Sean McVay described the play in the meeting room, a version of the old “hook and lateral.” Jared Goff would throw a screen to Cooper Kupp, who would pitch the ball to a sprinting Tavon Austin. Eyes rolled.
When the Rams last saw the Coliseum in early October, the carry-over skepticism from their woeful 4-12 record in 2016 still lingered ominously in Los Angeles.
Lance Dunbar was added to the Los Angeles Rams’ active roster Saturday and is expected to serve as the new backup for star running back Todd Gurley, a need in the wake of Malcolm Brown’s recent knee injury.
During the last month, the Rams have won three games, all away from the Coliseum. They have a 6-2 record, are atop the NFC West and are in the national conversation as a possible Super Bowl contender.
Jamon Brown considers the Los Angeles Rams’ injury situation, balls his right hand into a fist and lightly knocks twice on the slab of wood that helps make up his locker.
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