NFC Wildcard Contender ‘Bubble’ Claims Former Ram Off Waivers.

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NFC Wildcard Contender ‘Bubble’ Claims Former Ram Off Waivers.

On Wednesday, November 3, a Los Angeles Rams player who was waived by the team was picked up by an NFC team in early contention for a wildcard berth.

The Minnesota Vikings have claimed defensive lineman Jonah Williams, who was dismissed by the team on Tuesday, according to Houston radio personality and NFL insider Aaron Wilson.

Jonah Williams was claimed off waivers by the Vikings from the Rams.

November 3, 2021 — Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson NFL)

The Vikings are currently 3-4 in the NFC North, trailing only the Green Bay Packers (7-1) in the rankings. The Vikings are rated as a bubble team by nfl.com in an early look at the NFC playoff picture, now ranked eighth overall and ahead of fellow 3-4 team the San Francisco 49ers.

The Vikings are one game behind the Carolina Panthers for the seventh and final wildcard position in the conference.

What Williams is about to go on

Williams will wear purple on gamedays, a color he has previously donned.

Prior to joining the Rams, he was a standout at Weber State, where he dominated the Big Sky Conference’s trenches.

He had 194 tackles, 28 stops for a loss, three forced fumbles, and three loose footballs while wearing the purple, white, and black.

In 2019, his final season in Ogden, Utah, he was named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year. On April 26, 2020, the Rams signed him to a free agent contract.

I’m off to Los Angeles!

Jonah Williams of Weber State has signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Rams. @RamsNFL pic.twitter.com/M961rYAEiv #PurpleReign #WeAreWeber #BigSkyFB @RamsNFL pic.twitter.com/M961rYAEiv

April 26, 2020 — Weber State Football (@weberstatefb)

Before the start of the 2021 season, Williams made the final 53-man roster. But now I’m heading north.

With 846 rushing yards allowed, the Vikings are presently ranked 15th in the league. Minnesota, on the other hand, has allowed opponents to average 4.6 yards per carry, putting them in 26th place overall.

Minnesota has performed much better against the pass, ranking ninth in yards allowed and second in sacks, trailing only the league-leading Rams.

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