Watson suggests players it expects to be solid plays and ones you should expect less from each week.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 9/13W 20-17
- 9/20W 37-19
- 9/27L 35-32
- 10/4W 17-9
- 10/11W 30-10
- 10/18L 24-16
- 10/26W 24-10
- 11/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/15h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/23h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/29h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/6h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/10h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
The Rams played in Championship form Monday against the Bears. Will they keep their momentum against Miami? D'Marco Farr MJD and JB Long discuss.
Scott Van Pelt on a costly stat correction in a fantasy football competition.
After the Lakers won a 17th NBA title earlier this month and the Dodgers won the World Series for the first time since 1988 on Tuesday, the Rams are now receiving the message that they're on the hook to hit a trifecta for L.A.
A stat change that took away a Bears sack during Monday's game against the Rams was costly for one daily fantasy player, who missed out on a $1 million top prize over the correction.
Rams GM Les Snead talks about the change at kicker and continuing to rebuild the team through the draft
JB Long & D'Marco Farr are joined by Rams GM Les Snead on a short week while Coach McVay prepares for the Miami Dolphins. Les talks about making a change at kicker and also continuing to rebuild the defense with Jalen Ramsey at its core. Also, Les talks about how the rookie draft class for the Rams is shaping up at the midway point of the season.
Field, Matthew, Daniel and Kyle talk the latest news around the NFL and the key Week 8 player rankings.
Punters usually don't get much praise, but the Rams were more than happy to laud Johnny Hekker after the clinic he put on against the Bears.
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Rams rookie safety Terrell Burgess broke his ankle in Monday night's game against the Bears and will undergo season-ending surgery, Sean McVay said. A third-round pick from Utah, Burgess had a pass deflection and eight tackles in seven games.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Bears' Monday Night Football stinker, tonight's Game 6 of the World Series, if LeBron James actually might not play if the season begins in December, and much more.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss tonight's Game 6 of the World Series, if the Rams are actually as good as their record indicates, the Buccaneers' signing of Antonio Brown, and much more.
Host Laura Rutledge along with Marcus Spears, Dan Orlovsky and Mina Kimes discuss a non competitive MNF game, a ticked off Jerry Jones and we look back at Sunday's game between the Buccaneers and the Raiders. Are the Rams better than given credit or were the Bears overhyped? Do the Cowboys have a leadership void, and has Tom Brady firmly placed himself in the MVP discussion? The crew discusses all of this and much more as Week 7 in the NFL officially comes to a close.
Max says he was wrong about Nick Foles and the Bears being Super Bowl contenders. The Rams are better than we thought Max wants to see Kershaw come out of the pen to win it in Game 7 Should Cam Newton be worried about being benched? Could LeBron sit the first month of the season to rest? Jerry Jones is the problem in Dallas AXE Max
The Los Angeles Rams have released rookie kicker Samuel Sloman after seven games with the team.
Dan, Bomani and Israel question the state of the Cowboys and if the NBA should start around Christmas.
Max explains why the Rams are going in the right direction.
First Take hour 1: Rams beat the Bears on Monday Night Football, Cam know he has to play better and much more!
Stephen A, Max, Jessica Mendoza and Marcus Spears debate if the Rams winning or the Bears losing was the bigger story on Monday Night Football, if Cam Newton will lose his starting job with the Patriots and if the Dodgers can close out the World Series tonight in game 6.
Field, Matthew, Stephania, Daniel and Kyle recap Monday Night Football, update you on the latest injury news and give you the key Week 8 waiver wire adds.
The Rams beat up on the Bears on Monday Night...the guys discuss where LA ranks as far as the best teams in the NFC. Paul Finebaum joins and suggests that Jeremy Pruitt needs to get his eyes checked for saying the gap between Alabama & Tennessee is closing. Plus, we play Real or Not Real with NFL coaches that could win the Super Bowl THIS YEAR.
Dan Graziano joins to talk about if Matt Nagy might be on the hot seat and who might be on the move before the trade deadline. Jeff Saturday tells us there would have been a fight if someone hit Peyton Manning like Andy Dalton got hit on Sunday. Plus, what's wrong with Cam? And Key gives us his Real Rankings.
The Rams dominated the Bears on Monday Night...and the Bears really are who we thought they were: good on defense and a mess on offense. Jeff Dickerson joins to talk about what's going on with the Bears offense and why they can never seem to get things right on that side of the ball in Chicago. Plus, are the Browns really better off without OBJ?
The Rams overpowered the Bears 24-10 on Monday night for their first win against a team with a winning record.