Here are three ways the Los Angeles Rams can improve heading into their Week 6 meeting with the Denver Broncos.
With a 5-0 record, the Los Angeles Rams are in great shape heading into their Week 6 contest agains the Denver Broncos, as all eyes will be on Sean McVay‘s team to see if they have what it takes to keep their hot streak going. When seeing how these two teams compare on paper, there’s every reason to believe the Rams will have little trouble improving to 6-0 on the season, but as every football fan, there are no guarantees when it comes to Sundays in the NFL, especially with a hungry team like the Broncos.
After finally seeming to have a found a quarterback to build the franchise around in Case Keenum, Denver got off to a hot start as well to the 2018 season, although everything has been downhill for the most part since their Week 2 win. Starting off 2-0 was impressive, but the fact that the Broncos have lost each of their last three games is concerning since the team is beginning to show signs of struggles on offense, similar to the previous two seasons.
To top off the frustration for Denver, their offense could be in for another tough contest when facing Los Angeles since Keenum will see all sorts of pressure from players like Ndamukong Suh and Aaron Donald on the defensive line.
However, just because the Rams are considered one of the hottest teams at the moment doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be all smooth sailing come Sunday. In fact, here are three areas Los Angeles can improve on from last weekend to give them a better chance of defeating Denver in Week 6.