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By Steve Finley
Sports Editor 

Rams hope to capture a victory against the Seahawks Sunday

 

December 1, 2022

The Los Angeles Rams are between a rock and a hard place. Every time you look up someone gets injured. Right now, there are currently 11 players on their injured list and that does not include receivers Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson. A perfect negative storm has hit the Rams camp.

The defending Super Bowl Champions are 3-8 as they get ready to take on the 6-5 Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at 1 p.m. at So Fi Stadium in Inglewood. Can they win enough games to get back to .500 or will they continue to slide down deeper into oblivion. We know one thing, a team coached by the fiery Sean McVay will stay competitive and they will continue to fight.

Their starting quarterback, Matthew Stafford is fighting concussion symptoms and may have to sit out the rest of the season. The back ups John Wolford and Bryce Perkins looked good in preseason games but have looked below average during the regular season. The backup receivers are having problems getting open. Add those problem to offensive line and running back problems, it’s a formula for disaster.

The defensive has kept the game in games, but they can only do so much if the offense can not sustain drives. They have a quick turn a round after Sunday because they face the Raiders on Thursday Night Football next Thursday at SoFi Stadium at 5:20 p.m.

 

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