battle between two offensive juggernauts surely has playoff implications, so health is of the utmost importance. Luckily, for the Rams, the Wednesday injury report looks promising. Obviously the most glaring name on the report is that of wide receiver Cooper Kupp, who has missed the last two weeks after suffering a knee injury against the Denver Broncos in Week 6. The good news, however , is that head coach Sean McVay said earlier this week that Kupp stands “a very good chance” of suiting up against the Saints. OLB Trevon Young (back) was also listed as limited in the team’s walk-thru on Wednesday. As for the Saints, they received some bad news earlier today regarding rookie pass-rusher Marcus Davenport. Here is the Saints’ initial injury report:
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