​Sean McVay's offensive juggernaut in ​Los Angeles was in major jeopardy this week against Denver when two star receivers, speedster ​Brandin Cooks and the sure-handed Cooper Kupp, suffered concussions in a Week 5 win over Seattle. 


Luckily for the Rams, they will have the services of both Cooks and Kupp in Week 6. 

Seahawks safety Tedric Thompson made his presence felt, helping knock out both Kupp and Cooks in last week's contest. The hit on Cooks was a particularly violent one. 

Todd Gurley's superhuman feats, McVay's unparalleled creativity, and Jared Goff's impeccable touch down the field are all important cogs in the machine that is the Rams offense, but having Kupp, Cooks, and Robert Woods all out there in 11 personnel is just as important. 


They are the only trio to all have more than 400 receiving yards in the first five games of the season. 

​​A Broncos secondary that is not even a week removed from getting ripped apart by Isaiah Crowell, Sam Darnold and the Jets will have their hands full against LA. 


Having all three of Goff's top receiving targets healthy is bad news for Todd Bowles.