Rams News of the Day: Nov. 19th

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Roberts Woods shoulders burden in Rams’ passing game and then hurts shoulder in fourth quarter –LA Times

Rams receiver Robert Woods left the locker room with a sling on his left arm after suffering a shoulder injury during the fourth quarter of a 24-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Rams notebook: Cornerback duo given difficult assignment in Minnesota

The Rams like Dominique Hatfield and Blake Countess. They’re hard workers and valuable depth players, particularly in practice, but the situation they were put in Sunday was far from ideal.

Rams believe they learned valuable lessons in 24-7 loss to the Vikings

The feeling was unfamiliar for a Rams team that rolled to victory week after week on its way to becoming one of the NFL’s biggest stories.
Sunday’s 24-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in front of 66,809 at noisy U.S. Bank Stadium left players and coaches disappointed but resolute.

Should be relatively good news after Robert Woods hurts shoulder

Robert Woods suffered a shoulder injury while making a catch Sunday and left U.S. Bank Stadium in a sling. Even in the worst-case scenario, it is almost certain he will be back this season.

Jared Goff, Todd Gurley slowed in Rams’ loss to Vikings –ESPN

A Minnesota Vikings defense that ranked within the top five in yards and points allowed stifled the Rams’ offense for the 56 minutes that remained in Sunday’s highly anticipated matchup.

Jared Goff, Rams fall to Vikings; winning streak snapped at four

Reality slipped tackles. It made noise, it limped off the field, it stripped the ball and, in general, made itself a nuisance to a Rams team that wished reality would have stayed outside in the cold.

Rams machine needs some repairs after 24-7 loss at Minnesota

The Los Angeles Rams arrived in Minnesota with the NFL’s highest-scoring offense, a machine averaging 33 points per game and making the team the talk of the league with this sharp turnaround under new coach Sean McVay. Their four-game winning streak was tossed aside by a determined Vikings defense in a 24-7 defeat on Sunday in this matchup of NFC division leaders.

Rams receiver Cooper Kupp has rough outing in loss to Vikings –LA Times

Rookie receiver Cooper Kupp has made numerous highlight-reel plays for the Rams. He also has played a role in some of the season’s most disappointing moments.

Murray, Vikings trample Rams 24-7 in division leader matchup

Case Keenum sure took it to his old team. He gave the Minnesota Vikings another reminder of his ability for good measure, with his status as the starting quarterback still not secure.

Three takeaways from Vikings’ win over Rams


Case Keenum shows former Rams teammates his best side

The Rams patted Case Keenum on the back last November and told him: Thanks for everything, but it’s time to move on. They wanted the best for him, but they didn’t want this.

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