TEAM

Los Angeles Rams

13-3 (38% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 281.7 5th
Rushing Yards 139.4 3rd
Points For 32.9 2nd
Points Against 24.0 20th
2018 NFC West Standings
TEAM W L T PCT PF PA
Los Angeles 13 3 0 .813 527 384
Seattle 10 6 0 .625 428 347
San Francisco 4 12 0 .250 342 435
Arizona 3 13 0 .188 225 425

Injuries

  • K
    Phil Dawson (Hip) IR
  • G
    Mike Iupati (Knee) IR
  • LB
    Josh Bynes (Thumb) IR
  • G
    Justin Pugh (Knee) IR
  • LB
    Thurston Armbrister (Hamstring) IR
  • DT
    Rodney Gunter (Foot) is questionable Sunday vs LA Rams
  • DE
    Markus Golden (Ankle) is questionable Sunday vs LA Rams
  • DT
    Olsen Pierre (Knee) IR
  • LB
    Jeremy Cash (Knee) IR
  • RB
    D.J. Foster (Knee) IR
  • T
    D.J. Humphries (Knee) IR
  • DT
    Robert Nkemdiche (Knee) is out for season
  • G
    John Wetzel (Neck) IR
  • S
    Budda Baker (Knee) is questionable Sunday vs LA Rams
  • WR
    Chad Williams (Hamstring) is questionable Sunday vs LA Rams
  • WR
    Christian Kirk (Foot) IR

Los Angeles Rams News

  • 8 hours ago

    ESPN.com: NFL world reacts to blown interference call during Rams-Saints game

    NFL

    Referee Bill Vinovich's crew missed an obvious pass interference call on Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman in the final minutes of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the New Orleans Saints.

    The no-call came with 1:45 remaining on a third-and-10 play from the Rams' 13-yard line, with the score tied at 20. Robey-Coleman appeared to run into Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis and make helmet-to-helmet contact before the ball arrived -- sending the raucous Mercedes-Benz Superdome crowd into a chorus of boos when no flag was thrown.

    Had interference been called, the Saints would have had a new set of downs and a chance to run the clock down before attempting a short field goal with less than 20 seconds remaining.

  • 10 hours ago

    ESPN.com: Sean Payton: Saints will 'never get over' blown pass interference call

    NFL

    NEW ORLEANS -- Sean Payton said the NFL's head of officials told him the officials "blew the call" by not penalizing the Los Angeles Rams for pass interference late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

    And Payton said he and the New Orleans Saints will "probably never get over it" after the Rams went on to win 26-23 in overtime.

    "For a call like that not to be made, man, it's just hard to swallow. And then to get a phone call..." Payton said, trailing off. He added: "We spoke initially, then I called to follow up.