|Offense||7th||93.7 (26th)||281.2 (4th)|
|Defense||13th||113.1 (19th)||226.6 (12th)|
|23||Akers, Cam||RB||5-10||217||6/22/1999||R||Florida State|
|55||Allen, Brian||C||6-2||303||10/11/1995||3||Michigan State|
|50||Ebukam, Samson||OLB||6-3||245||5/9/1995||4||Eastern Washington|
|81||Everett, Gerald||TE||6-3||240||6/25/1994||4||South Alabama|
|97||Fox, Morgan||DE||6-3||275||9/12/1994||4||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|6||Hekker, Johnny||P||6-5||241||2/8/1990||9||Oregon State|
|89||Higbee, Tyler||TE||6-6||255||1/1/1993||5||Western Kentucky|
|46||Hughes, JuJu||SAF||5-11||188||7/19/1998||R||Fresno State|
|43||Johnson, John||FS||6-0||209||12/19/1995||4||Boston College|
|10||Kupp, Cooper||WR||6-2||208||6/15/1993||4||Eastern Washington|
|44||McQuaide, Jake||LS||6-2||235||12/7/1987||10||Ohio State|
|20||Ramsey, Jalen||CB||6-1||208||10/24/1994||5||Florida State|
|11||Reynolds, Josh||WR||6-3||196||2/16/1995||4||Texas A&M|
|33||Scott, Nick||SAF||5-11||200||5/17/1995||2||Penn State|
|14||Webster, Nsimba||WR||5-10||180||1/27/1996||2||Eastern Washington|
|9||Wolford, John||QB||6-1||200||10/16/1995||1||Wake Forest|
|26||Burgess, Terrell (IR)||SAF||5-11||202||8/18/1997||R||Utah|
|32||Fuller, Jordan (IR)||SS||6-2||203||3/4/1998||R||Ohio State|
|48||Howard, Travin (IR)||LB||6-1||219||5/10/1996||2||TCU|
|53||Lawler, Justin (IR)||LB||6-4||265||12/23/1994||3||SMU|
|45||Okoronkwo, Obo (IR)||LB||6-2||253||4/24/1995||3||Oklahoma|
|Banks, Eric||DE||6-5||274||1/30/1998||R||Texas-San Antonio|
|68||Cabral, Cohl||C||6-5||304||2/11/1998||R||Arizona State|
|21||Deayon, Donte'||CB||5-9||159||1/28/1994||4||Boise State|
|Kolone, Jeremiah||G||6-3||316||10/23/1994||1||San Jose State|
|15||Koski, J.J.||WR||6-1||195||12/27/1996||R||Cal Poly-Pomona|
|Moncrief, Derrick||LB||6-2||220||6/25/1993||1||Oklahoma State|
|56||Rozeboom, Christian||LB||6-2||230||1/30/1997||R||South Dakota|
|62||Williams, Jonah||DE||6-5||275||8/17/1995||R||Weber State|
Perkins lost the battle to be Jared Goff's backup, as head coach Sean McVay awarded the job to John Wolford. However, in an unconventional season, Perkins will remain on the practice squad and could be promoted if Goff or Wolford is unavailable.
The Los Angeles native gets to head home after playing his college ball at Michigan. A two-year starter, Long earned first-team All-Big Ten honors as a junior after locking down his side of the field all year. Long's ability to stick to his man in coverage led to him having just nine passes defensed and 17 tackles, as opposing quarterbacks opted to stay away from him. He possesses 4.45 speed with a 39 1/2-inch vertical and will be a nice addition to a Los Angeles secondary that needs a succession plan at corner beyond Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib.
Kupp helped the Rams move the sticks while catching everything thrown his way. Although he also got involved with a rush Monday, Kupp has now totaled just 54 receiving yards in his last two games. Considering he averaged over 80 yards while scoring twice in his four games prior, Kupp's most recent form has been somewhat underwhelming, but with no miscues Monday he's at least moving in the right direction ahead of Week 8's matchup with the Dolphins.
