Los Angeles Rams: 4 predictions for Week 11 against the Chiefs
By Steve Rivera
It would be absolutely logical that these two 9-1 teams with the kind of offensive firepower that they possess, would go to the fourth quarter and the two-minute warning with the game still to be decided. That said, it’s also the kind of game that might feature some late game heroics to secure a win.
The expectation is that both Mahomes and Goff are 350 plus in passing yards for the night, with Mahomes probably going for 400 or better. Gurley has a big night rushing and receiving to help keep LA on pace down the stretch, and even without Cooper Kupp, look for Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks, and maybe even Tyler Higbee to come up big. It’s also a game where Malcolm Brown could see see a lot of touches.
It’s also one where overtime could come into play on Monday night. Neither team has gone into extras in 2018, but that could come to an end in Week 11 as more time may be needed to decide the game.
One additional thing fans will see is just how good both teams are, especially on offense. If you haven’t seen Mahomes over 60 minutes, you aren’t likely to forget him. The Chiefs, like the Rams, can go video game from the opening kickoff.