Go to Rams News of the Day: Sept. 28th


**Today's Rams Topics**

Rams still figuring out things on defense, but with Dallas coming up, they better hurry –OC Register

It’s not time to worry about the Rams’ defense. Give that another couple days.
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Wade Phillips doesn’t want to get back at the Cowboys, but he wants to beat them –LA Times

Coaching in the NFL for 40 seasons taught Wade Phillips a few lessons.
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Practice Report: Keeping Gurley Going, Barwin’s Familiarity with the Cowboys

The Rams held their second practice of the week on Thursday afternoon at Cal Lutheran. On Sunday, Los Angeles will match up with Dallas in a game defensive coordinator Wade Phillips referred to as “a premier challenge” for the team — one that allows the Rams to compete against one of the league’s top-tier programs.
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TRANSCRIPT: Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay, DC Wade Phillips, RB Todd Gurley Discuss Prep For Dallas Cowboys

Here’s what the trio said to the media today.
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Rams At Dallas Cowboys: Injury Report Takes A Positive Turn

Sounds like the Rams offense should be pretty close to if not at full power
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WRs Sammy Watkins, Tavon Austin both ‘good to go’ for Sunday –ESPN

Sammy Watkins and Tavon Austin are “good to go” for Sunday’s road game against the Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said.
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Jared Goff doesn’t want leaving the pocket to become a habit –LA Times

It’s time to step up. No indiscriminate running backward, to the right or to the left.
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How Aaron Donald held out all summer, then played 115 snaps in five days –ESPN

Aaron Donald spent an entire summer away from his team. He ended his holdout the day before the season opener and participated in three practices — only one of them in pads — before playing in his first game. And then Donald just kept playing, far more than any of his Los Angeles Rams teammates and coaches would’ve ever expected.
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Jason Witten on Rams: ‘I’m older than the coach’

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is impressed by what he’s seen so far from the Los Angeles Rams under new coach Sean McVay. But he remains taken aback by one startling fact. He is 35 and McVay, who was the Washington Redskins offensive coordinator from 2014-2016, is 31.
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Dak Prescott: Aaron Donald is one of the most dominant linemen in the NFL

Dak Prescott knows that the Dallas Cowboys are going to have their hands full with Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald. He says Donald is one of the most disruptive defensive players in the NFL.
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Rams At Dallas Cowboys: What The Rams Need To Do To Win

The run defense has to stop…the run.
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Jared Goff on Dak Prescott: ‘You root for good people’ –ESPN

With the way Dak Prescott played last year for the Dallas Cowboys, many believed the Los Angeles Rams picked the wrong quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick in 2016.
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What They’re Saying: The Dallas Cowboys

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A Rams win in Dallas could set the table for rest of 2017

When the Los Angeles Rams play the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Sean McVay will have an opportunity to solidify his team as a player not just in the NFC West, but the league as a whole.