The 24-year-old joined the Rams last April after the now-defunct AAF ceased operations, but he never made it to the active roster and signed a reserve/future contract with Los Angeles after the season. Jared Goff remains the starter, but the only other quarterbacks currently on the roster are undrafted rookies Josh Love and Bryce Perkins after previous backup Blake Bortles hit free agency. Wolford has yet to make his NFL debut, but he should enter training camp as the team's No. 2 quarterback, barring the Rams reuniting with Bortles or adding another veteran signal-caller.
Allen was the first NFL player to publicly test positive for coronavirus. However, he's now officially past the illness. The 24-year-old is expected to provide depth on the Rams' offensive line this season.
Goff bounced back from a rough Week 6 outing, throwing two touchdowns for the third straight game in the process. His first came off a cleverly schemed play to Josh Reynolds for four yards in the first quarter, then Goff connected with tight end Gerald Everett from 12 yards to take a commanding lead in the third. With his team back in the win column and his season total up to 12 touchdown passes versus just four interceptions, Goff will now look forward to Sunday's game in Miami.
Henderson did most of his damage on a third-quarter touchdown series in which he totaled 32 yards on three touches. That came after teammate Malcolm Brown put Los Angeles in the end zone with a one-yard touchdown rush to cap the drive prior. Brown gained 57 yards on his 10 carries, so Henderson still paced his team on the ground overall. With at least 14 carries in four of his last five games, including each of his last three, Henderson will now turn his attention toward Week 8's matchup against the Dolphins.
Lewis returned to practice from the reserve/non-football injury list prior to Week 4. The team did not activate him right away, as he needed some practice time to get game-ready. Now that he has been cleared to play, the rookie third-rounder will look to earn some reps providing depth at outside linebacker.
During Week 7 prep, Higbee didn't practice before putting in a limited showing Saturday, but that brief showing wasn't enough for him to get clearance to play against the Bears. According to coach Sean McVay, Higbee again was limited at Wednesday's walk-through, but the tight end remains day-to-day due to "a pretty gnarly hand contusion," per Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic. The bruise is "painful and affecting the mobility" of Higbee's hand, so his status should continue to be monitored as the weekend draws closer. Meanwhile, fellow TE Gerald Everett sat out Wednesday with an illness.
Floyd spent four years with the Bears after being selected in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, so the first-year Ram clearly capitalized on some additional motivation to post his best fantasy showing of the season Monday. It's been an inconsistent start to the campaign for Floyd, but he's playing nearly every defensive snap and this outing could be a springboard for the coming weeks -- especially with the Los Angeles defense appearing to be trending in the right direction.
Webster failed to play a single snap Week 5, but he did have 20 and 19 kick return yards Week 1 and 2, respectively. He figures to see more chances on special teams this Sunday against San Francisco.
The Washington product is a country-strong defensive tackle prospect that can play over the center or in the one-technique. Gaines (6-foot-1, 312 pounds) managed to rack up 55 tackles as a senior thanks in part to his high motor and excellent play strength. He'll be a run stuffer for the Rams but it's unlikely that Gaines will be more than a rotational piece for them early in his career.
Fuller missed Week 4 but was able to play in this past Sunday's win over Washington, and his current injury may be related. Regardless, the Rams are shutting him down for at least three weeks as he recovers from a stinger. Fuller and Taylor Rapp were battling for the starting strong safety role, and Rapp will be the unequivocal starter until Fuller can return.
Howard will undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus and miss the 2020 season, so this move was inevitable. It leaves the Rams shorthanded at inside linebacker, though, as Micah Kiser, Kenny Young and Troy Reeder combined for 401 defensive snaps last year and are the only remaining players at the position.
The All-Pro is now up to 17 tackles (10 solo) and 7.5 sacks for the campaign after overpowering Washington's offensive line Sunday. Expect a couple modest showings from Donald over the course of the season because opposing teams game plan against him every week, but he remains one of the elite options at his position. Sunday's dominant showing served as another reminder of his fantasy upside.
