The Los Angeles Rams enter Week 4 with an undefeated record, and a shot at being the hands down favorite for the Super Bowl.
With Week 4 kicking off for the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday Night Football, the one thing has become abundantly clear is that LA is not your garden variety above average football team.
The Rams are good. Like maybe once in a generation type good, bordering on even being great. A win against the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night would solidify such a label.
The Vikings, who are 1-1-1, will look to rebound after a terrible loss to a Buffalo Bills team who has been just short of a dumpster fire this season. A win for Minnesota would quickly right the ship and give new quarterback Kirk Cousins some needed swag after signing a monster deal this past offseason.
For the Rams, a win sends them into an October where they will be on the road until a Week 8 date against the Green Bay Packers on October 28. It will also show the league that a significant power shift may also be happening.
No longer is it the typical who garner the attention in the NFC. It’s not the overhyped and overrated Dallas Cowboys or the tepid NFC East NFL analysts swoon over. It’s no longer the Seattle Seahawks or Aaron Rodgers and the Packers who everyone talks about.
Now, it’s the Rams and head coach Sean McVay that everyone looks to be chasing.
So who wins this weekend? Well it’s not complicated, especially if you’ve watched the past three weeks.