Looking at the NFC West standings right now is to test the amount of time can be rubbed eyes before there is any reaction.
You look, and nothing seems real. So you rub your eyes or squint a little. Then, once that fails, you take a walk. On this walk you look for a long time a large body of water. But nothing changes you a fact that does not compute.
This fact: The Los Angeles Rams were 3-1 after beating the Arizona Cardinals 17-13 Sunday and lead their division.
The same team that was pummeled 28-0 in Week 1 is at the top of a division the season 2016 NFL rounds the pole quarter.
The same team that has not scored an offensive touchdown until Week 3 loss is among the league squads., Which means that somehow we can put the Rams in the same sentence with the New England Patriots without mocking or choking on something (you don ‘t choke while ago, right?).
Oh, and the same team that calls Case Keenum his starting quarterback would be playoff bound if the season ended today.
But of course, the season does not end today, for a four NFL game this year would not make much sense. Stay with this thought, because early October is often a time for absurd soccer oddness. Read more