Brendan Abban | January 21st, 2019
The Los Angeles Rams will represent the NFC as they will advance to the Super Bowl following their 26-23 win over the New Orleans Saints. This being a rematch of the top two seeds in the NFC who had already met in Week 9. It was a great game full of momentum swings and amazing plays but was not without its share of controversy.
Brendan Abban | January 20th, 2019
The Los Angeles Rams are one win away from making it to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2001. Due in large part to the two-headed running attack they recently acquired. The Rams backfield was formerly a one-man band in Todd Gurley who shouldered much of the rushing responsibilities. However, a lot of changed when they signed C.J. Anderson going into Week 16.
Brendan Abban | January 14th, 2019
The Los Angeles Rams win over the Dallas Cowboys was their first playoff win since 2004. It gives them their first NFC championship appearance since 2001. Therein lies their biggest challenge of the season in the New Orleans Saints.
Brendan Abban | December 17th, 2018
The Los Angeles Rams have lost two games in a row for the first time in the Sean McVay era. They lost 30-23 to the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in Los Angeles which drops them to 11-3 this season.
Brendan Abban | December 13th, 2018
The Los Angeles Rams lost their second game of the season to the Chicago Bears who left them with much to learn from the loss. Los Angeles made an identity for itself throughout the year that they have lost in both their losses. In both games, the Rams did not put the ball in Todd Gurley’s hands who is the best playmaker on the offense.
Brendan Abban | December 4th, 2018
Torry Holt is one of the best to ever line up at the wide receiver position and is a semi-finalist to be inducted into the 2019 class. Is his case strong enough for him to get in this go around?
Brendan Abban | November 18th, 2018
At this point, there is no question that LeBron James is one of the greatest NBA players of all time, especially when considering the countless achievements throughout his 16-year NBA career. One of his most impressive achievements is passing Wilt Chamberlain on the NBA all-time scoring list.