The Daily Dose: NFL's Top Must-See Matchups of the 2018 Season

This offseason, 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, April 17th about your Los Angeles Rams:

NFL's Top 18 Games of the 2018 Season: The Must-See Matchups

The schedule release is coming.

Every year, the NFL typically releases its schedule in April, usually about a week or so before the NFL Draft, which means we are finally entering the release period. But because you can already find out who each team will be facing in 2018, the NFL.com's Elliot Harrison is breaking down some of the most enticing matchups — giving 18 of the must-see games for 2018.

Check out the best photos from the Rams game against the Eagles.

And while there are sure to be some exciting division games to come, Harrison did not include any garden-variety matchups that are seen every season. But spoiler alert: The Rams hold four of the most highly anticipated contests. 

16) Los Angeles Rams at Denver Broncos

"Rams at Broncos features the classic employee-takes-on-his-former-employer subplot, with Case Keenum seeking great vengeance against a team that discarded him. (Aqib Talib also fits this bill, while we're at it.) Meanwhile, Keenum's former understudy in L.A., Jared Goff, has endured few starts on the road against stout defenses and rowdy crowds. He did fare very well in Seattle. We'll see about the Mile High City."

14) Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams

"The obvious storyline for this deal at the Coliseum is the battle for Los Angeles. This time around, it's the well-promoted Rams against the well ... well ... the Chargers. OK, no joke: These Bolts have legit potential, despite their lack of hype (at least compared to the Rams)."

8) Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints

"Why is this game on the list? Because it was badass last year. [Plus,] this matchup is important for Los Angeles, as the organization's breakthrough 2017 season was somewhat blemished by an inability to handle a few premium teams." 

1) Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams

"The finest regular-season game of 2017 is the premier matchup of 2018. The loss partially cost the Rams a chance to get a playoff bye, while Wentz's torn ACL abbreviated the opportunity for football heads to watch the second overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft duke it out with the only man taken ahead of him. Hopefully this year, the Goff-Wentz duel goes the full four quarters. With the Rams' improvements at corner and defensive tackle, look out ... they might be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy this time around. #FlyEaglesfly #RamRamsram?"

For the rest of the 18 Must-See Matchups, read Harrison's full article by clicking here.

Best Undrafted Players in Every NFL Team's History

The 2018 NFL Draft is just around the corner, and while there are always a few incredible stories surrounding first-round draft picks who come to excel in the league, there are also those about players who go undrafted.

For that reason, [ESPN.com's team of NFL Nation reporters](http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/page/32for32x180417/best-undrafted-nfl-players-every-team-history#NFC W) is taking a look at the best unselected players in league history.

Los Angeles Rams

— QB Kurt Warner

"Warner might be the poster child for undrafted NFL players. He went unselected in 1994, tried out for the Packers but was cut before the season began. So he stocked shelves at a grocery store in Cedar Falls, Iowa, then spent three years playing indoor football and another season playing quarterback in Europe. Warner was the Rams' third-string quarterback in 1998 and finally got his chance after Trent Green tore his ACL in a preseason game prior to the 1999 season. He never looked back. Warner went to the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons as a starter for the then-St. Louis Rams, passing for 12,612 yards and 98 touchdowns. He went to two Super Bowls from 1999 to 2001, winning one of them. Now he is in the Hall of Fame."

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