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How to bet Los Angeles-Arizona

Where does the betting value lie in the Los Angeles-Arizona Week 4 matchup? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and over/under advice.


Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams on his secondary and the challenge it'll face this week ...

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Todd Gurley on appearing on 'Hard Knocks'

Rams RB Todd Gurley dishes on his team's Week 1 loss, recovering from his ACL tear, how life in L.A. differs from St. Louis, the squad's appearance on "Hard Knocks" and the show's portrayal of Jared Goff.

ESPN Stats & Info

Cards a huge favorite over Rams

The Cardinals will look to get back into the win column as the Rams come to town. ESPN's FPI has Arizona as the biggest favorite of the week.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tavon Austin (shoulder) and Kenny Britt (thigh) are officially listed as questionable, though I'd be surprised if either sits. Will Hayes (ankle) is doubtful. Pharoh Cooper, EJ Gaines and Nelson Spruce have no designation because the "probable" classification no longer applies. They'll play. Dominque Easley (illness) also questionable, but he was a full participant today.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams DE Will Hayes did not practice with the team this week. Jeff Fisher called him a game-time decision. Sounds like everyone else (Nelson Spruce and Pharoh Cooper included) is good to go.

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Who will win: Cardinals vs. Rams?

The Cardinals are 11-3 in games after losses since Arians took over in 2013. The Cardinals also have one of the best pass defenses in the league against the Rams' anemic pass offense led by Case Keenum. Our NFL Nation reporters make their picks. Week 4 predictions (Insider)


D'Marco Farr on Rams upcoming game

Rams sideline reporter D'Marco Farr joins Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about the upcoming Rams game in Arizona against the Cardinals.


Rewind: Latest hits on ESPNLA 710

Rams coach Jeff Fisher joins Mason & Ireland, Mike Trudell checks in from Lakers training camp, USC head football coach Clay Helton gets grilled by Mason & Ireland and Marcellus Wiley joins the Morning show with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ.


Rams take on the Cardinals in Week 4

JB Long, Maurice Jones Drew, and D'Marco Farr get you ready for the Rams divisional showdown with the Arizona Cardinals this weekend as the Rams have a chance to take control of the NFC West. Also, the guys catch up with Ron Wolfley to preview the match up.

Cardinals in need of a win in Week 4 (0:33)
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Another upset in the Cards for the Rams?

The Rams won in Arizona last year, but two personnel men polled by Mike Sando don't expect a repeat. However, one other sees Jared Goff coming off the bench and leading L.A. to a win. Evaluators' predictions (Insider)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams DT Aaron Donald, on JJ Watt potentially missing the year after re-injuring his back: "It's tough for him. You never want to hear about a guy being injured, missing a season. Definitely not a guy who plays at such a high level as that guy. Health is the most important thing. It's better to be out there a hundred percent than to be putting bad film out there. ... He's a playmaker. Any time a guy is flying around, making plays like that, he's going to be a fun player to watch. Definitely somebody you respect and you tune in to watch."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tavon Austin was limited in practice today with what the team called a shoulder injury. E.J. Gaines, Pharoh Cooper and Nelson Spruce fully participated. Dominique Easley (illness), Will Hayes (ankle) and Lamarcus Joyner (toe) were held out.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams waived DB Isaiah Johnson in order to make room on the roster for DB Marqui Christian, whom they claimed off waivers from the Cardinals today. Christian is from Midwestern State, was drafted in the fifth round this year.

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FPI: Rams-Cardinals could be a blowout

At the moment, no team is a bigger favorite in Week 4 than Arizona, per ESPN's Football Power Index. But the Rams won in Arizona last season, making for a more intriguing matchup. FPI game rater

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Outsiders: Rams are in a decent position

Football Outsiders doesn't have much faith in Los Angeles -- especially its 32nd-ranked passing game -- but the Rams' 2-1 start puts them ahead of several others in the NFC. Playoff odds (Insider)

Team Stats

Passing Yards174.031st
Rushing Yards88.722nd
Points For15.329th
Points Against21.0Tied-13th

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