Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart
- 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 Roster
The Los Angeles Rams plan to unleash running back Todd Gurley over the last four weeks of the season, giving him a full workload as the team tries to bolster their chances of making the postseason. Gurley's played two games this year with a snap rate of 90 percent or better, though his yardage and yards per carry in those games weren't great. There's still risk with Gurley, but he should be a solid RB1 if the Rams do give him the majority of their running back touches.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff went 22-for-31 for 293 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday night. It was enough to get the 28-12 victory and stay alive in the playoff chase. The offense was efficient as they also rushed for 162 yards. Goff will have a midrange matchup against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15, and he'll be a low-end QB1 option.
Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald had two tackles (one solo), 1.5 sacks and a pass defense in Week 14 against the Seattle Seahawks. He faces the stout Dallas Cowboys offensive line next week, and he's probably not worth starting.
The Los Angeles Rams Defense tallied five sacks and one interception while allowing 12 points to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 14. The Rams are a so-so defense, and they don't have a great matchup against the Dallas Cowboys next week. You should look for a one-week play and send them to waivers for Week 15.
Los Angeles Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein missed his only field goal attempt in Week 14 and nailed all four extra points. Zuerlein isn't as good of an option as he has been in recent years because of the inconsistency on offense. He'll be a low-end option against the Dallas Cowboys next week.