2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
9-1, 1st in NFC West

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams inactives against the Chiefs: WR Nick Williams, DB Darious Williams, RB John Kelly, OLB Ogbo Okoronkwo, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, TE Johnny Mundt, OLB Matt Longacre. WR Pharoh Cooper was activated to the 53-man roster from the IR today and will be active for the game.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams and Chiefs players and coaches will wear these hats tonight during MNF to honor the first responders who worked through the tragedies that recently struck the greater LA area.

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Rams CB Aqib Talib is going through agility drills at the Coliseum this afternoon, three hours before kick off. Talib is on IR, but has said that he will be ready to return Week 13 against the Detroit Lions.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Since the merger, there have been only 17 games in which at least six top-five skill position players resided on either team's roster (injured or active). That 49ers-Rams game was the only one that featured as many as seven. Tonight's a pretty rare treat for us in fantasy!

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The last time more than six top-five players in terms of PPR fantasy points (entering the week in question) appeared in the same game was a 1989 Week 14 Monday Night Football game between the 49ers and Rams, which included seven: Joe Montana, Jim Everett, Roger Craig, Jerry Rice, Henry Ellard, Brent Jones and Pete Holohan. The highest-scoring player from that game? It was none of those six, but rather wide receiver John Taylor, whose 51.6 PPR fantasy points are the 12th-most at his position since the merger.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Tonight's Chiefs-Rams game features six skill-position (QB/RB/WR/TE) players who ranked among the top five at their respective positions in PPR fantasy points entering the week. Counting only games played on Nov. 1 or later, this will be the first time since 2007 Week 9, a Patriots-Colts game during the height of the Peyton Manning-Tom Brady rivalry, that as many as six top-five players have appeared in the same game.

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Todd Gurley prop bet is 106.5 rushing yards (surpassed that total 5 times this year)

3h

Barnwell Show: Elite Teams with Sando

Bill and Mike Sando discuss which teams at this point should be considered Super Bowl contenders, including the Saints (1:22), Bears (10:27) and Rams (15:38). Plus, how will the NFC East finish after the Redskins lost Alex Smith to injury (37:40)?

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8h

Rams activate Pro Bowl KR Cooper from IR

Kick returner Pharoh Cooper is ready to return to action for the Rams, as the team activated him from injured reserve on Monday.

Rams stepping up to support their community (4:20)
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19hJonathan Gold, Special to ESPN.com

Tom Fears came full circle with return to Guadalajara

The only Pro Football Hall of Famer born in Mexico reached highs as a Rams player and lows as a coach before becoming an NFL outcast. He found a measure of redemption in a return trip to his birthplace of Guadalajara.

Chiefs, Rams set for showdown of NFL's elite (0:51)

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Here's a look at the Rams' Saturday injury and participation report. Sean McVay said everyone would be available on Monday against the Chiefs, except Cooper Kupp, who underwent knee surgery to repair a torn ACL. Kupp is out for the season.

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Sean McVay has not determined if Pharoh Cooper will be part of the active roster on Monday night, but McVay said even if he was, that he would not replace JoJo Natson as the punt returner. However, Cooper would likely take over kick-return duties from Blake Countess, McVay said. Cooper was placed on IR after he suffered an ankle injury that required surgery in a Week 1 win over the Raiders.

Mahomes and Goff open up about their high-powered offenses (3:17)

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Todd Gurley, on the over/under for the Rams-Chiefs game, which opened at 64 points, per the Westgate Las Vegas: "I don't even know what you're talking about, I don't even gamble, so I don't even know what that means."

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Rams CB Marcus Peters said Monday's game against the Chiefs was "Just another football game." Of course, it's a little bit more than that. The Chiefs selected Peters with the 18th overall pick in 2015 and in 3 seasons with the Chiefs, he led the NFL with 19 interceptions. However the Chiefs opted to trade Peters to the Rams over the offseason. When asked for his reaction to how his time in KC ended, with a trade, Peters said Thursday, "Yeah, so I can't do nothing about it. I didn't ask for it. I appreciate everything the Kansas City Chiefs did for me and my family for giving me the opportunity to play in this league. Now I'm just loving and enjoying being a LA Ram." Sean McVay said he he would discuss with Peters the feelings that naturally arise when facing a former team.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams WR Cooper Kupp underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL. Sean McVay said that the surgery went well, and that Kupp seemed to be in good spirits during a phone call.

Team Stats

Passing Yards303.2
Rushing Yards144.8
Points For33.5
Points Against23.1