Los Angeles Rams 2020 schedule predictions: Picking every game

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The Los Angeles Rams have a fun 2020 NFL schedule ahead, and they’re hoping to return to the playoffs after narrowly missing in 2019.

Is the shine off the apple when it comes to Los Angeles Rams’ head coach Sean McVay? The team followed up a Super Bowl appearance in 2018 with a 9-7 finish and failed to qualify for the playoffs this past season. But that was then and this is now, as in predicting every game on the 2020 campaign for a team that has lost a lot of talent this offseason.

Weeks 1-4

Dallas Cowboys
31
Los Angeles Rams
24

For the first time since the 2018 NFC Divisional Playoffs, the Rams welcome the Dallas Cowboys to the City of Angeles. Of course, a year ago at AT&T Stadium (Week 15), Jared Goff and company were humbled by a 44-21 score. Is the Los Angeles’ secondary prepared to deal with Dallas’ potent passing attack?

Los Angeles Rams
23
Philadelphia Eagles
24

For the third time in four years, the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles will renew acquaintances. But for the 1st time since 2014, the former will head to the City of Brotherly Love and will look to snap a six-game losing streak in this series that dates back to 2005. But Sean McVay’s club will come up short once again.

Los Angeles Rams
21
Buffalo Bills
23

The Rams head cross country to Orchard Park for the first time since 2012 as this interconference series is renewed for just the 13th time When last these teams met, the Bills made themselves at home in Los Angeles and rolled to a 30-19 triumph. The venue will be different but the Rams will come up short in this series once again.

New York Giants
19
Los Angeles Rams
24

The New York Giants invade Los Angeles while the Rams host Big Blue for the first time since 2016 when the setting was London, England. When last these teams met, Sean McVay’s club went into MetLife Stadium in 2017 and handed the Giants a humbling 51-17 setback. New York’s defense will have very few answers in this tilt.

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