1. Rams receivers look unstoppable
Losing Sammy Watkins in free agency was a crushing blow at first for the Rams on offense since he was part of a dangerous trio that also consisted of Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp. But when seeing how Los Angeles would eventually upgrade their trio by replacing Watkins with Brandin Cooks later on in the offseason, this was one of the best thing to ever happen to Los Angeles on offense.
In just four games, this new trio at wide receiver has already made a strong case for themselves when it comes to being one of the best in the league, and seeing how they each broke the 100-yard receiving mark in Week 4 shows just how deadly these three can be. Whether Cooks is using his speed to blow by defenders or Kupp is taking advantage of his two teammates receiving extra attention, opposing defenses have learned how difficult it’s been to stop the Rams on offense at receiver.
Not to mention, the duo of Jared Goff and Todd Gurley was already a nightmare for defenders to handle, showing just another example of how good this offense truly is in Los Angeles. Facing a banged-up defense in the Seahawks, expect the Rams to take full advantage of their receiving trio come Sunday.