The Los Angeles Rams won their season opener 33-13 at the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football in the final game of week one. Our Rams correspondent Tom Green gives his take on the week one match up…
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It is hard to believe that we are but five short weeks away from the end of another NFL season. No fewer than 24 teams are inactive this weekend – four because they won post-season byes and the other 20 because they were too rubbish to make the post-season at all. That leaves just four wildcard games for us to look forward to.
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The fifth name on our list should really need no further introduction…
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With the tenth season of the NFL’s London games now in the bag, Richard O’Hagan takes a look at what 2017 had to offer.
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The Los Angeles Rams won a thrilling 41-39 showdown at Santa Clara against the San Francisco 49ers. Rams blogger Tom Green gives us his perspective on the highest scoring game of the season…
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Some teams aren’t filling their stadiums so there’s been much talk as to why that might be. I’ve seen suggestions that it’s because people would now rather stay home and follow their fantasy team instead. No-one is actually buying that, are they?
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The Los Angeles Rams were narrowly defeated by the Washington Redskins 27-20 at the LA Memorial Coliseum on Sunday. Tom Green gives us his views on the game from a Rams perspective.
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The Los Angeles Rams opened the regular season with a stunning 46-9 week one win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Tom Green gives us his thoughts on the game…
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The Los Angeles Rams struggled in their first season back in California and Head Coach Jeff Fisher lost his job after a 4-12 record. Sean McVay is the new man in town and the organisation appears to be heading in the right direction, but it may take a couple of years, writes Tom Green...
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