The Los Angeles Rams’ official siteGurley talks about the emotions and energy in the game , being surprised on the fourth down call and being confident they’d convert, and the satisfaction of finishing a tough game in a hostile environmentAndrew Whitworth postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official siteBig Whit talks about the strong offensive production, the team being built by special individuals, and the performance of RB Todd GurleyRobert Woods postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official siteWoody talks about KhaDarel Hodge and Josh Reynolds stepping in and making an impact when needed, feeling the need to step up when Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp went down with injury, and the belief in the defense to make a stop when neededMark Barron postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official siteMark Barron talks about his performance in his first time back in many months, being undecided until gametime, and the strategy behind defending QB Russell WilsonRob Havenstein postgame locker room interview | The Rams’ official siteRob Havenstein talks about going for the 4th-and-short play call, the look of the Seahawks’ defense on the fourth down, and some strange spots and calls in the gameSean McVay postgame press conference | The Rams’ official siteThe Head Coach shares his thoughts with Seahawks owner Paul Allen who was diagnosed with cancer, the decision of going for a major fourth down at the end of the game, Cairo Santos responding with a lot of pressure on him, and needing to improve in the redzoneJared Goff postgame press conference | The Rams’ official siteThe golden boy talks about the decision to go for the quarterback sneak, the quality of the Seahawks’ team, the situation surrounding the Cooks and Kupp injuries, being 5-0 with another divisional win on the road, and the gritty performance from WR Robert WoodsRams rally to remain undefeated | LA TimesGary Klein recaps the game taking a deep dive on the statistics and situations that impacted the gameRams gamble and win to beat the Seahawks to remain undefeated | OC RegisterRich Hammond outlines the game sharing some quotes from key players in the Rams’ major gambling winRams beat Seahawks 33-31: Instant analysis from week 5 win | Rams WireCam DaSilva hands out his game balls John Franklin-Myers Color Rush Jersey , his stat of the game, and shares his game notes4 takeaways from the Rams’ thrilling win | Rams WireAndrew Ortenberg takes a look at four major points in the game ranging from CB Marcus Peters to the Rams’ depth being testedStuds and duds from the Rams’ win | Rams WireCam DaSilva takes a look at his studs and duds which include RB Todd Gurley, Aaron Donald, Robert Woods, Marcus Peters and the run defenseDespite obstacles, Rams and Chiefs offenses can’t be stopped | USA TodaySteve Gardner takes a look at the dominance of the two best offenses in the NFL, as well as other interesting topics in the leagueRams need to find some defensive consistency with big games ahead | ESPNLindsey Thiry recaps the game taking a look at some of the major plays by the defense near the end of the game. Taking a look ahead on the schedule, Thiry points out the Rams’ defense will need to get right quickly with more important games aheadThree impressions from the Seahawks loss to the Rams | Seattle TimesMike Vorel takes a look at the opposite sides point-of-view as a Seattle Seahawks reporter, citing the special teams woes and Frank Clark being the only defender to show up Last week, I emerged from a cloud of indecision and finally decided to bite the bullet and reserve a seat at the Los Angeles Rams’ new stadium in Inglewood for 2020. Ever since my purchase, at least once a day I catch myself gazing at my pdf of the simulated view from my future seat as I drool. During one of these hypnotic drool sessions, I got to wondering which current Rams will most likely be there to take the field on opening day in 2020. Obviously the Rams’ top draft picks over the next two seasons will be there, but which players from this season’s powerhouse will most likely still be around? Keep in mind, this is not a list based on talent alone. Existing (and reasonable) contracts rank a player higher and more likely to be around long-term. Also, the Rams have displayed a tendency to prioritize protecting QB Jared Goff, and providing him with weapons, over positions in places like the secondary. And will the Rams find cap space to retain talented players like DL Michael Brockers Marcus Peters Jersey , LG Rodger Saffold or LB Cory Littleton when they hit the open market?Top 20 Rams most likely to still be on the team when the new stadium opens (2020)1.) QB Jared GoffBarring some catastrophe, Goff will spend