Rams-Chiefs Quick Look –Latsch

By Nate Latsch

ST. LOUIS — It has been so long since the Rams last defeated the Chiefs in the regular season that the team was still based in Los Angeles then, back in 1994.
The Rams (2-4) will try to snap a five-game losing skid against the Chiefs (4-2) when they travel to Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.

Both teams are coming off impressive victories. The Rams defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-26 at home on Sunday, while the Chiefs used a field goal from Cairo Santos with 21 seconds left to beat the San Diego Chargers 23-20 on the road.

Here’s a quick look at how the teams match up:

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Rams vs. Chiefs Preview –Wagoner/Teicher

By Adam Teicher and Nick Wagoner

The 3-3 Kansas City Chiefs and 2-4 St. Louis Rams, both coming off big divisional victories, meet for the Governor’s Cup this Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs won in San Diego for the first time in seven years last week when they beat the Chargers 23-20. The Rams, after losing 16 of their past 18 games to Seattle, beat the Seahawks 28-26 in St. Louis.

Here, ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher and Rams reporter Nick Wagoner discuss Sunday’s game.

Teicher: Nick, big win for the Rams last week, but they obviously put a lot into that game, and I wonder how much they’ll have in the tank for this week’s game, at least from an emotional standpoint. How do you think the Rams will respond against the Chiefs?

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Morning Ram-blings: The L.A. Survey –Wagoner

By Nick Wagoner

EARTH CITY, Mo. — The stops and starts for the NFL returning to Los Angeles have been too numerous to count over the past two decades, but it seems that the league is finally starting to work toward an actual end game.

Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times reported earlier this week that the NFL is actually taking tangible steps to gauge the city’s interest in bringing a team back to Los Angeles.

In this case, the step is coming in the form of a survey to Los Angeles area residents asking them to quantify their interest in attending NFL games again and more.

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