If you read this column regularly (God bless your soul) Womens John Sullivan Jersey , then you’re well aware that my bold predictions are like shots in the dark aimed in the opposite direction. :The five touchdowns was too bold, but RB Todd Gurley II had never ran for 200+ yards, so I’m just going to say what we’re all thinking: the Rams fans are Todd Gurley’s muse. But now the Los Angeles Rams travel to Santa Clara where the hated San Francisco 49ers pretend that they’re still in San Francisco. Most of the Rams fans are picking the Rams to stomp all over the Niners even though it’s their third road game and San Francisco didn’t look horrible vs. the Packers last week. So, what’s going to happen?Let’s get bold.Bryce Hager has himself a dayLB Bryce Hager is one of those classic underdog players that is training harder than other players at his skill level. Basically, Hager is a hustle guy for Coach Bones. I like the kid and I’m boldly predicting that he’ll have two, count ‘em two, huge plays on special teams. One of these plays will be a blocked punt and the other will be a fumble recovery. This will happen. Trust me.Greg Zuerlein comes up big with a game winnerHow I’ve missed Greg the Leg. How many bowls of nachos were thrown across a living room due to the inadequate kicking skills of Sam Ficken and Cairo Santos? Too many to count. But this Sunday, Zuerlein will mark his return by breaking the hearts of the tech bros in attendance when he nails a 55-yard kick to take the lead. Yes, my sub-bold prediction is that the game will be too close for comfort in the 4th quarter. I’m just saying that a bold prediction is that the Niners hang with the Rams until the last five minutes when Jared Goff and Todd Gurley take over. Then, good ol’ Zuerlein will drive it home with his newly constructed groin (probably not the technical term Youth Marcus Peters Jersey , but my medical knowledge is limited to having watched four seasons of Scrubs.)A pick 6 for fan favorite Cory LittletonILB Cory Littleton was talked about a lot in the offseason due to his “unknown factor” that is quickly eroding because the dude can ball. So, yeah, he’s gonna intercept a weak C.J. Beathard passing attempt and then he’s going to trot over 60 yards for a glorious touchdown. With Cooper Kupp out, the tight ends emerge and dominateIt’s crazy how many snaps TE Tyler Higbee has gotten this season while barely getting noticed by anyone. He’s the Patrick Swayze in Ghost of offensive skill players. And while TE Gerald Everett has shown his ability for splash plays, he hasn’t nearly reached his potential. And with a week to implement a game plan without the services of slot receiver Cooper Kupp, I predict that Coach McVay will go back to his first love: an offensive scheme that generosity dishes out passes to two tight ends. Both Higbee and Young Gerald will amass over a hundred yards in receptions as they make a statement that these guys are good; it’s just that WR Brandin Cooks, WR Robert Woods, and WR Cooper Kupp are really good.Jared Goff will throw for over 400 yards and 3 TDsWhen I make my report card for the Rams on Sunday night, I’m betting that I will be giving the Mighty Goff an A+ for his efforts. And a bonus prediction: he’ll score another perfect QB rating. Similar to last week’s game, the Rams are going to find themselves in a competitive matchup. C.J. 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"It don't really matter. At the end of the day, just got to go out there."No surprise, the Rams relied on a steady dose of Gurley as they improved to 6-0 in sending the Broncos (2-4) to their fourth straight loss. Gurley carried the ball 28 times and averaged 7.4 yards per carry.On a day when players could see their breath, Gurley and many others didn't bundle up. No long sleeves for him. He did wear a ski mask under his helmet.His job complete Youth Robert Woods Jersey , Gurley layered up to greet the conditions by putting on a hooded sweat shirt, heavy jacket and a stocking cap."Weather is weather," receiver Brandin Cooks said. "We knew we had to come and do our job the best that we can."One slight brain freeze: Coach Sean McVay regretted some of his decisions."I thought I put us in some horrible spots throughout the game, really getting impatient, forcing things that weren't there," McVay lamented. "The players bailed me out, finding a way to win."The Rams don't normally take the field in these kinds of conditions. To prepare, quarterback Jared Goff tried out gloves on both hands in pregame and went with them during the contest."It's kind of a give-and-take and I felt more comfortable with them," explained Goff, who was 14 of 28 for 201 yards and one interception. "We are from Los Angeles, where it is hot and it's cold here. Having to go through that Womens Michael Brockers Jersey , feeling the cold, getting through that with a win is great. Once we got out there and were moving around, it wasn't much of a factor."Just another day at the office."A new experience," Rams defensive lineman Michael Brockers said. "I think we kind of showed the world, that just because you're from L.A., you can play in any kind of weather as long as you mentally prepare for it."Offensive lineman Rob Havenstein played at Wisconsin, where cold-weather games happen with frequency. But that was a few seasons ago. He's grown accustomed to the California sun since being selected by the Rams in the second round of the 2015 draft."I'm not as hardened as I once was in Wisconsin," cracked Havenstein, whose work up front with his fellow linemen allowed the Rams to finish with 270 yards on the ground. "This wasn't too cold. The wind wasn't breezy or anything like that. It wasn't snow flying down. It was cool getting in a little snow game."About that, tailback Malcolm Brown doesn't consider this a snow game even if there were a few flurries. Being from Texas, he wants his first snow game to be filled with plenty of accumulation."It was fun anyway www.losangelesramsteamonline.com ," said Brown, who finished with 24 yards on five carries. "I'll play in any weather, as long as I'm playing ball."The cooler conditions didn't bother defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Then again, he's from Pittsburgh."Good football weather," Donald said. "It just reminded me of home. That's all it did."After the game, Gurley was asked how it felt to pick up chunks of yardage on virtually every carry."It's cool," Gurley said.A fitting response.