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2018 Schedule
9-1, 1st in NFC West

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Todd Gurley, on the over/under for the Rams-Chiefs game, which opened at 64 points, per the Westgate Las Vegas: "I don't even know what you're talking about, I don't even gamble, so I don't even know what that means."

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Rams CB Marcus Peters said Monday's game against the Chiefs was "Just another football game." Of course, it's a little bit more than that. The Chiefs selected Peters with the 18th overall pick in 2015 and in 3 seasons with the Chiefs, he led the NFL with 19 interceptions. However the Chiefs opted to trade Peters to the Rams over the offseason. When asked for his reaction to how his time in KC ended, with a trade, Peters said Thursday, "Yeah, so I can't do nothing about it. I didn't ask for it. I appreciate everything the Kansas City Chiefs did for me and my family for giving me the opportunity to play in this league. Now I'm just loving and enjoying being a LA Ram." Sean McVay said he he would discuss with Peters the feelings that naturally arise when facing a former team.

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Rams WR Cooper Kupp underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL. Sean McVay said that the surgery went well, and that Kupp seemed to be in good spirits during a phone call.

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The Rams will not be able to clinch the NFC West this week after the Seahawks defeated the Packers on Thursday night. A Seahawks loss, coupled with a Rams win over the Chiefs on Monday night, would have given the Rams the division title and would have made them the first team since 2002, when the NFL went to 32 teams, to clinch the division before Week 12, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Bruschi, Woodson both like Rams in MNF showdown (1:03)

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Here's a look at the Rams' Thursday injury report. Cooper Kupp is out for the season after he tore his ACL last Sunday against the Seahawks.

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Sean McVay was not too proud to admit Thursday that he's a big fan of the Chiefs' offense, calling it one of the best in the NFL. McVay watches tape of Andy Reid's system "Week-in and week-out" and every single week finds himself saying, "Ohh, that's pretty good." Borrowing plays is a common practice in the NFL, and McVay said some of the Chiefs' plays can certainly be found in the Rams' playbook. "I'd be lying if I said I hadn't stolen some of their stuff."

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CBS local in L.A. held an on-air fundraiser that raised more than $1 million for the fire victims in the greater LA area. Rams players Jared Goff, Aaron Donald, Brandin Cooks, Mark Barron, Johnny Hekker and Andrew Whitworth participated remotely from Colorado Springs, as did COO Kevin Demoff and GM Les Snead.

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Historic MNF Contest Preview

Doug Kezirian previews a high-profile and historic MNF game with John Murray of the SuperBook in Las Vegas. They also anticipate line movements on a few games. Plus, Mike Clay breaks down 8 prop bets (1:07:53).

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Mina and Dan Orlovsky weigh in on Week 11

Mina Kimes welcomes ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky to the show to break down three Week 11 matchups. Also, Mina brags on her Titans prediction and answers fans questions!

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NFL flexes Bolts-Steelers, Rams-Bears games

The NFL has given a new look to the Sunday night schedule for the next few weeks, moving the Chargers-Steelers (Dec. 2) and Rams-Bears (Dec. 9) games to prime time.

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The Rams game against the Chicago Bears has been flexed into the Sunday Night Football time slot. The game will kickoff at 8:20 pm local time in Chicago on Dec. 9. Bundle up.

Can Cooks, Woods climb Week 11 ranks? (2:31)
Kellerman: NFL 'deserves credit' for relocating Chiefs-Rams (1:07)
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The California Cool of Jared Goff By Tim Keown

In the midst of a wild three-year career arc that has taken him from rookie bust to MVP candidate, the Rams quarterback has learned to enjoy the ride. How far can his surge lift LA? By Tim Keown

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams will honor their community events in Mexico City, which includes hospital visits, a 10K and the building of a playground. Rams COO Kevin Demoff, on not playing in Mexico: "I think ‘bittersweet' is a great word. We were really excited as an organization to play in Mexico. We requested to play in Mexico for our abroad game this year; we spent a lot of time working with the community and business leaders to host a great week, and get our fans excited and really build that fan base. ... On the other hand, for Southern California, what an unbelievable turn of events to be able to get potentially the game of the year here, on Monday night, in the Coliseum."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams officials are all over the place (Colorado Springs, Thousand Oaks, Playa Vista, working remotely), and their Agoura Hills ticket office is in an evacuation zone. They're scrambling to host a game in six days. But there aren't many other events going on in LA this weekend, which will help them secure concessions and security.

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The NFL first raised concerns about the playing surface at Estadio Azteca in October, in the wake of a Shakira concert and a handful of soccer games. Rams COO Kevin Demoff saw the field alongside team and NFL officials then and said it seemed "very safe." But it only worsened thereafter, largely because of heavy rainfall. Field testers from all sides raised legitimate concerns on Monday and ultimately determined against playing in Mexico City. The Rams needed at least five days to get the Coliseum ready for Monday Night Football. Said Demoff: "Everybody just kind of needed the dropdead date. I think the NFL took all the information in, they processed it, and they made the right decision."

Team Stats

Passing Yards303.2
Rushing Yards144.8
Points For33.5
Points Against23.1