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Wednesday, February 1, 2017
04:55 PM - February 1, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
NFL Standings - Updated: Jan 1, 2016
Washington Redskins97
Dallas Cowboys88
New York Giants88
Philadelphia Eagles79
Green Bay Packers133
Detroit Lions79
Minnesota Vikings610
Chicago Bears511
Carolina Panthers160
Atlanta Falcons79
New Orleans Saints79
Tampa Bay Buccaneers610
Arizona Cardinals 97
Seattle Seahawks88
San Francisco 49ers610
St Louis Rams511
New England Patriots133
New York Jets 124
Buffalo Bills88
Miami Dolphins412
Cincinnati Bengals133
Pittsburgh Steelers115
Baltimore Ravens97
Cleveland Browns412
Houston Texans106
Indianapolis Colts79
Tennessee Titans610
Jacksonville Jaguars412
Denver Broncos97
San Diego Chargers 97
Oakland Raiders79
Kansas City Chiefs313
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Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
NFL Regular Season Week 1
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Oakland at New England
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Buffalo at New Orleans
Cincinnati at Green Bay
Arizona at Dallas
Chicago at Carolina
Denver at NY Jets
Cleveland at Jacksonville
Indianapolis at Tennessee
Pittsburgh at Baltimore
Minnesota at LA Rams
Miami at LA Chargers
Kansas City at Washington
Philadelphia at San Francisco
NY Giants at Detroit
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Tampa Bay at Atlanta
Houston at Seattle
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The NFL regular season is upon us as the Oakland Raiders head to Foxboro to take on the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots on Thursday night.

There is not shortage of storylines heading into the season, but here are a few to keep an eye on as we kick off the season.

Last chance for Super Bowl in Denver for Romo?

Denver gave up a bounty of picks and promising young QB Trevor Siemian to acquire the veteran Romo in a trade during the offseason. GM/President John Elway knows the time is now for the Broncos and their window for another championship is closing, but is Romo is the answer? Only time will tell if the star quarterback can remain healthy enough to lead the Broncos in what should be one of the most competitive divisions in the AFC West. Denver kicks off the season with a road game in New York against the Jets.

Dawning of a new era in New England

Future hall of famer Tom Brady called it quits after capturing his 5th Super Bowl title this past offseason. The Patriots legend holds nearly every franchise record. So where do the Patriots go from here? Well it seems that Jimmy Garrapollo will get his shot to take the reigns early in the season, with second year QB Jacoby Brissett not far behind him. Could this be a transition year for the Patriots? One thing is for sure, if HC Bill Belechick can have this team contending without Brady, he is truly the greatest coach of all time. New England faces Oakland on Thursday night to open the season.

Chargers debut season in L.A.