The undrafted rookie from Syracuse showed enough upside in training camp to merit a spot on the Rams' 53-man roster, though he has yet to appear in any of the team's first three games. Ahead of him on the depth chart, Van Jefferson and Nsimba Webster slot into backup roles at wide receiver.
Koski had an uphill battle to secure a roster spot as an undrafted free agent. The Rams may look to develop him on the practice squad if he clears waivers, as he posted a solid 42-868-8 line in his senior season at Cal Poly.
Ramsey is much more valuable to the Rams than he is to fantasy managers, as he's collected just 21 tackles (19 solo) through seven games this season. However, first-year defensive coordinator Brandon Staley has been creative with the Pro Bowler. Ramsey is lining up all over the field, and more tackle and big-play opportunities could present themselves as a result. Still, opposing offenses have tended to target other matchups and avoid throwing Ramsey's way this year and will probably continue to do so.
McVay previously said the 25-year-old had a chance during Monday's win over the Bears, so it's not a major surprise he's set to be activated. Robinson has been on the NFI list all season due to a cardiovascular condition, but he was designated to return last week and resumed practicing.
With Tyler Higbee (hand) out of the lineup, Mundt took advantage of an extended role, and his 34-yard reception in the second quarter was the longest offensive play of the game for the Rams. However, fellow tight end Gerald Everett was targeted a season-high five times, scored a touchdown and will probably remain more involved in the passing game. If Higbee returns in Week 8 against the Dolphins, Mundt will likely revert back to a depth role and receive limited playing time.
Corbett was drafted during the second round in 2018 by Cleveland but the team is apparently happy to move on for the unspecified return. He'll provide some interior depth on the offensive line after Joe Noteboom (knee) was lost for the season.
The 25-year-old led Los Angeles in tackles Monday, as eight different players recorded at least five tackles. Kiser has 53 tackles (31 solo), three passes defensed and one forced fumble through six games in 2020.
MacGinnis hasn't played a game since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2018. He'll add depth for the Rams at kicker after the team cut rookie Samuel Sloman on Monday.
The 26-year-old was let go by the Rams in early September but remained with the organization on the practice squad. It's unclear how long Deayon is expected to be sidelined by the unspecified injury.
With Mitch Kaiser (groin) sidelined Sunday, Reeder returned to a starting role for the first time this season, playing 48 of 54 defensive snaps and capitalizing on his opportunity. Reeder was a serviceable fantasy contributor when given an opportunity last season, and he should see more playing time while Kaiser is injured.
All the hype Jefferson has garnered since being selected in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft was on display on his 14-yard reception Monday. The rookie ran an excellent route along the sideline, kept both feet in bounds while securing the difficult catch to move the chains. The reception also helped set up Los Angeles' first touchdown of the game. Still, Jefferson is buried on the depth chart and not receiving enough playing time to move the fantasy needle in the majority of seasonal leagues. Additionally, fellow wideout Josh Reynolds has a touchdown in consecutive games to continue affirming his status as the team's No. 3 wide receiver behind Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp.
The rookie has now watched in consecutive games while fellow running backs Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown have handled the load for the Rams. Henderson rushed 15 times for 64 yards Monday, and Brown turned 10 carries into 57 yards and a score. Head coach Sean McVay discussed incorporating Akers into the offense more after the rookie piled up 63 yards on just nine carries in Week 5, but it hasn't come to fruition. It might not, either. Henderson and Brown are morphing into a difficult one-two punch to contain, and Los Angeles looks like an NFC contender.
It's always worrisome to see "illness" listed next to a player's name, but there's no indication Everett's is related to COVID-19. Still, the TE situation will need to be watched closely in L.A. this week with Tyler Higbee (LP on Wednesday) still banged up due to a painful hand contusion. With Higbee sidelined Monday against the Bears, Everett logged a season-best 76 percent of the offensive snaps en route to four catches (on five targets) for 28 yards and one touchdown.
