Los Angeles Rams: 4 reasons Week 11 against the Chiefs is big for the NFL
You might get the impression that every week the NFL media wants to sell you on their latest flavor of the week and designate a game as a possible Super Bowl preview. Some are, but a bunch are not. Week 11 between the Los Angeles Rams and the Kansas City Chiefs is one of those games you could see played again in early February.
Both teams have legitimate, light up the scoreboard kind of offenses, talent at the quarterback and running back positions, and head coaches who know how to win games.
Both Sean McVay and Andy Reid have their respective teams firing on all cylinders, and while Mahomes looks to have exploded onto the NFL landscape, Goff has been steady and grown into a solid quarterback in his now third season.
Both quarterbacks were also mentioned as MVP candidates along with running back Todd Gurley, who should be at the top of any list.
Bottom line, Rams and Chiefs have all the characteristics of a big-time Monday Night game as well as having all the ingredients to showcase a potential Super Bowl. Granted, a lot can happen between now and Week 17 but if form holds regardless of who wins in Week 11, both teams will still be leading the discussion for who might end up in Atlanta.