After over 50 years in San Diego, the Chargers are returning to where their franchise was born in Los Angeles. With the Rams making the move last season we now have two franchises in the City of Angels. If anything it will be interesting to see how it all plays out as the Rams and Chargers duel for L.A. supremacy.
Dynasty: BionicBeard52
10:57 AM - February 1, 2017. Written by BionicBeard52
Detroit Lions 2017 Schedule
Sep 10vs New York Giants
Sep 18vs Green Bay
Sep 24at Chicago
Oct 8vs Minnesota
Oct 15vs New Orleans
Oct 22vs Baltimore
Oct 29at Carolina
Nov 5at Cincinnati
Nov 12at Green Bay
Nov 19at Arizona
Nov 23vs Chicago
Dec 3at Tampa Bay
Dec 10at Minnesota
Dec 17at Pittsburgh
Dec 24vs Atlanta
Dec 31vs Cleveland
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Detroit Lions fans are you ready for primetime? The Lions host back-to-back nationally televised games in weeks 1 and 2 with a Sunday night football clash with the New York Giants and a date with rival Green Bay on Monday Night Football. Other marquee games include a road game at Pittsburgh and a Christmas Eve showdown with the defending NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons.
Dynasty: BionicBeard52
07:56 AM - February 1, 2017. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Minnesota Vikings Stats - 2016
Sam Bradford169/2492,1068.5175.541133106.2
Teddy Bridgewater127/2031,3666.791.1439684.7
Shaun Hill0/100.00.000039.5
Adrian Peterson1958864.568--688.62
Jerick McKinnon1526064.014--440.43
Matt Asiata1013393.410--728.32
Teddy Bridgewater231255.455--38.31
Sam Bradford34812.45--06.80
Zach Line5122.45--30.80
Adam Thielen891,00811.3429--63.0340
Cordarrelle Patterson5185016.7443--53.1457
Stefon Diggs5162512.3641--39.1208
Rhett Ellison262037.8222--12.756
Kyle Rudolph191337.0123--16.649
Adrian Peterson1319214.8238--19.297
Jarius Wright131027.8122--6.432
Jerick McKinnon1213211.0226--8.850
Matt Asiata1012112.1021--10.148
Charles Johnson34414.7019--2.830
Mitchell Henry22010.0012--2.04
David Morgan II177.007--0.53
Matt Kalil--19
Andre Smith--15
Brandon Fusco--3
Willie Beavers--1
Joe Berger--1
Alex Boone--1
Mike Harris--1
Eric Kendricks103291321.531110
Anthony Barr7522974.00310
Harrison Smith5224760.03400
Linval Joseph5419737.012200
Danielle Hunter49196810.03300
Everson Griffen47196612.06100
Captain Munnerlyn5511660.51600
Terence Newman4817650.51771
Xavier Rhodes5112630.001030
Chad Greenway4811590.52200
Andrew Sendejo3119502.01210
Sharrif Floyd3217496.53000
Jayron Kearse2813410.00110
Shamar Stephen1611271.02000
Trae Waynes158230.00320
Emmanuel Lamur133160.00200
Antone Exum, Jr.133160.00100
Edmond Robinson114150.00000
Justin Trattou94130.50000
Audie Cole91100.00100
Cordarrelle Patterson2662824.2280------
Jerick McKinnon1126424.0310------
Stefon Diggs922625.1300------
Adam Thielen----------295.90
Field GoalsExtra Points
Kai Forbath162272%54484997%96
Jeff Locke602,8025746.739.6066
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Where would would Romo play in 2017? That was the question that everyone was asking as the veteran QB made it known he wanted to play for a contender. Well the Broncos answered the call and paid a hefty price as they dealt two draft picks and former starting QB Trevor Siemian to bring in Tony Romo.

What does this mean for the Cowboys? This is now undoubtedly Dak Prescott's team after a marvelous rookie season leading Dallas to a division title and a 1st round bye in the playoffs.

For the Broncos it means they might be on a short list of contenders, but the AFC West may be the toughest division with two 12-team win teams from a season ago in Kansas City and Oakland. Can Romo lead Denver to the promise land like another aging veteran did a couple season's ago? Only time will tell, but the Broncos have an elite defense paired with what looks like a potent offense.

Trade Details:

