Rams defensive end Michael Brockers, left, and Aaron Donald after Brockers'...

Rams defensive end Michael Brockers, left, and Aaron Donald after Brockers' sack against the Patriots last Thursday night. Credit: AP/Jae C. Hong

JETS (0-13) AT RAMS (9-4), SoFi Stadium, 4:05 p.m.


Line: Rams by 17; O/U 43 1/2

TV: Ch. 5 (Kevin Kugler, Brock Huard)

Radio: ESPN-98.7-FM (Bob Wischusen, Marty Lyons); Sirius 108; XM 384


JETS: QUESTIONABLE: WR Jamison Crowder (calf).

RAMS: QUESTIONABLE: OLB Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, OL Brian Allen, LB Justin Hollins (all not injury related).


Rams DT Aaron Donald vs. Jets offensive line

The Rams move the premier interior lineman all around, but wherever Donald lines up he wreaks havoc and wrecks games for offenses. The NFL sack leader with 12.5 is having another Defensive Player of the Year type of season for the league’s No. 1 defense. The Jets will double Donald often, maybe every play. Sam Darnold will need to get the ball out quickly and make good decisions or it could be a really long day for the Jets.


"Aaron Donald’s a good player. He definitely pops out on tape, especially it seems like whenever a play needs to be made, he’s always there making it. So it’ll be fun playing against him."

-- Jets QB Sam Darnold


The Jets looked like they were mentally done last week. This winless group gave up the fight against Seattle when things didn’t go well early and suffered a season-worst 37-point loss. Whatever mental toughness and pride the Jets have left will be tested against the Rams. This one could get ugly, and even uglier if they let the adversity and challenges they’re sure to face beat them down.


0: Games that the Rams have allowed 300 net passing yards and 300-yard passing games that the Jets have had this season.

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