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If you’re a Los Angeles Rams’ fan Brandin Cooks Color Rush Jersey , most of the things you’ll hear or read this week – a week that takes them into the Superdome against the New Orleans Saints – is going to be about how daunting a task defeating the Saints is going to be. They beat the Rams at home earlier this year. The duo of Sean Payton and Drew Brees have combined to be 6-0 at home in the postseason. And the last 10 conference championship games have been won by the home team. So why even play the game, asks Rams’ head coach Sean Mcvay鈥 bit tongue in cheek from that handsome devil; but he shrugs off the idea that the Rams aren’t going out there to play spoiler. And it’s a sentiment, despite how often the Rams were favored during the regular season, that I’ve quickly grown to embrace. Yesterday I was perusing the NFL.com homepage and came across a poll about which of the four remaining teams will win the Super Bowl. So I voted鈥or the Saints. I kid, I kid. The results were鈥ot great for the team from Los Angeles.It doesn’t appear the fans are giving the Rams a chance. Maybe the Vegas odds are better. Over at CBS Sports, they’ve got the current lines from SportsLine. Nope. Still the longest odds of winning the big game. And it doesn’t appear – based upon these numbers – that the Rams even stand much of a chance (~20%) of winning this weekend. Picks are slowly rolling into NFL Pick Watch – a website that compiles the weekly predictions of many NFL media and experts. There are still plenty of vacant predictions at this point, but do you have any guesses as to how the Rams are faring among a group of NFL pundits?Welp. By the looks of it, not many are buying the Rams. And again, that’s ok. I think the fan base should embrace the underdog role. Honestly, it’s a far more comfortable feeling heading into a huge game against a stellar opponent than the clear favorite. It relieves a bit of the pressure, in my opinion. The Rams aren’t at home. The Rams aren’t favored. (Almost) nobody expects them to win. So how about going out there and playing spoiler! So sure, the Rams are playing in a tough environment against a team that bested them earlier this season and currently is the odds-on favorite. No denying it. But Sean McVay, Wade Phillips, and a very healthy Rams’ squad aren’t going to roll over, and they’ll certainly have a better feel for their opponent having played against them earlier this season. So revel in the fact that no one is picking them to succeed. Embrace being the underdog. Sleep well these next few nights. And let’s hope we get another chance to do this all again next week. Here’s to a being part of the 15-20% that can take pride in a win this Sunday. Cheers! Heading down the home stretch of the 2018 NFL season, the Los Angeles Rams find themselves with a 10-1 record and in preparation for a strong finish and a first round bye in the playoffs. They’ll head east to take on the Detroit Lions (4-7) this Sunday in Week 13, who currently sit in last place in the NFC North. The Rams are coming off a Week 12 bye, providing them a much-needed breather late in the year. The Rams got some good news this week, as they’ll return a key starter in their secondary, Aqib Talib. The Lions Brandon Allen Jersey , unfortunately, had to put one of their top wideouts, Marvin Jones Jr., on IR this week (knee). And he’s yet to be ruled out, but it sounds like rookie running back Kerryon Johnson (knee) will miss his second consecutive week. Will a rested Rams team make light work of a dinged up Lions squad in Week 13? The Turf Show Times staff make their predictions…gorams (@AndrewKulick)Rams defense with Aqib begins road to rising above mediocrity.Prediction: Rams win, 42-10RamBuck (@lannyosu)I think that the return of Aqib will be a boon for the secondary, and stabilize the back end (which at times has given up some big plays). The Lions are hurting at WR, and RB Kerryon Johnson is questionable to play. The Rams will roll this Sunday, no doubt about it.Prediction: Rams win, 42-14Charlie Hiller (@charliehiller)Few teams can boast a resume that includes getting torched by the Jets and then beating the Patriots, but hello, Detroit Lions. At this point in the season, I just don’t think the Lions are healthy enough offensively to keep up with the Rams. To quote the great philosopher Pauly D : It’s t-shirt timePrediction: Rams win, 38-13Eddie Perez (@iAmEddieP_)Rams head in over to Mo-Town to take on the Detroit Lions. QB Matt Stafford is Mr. Inconsistency, with