5 reasons why LA Rams get the win today

Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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LA Rams Game day
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After their first loss of the season, the LA Rams are eager to get back to winning. Here are 5 reasons why they do exactly that

The LA Rams were in a three-way tie for the lead of the NFC West at this time a week ago. But after dropping a hard-fought game to the Buffalo Bills on the road, the Rams are now in a three-way tie for second place. If the Rams lose to the visiting NY Giants, the teams will find itself in the NFC West basement.

The Rams should be better than that. So far, the team remains relatively healthy, relatively hungry, relatively honest. The Rams’ ability to stay humble in games that they should win handily comes into play when the Rams take on their third NFC East opponent.  While this is truly a game that the LA Rams should win on paper, overconfidence can lead to laziness, mental lapses, and bad performance.

Home field advantage

With the Rams playing for only the second time at home in SoFi Stadium, anything less than a solid win is unlikely. The Rams may be younger than many teams, but seasoned veterans like Andrew Whitworth and Aaron Donald simply won’t the team relax at home in this very important game.  And so. the Rams enter this week’s game looking for the win that so many believe they should get.

But believing that the Rams can win this game is not doing it. So how do the Rams get it done in week four? Well, the Rams are nowhere near their full potential. So logic suggests that we’ll see a bit more Rams development this week. That could mean disaster for the Giants, who are 0-3 and just got shellacked at home against the visiting San Francisco 49ers. But the Rams defense should make strides in this one. How? Let’s visit these 5 reasons that the Rams win today.