Rams wide receiver Robert Woods says Superdome crowd 'won't have an impact'

Dave Cohen, WWL First News early edition
January 18, 2019 - 10:20 pm

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As the Rams prepare to play the Saints in the Superdome for the NFC Championship on Sunday, one Rams player says the New Orleans crowds will not be an issue.

"The crowd shouldn't have an impact and won't have an impact," Robert Woods told reporters.

The receiver said he will have the Who Dat Nation "completely blocked out."

Woods also said that the Rams could control the Superdome crowd by making plays.

"Just keep their fans quiet... Make the stadium ours."

He also insisted that he won't even notice the fans in the stands.

"You're not hearing the fans or the crowd until after the play," Woods said.

Apparently his coaches don't share the same confidence and have been trying to prepare for the deafening noise.

"Loud music could be heard from inside the Rams media workroom at the Thousand Oaks practice facility throughout the week as the L.A. prepares for the championship atmosphere in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome," according to a report on the Rams website.

Click here to read the full transcript from Woods' session with the media...

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