Denver receives:
QB Tony Romo

Dallas receives:
QB Trevor Siemian
2018 1st round pick
2019 4th round pick
Dynasty: BionicBeard52
Sunday, January 29, 2017
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions
Jan 29, 20171ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1)736916
Detroit Lions (1-0)10701431
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense331359
Rushing Yards101102
Passing Yards230257
First Downs1516
Punt Return Yards1254
Kick Return Yards099
Total Yards343512
3rd Down Converstion77
4th Down Conversion10
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/12/1
Posession Time28:5931:01
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
J. Winston7/118410
M. Glennon17/3518401
R. Hansbrough36421.31
C. Sims III9182.00
D. Martin5163.20
M. Glennon133.00
C. Sims III7618.70
M. Wheaton46015.00
P. Prown34916.30
W. Corner(R)3258.30
L. Stocker22211.00
D. Mayberry(R)23216.00
M. Evans199.00
R. Hansbrough122.00
W. Snead IV188.01
P. Thompson8010
A. Verner0010
C. Maggitt11100
G. Johnson1100
L. David60.500
K. Alexander30.500
R. Aguayo1/21/2436
B. Anger629348.80
Detroit Lions
M. Stafford5/56610
J. Rudock25/3221712
Z. Zenner7557.91
D. Washington6162.70
T. Riddick5112.20
D. Sheffield(R)5102.00
J. Rudock166.00
A. Abdullah242.00
B. Herrera(R)6599.80
C. Wick55711.40
T. Jones4225.50
T. Gabriel45012.51
G. Tate III22211.00
M. Henry294.51
D. Sheffield(R)22311.50
Z. Zenner133.00
E. Ebron11111.00
K. White1011
E. Ansah3200
A. Zettel21.500
A. Robinson0100
T. Whitehead2100
D. Taylor10.500
M. Prater1/14/4736
S. Martin315551.71
T. Riddick24924.50
T. Gabriel12828.00
D. Sheffield12222.00
T. Gabriel25226.00
D. Sheffield122.00
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The Lions may have gotten the win in their pre-season matchup with Tampa Bay, but injury to star receiver Golden Tate overshadowed the victory. The veteran receiver suffered a broken collarbone on the first drive of Saturday night's pre-season game at Ford Field. While the the extent of the injury is not known yet, team doctors are saying the injury could take up to 8 weeks to heal.

Matthew Stafford didn't let Tate's injury slow down the starting offense as he led two scoring drives and went 5/5 for 66 yards. Stafford connected with newcomer Taylor Gabriel for a 32-yard scoring strike to finish his day. Gabriel also showed his playmaking ability later in the game with a nice punt return into Bucs territory. It will be interesting to see how Gabriel's role in the offense expands with Tate out of the lineup for the foreseeable future.

Aside from the passing game, Detroit continued to struggle rushing the ball and if not for a 44-yard TD run by Zach Zenner in the third quarter the stats would have looked much worse. The Lions are hoping 1st round draft pick Asher Fiammetta at guard can help open some holes in the running game this season. Neither Ameer Abdullah (4 yards) or Theo Riddick (11 yards) did much in their limited playing time.

The biggest positive from the game may have come on the defensive side of the ball as the Lions pass rush pressured both Jameis Winston and Mike Glennon for 6 sacks total. The Detroit defense also was able to stop the run for the most part, but did give up a long 52-yard TD run to Russell Hansbrough in the second half.

Overall, it was a good performance for the Lions in their first pre-season game as they look ahead to next week's game in D.C. against the Washington Redskins.

Head coach Jim Caldwell talked about his impressions on the game.

"You know I thought we played really well and executed at a high level," Caldwell said. "It's just pre-season, but I think our team was itching to play some real football again."

When asked about Tate's injury, coach Caldwell declined comment and said he would let the team's medical officials take care of that.
Dynasty: BionicBeard52
04:04 AM - January 29, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
NFL Scoreboard: Week One
Thursday's Games
Panthers 24, Broncos 14
Sunday's Games
Vikings 13, Titans 20
Bears 16, Texans 28
Browns 17, Eagles 20
Bills 24, Ravens 21
Chargers 18, Chiefs 21
Raiders 12, Saints 35
Buccaneers 24, Falcons 48
Bengals 26, Jets 23
Packers 21, Jaguars 26
Dolphins 23, Seahawks 26
Giants 28, Cowboys 24
Lions 13, Colts 16
Monday's Games
Patriots 27, Cardinals 24 (OT)
Steelers 21, Redskins 31

