Rams News of the Day: Dec. 4th

Bonsignore: Rams are one win away from taking No. 2 spot in the NFC playoff picture

When the Rams touched down in Phoenix on Saturday it had been 14 years since they’d last won at least nine games or hosted a home playoff game.
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Alec Ogletree ‘expected’ to play Sunday vs. Eagles after injuring elbow –ESPN

The Los Angeles Rams are “expecting” inside linebacker Alec Ogletree to play in Sunday’s highly anticipated matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, coach Sean McVay said Monday.
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Bryce Hager Steps Up at MLB in Sunday’s Win

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Snap Count Review: Week 13 vs. The Cardinals

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The Sean McVay Show: Another Win In The Books –Audio

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Rams QB Jared Goff Talks Rams with Rich Eisen –Video

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Sean McVay on the Win Over Cardinals –Video

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Nearly 80 percent of the Rams roster had never experienced a winning season

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Gurley’s production is an indicator of success for Rams this season –OC Register

They’re 8-1 this season when their lead running back tops 100 yards from scrimmage, so they might be wise to keep feeding him the ball as he tries to become the fourth player in Rams history to reach 2,000 in a single season.
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Fourth quarter: Rams vs. Eagles begins homestretch to unlikely playoff run

Only a late-season collapse will prevent the Rams from making the playoffs for the first time since 2004. The question now seems to be, how high can they climb in the NFC standings?
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Five Takeaways: Rams Sweep Cardinals in 2017

With just four games left in the regular season, here are five takeaways from Los Angeles’ latest victory.
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Five players that won the game for the Los Angeles Rams this Sunday

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Rams at Arizona Cardinals: What we learned on the road in Week 13

The Rams swept the Cardinals and guaranteed a winning record on the same day…which means Bruce Arians can suck it.
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One former coach prepared both Jared Goff and Carson Wentz for the NFL. Here’s what he saw then and what he sees now

Anyone could appreciate a highlight package featuring the greatest throws of the Rams’ Jared Goff and Philadelphia’s Carson Wentz this season. The second-year quarterbacks have 6,189 yards and 49 touchdown passes between them.  But Ted Tollner likes something else. The throws they aren’t making.

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