18 November 2019 04:41
The Los Angeles Rams will be without another wide receiver for Sunday Night's game against the Chicago Bears. The team announced that Robert Woods is inactive. NFL Network's Omar Ruiz reported, per multiple sources, he's dealing with a "personal issue." It'll be Michael Thomas filling in at wideout for the Rams in Woods' spot, Ruiz added. Brandon Cooks was ruled out earlier this week by coach Sean McVay. He's still in the concussion protocol. Cooks was cleared to practice on a limited basis this week.
Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries. We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market. We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism. The Chicago Bears are on the road to face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football. The Rams are 7.5 point favorites, with the total at 42.5. Vegas is expecting a 24-17 Rams win. Both defensive lines should have their way with these offensive lines. The Rams, as we know first-hand, can't seem to block anyone. According to PFF, they've given up 20 more hurries than any other team in the league this year. Not to be outdone by Chicago, who is 25th in adjusted sack rate and 27th in adjusted line yards. This could be a sloppy game. Both of these squads are so hot and cold that it's tough to predict this one. I'd guess a low scoring game that features two of the top defenses in the NFL per DVOA. Turnovers could change that, of course. Both quarterbacks struggle under pressure, and that alone could lead to points. Maybe I'm wrong. Perhaps a Jared Goff versus Mitch Trubisky matchup will be entertaining.