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Postby elaine95 » Thu Nov 21, 2019 2:27 am

Running back Mark Ingram has left New Orleans. But he’ll never forget his last game there.The Saints lost to the Rams in the NFC Championship , fueled by the blatant and stunning failure to call pass interference and/or an illegal hit on a defenseless receiver late in regulation.“That is something that no one on our team, no one in our organization, will ever get over,” Ingram tells Peter King of . “That is tough. Tough. When you get to that point, basically one play from the Super Bowl, there’s no justifying that, there’s no comfort in that.“Obviously, they changed the rule , so they know they got it wrong. Some players play 14, 15 years without making it to a playoff game, so to be able to make it to that point, a minute and some change left, and if you get this call, you’ve got a fresh set of downs, and you’re going to the Super Bowl. It was sickening. Every time I see the play, it’s a bad feeling , it’s a dark cloud over me.”Although the Saints won the Super Bowl a decade ago, Ingram didn’t arrive until 2011. He’s now left for Baltimore, where he’ll continue the quest for what would be his first berth in the NFL’s premier game.For his old team, the question remains whether the Saints can process a second straight heartbreaking end to the playoffs and dig out of the Valley of 0-0. It won’t be easy, especially given the level of competition in the NFC. Looking at the foursome game-by-game." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteTurf Show Timesa Los Angeles Rams communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpSectionsLibraryMastheadCommunity GuidelinesNFL OddsStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteSections 2019 offseason2019 free agency2019 NFL DraftFull ArchiveLibrary 2019 NFL calendar2019 Rams regular season sched2019 Rams preseason schedMasthead Community Guidelines NFL Odds StubHub ✕Filed under:2019 Los Angeles Rams PreseasonHere’s what to look for in each of the Los Angeles Rams’ 2019 preseason gamesNew,8commentsLooking at the foursome game-by-game.CDTShareTweetShareShareHere’s what to look for in each of the Los Angeles Rams’ 2019 preseason gamesLos Angeles Rams Head Coach Sean McVay during a preseason game against the Oakland Raiders, Aug. 18, 2018.Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThe Los Angeles Rams’ 2019 preseason schedule came out today. It’s an interesting foursome that will help the Rams tune up their roster in an attempt to rebound from their loss in Super Bowl LIII with an appearance in Super Bowl LIV.Here’s what we’re looking at.Week 1 - @ Oakland RaidersThe Rams head north to kick off the Raiders’ final season in Oakland. It’s the second year for Head Coach Jon Gruden but just the first with Mike Mayock in the GM armchair.The latter of the two is sure to play a huge part in guiding the Raiders through the 2019 NFL Draft where they have four of the top 35 selections. We’ll have to see how much Gruden decides to let his new draft stars play.As for the Rams , it’s our first look at the new 2019 roster depth. It’s fair to assume Head Coach Sean McVay will take a similar approach to the preseason as he did last year in sitting his core starters. He did play EDGE Samson Ebukam and RG Jamon Brown who was expected to return to a starting role after a two-game suspension though RG Austin Blythe’s performances negated that return. So perhaps we’ll see some of the less-experienced starters and guys with less hold on their starting jobs play early on.For the most part though, it will be the back two-thirds of the 90-man roster in action.Week 2 - v.* Dallas Cowboys* - Game to be played in Honolulu, HIAh, yes. The Rams and the Cowboys. Tied together at the hip since 2015.We know Rams Owner Stan Kroenke has long turned his eye across the Pacific toward Asia. He mentioned as much in the 2016 offseason:Well...we’re halfway there!Validation game here to see how the back of the roster performs compared to the first game. I also wonder how much run the Cowboys’ starters get. Could be very interesting to see Rams backup QB Blake Bortles going against the Cowboys’ starting defense. And Tavon Austin!Week 3 - v. Denver BroncosThe final preseason game in the Coliseum. Next year, we’ll be in our new home stadium in Inglewood. So history being made...albeit kinda boring history. But history!This one’s the last functional preseason game as the fourth will be for the deepest section of the roster.So if there are key 53-man roster decisions, this game is the one that would have the most impact though much of that is down to practices and training camp and the offseason program and not preseason gameplay.With the Broncos now being led by veteran QB Joe Flacco with a potential rookie QB coming into the fold, this one has some intrigue. Plus, it’s a chance for Rams Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips and CB Aqib Talib to link up with some former colleagues.Week 4 - @ Houston TexansStrange one , but fitting to close out the preseason. Last year’s preseason finale offensive snap count leaders? WR Fred Brown, OL Jamil Demby, OT Cornelius Lucas and OL Aaron Neary.Get your roster nerd on.What game are you looking forward to most? Any matchups you’re interested in? Which guys that barely made the 53-man roster in 2016 are looking at big matchups in these games?

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