Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks



KEYS TO VICTORY: 1. Slow Down Pace 2. Shut Down Receivers 3. Provide Clean Pocket


KEYS TO VICTORY: 1. Win 1v1s 2. Pressure Goff 3. Shut Down Running Backs
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The Los Angeles Rams are taking on the Seattle Seahawks. The Los Angeles Rams went 10-6 to earn themselves the 6th seed. the Seattle Seahawks went 12-4 making them the 3rd seed.

Sean McVay offense oftentimes is unpredictable with a balanced run-pass game alongside an amazing defense. The Rams can hurt teams both in the air and on the ground but usually, they like to play very methodically under McVay leading to low-scoring games. Ideally, Cam Akers is the lead back but this is part of Sean McVay being unpredictable with his runningback committee. Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods can do some damage when given the opportunity but with Jared Goff, it can be tough since he's inconsistent.

The Seattle Seahawks are a scary team early in the year with Russell Wilson playing at MYP levels, but now they've traded in that offensive efficiency for some defense with the defense playing much better the last few weeks. Russel Wilson is a bad dude but he's chilled down a bit and is facing an elite defense in the Rams. In the first matchup between these two DK was shut down at the hands of Jalen Ramsey and while that would be ideal if it were to happen again for the Rams, DK is just a different breed so DK should have a modest game as well as Russell Wilson. Tyler Locket is another piece that can take over when DKs having a hard time, with Jalen Ramsey should he lock up Metcalf we will see a ton of targets go the way of Tyler Lockett.

The Seahawks offense has been very difficult to contain with Russell Wilson being uncatchable and some amazing weapons on the perimeter, I don't see the Rams slowing them down enough for their own offense to capitalize. I don't particularly trust Jared Goff and if Carlos Dunlap can get to Goff then this game is over, I'm taking the -3 Seattle.




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