3. Will the offense find the end zone?
Isn’t it crazy to think about how dating back to the Super Bowl in February, the Rams have gone two games without scoring a single touchdown?
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Obviously, chances are that Los Angeles most likely would have scored a touchdown against Oakland if the starters actually received playing time.
But since this wasn’t the case, the Rams will be facing a little extra pressure to avoid their streak of games without a touchdown extending to three contests when they face the Cowboys.
This may not seem like that big of a deal since it’s only preseason, but also for the sake of wanting to make sure Sean McVay can rely on certain backups if needed, it was somewhat concerning to see the offense go the entire game against the Raiders without a single trip to the end zone.
Even if the Rams only manage to earn one or two trips when facing the Cowboys, at least this will provide a little extra confidence surrounding the unit.
Otherwise, Los Angeles is going to be heading into the final two weeks of preseason action wondering if certain players can be depended on once the regular season arrives since this is when it’s going to matter the most.