The third-year pro was expected to be worked in slowly this offeseason as he recovered from offseason knee surgery. Now fully healthy, Ebukam should have a role in the defense for 2019, after starting 14 of 16 games at outside linebacker for the Rams last season. Ebukam is listed as a second-string linebacker on the depth chart, but should see time on both defense and special teams for Week 1.
The veteran is now up to 41 tackles (30 solo) through seven games, and the total includes a one-tackle showing in Week 5 against Washington. It's worth noting that Hill was nursing an ankle injury and listed as questionable for that outing. Additionally, he also played every snap Monday and continues to rarely come off the field. Hill's fantasy floor is high.
Johnson's previous best for tackles in a game this season was 10, but he set a new mark in Week 6. He's secured 46 tackles and has picked off a pass through six contests in 2020.
Blythe started 16 games in 2018 and 15 in 2019, primarily playing right guard but eventually shifting to center. He should retain a starting job in 2020, as the Rams don't have much cap space to secure the upgrades they need for their offensive line.
Moncrief joined the Raiders via a reserve/future deal in January, but the team's acquisition of additional linebackers in free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft made his spot on the roster expendable. The Oklahoma State product will look for a depth role elsewhere in the league.
The undrafted free agent out of SMU impressed during training camp and took advantage of the extra opportunities he received with Darrell Henderson (hamstring) sidelined with an injury. Still, Henderson is trending toward being ready for Week 1, and the Rams also have reliable veteran Malcolm Brown and rookie second-round pick Cam Akers ahead of Jones on the depth chart. As a result, Jones probably has a steep climb to fantasy relevance in the early stages of the season.
This is the second consecutive game Fox has collected a sack, and it was also by far his best fantasy showing of the campaign. However, he only played 27 of 68 defensive snaps and has only topped that mark once this season (29 in Week 2). His limited playing time hinders his upside, but it's clear that keeping Fox on a pitch count has enabled him to make an impact when he's on the field.
The Pro Bowl offensive lineman noted that members of his family also tested positive for the virus. The 38-year-old, who is bouncing back from a January procedure to address an ankle injury that he played through last season, is in line to start at left tackle for the Rams in 2020.
Young started the practice week sidelined but made progress every day, eventually working as a full participant Friday. The 25-year-old inside linebacker will start Sunday's matchup and look to add to the 14 tackles he's registered through four games.
Reynolds led the Rams in targets and receiving yards while finding the end zone for the second straight game. Compared to his 40-yarder in Week 6, however, Reynolds' score Monday came from just four yards out. Nonetheless, with at least 45 receiving yards in four of his last five outings, Reynolds is building decent steam ahead of this Sunday's game against the Dolphins, with his recent touchdowns adding extra interest.
Forbath joined the Rams a week ago, but he wasn't available to kick in Monday's 24-10 win over the Bears while waiting to clear COVID-19 protocols. Sloman remained in place as Los Angeles' kicker Week 7 and continued to struggle, as his blocked field goal from 48 yards out marked his sixth missed kick of the season. Given that Forbath is now with his fourth team in less than two years, he likely won't have much job security, but he'll at least have some stability in the short term while the Rams roster no other kickers.
The team announced Tuesday that the 23-year-old required season-ending ankle surgery, so it was only a matter of time before he move to IR. Burgess finishes his rookie campaign with eight tackles and one pass defensed in seven games.
The veteran had one of his better games of the season Monday and showcased his fantasy upside. However, Brockers hasn't been a consistent contributor this year with 13 of his 24 tackles coming in just two games.
Havenstein missed the last five games with a knee injury but returned to practice as a full participant this week, so it appears he's a healthy scratch Saturday. Bobby Evans should continue to work at right tackle for the Rams.
Demby was drafted in the sixth round by the Rams in April's draft, but was waived in mid-September, claimed by the Lions and subsequently ended up on their practice squad. The 22-year-old is still looking to make his NFL debut and should serve in a depth role for the Rams.
The 2020 fourth-round pick failed to suit up in last week's primetime win over Dallas, and he'll have to wait another week to make his NFL debut. With Hopkins sidelined, Johnny Mundt will handle the depth tight end snaps for Week 2.
