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Goff: Dominant in all facets
Its been a long three-year-wait for fans of the Rams, but the 2016 first overall selection is finally starting to look like he was worthy of such a pick. When opposing defenses are not able to generate pressure on Jared Goff, his passer rating of 126.6 ranks third in the league.
The big guys doing their job
The Rams' offensive line has managed to keep pressure away from Goff all season long, and have allowed just 27 total pressures in 2018. With Jared Goff's ability to pick apart defenses, the Broncos must find a way to generate pressure against the Rams this Sunday.
The dynamic duo
Injuries are taking their toll
After two shutdown weeks by their secondary, the Rams have struggled to stop opposing passers over the past three games. Marcus Peters, who has allowed 255 yards, 5 TD, and 2.00 yards per coverage snap over the past three weeks (all highest in the NFL in that period), in particular, has been struggling and could be a liability this week.
Thomas the go-to guy?
Broncos backs won't go down easy
Miller going through a dry spell
After notching eight pressures through his first two weeks, Von Miller has generated just six over the past three weeks. With a run stop percentage of 5.7%, Miller's 2018 season has left a lot to be desired.
No fly, no more
With the exception of Chris Harris Jr., who has allowed a passer rating of just 65.4 this season, the “No Fly Zone” has looked like a shell of what they once were. The team has particularly struggled to stop plays of 20+ yards and will have their plate full against Jared Goff and the explosive Rams' offense.