Daily Dose: The Rams Are 'Scary'

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 Tuesday September 18th about your Los Angeles Rams.

THE RAMS ARE SCARY

Chris Carter of FOX Sports' First Things First said on Monday that the Rams are the scariest team in the league to face in a winner-takes-all game.

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Carter says the L.A.'s ability to score with multiple offensive options is what makes the team difficult to play.

For the entire clip from 'First Things First', click here.

JOHN JOHNSON IS SNEAKY GOOD

In two games, Rams safety John Johnson has 16 tackles and one interception. Johnson's hot start as a supporting member of coordinator Wade Phillips' talented defense has landed him on Gregg Rosenthal's 'Sneaky Good' list in his Week 2 Debrief.

"After the Rams added a number of big names to their defense in the offseason, it's been second-year free safety John Johnson making the most impact through two weeks of the season. (Unless you count Aaron Donald, who is not human.)"

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"John has been outstanding," head coach Sean McVay said on Monday. "He's been really, really good."

For Rosenthal's full Week 2 Debrief, click here.

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