3 takeaways from Rams 14-3 loss to Raiders during Week 1 preseason

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1. Hodge, Webster show potential

Assuming Cooper Kupp returns to full strength, the Rams will be in great position to potentially have a four-headed monster at wide receiver during the 2019 season, which would obviously make Goff’s job much easier to handle under center.

Of course, as previously mentioned with the defensive side of the football, it never hurts to have some reliable depth at certain positions, even if certain players such as KhaDarel Hodge and Nsimba Webster are long shots at the moment.

While Hodge ended up with three catches for 48 yards against the Raiders, Webster made some impressive catches as well, finishing with three catches for 27 yards.

Seeing significant playing time once the regular season starts will be difficult for players like Hodge and Webster as long as members of the four-headed monster are healthy, but anything is possible in the NFL.

Depending on how things play out over the next few weeks, it will be interesting to see if Hodge and Webster can continue making an impact for the remainder of the preseason.

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Because since the four-headed monster is unlikely to see significant action in preseason for obvious reasons, this is the perfect opportunity for Hodge and Webster to continue to show off their skills.