Los Angeles Rams
- Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- Head Coach
- Sean McVay
- Offensive Coordinator
- AaronKromer/Run Game, Shane Waldron/Pass Game
- Defensive Coordinator
- Wade Phillips
- Special Teams Coach
- John Fassel
- Defensive Scheme
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Josh Reynolds was mostly quiet in Sunday's NFC Championship Game, but was able to still make an impact. Reynolds caught four of his seven targets for 74 yards against the Saints. He's the No. 3 receiver on the team, so you can't expect much more out of Reynolds. It was a fairly solid game for Reynolds, but Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods have earned bigger roles on the team.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods was not able to find much yardage, but was able to help his team to victory against the Saints. Woods caught six of his 10 targets for 33 yards on Sunday. It was not the best game from Woods, but he was able to make an impact despite finishing with less than 40 total yards. He should get more chances to rebound against the Patriots in the Super Bowl.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks played excellent versus the Saints in the NFC Championship game on Sunday. Cooks caught all seven of his targets for 107 yards, but was unable to find the end zone. He put in work against his former team and was a huge reason why the Rams won that game. He'll look to continue his fine work against another one of his former teams in the Super Bowl.