Eagles versus Rams: 10 opposing L.A. stars other than Aaron Donald who are worth watching

We all know who Aaron Donald is. He's someone to watch in Week 5, but believe it or not, the Rams have other playmakers too.
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Here are a few other Rams offensive weapons that the Eagles will need to account for as well.

Matthew Stafford has some talented skill players at his disposal. Eagles defensive coordinator Sean Desai and his unit will most certainly have their hands full.

2. Puka Nacua, wide receiver

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We're thinking you have heard this guy's name a time or two. Puka Nacua has taken the NFL by storm. Being drafted in the fifth round and responding by leading your team in targets (52), receptions (39), 501 receiving yards (338), and one receiving TD will do that for you.

3. Kyren Williams, running back

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Here's the guy that the Eagles need to stop in the Rams' rushing attack. 64 total carries have led to 245 rushing yards and five TDs. He's also a decent receiver. He has notched 101 yards and a TD on 11 receptions.

4. Tyler Higbee, tight end

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The Eagles' defense tends to have its issues with opposing tight ends that can ball. Tyler Higbee definitely qualifies. Currently, he ranks third on L.A.'s offense in both receptions (16) and receiving yards (196).

5. Rob Havenstein, right tackle

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Rob Havenstein handles right tackle duty which means he's responsible for keeping Haason Reddick and guys that tend to attack from the left side of the Eagles' pass rush off of his quarterback. This could be an area that the Birds choose to attack.