is a tale of two ends of the spectrum.On one end is the Rams who are 5-0 and sit comfortably at the top of the NFC West rankings. On the other end is the Broncos who are 2-3 [url=http://www.authenticslosangelesrams.com/cheap-tyler-higbee-jersey]Youth Tyler Higbee Jersey[/url] , sit third in the AFC West, and are looking to rebound and regroup after a rough game vs the New York Jets.Let’s take a look at some of the matchups to watch:CB Nickell Robey-Coleman vs WR Emmanuel SandersThis is going to be a battle of two heavy weights. When the Broncos get into three WR sets, Sanders typically kicks into the slot where NRC lines up. Sanders is a route running extraordinaire who also has a great set of hands and underrated speed. He’s the top dog the Rams will have to pay extra attention to in the passing game. Luckily for the Rams, NRC has likely been the Rams’ best CB so far making this battle a fun one.WR Robert Woods vs CB Chris Harris JrAlthough the news sounds positive for WR’s Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp, we aren’t sure at this point if they’ll be able to suit up. If they can’t, look for Jared Goff to target Woods a bunch. After both Cooks and Kupp were knocked out in week five, Woods came alive ripping off massive chunk plays for the offense. Woods finished the game with 140+ yards from scrimmage. This week he’ll likely draw Chris Harris Jr, the Broncos’ best cornerback.Rams’ run defense vs RB’s Phillip Lindsay and Royce FreemanThe Broncos have one of the best backfields in the NFL headlined by two rookies in Lindsay and Freeman. Combined, they nearly have 600 rushing yards and both are averaging over 5 yards per carry. The two runners contrast each other well with Lindsay being an electric and quick one-cut runner with awesome receiving ability (and running) and Freeman being more of a powerful hard to-get-down runner. The Rams’ front-seven is coming off a game where they were just abused versus the run [url=http://www.authenticslosangelesrams.com/cheap-samson-ebukam-jersey]Youth Samson Ebukam Jersey[/url] , but I actually expect them to have a bounce back game and limit the Broncos’ rushing attack.OLB Samson Ebukam vs Billy TurnerIs this the week the Rams’ edge rushers finally start to make a larger impact? It could (maybe should?) be. Starting RT Jared Veldheer sounds like he’ll miss a second consecutive game and LT Garrett Bolles is banged up. Ebukam and Matt Longacre will get to go against an experienced backup in Billy Turner who has 29 games of NFL experience. Look for Ebukam to improve his sack total (one) this week.OT’s Andrew Whitworth/Rob Havenstein vs DE’s Von Miller/Bradley ChubbThis matchup will be one of the most interesting from the entire game. The rookie (Chubb) only has 1.5 sacks on the season, though the same cannot be said for Von Miller. Miller currently has four sacks, two of which are forced fumbles. Miller looks better than ever and will likely be a handful for the Rams’ bookend tackles in Whitworth and Havenstein. I do think the Rams have the edge here because the offensive line has been downright brilliant, but the Broncos’ edge duo could get themselves a few wins too.ILB Cory Littleton vs P Colby WadmanCory Littleton has multiple blocked punts this season. He’s established himself as one of the great special teams players in the league today, maybe even ever. As for Wadman, he’s only had eight punts in the league (all of which came the past game). Marquette King was recently released, so look for Littleton to chase Wadman like a cheetah hunts it’s prey. Another week, another massive win for the undefeated Los Angeles Rams.The Rams have now improved their record to 7-0, three of which came from divisional opponents. After the dominating performance [url=http://www.authenticslosangelesrams.com/cheap-cooper-kupp-jersey]Youth Cooper Kupp Jersey[/url] , let’s revisit the matchups to watch and see how they fared:CB Marcus Peters vs WR Marquise GoodwinLast week’s matchup to watch:Marquise Goodwin was invisible all throughout the game with two catches for 24 yards coming in garbage time. Outside of that, the only targets I recall to Goodwin were an overthrown pass in the endzone when Troy Hill was in coverage and a Troy Hill interception. All in all, the Rams secondary did a fantastic job keeping the speedster in front of them.ILB’s Mark Barron/Cory Littleton vs TE George KittleLast week’s matchup to watch:Even though Barron and Littleton had fantastic days, it wasn’t because of their coverage against Kittle. Kittle had five receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown. Kittle proved to be a thorn in the Rams side but ultimately it was for naught as the Rams were simply too good everywhere else. Barron had a tremendous read on a screen with a great tackle, though he also had a missed tackle in a gap on a run early in the game that resulted in a big gain. As for Littleton, well, he continues to impress. One sack, another blocked punt, and a stuffed screen of his own later and we’re talking about how much of a steal Littleton is to this defense.DT Aaron Donald vs QB C.J. 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The front-seven as a whole did a spectacular job stuffing the run too.OG’s Rodger Saffold/Austin Blythe vs DT DeForest BucknerLast week’s matchup to watch:The dynamic duo (and all the offensive lineman for that matter) get a major win today in my books. Buckner is a dangerous interior pass rusher who has 4.5 sacks on the season and none of those came against the Rams today. The offensive line only allowed two sacks on the day and generally gave QB Jared Goff great pockets to operate from.WR Robert Woods vs CB Richard ShermanLast week’s matchup to watch:Well, Richard Sherman was inactive for this game so his presence can’t be analysed, but Woods had another terrific game as every time he was targeted he was typically uncovered. Outside of one drop near the flat for Woods, he had a great day registering five receptions for 78 yards and leading the Rams’ offense in both categories.The Rams once again found a way for all three phases of the team to chip in and contribute to the relatively simple win.The test will get harder as the Rams get one of the leagues best (read: best) quarterbacks in the league in Aaron Rodgers in week eight.