the majority of career in Inglewood. In 2020, if the Rams haven’t already worked out an extension, the club can exercise Goff’s fifth-year option, which would pay him the average of the Top 10 quarterbacks at that time.2) DL Aaron DonaldDonald will be right in the thick of his freshly signed extension in 2020, and will still be in his prime. If the Rams ever did part ways with Problem 99, it wouldn’t be until at least 2022, but then again, why would they do that? 3) RB Todd GurleyYes, running backs have a shelf life but Gurley is such a key element in the Rams attack. He’s becoming just the type of transcendent star to help make the Stan Canyon what the Forum once was, during the Showtime Lakers era. Of course, things can change quickly in the NFL, but Gurley’s new deal makes it seem very likely he’ll be around until at least 2021 or 2022. 4) WR Cooper KuppStill playing out his rookie deal at a modest $1.19m in 2020, Kupp will be a Ram, and Jared Goff will feel happy.5) WR Brandin CooksThe Rams have an out in 2021 if they want it, but until then they are married to Cooks, and so far the marriage has been wonderful.6) P Johnny HekkerCurrently locked in until 2022 Aqib Talib Jersey Black Friday , Hekker will be probably still be a Ram in the year 2035. Heck, if not for the dead money that some of the bulkier deals would present, he might be at the top of this list.7) WR Robert WoodsSet to make $7.17m, Woods is a major bargain for the team, especially when looking at other deals that receivers have been getting lately. There wouldn’t be a ton of dead money if Woods and Rams did part ways, but it seems unlikely that will happen any time soon.8) S John Johnson IIIJohnson will be on the final year of his rookie deal, playing for just under a million dollars. The question will be what happens with Johnson in 2021?9) OL Joseph NoteboomNoteboom will likely have gained a starting position on the Rams offensive line by 2020, and will still be playing on his rookie deal.10) RT Rob HavensteinThe team could move on from Big Rob by 2020 should he flounder, but most likely he will represent a fair deal and some continuity for the Rams line.11) CB Nickell Robey-ColemanRobey-Coleman will be set to make $4.5m in 2020, and with Aqib Talib, and possibly Sam Shields moving on by then, there will be plenty of motivation to keep NRC in the mix.12) CB Marcus PetersPeters likely figures into the Rams long-term plans, but so far his audition has been slowed a by a calf strain.13) OL Austin BlytheBlythe has been impressive this season, and will still be under his rookie contract next year. It seems like the Rams would lean toward retaining the young guard, as they also consider their options regarding upcoming free agents Jamon Brown and/or Rodger Saffold.14) DL John Franklin-MyersFranklin-Myers has looked solid so far in his rookie season. Still playing under his rookie deal, and with Suh (and possibly Brockers) departing by 2020, JFM will still be a Ram.15) LG Rodger Saffold IIISaffold has become an elder-statesmen in the locker room , who remembers the lean years. He has also become a heck of a player. If his health continues to hold up, he could earn a nice paycheck after this season as he enters free agency. Saff has indicated that he may be willing to take a slight shave to remain part of what has become a special team. Hopefully common ground can be found to retain Saffold.16) LS Jake McQuaideOf course McQuide will be there, Coach Bones wouldn’t have it any other way. The Pro Bowl long snapper is due $975k in 2020.17) DL Michael BrockersBrockers is a key element in the Rams defense, and it would be painful to lose his services at any point. When he becomes a free agent in 2020, it seems likely that he’ll receive some healthy offers. Will the Rams be able to clear enough space to keep Brockers next to Donald?18) S Marqui ChristianIf the Rams end up moving on from safety LaMarcus Joyner as they’ve done with other secondary studs like Rodney McLeod, Trumaine Johnson, and Janoris Jenkins in the past; Christian is a piece they’d like to keep. His rookie deal will be up in 2019.19) EDGE Samson EbukamEbukam is doing a pretty good job so far this year, and is likely stick around for the remainder of his rookie deal, which runs through 2020. However, Ebukam is currently on a pace to complete the season with only four sacks. If that ends up being the case, it doesn’t seem like a stretch to think the Rams may end up going in a completely different direction on the edge.20) TE Gerald EverettStill on his rookie deal in 2020, maybe Everett will have become a solid contributor by then. We can always hope right?*I totally wanted to write the name Andrew Whitworth on this list, but we’ll see how he feels after a couple more seasons. Health!