Injury Report
PosPlayerInjury Note
WRSD Keenan Allen(Compound Fracture) IR
WRCIN A.J. Green(Fractured Foot) 8 Weeks
TSD King Dunlap(Dislocated Hip) 11 Weeks
TCIN Andrew Whitworth(Partial MCL Tear) 10 Weeks
TNE Marcus Cannon(Fractured Foot) 10 Weeks
DEATL Ra'shede Hageman(Complete MCL Tear) IR
DETEN Jurrell Casey(Torn Bicep) IR
OLBOAK Malcolm Smith(Torn Groin Muscle) IR
OLBBAL Terrell Suggs(Fractured Toe) IR
CBDAL Anthony Brown(Torn Tricep) IR

NFL Standings - Updated: Week One
New York Giants102824
Philadelphia Eagles102017
Washington Redskins103121
Dallas Cowboys012428
Chicago Bears011628
Minnesota Vikings011320
Detroit Lions011316
Green Bay Packers012126
Atlanta Falcons104824
New Orleans Saints103512
Carolina Panthers102414
Tampa Bay Buccaneers012448
San Francisco 49ers102725
Seattle Seahawks102623
Los Angeles Rams012527
Arizona Cardinals012427
Buffalo Bills102421
New England Patriots102724
Miami Dolphins012326
New York Jets012326
Cincinnati Bengals102623
Cleveland Browns011720
Pittsburgh Steelers012131
Baltimore Ravens012124
Indianapolis Colts101613
Houston Texans102816
Jacksonville Jaguars102621
Tennessee Titans102013
Kansas City Chiefs102118
Denver Broncos011424
Oakland Raiders011235
San Diego Chargers011821

NFC Players of the Week
NO WR Brandin Cooks- 8 rec, 84 yards, 4 TD
ATL OLB Sean Weatherspoon- 6 tack, FFUMB

AFC Players of the Week
HOU HB Lamar Miller- 25 att, 255 yards, 3 TD
JAX OLB Myles Jack- tack, FFUMB, TD
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
03:33 AM - January 29, 2017. Written by BionicBeard52
The Lions could have went a variety of different ways with their first pick in the draft and decided to strengthen the interior of their offensive line with the selection of LG Asher Fiammetta out of Wisconsin. The 6'4" 326 pounder excelled as a run blocker for the Badgers and should be able to help Detroit immediately. In the 6th round, the Lions found who they think could be one of the top steals of the draft in DeMarcus Sheffield. The Lehigh HB ran the third fastest time at the combine and at 6'1" 213 pounds has the frame to mix it up in between the tackles.

Here's a recap of the Lions entire draft as well as the top ten picks in this year's draft.

Lions Draft Picks:
1st round: LG Asher Fiammetta, Wisconsin (77 ovr)
2nd round: WR Bobby Herrera, Cincinnati (64 ovr)
3rd round: OLB Lamar McClellan, Georgia Southern (63 ovr)
4th round: MLB Phillip Stephen, Oklahoma State (66 ovr)
5th round: DE Jack Fasano, Wyoming (68 ovr)
6th round: HB DeMarcus Sheffield, Lehigh (70 ovr)
7th round: OLB Chuckie Eldridge, Georgia (63 ovr)

Top ten picks:
1. Cleveland: QB B.J. Dareus, Penn State (80 ovr)
2. San Francisco: OLB Stanley Rutherford, Georgia (79 ovr)
3. Chicago: QB Joseph Cochran, Pittsburgh (78 ovr)
4. Jacksonville: LT Gage Tatum, Wisconsin (76 ovr)
5. Tennessee (from LA Rams): CB Kevin Blackmon, Wisconsin (79 ovr)
6. LA Chargers: LT Jack Meers, Clemson (76 ovr)
7. NY Jets: OLB Langford Favors, Beth Cookman (79 ovr)
8. Cincinnati: CB Malcom Frey, UCLA (78 ovr)
9. Carolina: DE Rowan Randle, Notre Dame (78 ovr)
10. Buffalo: DT Zach Grigsby, Louisville (76 ovr)
Dynasty: BionicBeard52
02:58 AM - January 29, 2017. Written by BionicBeard52
As the Patriots celebrated their 5th Super Bowl title in franchise history, it was time for the Detroit Lions to look ahead to 2017 and prepare for the upcoming off-season. First step is free-agency and the Lions got to work signing some low risk deals to try and build depth. Here's a recap of the off-season so far for Detroit and around the rest of the league.

