Rams News of the Day: Nov. 10th

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**Today's Rams Topics**



Rams’ Aaron Donald feeling ‘fresher’ at season’s midpoint after sitting out training camp

As the Rams prepare for the start of the second half of the season, one player is feeling particularly fit. “I feel good,” star defensive lineman Aaron Donald said Friday. “Healthy, fresh.”
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Boomer Esiason and Phil Simms previews Texans vs Rams –Video

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Will Sean McVay win Coach of the Year? –Video

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Los Angeles Rams vs Houston Texans: Matchups to Watch

If the Rams win these matchups, they’ll dominate the Texans
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Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein scoring at a historic pace, but stays in the moment –OC Register

Through eight weeks, Zuerlein is on pace for 198 points — a total that would smash the NFL kicker scoring record set by Akers (167).
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Sammy Watkins making a mark for Rams with blocking ability as well as pass-catching skills –LA Times

Rams receiver Sammy Watkins also continues to make an impact on the Rams’ high-scoring offense with an overlooked part of his skill set: Blocking.
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Rams vs. Houston Texans Bold Predictions: Rams Win In Overtime

As the Rams hype hits a fever pitch, the Texans will get in a couple sucker-punches, giving the crowd riled up in the Rams’ most dramatic victory of the year
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For Rams’ Mark Barron, this winning thing is nothing new

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Practice Report: Dunbar Likely to be Activated, Rams Return to Coliseum

The Rams held their last practice of the week on Friday morning at Cal Lutheran in preparation for the Texans. Los Angeles will hold a final walk-thru session on Saturday before heading to the Coliseum for its Week 10 matchup.


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