3 questions for Rams in Week 4 preseason against Texans

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1. Can the offense finally provide some excitement?

First off, let the record show that if Los Angeles were actually playing their starters in preseason, there would be a whole lot more excitement on offense.

Watching the Rams score a total of 23 points this preseason is the perfect example of how painful it’s been to watch the offense perform at times, but in the long run with players staying healthy, this will clearly be worth it for Los Angeles.

The last thing McVay and company can afford is to have one of their key players suffer some sort of unnecessary injury during a meaningless preseason game that results in a major impact for the 2019 season since expectations are already high after last year.

But since this is the final game of preseason, and there are a handful of players looking to make a case for themselves to earn a roster spot, maybe the Rams’ offense will provide an extra spark on offense when taking on the Texans.

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Then again, this may seem highly unlikely based off the previous three games, but for the sake of the fans watching, here’s to hoping the Rams find a way to come through during this final contest of preseason before Week 1 arrives.