Los Angeles Rams: 4 bold predictions for Week 6 against the Broncos
The Los Angeles Rams head to the cold and snow of the Rocky Mountains for a Week 6 game against a flailing Denver Broncos.
Week 6 in the National Football League has the Los Angeles Rams traveling to what might be a cold and snowy game against the Denver Broncos. As being reported, the high might not even reach 30 degrees and snow may be in the forecast.
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If history had different timing, maybe Broncos head coach Vance Joseph is the Rams head coach, Sean McVay is elsewhere, and instead of being 5-0, LA is in a much different place.
Timing can be a funny thing.
But here we are. The Rams are looking to remain undefeated and are a clear favorite to get to and maybe win a Super Bowl. As for the Broncos, they are 2-3, have underachieved, and may have a new head coach if fortunes don’t turn around in Denver.
Los Angeles also has a chance to remain unbeaten against the AFC West after beating the Oakland Raiders 33-13 on the road and then cross-town rival Los Angeles Chargers 35-23.
The Rams have been on a scoring tear. Can they keep up 30 or more points for a sixth straight week? Can quarterback Jared Goff keep it going through the air?
The Broncos are a team heading in the wrong direction as QB Case Keenum looks to be floundering. LA is a team looking to keep a perfect season going.
Toss in a little snow, and Week 6 could offer one of the most interesting games so far this season.