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Rams could face going into the season." 2019 Los Angeles Rams Regular Season2019 Los Angeles Rams OffseasonBleacher Report’s Brent Sobleski believes Los Angeles Rams will take a step back in 2019New Robert Woods Jersey ,28commentsLet’s dissect the potential of a “step back” the Rams could face going into the season.CDTAs we near the 2019 NFL season, the predictions are beginning to fly. Bleacher Report’s Brent Sobleski recently wrote an article outlining why he believes the Los Angeles Rams are bound to take a “step back” in 2019.Sobleski’s main arguments can be summarized as:Some of these concerns are more valid than others, so let’s dissect them.Offense was solvedThis is a bogus point. Anybody who’s attempted to make this a valid factor as to why the Rams will regress is skipping over the exact proof that the “offense being solved” has no relevance whatsoever. The Rams faced a ferocious and stifling defense in week 14 when matched up against the Chicago Bears and Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio’s defense. The offense had a horrific showing that amounted in a loss where they only mustered six points offensively. pick on one of the most explosive college football players in the nation in third-round pick RB Darrell Henderson.Defense regressingOnce again, I disagree with Sobleski here. His concern stems with the losses of NT Ndamukong Suh and FS Lamarcus Joyner. Suh’s loss will be felt, sure, though the “loss” of Joyner will hurt much less. By allowing both of them to walk, the Rams were able to sign Edge Clay Matthews, FS Eric Weddle, and retain Edge Dante Fowler Jr. To help fill the void of Suh, the Rams spent draft capital on NT Greg Gaines. Gaines won’t have the same impact as Suh, though did Suh really have as big of an impact as anyone expected? Particularly when playing next to a superhuman in Aaron Donald?The potential for a slight step back is obviously there, it is for every NFL team. The belief that the Rams could get knocked off their rocker is a strange one though, especially considering how effective the regime under Head Coach Sean McVay has been. The Los Angeles Chargers will be without their two starting tackles for today's game against the Oakland Raiders.Russell Okung is inactive due to a groin injury that happened during the first half of last Sunday's game against San Francisco. The ninth-year left tackle also missed a game last year due to a groin injury. Right tackle Joe Barksdale is missing his fourth straight game due to a knee injury he sustained during the opener against Kansas City.Sam Tevi, who has been playing right tackle in Barksdale's absence, moves over to left tackle with undrafted rookie Trent Scott at right tackle in his first NFL start.Starting linebacker Mark Barron is active for the Los Angeles Rams for the first time since Week 14 of last season. Barron has been dealing with an Achilles tendon injury that is likely to keep him on a limited snap count against the Seahawks.Seattle defensive end Frank Clark also is available despite missing a full week of practice due to illness.Richard Sherman will be active for the San Francisco 49ers against the Arizona Cardinals after missing one game with a calf injury. Sherman was expected to miss up to three weeks but was able to come back early. The Niners will be without speedy receiver Marquise Goodwin, who is dealing with hamstring and quadriceps injuries.Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs had wide receiver Sammy Watkins available against the NFL's top defense.Watkins tweaked his hamstring in last week's comeback win against Denver. His availability Sunday will help Mahomes and the league's highest-scoring offense against Jacksonville. The Jaguars already had ruled out running back Leonard Fournette again because of his hamstring problem and cornerback D.J. Hayden (toe) earlier this week.The New York Jets started Buster Skrine at cornerback against Denver with Trumaine Johnson out after hurting a quadriceps during practice. The Broncos are replacing offensive tackle Jared Veldheer, who hurt a knee against Kansas City last Monday night, with Billy Turner.Baltimore deactivated defensive tackle Michael Pierce after he was added to the injury report late in the week with a foot injury, and Ravens rookie Hayden Hurst is making his NFL debut after missing the first four games with a foot injury. Cornerback Jimmy Smith also will make his season debut following his four-game suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy.Browns starting linebacker Christian Kirksey is active after missing Friday's practice with the flu. Also, tight end Seth DeValve is playing for the first time in four weeks after being sidelined with a hamstring issue.The Buffalo Bills lack safeties in numbers with starter Micah Hyde and backup Rafael Bush both inactive against the Titans. Hyde is sidelined with a groin injury sustained in the first quarter of a 22-0 loss at Green Bay last week. Bush did not practice this week due to a shoulder injury. Buffalo is left with just three active safeties, including Dean Marlowe, promoted from the practice squad on Saturday.Tennessee is missing two defensive starters with safety Kenny Vaccaro and linebacker Wesley Woodyard having already been ruled out.The Steelers will be without starting inside linebacker Vince Williams, who is dealing with a hamstring issue. Pittsburgh plans to split snaps between LJ Fort and Tyler Matakevich, while Steelers safety Morgan Burnett will miss his third straight game with a groin injury.Atlanta defensive tackle Grady Jarrett's balky ankle will keep him out for the struggling Falcons. Jack Crawford will take Jarrett's spot in the lineup at Pittsburgh.Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams is active and playing through a calf injury, leaving Aaron Rodgers with only one of his top receivers in Detroit with Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison out. 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