2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
8-6, 3rd in NFC West
Larry W. Smith/EPA
11hKevin Seifert

NFL office intervenes after coin toss error in Dallas

The NFL officiating department stepped in Sunday to reverse the team set for the second-half kickoff in Sunday's Rams-Cowboys game, an unusual move that corrected a mistake during the pregame coin toss.

Run it back: Madness in San Fran, Chiefs' snowball fight headline Week 15 (2:04)
4h

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams TE Tyler Higbee caught 12 passes for 111 yards in a 44-21 loss to the Cowboys. Higbee has 334 receiving yards over the last three games, which accounts for more yards than he had in each of the last two season (295 yards in 2017 and 292 yards in 2018).

0:16

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Todd Gurley, on the Cowboys stopping the run, "I'm not really sure what they did, but they did a damn good job."

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Sean McVay, on how the Rams will remain motivated for remainder of season, if playoffs are out of reach: "It's all about character. Whether we have a chance to get in or not, or what kind of things have to occur, I think you've got a lot of prideful guys in that locker room."

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The Rams entered Sunday with a 25.2% chance of making the playoffs, but after a loss to the Cowboys, those chances have dropped to 5.1% per ESPN's Football Power Index. "We went out there and played horrible," DT Aaron Donald said. "When you play horrible, you get beat, you get beat pretty bad and we got embarrassed today."

McVay not worried about playoff picture, focused on next week (0:45)
8h

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams came out flat against the Cowboys, and find themselves in a massive hole trailing 28-7 at halftime. Todd Gurley was unable to get moving, and Jared Goff threw an interception with under two minutes to play in the first half that the Cowboys converted into a touchdown. The defense has appeared discombobulated, as two defensive backs collided on a 59-yard touchdown pass to Tavon Austin, and Ezekiel Elliott has rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns.

Goff zips one to Gurley at the goal line for TD (0:16)
12h

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams CB Troy Hill is questionable to return because of a thumb injury. Darious Williams has taken over at his position.

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Rams inactives vs. Cowboys: DB Donte Deayon, CB David Long, S Jake Gervase, OL Jamil Demby, RT Rob Havenstein, TE Gerald Everett, TE Kendall Blanton

Rams (-1) vs. Cowboys (0:48)
19h

Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

The average NFL defense has 5+ defensive backs on the field (essentially nickel and dime) 72% of the time. The Seahawks sit at a league-low 30% in the category this season. That may explain why Rams slot WR Cooper Kupp played a career-low 28% of the snaps against Seattle in Week 14. Expect more playing time - and likely better output - for Kupp today against a Dallas defense allowing the eighth-most fantasy points to the slot over the past eight weeks (second most over the past month).

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams injury report, game status vs. Cowboys: TE Gerald Everett (Knee) OUT; RT Rob Havenstein (Knee) DOUBTFUL

Can Cowboys finally beat a team with a winning record? (0:55)
3d

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Rams CB Jalen Ramsey says Cowboys WR Amari Cooper, who he will face Sunday, is "One if the most underrated receivers in the league."

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Rams injury report Thursday: TE Gerald Everett (Knee/Illness) - DNP; WR Nsimba Webster (Hip) - FULL; RT Rob Havenstein (Knee) - FULL

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Left tackle Andrew Whitworth is the Rams nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award. It's also his 38th birthday today.

Photo by: Diamond Images/Getty Images
4d

Sherman, Jenkins join Payton Award nominees

Veteran defensive backs and team leaders Richard Sherman of the 49ers and Malcolm Jenkins of the Eagles are among the 32 nominees for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.

Team Stats

Passing Yards276.16th
Rushing Yards93.924th
Points For23.713th
Points Against21.9