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Many of us are still in the preliminary stages of evaluating the current wrecking so that we can complain effectively and hopefully clear our systems, so here’s a bit of ammo.Have you heard, Jared Goff is struggling. I DeadspinJared Goff is struggling, because Jared Goff is struggling, so Jared Goff is struggling, then Jared Goff is struggling, plus Jared Goff is struggling [url=http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/t-shirts]Los Angeles Rams T-Shirt[/url] , also, Jared Goff is struggling. But what else is wrong Lindsey Thiry? I ESPNESPN’s Lindsey Thiry recounts the last three week’s of horror that the Rams and their fans have experienced, as well as how the team is approaching and hopefully remedying things. What’s wrong with the curly horns according to the Around The Horn panel? I ESPNAround the Horn asks Bill Plaschke, Woody Paige, Kevin Blackistone, and Frank Isola what is wrong with the Rams lately. Plaschke is a long-time LA Times writer, while the others offer a more national outside perspective. More Goff analysis I The RingerThe Ringer’s Danny Kelly thinks quarterback Jared Goff has had some pretty rough sledding lately, and takes a few paragraphs to quantify and explain Jared’s recent regression. So what are the players and coaches saying? I Rams Official SiteEveryone else is talking about Goff and the Rams’ recent tailspin, so what is man himself saying? Get Goff’s reactions, as well as some comments from head coach Sean McVay. PFF data confirms what your eyes probably told you I Pro Football FocusPro Football Focus recounts the action from Sunday night. All the stat driven analysis in the world will take you back to the basics [url=http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/hats]Los Angeles Rams Hats[/url] , the Rams turnovers killed them against the Eagles. After a magical eight-game run, the Los Angeles Rams have officially lost, though not everything was a negative.After starting out hot offensively, the New Orleans Saints managed to take a massive lead of 35-17 by halftime. The Rams improved on both sides of the ball in second half eventually tying the game, though they ultimately couldn’t get the job done.Let’s jump right into the stock report:Stock DownCB Marcus PetersWhat else is there to say about Peters that hasn’t already been said? After making the stock down last week, he once again finds himself on the list. Peters was once again a major liability and had absolutely no answer for WR Michael Thomas after travelling with him. Thomas threw up a career day with 12 receptions for 211 yards and a touchdown. Not only that, but Peters’ major blunder in coverage effectively ensured the Rams lost the game. Terrible.ILB Mark BarronBarron struggled badly in this game. He was beaten in coverage for large gains multiple times, was washed out against the run on certain occasions, and simply missed too many tackles. The Rams need a better performance from the most expensive linebacker they have.OLB Matt LongacreAre you wondering why the Rams traded for Dante Fowler Jr? You shouldn’t, and watching Longacre today is all the proof you needed to see. Another game [url=http://www.losangelesramsteamonline.com/hoodie]Los Angeles Rams Hoodie[/url] , another invisible performance.FS Lamarcus JoynerThe performance of Joyner this season could be considered the eighth wonder of the world. After having a career year last year, Joyner proved to be a major liability today. Now, I don’t want to knock him too much because he was asked to do a ton. He logged snaps at outside CB, in man coverage versus running backs (Alvin Kamara), deep safety, and even nickel. All in all, he was awful tackling today and was beaten in coverage several times.Stock UpWR Brandin CooksThe #BrandinCooksRevengeGame went pretty darn well. Cooks registered six receptions for 114 yards and a touchdown in his return to New Orleans. He had a beautiful post-corner on Marshon Lattimore uncovering for a big gain. His catch over the middle of the field that was tipped by Cooper Kupp was also an outstanding and heads up play.WR Cooper KuppIt was great to have this guy back, wasn’t it? Even though Kupp was only targeted six times, he managed to turn that into five receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown. Kupp continues to prove his importance to this offense as he routinely uncovers and creates separation for Jared Goff to throw into. 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Tyler Higbee also got some action with two receptions for 40 yards.CB Nickell Robey-ColemanThe more you watch defenses today, the more you should appreciate NRC. The Rams ask NRC to lock up the slot against anyone and everyone (not today, Peters traveled with Thomas in the slot) and he does a fantastic job week in and week out. To my knowledge, NRC was only beaten one time in coverage and that was against Alvin Kamara. As of today, NRC is the Rams’ best cornerback and it isn’t even close. Hopefully things become more competitive when CB Aqib Talib returns.