WR Damian Williams - Los Angeles Rams
|6-1, 197||Born: 5-26-1988||College: Southern California||Drafted: Round 3|
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Week 15: at Seattle Seahawks - $
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FBG says: Neutral matchup. Jared Goff passed for two touchdowns for the third straight game last week, but his yardage total and accuracy both slipped as he barely completed 60% of his passes for only 199 yards. Goff started well, but his production noticeably fell off with the loss of left tackle Andrew Whitworth to look after his blind side. Goff should expect his former favorite target Robert Woods to return this week after Woods has missed the last three games with a shoulder injury. Both Sammy Watkins and Cooper Kupp played 100% of the snaps last week with Robert Woods sidelined for the third straight week. Watkins must be loving not having Woods around as he has scored a touchdown in three straight games despite a relatively low workload with only three or four receptions in each of those outings and only 21 yards in last week's game. Cooper Kupp has not seen a touchdown boost, but he has seen his production increase as he amassed two 100+ yard outings in those last three games, averaging just over 100 yards and six receptions per game compared to his 48-yard and four receptions per game average with Woods in the lineup. Todd Gurley also continued his steady level of production through the air last week as Gurley ranks behind only Alvin Kamara in receiving yards among running backs this season.
The Seahawks passing defense struggled for the second straight week as they let the Blake Bortles rack up 268 passing yards and two touchdowns with no turnovers against them in the losing effort. The Seahawks struggled to apply pressure with zero sacks last week while their secondary looked lackadaisical in man-to-man coverage for most of the game. They will have to deal with a much better offense this week as the Rams have one of the best running backs in the league behind a top tier offensive line and their top receiver coming back from injury. While this defense is not instantly a great matchup for opposing offenses, the Rams should have a much better chance at putting up numbers at this point in the season than they did in Week 6 due to how many injuries the Seahawks have been dealing with on that side of the ball.
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