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Tagged: Los Angeles Rams (15 Results)

Podcast: January 31 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Aaron Bland and Justin Eleff discuss Adam Gase, Lane Kiffin, the season-long importance of the waiver wire, Jimmy Garoppolo's outlook for 2019 ... and this game the Patriots and Rams will be playing on Sunday. Sponsored by DraftKings.  more »

Fantasy Index Weekly: Super Bowl LIII Preview: Los Angeles

Difficult to see the Rams winning this game. The Patriots are best at stopping the run (which is what the Rams have been doing well lately). And their defense might not be good enough to slow down a multidimensional New England offense. There's a chance, it seems, that New England moves the ball at will and wins by 10 points or so.   more »


Rams win Super Bowl in Madden NFL 19 simulation

The Los Angeles Rams beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII, 30-27, in an EA Sports Madden NFL 19 simulation of the big game. The Madden simulation was wrongMore last year when it predicted that New England would beat Philadelphia, but it has recently been hitting on an every-other-year basis. Less


Fantasy Index Weekly: Championship Preview: L.A. Rams

We published the season's final issue of Fantasy Index Weekly last week. But there are still four teams playing, and fantasy playoff leagues that will require teams to start players in those games. So over the rest of this week, we'll take a look at the final four teams, and their fantasy prospects. First up, the road team in the NFC game, the Los Angeles Rams.   more »



Fantasy Fireworks on Monday Night Football

Hopefully fantasy owners had their Kansas City and Los Angeles players in the lineup for Monday night’s instant classic. The two teams combined for over 1,000 yards, 105 combined points, 10More passing touchdowns, and a 35-point fourth quarter. There were plenty of fantasy points to go around in the record-setting showdown. Less


Podcast: November 13 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Justin Eleff works the waiver wire after Week 10 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by YouRulz and DraftKings.  more »


High-scoring Rams struggle vs. Vikings

The Los Angeles Rams entered Sunday as the league’s highest-scoring team but they could manage only 7 points for fantasy owners against a tough Minnesota defense. It was the first timeMore this season that the Rams were held under 10 points and only the second time this season that Los Angeles has scored fewer than 20 points in a game. Less

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Trivia: September 6, 2017

What team in 1967 went 11-1-2 but did not make the playoffs? This was before the creation of the wild card, and another team won its division on a tiebreaker. The two franchises involved open against each other on Sunday. answer »


Podcast: July 28 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Conclusion of Thursday's conversation with Scott Pianowski of Yahoo Sports, in which he extols the virtues of good players on very bad teams. Sponsored by the Fantasy Index Open (coming soon at  more »

Viva Murillo!: Team Camp Forecast: Fake News

The worst thing you could be during NFL training camps is "the schedule." Because everybody seems to be ahead of you.  more »


Around the NFL: Los Angeles Rams

The Rams have a new head coach, but they’re keeping their running backs coach. Sean McVay says Todd Gurley called him to lobby for Skip Peete to be kept in that role.  more »


Rams to change defensive scheme

New Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is planning to shift to a 3-4 defensive scheme for the 2017 season. While such a change is significant, Phillips has had success in building championship defenses at previous stops. Time will tell if he can replicate that success in Los Angeles.


Factoid: Los Angeles Rams

The Rams hired Sean McVay on Thursday, making him the youngest head coach ever – he’s only 30. He’ll be the league’s first 31-year-old head coach when the Rams open the season in September. Only five other teams have hired 32-year-old head coaches in the Super Bowl era.  more »

Factoid: Bad teams

What happens when a readily stoppable force meets an easily moved object? We’ll find on Saturday, when the league’s lowest scoring offense (Los Angeles) hosts the defense that’s allowed more points than anyone (San Francisco). May the worst man lose.   more »


Gurley continues to struggle

Los Angeles running back TODD GURLEY struggled again on Sunday against the New York Jets. Gurley carried 21 times for only 64 yards and was held out of the end zone.More Gurley, last season’s Offensive Rookie of the Year, has yet to run for 100 yards in a game this season. Less


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