accuracy issues plaguing him. Look for the Rams to take advantage of this. And yanno, the offense gon’ do their thang regardless.Prediction: Rams win, 41-28Eric Nagel (@Eric_nagel)The Lions will get a lot of yards. The Rams will get a lot of points.Prediction: Rams win, 37-27Skye Sverdlin (@skyeattolah)Contrary to what Nas said, sleep is not the cousin of death. Neither is rest. Rest is your friend. Rest is the Rams friend too and the bye was refreshing. They feel good and comfortable after a bunch of close games. Prediction: Rams win, 37-19Kristian Ramirez (@KristianRamirez)The Rams are coming off the bye rested and with a recovered Talib. The Lions are coming into this game with losses to both the Seahawks and the 9ers. I think we got this one (famous last words)Prediction: Rams win Ramik Wilson Color Rush Jersey , 38-23Elijah Kim (@Big_EZK)The Rams have to travel all the way to Detroit for an early east coast game. Usually a tough start for west coast teams to do so, the Rams will hopefully plan intelligently as they had a bye week. With the Lions missing so many weapons, the Rams defense should be able to have a good performance while the offense might start slow due to the conditions.Ultimately, the Rams talent is just too much and the Rams completely overwhelm the Lions. Prediction: Rams win, 35-24Joey Aucoin (@LARamsRamsRams)Rams are going to make the Lions like a bunch of sillies. Jared Goff is elite and this game will be a highlight reel for him (plus a big game for his BFF, Higgs).Prediction: Rams win, 42-3Hotdaddywags (@hotdaddywags)Coming off the bye, the Rams should be fresh and looking to find another gear heading into the postseason. Meanwhile, the Detroit offense looks anemic minus Golden Tate, and while their defense looked improved/healthier versus Chicago, it _was_ against Chase Daniel. Rams D gets a boost with the return of Talib, and the offense should pick up right where it left off.Prediction: Rams win, 37-17Michael Frank (@turfshowtimesmike)With the number 1 seed at stake Rams will keep the foot on the peddle. What I am focused on, and want to see, is the Rams pass rush continue from the outside improve. Fowler, Samson, Myers, and even Obo need to improve immensely in this game to create momentum moving forward into the post season. Oh yea, Rams win. Though I do get that feeling from the 99’ season where Rams fell to the Lions when all felt the Rams were invincible. But I will put that away for now.Prediction: Rams win, 42-17Brennan Smith (@BrennanJSmith)The Rams are rested and ready to put a hurting on the Detroit Lions. The Rams should be able to score early and put the pressure on Matt Stafford to throw the Lions out of a deficit. That should allow Aaron Donald to play upfield and get pressure while Marcus Peters could feast on an opportunistic route jump and pick. Offensively https://www.ramsfanstore.com/Todd-Gurley-II-Jersey , I think Todd Gurley will have a big day in the passing game and Robert Woods will find the end zone once, if not twice, on deep passes from Jared Goff.Prediction: Rams win, 35-20Sosa Kremenjas (@QBsMVP)The Rams are going to get back to their dominant ways this week against a Lions team that’s in disarray. After injuries to Marvin Jones and Kerryon Johnson, as well as the trade of Golden Tate, their offense offers no firepower. Kenny Golladay is a stud but the offense simply isn’t producing. The Rams’ offense should have an absolute field day. Whichever WR gets to matchup with Teez Tabor will likely have a massive day. As for the defense, I expect them to produce a handful of big plays and that all starts with #99 upfront who’ll record four sacks on Sunday.Prediction: Rams win, 45-17seattlerams (@seattlerams_nfl)The Lions traded Golden Tate, put Marvin Jones on IR, and their best RB, Kerryon Johnson, has a bum knee. The Rams starters should only play 3 quarters in what I believe should be another bye week for the boys from LAPrediction: Rams win, 38-17Sean Wilkinson (@Papa_Lurch)The Rams get Talib back and will be well rested. Look for the Rams defense to make a statement.Also, free Matt Stafford.Prediction: Rams win, 38-173k (@3k_)Prediction: Rams win, 41-19Brandon Bate (@NoPlanB_)An extra week to prepare. An extra week to rest. An extra week to get a key starter back in the game. And all of this for the team that’s been one of the strongest in the game since the onset of the season. There’s no reason the Rams shouldn’t handle their bidness on Sunday. Prediction: Rams win, 38-17
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