3. Kupp fails to record single catch
Words can’t even describe how much the Rams missed Cooper Kupp in the second half of last season after suffering a torn ACL in November, but at least the Eastern Washington product has looked healthier than ever in 2019.
Assuming all goes well, Kupp will set new career highs across the board for Los Angeles, and it seems like only a matter of time before the wideout earns a hefty new deal to make sure he sticks around for the long run on offense.
With that being said, one of the biggest surprises from Week 10 was how Kupp went the entire game without recording a single catch against the Steelers, which obviously played a key role in the loss.
Normally, Kupp is one of the most reliable targets for Jared Goff to work with in the passing game, and even though he was at a disadvantage with Brandin Cooks out, he still should have been able to finish with at least one or two catches at the minimum.
For a player coming off a career day in London after catching seven passes for 220 yards to go along with a touchdown, Kupp failing to record a single reception in Week 10 was completely unexpected.
If the Rams are going to have any shot at taking down the Chicago Bears on Sunday, the offense can’t afford to see another outing like this from Kupp.