We all know of Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, and Aaron Donald. Who are five underrated Rams the Chicago Bears must stop?
The Los Angelas Rams have a lot of star power on their team. Heck, there are debates about which of their three top stars should be the MVP of the NFL. Fantasy football fans know Robert Woods, and Brandin Cooks and defensive fans know Marcus Peters, Ndamukong Suh, and Aqib Talib.
Of course, no team can reach the record of the Rams on just five players, though, The Rams have a strong roster to back up the star talent.
So, while everyone will focus on those star players, here are five players the Chicago Bears need to remember.
With all of that attention on the fantasy studs of Cooks and Woods, the Chicago Bears cannot lose focus of Josh Reynolds. Josh Reynolds in the unknown receiver of the group with just 15 receptions on the season for three touchdowns. However, in the past two games, he has accumulated eight for a touchdown as he has been asked to step in for Robert Woods.
Reynolds in his second year, but profiles as a player who can fill a role similarly to Marvin Jones. This means he is a splash player, who can flip the field and change the game on one play. It is no surprise to see he has a two-touchdown game and is averaging 13 yards per reception this season.
Reynolds has slowly been integrated into the offense, but if you give Sean McVay three weeks to figure out anything, he is likely to get the job done. Look for Reynolds to have a bigger role this week, forcing the Bears to make a concerted effort to stop him.