The 22-year-old served as an extra player from the practice squad and had one tackle Week 4, and he'll now join the roster in a longer-term capacity. Hughes went undrafted out of Fresno State in the spring and had seven interceptions over four collegiate seasons.
Brown provided the hammer in Los Angeles' running game, making some strong runs and being rewarded with a one-yard touchdown midway through the third quarter. That marked Brown's first score since Week 1, and Monday also featured his most rushing yards in a game since then. Although teammate Darrell Henderson still topped Brown with 15 carries for 64 yards and caught two balls compared to his one unsuccessful target, Brown can nonetheless be rather pleased by his performance, which came after a season-low two carries in Week 6. Such improvement should have Brown encouraged ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Lawler appears to be dealing with the same foot issue that caused him to spend the entire 2019 campaign on IR. He hasn't seen game-action since his rookie season in 2018, when he mostly played on special teams across 16 contests.
Calais was signed off Tampa Bay's practice squad by the Rams Sept. 6 but has yet to make his NFL debut. Darrell Henderson and Xavier Jones will operate as the team's depth running backs with Calais sidelined.
The 25-year-old landed on injured reserve in late September with the calf issue, but he's ready to return to practice after about a month. Noteboom could reclaim his starting spot at left guard from David Edwards once he's fully cleared.
Hollins failed to make the Broncos' roster after racking up 21 tackles (12 solo) and a sack across 15 games last season. He will reunite with coordinator Brandon Staley in Los Angeles, as he'll likely assume a depth role in the linebacking corps to start the 2020 campaign.
Reed went undrafted out of Georgia. The former Bulldog registered 199 tackles (107 solo), three sacks, five picks and 19 passes defensed during his collegiate career. During his final season, he was one of three finalists for the 2019 Thorpe Award as the nation's top defensive back. The 25-year-old will now look to earn a spot on the team's 53-man roster.
Woods not only posted his lowest reception and receiving yardage totals since Week 2, but also cost his team points by coughing up an end-around during the fourth quarter. Fortunately for Woods, he gained 25 yards on a rush earlier in the game, at least salvaging some value. Overall, the wideout has notched under 50 scrimmage yards in three of his last four games, hurting his stock in advance of Week 8's trip to Miami.
Okoronkwo suffered this injury in a Week 5 win over Washington and he underwent surgery that required a four- to six-week recovery timeline. The Rams made a confusing move by keeping him on the active roster for the Week 6 matchup against the 49ers, and now he'll be shut down for at least the next two games, making him eligible to return Week 10 against Seattle. Natrez Patrick and rookie Terrell Lewis figure to see increases in their respective workloads for the time being.
The second-year man was forced to miss his first game of 2020 in Week 5, sitting out against Washington after fielding a combined 17 special-teams snaps over the Rams' first four outings of the season. Evans hasn't seen action from scrimmage this season after starting seven times in 2019, but he's on track to be activated for Los Angeles' Week 6 showdown with San Francisco.
Williams has a consistent role on the Rams' defense, as he's logged at least 89 percent of the defensive snaps in each game to begin the season. He's produced well, too, recording five solo tackles, a pass breakup and an interception.
Rapp bounced back after registering just two tackles in Week 5. He's recorded 33 total tackles through the first six games of the 2020 campaign and will take the field in Week 7 against Chicago.
Blanton played in one game for the Rams in 2019, logging four special-teams snaps. If the team indeed uses more two tight-end sets, Blanton could be a valuable practice-squad member.
With A'Shawn Robinson deemed out indefinitely with a cardiovascular condition, it comes as little surprise that Joseph-Day will fill the void after starting 15 games last year. The sixth-round selection in the 2018 NFL Draft recorded a modest 44 tackles (25 solo) and two sacks through 16 games last season while posting an underwhelming 63.0 PFF grade. While there could be improvement in Joseph-Day's second full season, it's probably best to take a wait-and-see approach in most IDP settings.