Lions Retirements:
WR Anquan Boldin

Lions Free-agency signings:
WR Taylor Gabriel 3 years, $15 million
DE William Gholston 3 years, $15.1 million
RT Andre Smith 3 years, $11.8 million
OLB Ashlee Palmer 1 year, $2.45 million

Notable Retirements around rest of NFL:
QB Tom Brady, New England
OLB Demarcus Ware, Denver
WR Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay
DE Cameron Wake, Miami
DE Dwight Freeney, Atlanta
K Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis
HB Matt Forte, NY Jets
OLB Julius Peppers, Green Bay
OLB Rob Ninkovich, New England
WR Steve Smith Sr., Baltimore
OLB James Harrison, Pittsburgh

Notable free-agency signings:
TE Martellus Bennett, Tampa Bay 5 years, $40.2 mil
LB Dont'a Hightower, Kansas City 4 years, $38.3 mil
DE Jabaal Sheard, Miami 4 years, $42.7 mil
DE Calais Campbell, Philadelphia 5 years, $70.3 mil
CB Logan Ryan, Jacksonville 4 years, $32.4 mil
RB Legarrette Blount, Green Bay 3 years, $21.3 mil
RB Latavius Murray, Carolina 5 years, $29 mil
RB Eddie Lacy, Oakland 4 years, $28.3 mil
LB John Simon, LA Rams 5 years, $35.9 mil
RG T.J. Lang, Baltimore 4 years, $30.6 mil
QB Kirk Cousins, Washington 4 years, $86.8 mil
DT Dontari Poe, Washington 4 years, $63.2 mil
FS D.J. Swearinger, Washington 4 years, $52.2 mil
CB Morris Claiborne, Seattle 4 years, $30.2 mil
CB Stephon Gilmore, Tennessee 4 years, $32.4 mil

Notable coaching changes:
Cincinnati fires HC Marvin Lewis, hires HC Jeff Fisher
Cleveland fires HC Hue Jackson, hires HC Chuck Pagano
Indianapolis fires HC Chuck Pagano, hires HC Matt Hedrick
LA Rams fire HC Jeff Fisher, hire HC Demetrius Turner

Stay tuned for a recap of the Detroit Lions 2017 Draft!
Dynasty: BionicBeard52
02:17 AM - January 29, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
Los Angeles Rams (0-0)3371225
San Francisco 49ers (0-0)1473327

Rams Stopped Short in Comeback

--You could say the Los Angeles Rams literally dropped the ball in their attempt to tie the game at the end. Trailing 27-25 with 1:14 left in the game, quarterback Case Keenum found receiver Bradley Marquez in the front of the endzone for the two point conversion. Bradley was hit from behind as soon as the ball hit his chest, causing him to drop the pass and seal the Ram's fate.

It would've been a massive comeback for the Ram's in their opener, capping a tie game where they were down, at one point in the third quarter, 24-6 to the 49ers. Keenum then finally found his groove. With literally no pass blocking afforded to him, Keenum connected with receivers Brian Quick and Tavon Austin on touchdown throws while backup halfback Tre Mason scampered in from five yards out in the meantime. Los Angeles went for two after Mason's touchdown run with 5:52 left and also failed when Keenum was sacked.

San Francisco had a field day against the Ram's porous offensive line, tallying seven total sacks and also causing an interception and a fumble.

49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick had a solid day. After being named the starter right before the game, Kaepernick connected on 62% of his passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns. It was enough to get the 49ers out to a solid lead and they never looked back from there.

Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense358344
Rushing Yards9076
Passing Yards268268
First Downs1713
Punt Return Yards4935
Kick Return Yards1470
Total Yards554379
3rd Down Converstion6-145-13
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-20-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/10/0
Posession Time24:0219:58
Scoring Summary
9:18(SFO) C. Hyde, 30 yd run (XP Good)07
6:12(SFO) T. Smith 52 yd pass from C. Kaepernick (XP Good)014
1:51(LA) G. Zuerlein, 28 yd FG314
8:48(LA) G. Zuerlein, 48 yd FG614
0:44(SFO) C. Hyde 25 yd pass from C. Kaepernick (XP Good)621
5:34(SFO) P. Dawson, 52 yd FG624
2:11(LA) B. Quick 44 yd pass from C. Keenum (XP Good)1324
5:52(LA) T. Mason, 5 yd run (2PT Failed)1924
1:55(SFO) P. Dawson, 47 yd FG1927
1:14(LA) T. Austin 18 yd pass from C. Keenum (2PT Failed)2527
Los Angeles Rams
QB C. Keenum (99.8)18/3130721
HB T. Gurley II19583.0
HB T. Mason3206.61
QB C. Keenum11212.0
WR B. Quick711716,71
WR T. Austin410025.0
WR B. Marquez35016.6
MLB A. Ogletree8
DT A. Donald51.0
S T. McDonald7
K G. Zuerlein2/21/1748
P J. Hekker526152.2
WR T. Austin614724.5
WR T. Austin44912.2
San Francisco 49ers
QB C. Kaepernick (111.5)20/322812
HB C. Hyde19583.01
QB C. Kaepernick320.6
HB S. Draughn11515.0
WR Q. Patton55811.6
WR T. Smith47919.71
WR J. Kerley33712.3
NT P. Taylor101.0
OLB D. Lansanah52.0
CB R. Robinson71.01
K P. Dawson2/23/3952
P B. Pinion523446.8
WR T. Smith100.0
WR J. Kerley33511.6
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Saturday, January 28, 2017
07:53 AM - January 28, 2017. Written by The_Cane
Dynasty: The_Cane
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
03:49 PM - January 24, 2017. Written by The_Cane
Dynasty: The_Cane
Monday, January 23, 2017
05:22 PM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
San Francisco 49ers Depth Chart - 2016
Regular Offense
WR#82 T. Smith#11 Q. Patton#10 B. Ellington
TE#89 V. McDonald#88 G. Celek#49 J. Dray
LT#69 A. Gardner#76 R. Fragel
LG#68 Z. Beadles#66 M. Martin
C#67 D. Kilgore#66 M. Martin
RG#65 J. Garnett*#66 M. Martin#61 A. Tiller
RT#77 T. Brown#76 R. Fragel
WR#17 J. Kerley#81 R. Streater#13 A. Burbridge*
QB#7 C. Kaepernick#2 B. Gabbert#15 C. Ponder
FB#39 T. Bohanon
HB#28 C. Hyde#24 S. Draughn#32 D. Harris#22 M. Davis
Base 3-4 Defense
LDE#91 A. Armstead#92 Q. Dial
NT#97 P. Taylor#90 G. Dorsey#64 M. Purcell
RDE#99 D. Buckner*#92 Q. Dial#63 T. Jerod-Eddie
LOLB#52 D. Lansanah#55 A. Brooks#95 T. Carradine
LILB#53 N. Bowman#57 M. Wilhoite
RILB#51 G. Hodges Jr.
ROLB#59 A. Lynch#55 A. Brooks
CB#26 T. Brock#33 R. Robinson*#27 K. Reaser
SS#41 A. Bethea#29 J. Tartt
FS#35 E. Reid#29 J. Tartt
CB#25 J. Ward#36 D. Johnson#43 C. Davis
Special Teams
K#4 P. Dawson
P#5 B. Pinion
H#2 B. Gabbert
PR#17 J. Kerley#10 B. Ellington
KR#17 J. Kerley#10 B. Ellington
LS#77 T. Brown

Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart - 2016
Regular Offense
WR#18 K. Britt#83 B. Quick#15 B. Marquez
TE#88 L. Kendricks#89 T. Higbee*#84 T. Hemingway*
LT#73 G. Robinson#63 D. Williams
LG#76 R. Saffold III#66 D. Arkin
C#61 T. Barnes#65 D. Rhaney
RG#68 J. Brown#69 C. Wichmann
RT#79 R. Havenstein#77 I. Battle
WR#11 T. Austin#10 P. Cooper*#13 M. Thomas*
QB#17 C. Keenum#16 J. Goff*#14 S. Mannion
FB#46 C. Harkey
HB#30 T. Gurley II#27 T. Mason#23 B. Cunninham Jr#39 M. Brown
Base 4-3 Defense
LDE#95 W. Hayes#93 E. Westbrooks
LDT#99 A. Donald#91 D. Easley
RDT#90 M. Brockers#92 C. Thomas
RDE#94 R. Quinn#97 E. Sims#70 M. Fox*
WLB#59 J. Forrest*#55 N. Grigsby*
MLB#52 A. Ogletree#54 B. Hager
SLB#26 M. Barron#58 C. Littleton*
CB#22 T. Johnson#33 E. Gaines#35 M. Jordan*
SS#25 T. McDonald#41 M. Christian*
FS#31 M. Alexander38 C. Davis
CB#20 L. Joyner#32 T. Hill
Special Teams
K#4 G. Zuerlein
P#6 J. Hekker
H#16 J. Goff*
PR#11 T. Austin#23 B. Cunningham Jr
KR#11 T. Austin#23 B. Cunningham Jr
LS#61 T. Barnes

*-Denotes Rookie
Text-Denotes Injury
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
04:52 PM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Matchup Preview *|* Week One
Los Angeles Rams
(0-0, 0-0 Away)
San Francisco 49ers
(0-0, 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
4,761 (32nd)Total Offensive Yards4,860 (31st)
2,805 (32nd)Passing Yards3,316 (29th)
1,956 (7th)Rushing Yards1,544 (21st)
17.5 (29th)Points Per Game14.9 (32nd)
Defensive Stats Comparison
5,885 (23rd)Total Yards Allowed6,199 (29th)
4,065 (23rd)Passing Yards Allowed4,179 (27th)
1,820 (20th)Rushing Yards Allowed2,020 (29th)
330 (13th)Points Allowed387 (18th)
Injury Report
WR Kenny Britt
Partial MCL Tear (2 Weeks)
T Joe Staley
Torn Tricep (IR)
Game Notes
Before the Rams officially open up in Los Angeles, they have to travel to Levi's Stadium for Monday Night Football to take on the San Francisco 49ers. Rookie Jared Goff is not expected to play, so veteran Case Keenum looks to start the franchise off with their first win of the year.

San Francisco is also starting off on a new front. Coach Chip Kelly was hired by the 49ers after letting former coach Jim Tomsula go in the offseason. Kelly has been given another chance to show that he belongs in the NFL coaching ranks after the debacle in Philadelphia and he intends to not let it go to waste. Kelly hasn't made a decision on whether Blaine Gabbert or Colin Kaepernick will start, rather making it a game time decision. With tackle Joe Staley out, expect the Rams to send the house to lay hits on whoever is under center for the 49ers.
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04:10 PM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Los Angeles Rams 2016 Schedule

Week 01: at 49ers

Week 02: vs Seahawks

Week 03: at Buccaneers

Week 04: at Cardinals

Week 05: vs Bills

Week 06: at Lions

Week 07: vs Giants

Week 08: BYE WEEK

Week 09: vs Panthers

Week 10: at Jets

Week 11: vs Dolphins

Week 12: at Saints

Week 13: at Patriots

Week 14: vs Falcons

Week 15: at Seahawks

Week 16: vs 49ers

Week 17: vs Cardinals
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