Rams: 5 Ways Los Angeles Can Beat the Chiefs in Week 11

The countdown to one of the best games on paper is almost completed. The Los Angeles Rams will square off against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.

Both teams come into the game having records of 9-1, boasting two of the leagues best offenses. The over/under for the game is 63.5 in Vegas, which makes it the highest over/under in NFL history.

The Rams are coming off a 36-31 victory against the Seattle Seahawks, while the Chiefs defeated the Arizona Cardinals 26-14 in Week 10.

The lights will be shining in Los Angeles, as multiple MVP candidates are suiting up in this one. The young quarterbacks in Jared Goff and Patrick Mahomes will duel, while Todd Gurley and Kareem Hunt try to outdo the other.

Both offenses are loaded with weapons besides those guys, with the Chiefs having Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Sammy Watkins. The Rams have Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods and Josh Reynolds now (since Cooper Kupp went down with injury).

These offenses rank 2nd and 3rd respectively in scoring offense. The Chiefs score at a clip of 35.3 points per game, while the Rams score 33.5 points per game.

The long-awaited contest between these two teams is finally here, giving fans of football a possible preview of the Super Bowl.

If the Rams hope to defeat a team as talented as the Chiefs, they must do a multitude of things to get the job done. Here is what they must do to come out victorious and improve to 10-1 on the season.

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