Los Angeles Rams

Rams Top Fantasy Players

These are the top fantasy football players of the Los Angeles Rams as ranked by Average Draft Position (ADP) in PPR-format mock drafts.

Data as of July 20, 2024.

# Name Pos Team ADP Bye
1 Puka Nacua WR LAR 2.01 6
2 Kyren Williams RB LAR 2.04 6
3 Cooper Kupp WR LAR 2.08 6
4 Blake Corum RB LAR 11.05 6

Puka Nacua

Puka Nacua's current ADP is 2.01, which is the 1st pick of the 2nd round, and 12th selection overall.

Puka Nacua Average Draft Position PPR

Kyren Williams

Kyren Williams's current ADP is 2.04, which is the 4th pick of the 2nd round, and 15th selection overall.

Kyren Williams Average Draft Position PPR

Cooper Kupp

Cooper Kupp's current ADP is 2.08, which is the 8th pick of the 2nd round, and 19th selection overall.

Cooper Kupp Average Draft Position PPR

Blake Corum

Blake Corum's current ADP is 11.05, which is the 5th pick of the 11th round, and 124th selection overall.

Blake Corum Average Draft Position PPR

Los Angeles Rams 2020 Schedule

Week Home/Away Opponent
1 Home Dallas Cowboys
2 Away Philadelphia Eagles
3 Away Buffalo Bills
4 Home New York Giants
5 Away Washington Redskins
6 Away San Francisco 49ers
7 Home Chicago Bears
8 Away Miami Dolphins
10 Home Seattle Seahawks
11 Away Tampa Bay Buccaneers
12 Home San Francisco 49ers
13 Away Arizona Cardinals
14 Home New England Patriots
15 Home New York Jets
16 Away Seattle Seahawks
17 Home Arizona Cardinals

Los Angeles Rams News

Gerald Everett, Bears Place Gerald Everett On Non-Football Injury List

The Chicago Bears placed veteran tight end Gerald Everett (undisclosed) on the Non-Football Injury list on Friday. The Bears didn't give a specific injury for Everett, but he did injure his knee in the Week 18 regular-season finale with the Los Angeles Chargers. The 30-year-old is now in Chicago in 2024 and will serve as a backup at the position behind Cole Kmet when he's healthy, which will make him unattractive in the vast majority of fantasy leagues. The former second-round pick by the Los Angeles Rams in 2017 has only gone over 500 receiving yards once in his career and has never scored more than four touchdowns in a single season, so his upside was already limited. In 15 games (12 starts) for the Bolts last year, Everett hauled in 51 of his 70 targets for 411 yards and three touchdowns. It remains to be seen if Everett will even be ready for the start of the regular season.

Gerald Everett player page.

July 19, 2024 3:52 PM EST


Van Jefferson, Van Jefferson In Pole Position For WR2 Job

After signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers in free agency this offseason, he is in pole position to start the 2024 season as the No. 2 wideout behind George Pickens. Jefferson showed flashes of being able to handle that role in 2021 with 50 catches and 802 yards with the Los Angeles Rams, but he hasn't done much since then, which is concerning. The 27-year-old also didn't really stand out at all during offseason workouts, so he'll need to show more in training camp and the preseason to stick as the No. 2 as he competes mainly with Calvin Austin III and third-round rookie Roman Wilson. In 17 games (nine starts) with the Rams and Atlanta Falcons in 2023, Jefferson had just 20 receptions on 43 targets for 209 yards and no touchdowns. Even if he does win the WR2 job to open the year, Jefferson can probably be left to the waiver wire in 12-team fantasy leagues.

Van Jefferson player page.

July 12, 2024 1:22 PM EST


Cooper Kupp, Cooper Kupp Listed As Offseason Standout

ESPN's Sarah Barshop lists Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp as one of the team's most surprising offseason standouts, which even she admits is odd. Kupp, who was the 2021 receiving triple-crown winner, has played through significant injuries in each of the past two seasons. He finished 2023 with 59 catches for 737 yards and five touchdowns, his fewest receiving yards since 2018, when he played in only eight games. However, Kupp is healthy this offseason, and it showed on the practice field. Head coach Sean McVay said during organized team activities that he doesn't think "anyone really understands the amount of things [Kupp was] working through last season" with his injury and that the receiver has been able to build his body "from the ground up." Fantasy managers shouldn't be expecting the 2021 version of Kupp anymore, especially with Puka Nacua in the fold, but if he's healthy, he can still deliver value as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 in 2024.

Cooper Kupp player page.

June 29, 2024 1:27 PM EST


Puka Nacua, Puka Nacua In Better Shape Heading Into Sophomore Campaign

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Puka Nacua came out of nowhere and delivered arguably the greatest season for a rookie pass-catcher ever. The BYU product caught 105 passes for 1,486 yards and six touchdowns in the regular season and posted 181 yards in his first playoff game. However, the Rams believe he's in better shape and could make strides in Year 2. "His body is totally different," wide receiver coach Eric Yarber said. "He looks just like Cooper. He's lost so much body fat and gained so much lean muscle, which enabled him to move more efficiently now. And he has better body control. But he did exactly what I said. And you're seeing some of the results right now." The 23-year-old was a top-four wideout in PPR leagues last season, and it sounds like he's doing the right things to remain a fantasy football WR1. Although he might see some regression with a fully healthy Cooper Kupp, he should maintain his spike-week upside.

Puka Nacua player page.

June 27, 2024 4:16 PM EST


Van Jefferson, Van Jefferson Fails To Stand Out This Offseason

The Pittsburgh Steelers needed wide receiver Van Jefferson to stand out during offseason workouts, but he didn't. Spring practices typically don't mean a ton, but nothing has jumped out to suggest that Jefferson can be a difference-maker in 2024 with both Diontae Johnson and Allen Robinson II now out of town. Outside of George Pickens, there is a lot of opportunity in the Steelers' receivers room, but it looks like Jefferson hasn't really seized a role. As we head to training camp at the end of July, Jefferson will be competing with Calvin Austin II, rookie Roman Wilson, Scotty Miller and Quez Watkins for a role in the passing game in his first year in Pittsburgh. The 27-year-old had 20 receptions for only 209 yards and no touchdowns in 17 games (nine starts) with the Falcons and Rams in 2023 and will be a long shot for fantasy relevance outside of very deep leagues as receiver depth.

Van Jefferson player page.

June 17, 2024 2:54 PM EST