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Daily Dose: McVay Shows Off Stellar Memory

Each weekday, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here’s a look at what’s out there for Thursday September 13th about your Los Angeles Rams.

McVAY’S IMPRESSIVE MEMORY

In August, head coach Sean McVay showed off his brilliant memory on HBO’s “Real Sports” with Bryant Gumbel. The Rams second-year head coach impressed with his football mind once again on Wednesday, in an episode of the Bleacher Report’s Simms & Lefkoe: The Show.

In the interview, McVay amazingly recalls plays in detail from throughout his coaching career.

The full video can be found here.

WEEK 2 PICKS

Expert picks for Week 2 are in, and the consensus pick from Bleacher Report for the Rams-Cardinals matchup on Sunday is L.A. all the way. 

“But the Rams appeared to be catching fire as their opener against the Oakland Raiders progressed, while the Cardinals were embarrassed nearly as badly as the Bills and Lions. 

That's enough for our analysts to agree Los Angeles will run away from the Cards at home.”

Score Prediction: Los Angeles 31, Arizona 13

For all Week 2 predictions, click here.

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OFFENSIVE LINE OF THE WEEK

NFL.com’s Shaun O’Hara has the Rams offensive line at the top of his list after Week 1. O’Hara said on Wednesday that he believes L.A.’s offense could continue its offensive success in 2018 — thanks to the o-line led by veteran Andrew Whitworth. 

“Jared Goff had a solid outing in the first game of his third NFL season, thanks in large part to his stout front. Goff was kept clean all game, as the line didn't give up a sack or hit (and just two pressures). The interior of the offensive line -- left guard Rodger Saffold, center John Sullivan and right guard Austin Blythe -- didn't yield a single pressure. Saffold is on a bit of a heater, as he hasn't given up a sack in 11 straight games.”

O’Hara’s other top offensive lines in Week 1 include: Denver, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, and Washington. 

To view the entire article, click here.

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