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Are the Los Angeles Rams true Super Bowl contenders?

the Arizona Cardinals
the Rams,
sure."Martin Rogers
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Aaron Donald
Matthew Stafford
Eric Dickerson
Sean McVay’s
Kyler Murray
Kliff Kingsbury
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Los Angeles Rams
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the Super Bowl

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By Martin RogersFOX Sports ColumnistThe Los Angeles Rams haven’t had a record this good since the last time they went to the Super Bowl, haven’t looked this good in much longer than that, haven’t had a defender as good as Aaron Donald in perhaps forever, and finally have, in Matthew Stafford, a quarterback who instills some genuine confidence.But Eric Dickerson wants more.Dickerson, the iconic Rams running back who shattered countless records and defensive hearts in the 1980s, isn’t entirely sold on Los Angeles ahead of the team’s wild-card clash with the Arizona Cardinals on Monday (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN).And while hopes are high in Tinseltown that a long and fruitful playoff run beckons, Dickerson has some worrying factors nagging him about Sean McVay’s stacked squad."The team is so talented on both sides of the ball," Dickerson told me in a telephone conversation this week. "Winning or losing (late in the season) really hasn't been much of a factor on how teams do … so we're going to choose to say it doesn't mean (expletive)."However, the question remains as to which version of the Rams is going to show up when it matters.In Week 14, L.A. was far too strong, dominating the Cardinals in a performance that saw Donald terrorize Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray.

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