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Los Angeles Rams versus Arizona Cardinals: Stock up , stock down
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The Los Angeles Rams are fresh off a massive win in week two versus the Arizona Cardinals. The Rams simply dominated this Los Angeles Rams Womens T-Shirt game from start to finish. They double-down at home in week three versus the Los Angeles Chargers. But before we get to that, let’s take a look at who’s in the stock up and stock down trends:Stock DownRB John KellyThis doesn’t even have anything to do with John Kelly himself. Malcolm Brown was the only RB outside of Todd Gurley who was active in week one with Justin Davis joining him in week two. After Gurley left the game with cramps sometime in the third quarter, Brown jumped in and the play didn’t falter at all. Brown had a massive pancake block where he destroyed Cardinals ILB Josh Bynes on a blitz pickup. Brown had 12 carries for 46 yards and proved why he’s worthy of being the second RB right now. Although Kelly looked electric in the preseason, it’s hard to see any road to playing time right now.Stock UpWR Brandin CooksCooks was a man amongst boys on Sunday. He registered seven receptions for 159 yards. Cooks is being used short (screens), intermediate (crossers/digs), and deep (posts/verts/corners). The Rams have a well thought-out and concise plan to use their weapon, and it’s worked to perfection so far. Cooks simply looks unstoppable at this point.KR/PR JoJo NatsonNatson only got to return one kick which went for 22 yards. His strong performance stems from the punt return side of it where Natson had six returns totaling 133 yards (22 yards on average) and a long of 60. He looked electric, explosive, and decisive. Look for Natson to continue to impress as a return man.P Johnny HekkerHekker only got to punt the ball twice in this game (41 yards on average, long of 60) though it was the extra curriculars that put him here! K Greg Zuerlein pulled his groin in the pregame warmup and that made Hekker the defacto kicker. Hekker went 1/1 on field goal tries (20 yards), kicked off, and even went 1/1 on extra points!CB Aqib TalibTalib was tremendous in week two (also week one) as he was shutdown in his coverage. Talib was targeted three times and didn’t allow a catch per pro football focus. Not only that, but he was breaking on the ball like a hawk registering two pass breakups. The trade for Aqib Talib is looking absolutely brilliant at this point in time.RG Austin BlytheBlythe was an absolute monster throughout the entire game. His run blocking was pristine as he collected three pancake blocks by my count. Not only that, but he did a great job in pass protection too as I counted only one slip up. He’s not the biggest or strongest guy but Blythe simply does the little things well. He’s a very smart player who’s mobility works in the offense and he’s gelling perfectly with the starting offensive line right now. There’s no way the Rams should pull Blythe from the starting right guard spot.DT Ndamukong SuhSuh was an absolute freak on Sunday. He absolutely destroyed rookie C Mason Cole the entire game Los Angeles Rams Hats , both in the run and pass. Suh did a tremendous job collapsing the pocket when the Cardinals did decide to pass, and he played downright possessed when playing the run. I mean he affected nearly every single run and nearly ruined the Cardinals’ running game on his own.The Los Angeles Rams could have some tough games against the Arizona Cardinals this year In a short series examining the NFC West “rivals,” I have already covered the San Francisco 49ers. Today: the Arizona Cardinals. Oh, and before your eyes glaze over, we play these jerks in Week 2. There’s been some recent eye rolling from NFL fans when the Arizona Cardinals are mentioned as upstart disrupters in the NFC West. They’re brittle, unproven, and probably need a year or two to establish their identity. But then again, in the NFL, nobody knows anything until they play the games. The Cardinals are fine even if/when QB Sam Bradford’s knee explodes.I genuinely root for QB Sam Bradford; I want the guy to play a full season just because I know he works hard and his talent is so great that he deserves the chance to compete. The Cardinals are a nice fit for Bradford, as he has a legit star WR to throw to in Larry Fitzgerald, and two young speedsters in WR Chad Williams and WR Christian Kirk. Drafted in the second round, Christian Kirk has a chance to be a pain in the ass for the Los Angeles Rams’ secondary. The Cardinals also have an explosive left tackle in D.J. Humphries; he’s super athletic when he’s not hurt -- which is kind of the motto with this team. Speaking of getting hurt, Bradford will have some help with his running game with the return of RB David Johnson, who was fantastic before a season-ending injury last season.And if you’ve watched your fair share of UCLA games the past couple of years Los Angeles Rams Womens Hoodie , you know that once he’s given the opportunity, QB Josh Rosen will be up to the task. I believe that Rosen’s biggest challenge will be staying healthy, but if he can accomplish that, he can throw like a guy who has been in the league for 15 years. Rosen is also a guy that can step in even if Sam Bradford goes down in the first quarter of Week 1. With Steve Wilks as their new head coach, the defense will improveBrought over from the Carolina Panthers, the ex-defensive coordinator comes with a new 4-3 defensive scheme. Wilks is a strong leader that will bring some much needed youth and inspiration to the culture. Bruce Arians kind of looks like the type of person who’d steal people’s lunches out of the community refrigerator while Wilks seems like a coach that has the locker room in the palm of his hand — not great news for opposing teams.The Cardinals defense is going to be betterLast year, the Cardinals defense was pretty lopsided — guys like CB Patrick Peterson were lining up alongside the part-time line cook at the local Cracker Barrel. They’ve plugged in CB Jamar Taylor, which is alright. I really like second year safety Budda Baker, who could end up playing a lot better this season. The Arizona Cardinals should probably be encased in bubble-wrap until the season begins because these dudes have proven themselves to be injury-prone. However, they could have also endured some bad luck that is now done with and LA Rams’ fans shouldn’t view this NFC West team as two easy wins this season.With one of the best running backs in the league and potential future star in Josh Rosen, the Cards may not be a favorite to win the division, but they’re still ready to cause some havoc.
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