Tomorrow night the Rams will play their third of four preseason games. Game three is normally the dress rehearsal for the regular season, therefore you wont want to miss this one as the starters could be on the field into the second half trying to work out the final bugs before the regular season.
The Rams will have quite the task as they will have to play future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, a team many have predicted to go to the Super Bowl, myself included. The Rams will have their hands full, but Fisher will have his team ready for the task at hand.
Luckily for the fans this game will be nationally televised on CBS it couldnt be more perfect as you will get the chance to see the Rams starters for a significant amount of time and wont have to suffer through watching players who may not ever see the field this season. If you havent gotten the chance to watch the Rams this preseason, tomorrow night at 7:00pm CT is your chance, even if it is only preseason.
The Rams had a lot to work on throughout the week as the last two game have been a bit sloppy to say the least. This game will tell whether or not they have improved in those areas. This could also be the last opportunity for some of the players to prove themselves in a live game situation as teams must make roster cuts from 90-75 on Tuesday. A lot will be going on in Denver and trust me, you wont want to miss any of the action.
On the injury side for the Rams, I would call Lance Kendricks very questionable. He probably wont end up playing, but he is getting close to making a return. Rodger Saffold very likely could play and says that he hopes to play on Saturday. Saffold got hurt on the second play of the first preseason game. Jermelle Cudjo is also getting closer to returning. The Rams starters could be playing a little longer than they have the last two games, which could mean injuries could take place. Hopefully they wont and the Rams will be able to avoid the injury bug like they have throughout the preseason and exit the game fairly healthy.
The weather should be nice for the Rams at Sports Authority field at Mile High in Denver setting up for a great night of football. The Rams have some things that they need to work on in preparation for week one against the Arizona Cardinals, and hopefully they will be able to accomplish those goals better than they did last week. With all that said, Go Rams!
Topics: St. Louis Rams