Week 10 in the NFC West has the two best teams in the division featured in a rematch from Week 5, as the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks meet in the Coliseum.
Yes, the Rams need “to win.”
Don’t fool yourself into believing that all is good with LA. In a league that is literally Week-to week, the Rams need to right the ship that is the soft and porous defense and get back to posting wins.
At 8-1, the Rams get a middle of the road division rival in Seattle who can’t move much up or down beyond the .500 mark. The Seahawks aren’t and won’t be a pushover if their last meeting in Week 5 is any indication. Los Angeles won that game on the road 33-31 and it was every bit as close as the final score would indicate.
The Seahawks are a curious 4-4, as you never really know what you are or aren’t going to get. Quarterback Russell Wilson is still capable of generating wins by sheer will alone and given the state of the Rams defense, especially their pass defense, Wilson and Seattle are more than capable of rising up and knocking off the best team in the NFC West.
What can fans expect in Week 10? Halfway through the season, everyone knows what each team is and isn’t. Except in Seattle, where 4-4 is an absolute grab bag.