A look at the schedule ahead of the Week 2 showdown between the Los Angeles Rams and the Oakland Raiders: The Rams are in Los Angeles to face the Raiders on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 5:25 p.m.
PT in Inglewood, Calif.
They’ll be looking to bounce back after falling to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night.
Rams WR Chris Givens has been dealing with a hamstring injury, while RB Zac Stacy and WR Jared Cook are both dealing with hamstring injuries.
RB Jeremy Langford is also questionable.
The Raiders have been struggling offensively all season, averaging just over 300 yards per game and averaging just more than 12 points per game.
Oakland is coming off a 30-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, with the Rams leading at 17-3 heading into the game.
The Rams were leading at 28-10 at halftime before the Cowboys came back and scored a touchdown to take a 17-10 lead.
The game was tied at 16 late in the third quarter.
Los Angeles had a chance to win the game in the fourth quarter, but didn’t score again.
In the fourth, Oakland scored three touchdowns on its next two drives.
Rams WR Travis Benjamin had a touchdown catch in the first quarter, while WR Kendall Wright also caught a touchdown pass in the second.
WR Amari Cooper caught a TD pass late in that fourth quarter and he’s tied for second in the league in touchdown catches.
Givens missed a touchdown last week, but it’s unlikely that he’ll be out for the Raiders game.
Oakland’s defense, meanwhile, has been one of the best in the NFL, surrendering just 29.2 points per contest and allowing just 24.6 points per outing.
The Raiders are just 2-4 all-time against the Rams and have not won in Los Vegas since a 34-28 win in 2015.
Redskins @ Rams: The Rams are coming off their first loss of the season, 31-24 at home to the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Lions WR Odell Beckham Jr. caught four passes for 78 yards and a touchdown and also ran for another touchdown.
WR Sterling Shepard also caught four balls for 51 yards and another score.
Dontrelle Inman caught two passes for 19 yards and also scored a TD.
RB Roy Helu also ran the ball three times for 27 yards and scored another TD.
Matt Ryan has thrown two interceptions in his last two games against the Raiders, with two coming in the season opener against the Saints.
Ryan is 5-1 against the Chargers, including 1-1 in his past three meetings in Oakland.
Auburn @ Rams – The Rams return to Los Angeles for their first game since last Sunday night’s 41-7 victory at the St. Louis Rams.
The Bears will be looking for their fifth win in six games and fourth straight home win in a row, while the Rams are looking to their first win in Los Santos since a 25-0 win in 2017.
Jared Goff is completing just 39.5 percent of his passes for 472 yards and two touchdowns.
WR Corey Davis is also completing just 37.1 percent of the passes for 526 yards and one touchdown.
RB Todd Gurley is completing 55.2 percent of passes for 1,038 yards and seven touchdowns.
RB Melvin Gordon is also averaging 53.7 yards per contest.
#RamsRBs RBs Jeremy Langberry is on pace to have the best game of his career, as he leads the league with 1,094 yards.
Langberry has averaged 15.6 yards per carry over his last five games.
#RamsWR Corey Davis has had the best month of his NFL career.
He has caught 19 passes for 244 yards and four touchdowns.
#Raiders RBs Melvin Gordon has a league-high nine rushing touchdowns.
He is the only running back in the top 10 in yards per rush this season with at least 20 yards per attempt.
#Bears RBs Todd Gurle is the team’s leading rusher with 1.64 yards per pass attempt.
He leads the NFL with 19 rushing touchdowns and is also second in rushing yards per target.
#Chargers RB Ryan Mathews is averaging just 2.1 yards per catch, but has already had the longest run of the month in his career.
Mathews has totaled 1,824 yards and 15 touchdowns through the first four weeks of the year.#Redskin RB Adrian Peterson is averaging 1.6 rushing yards every other week, while averaging 5.4 yards per rushing attempt.
The most rushing yards Peterson has ever posted is 1,742 yards in a Week 5 game against the Cardinals.
#Ravens RB Terrance West is averaging 8.5 yards per carries over his past two games, but the Ravens have allowed just three touchdowns in those games.
Watkins leads the Rams in targets (35), receptions (