Top Rams News

  • Rams' Jamil Demby: Returns to Los Angeles

    Demby signed a contract with the Rams on Wednesday.

    Demby was drafted in the sixth round by the Rams in April's draft, but was waived in mid-September, claimed by the Lions and subsequently ended up on their practice squad. The 22-year-old is still looking to make his NFL debut and should serve in a depth role for the Rams.

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  • Rams' Trevon Young: Signs with Rams

    Young was added to the 53-man roster by the Rams on Tuesday, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports.

    Young achieved promotion from the practice squad after the Rams placed running back Malcolm Brown (collarbone) on injured reserve. The Louisville product has played two games for the Rams this season and recovered a fumble. Young will likely provide depth at linebacker and on special teams.

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  • Rams' Malcolm Brown: Moved to IR

    The Rams placed Brown (collarbone) on injured reserve Tuesday, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports.

    Coach Sean McVay indicated last week that Brown would be sidelined for the rest of the season after requiring surgery to address a clavicle injury, but the Rams waited until after Sunday's loss to the Bears to make the transaction official. Brown's recovery from the procedure is expected to carry an 8-to-10-week timeline, so he should be at full health or close to it when OTAs commence in the spring.

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  • Rams' Dominique Hatfield: Out for season

    Hatfield (ankle) was placed on injured reserve by the Rams on Tuesday, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports.

    Hatfield suffered the injury on special teams and was carted off the field in Sunday's loss to the Bears. As evidenced by this news, the injury was severe enough to end his 2018 campaign.

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  • Rams' Rodger Saffold: Should be good to go this week

    Saffold (ankle) is reportedly "fine," Rich Hammond of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

    The report was rather vague by nature, but it seems as though the big man will be ready for practice this week. Saffold has started every game for the Rams this season.

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  • Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Provides only offense

    Zuerlein connected on two of three field-goal attempts during Sunday's 15-6 loss to Chicago.

    The Rams never found their offensive footing against the Bears, and Zuerlein had his worst fantasy showing since returning from a groin injury in Week 7. A Week 15 date with the Eagles is up next, so look for the veteran kicker to rebound with Philadelphia showing signs of weakness against playoff-caliber teams of late.

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  • Rams' Tyler Higbee: Sees little work in passing game

    Higbee caught his only target for nine yards during Sunday's 15-6 loss to Chicago.

    Now two outings removed from a respectable three-game stretch consisting of 11 receptions for 128 yards and a score, there's little to be excited about with Higbee's fantasy outlook moving forward. His 27 offensive snaps were also fewer than fellow tight end Gerald Everett's 36, and Everett is the superior receiving threat.

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  • Rams' Gerald Everett: Garners seven looks against Bears

    Everett caught four of seven targets for 29 yards during Sunday's 15-6 loss to Chicago. He also played 36 of 63 offensive snaps.

    This was the first time all season that Everett played more than fellow tight end Tyler Higbee, as the former was on the field for just 27 offensive snaps. The playing time has been trending this way for a few weeks, and with Los Angeles struggling offensively and playing from behind Sunday, it's not surprising that Everett was on the field more -- he's the more dangerous receiving threat. The second-year player out of Southern Alabama still has a long way to go to be a reliable fantasy asset, though.

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  • Rams' Justin Davis: Breaks off career-long run

    Davis rushed once for 19 yards during Sunday's 15-6 loss to Chicago. It was his first carry of the season, and he had just a single run as a rookie last year.

    With Malcolm Brown (shoulder) out, it was Davis who spelled No. 1 back Todd Gurley on the final play of the game. Gurley played each of the previous 62 offensive snaps, so even though Davis was the first man up behind the bell-cow runner, it's probably not a great virtual setup. Davis likely shouldn't be viewed as a reliable option in the majority of fantasy settings.

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  • Rams' Josh Reynolds: Inefficient with seven targets

    Reynolds reeled in three of his seven targets for 36 yards Sunday in the Rams' 15-6 loss to the Bears.

    Reynolds' meager yardage total actually ranked second among all Rams players, illustrating the difficulty quarterback Jared Goff had with moving the chains against the stout Chicago defense. The second-year receiver has seen his role expand since Cooper Kupp (knee) suffered a season-ending ACL tear in Week 10, but Reynolds has yet to establish himself as a viable option in fantasy lineups outside of deeper formats. In the Rams' three games sans Kupp, Reynolds has nabbed only 11 of 20 targets for 135 yards and a touchdown.

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  • Rams' Brandin Cooks: Quiet in ugly loss

    Cooks had three catches (seven targets) for 22 yards in Sunday's 15-6 loss to the Bears.

    Cooks had been red-hot of late, posting 100-yard efforts in three of his last four games, but the wheels really came off in this one. Jared Goff was unable to get comfortable in the pocket against the Bears' vaunted pass rush, which prevented Cooks from developing his routes downfield. The streaky receiver has been more boom than bust this year in Los Angeles, and he has a good chance to take off next Sunday against an Eagles defense that was consistently burned by Amari Cooper on go routes this week.

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  • Rams' Robert Woods: Dominates targets in losing effort

    Woods brought in seven of his 13 targets for 61 yards in Sunday's 15-6 loss to the Bears.

    Woods was the only Rams offensive player to post a usable fantasy stat line in what was an otherwise forgettable game. The veteran dominated the target share with 13, while no other Rams receiver saw more than seven. Woods has directly benefited from the loss of Cooper Kupp (knee), averaging 10.6 targets in the three games since his teammate was shut down. Brandin Cooks offers the highest upside, but Woods provides a higher floor and better PPR value heading into Week 15's tasty matchup against the Eagles' sorry secondary.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 132.7
Def. 124.2

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