Robert Quinn, who finished last season No. 2 in the league with 19 sacks, started the season off with five consecutive games without a sack. But he is back in old form and will certainly challenge Ryan Clady and the shuffled Broncos' offensive line. Quinn and the rest of the D-Line, including rookie standout Aaron Donald, are all talented and will keep pressure on Peyton Manning, who has been sacked nine times this season. Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher said because of the line's reputation, early in the season they faced more rushing attempts and QBs were getting the ball out quicker. Based on their performances the past four weeks with upset wins over the Seahawks and 49ers, this line has proven it is one of the best in the NFL. It doesn't get much easier behind the line with top-notch linebacker James Laurinaitis. "They are very athletic, great pass rushers up front, very disruptive in the run game," Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase said. "I think they are second in the league as far as negative runs that they force. They've kept a lot of teams in second-and-8-plus, and as far as their pass rush goes, everybody knew last year that was a special unit, and they just didn't get going early for whatever reason... It seems like they are hitting on all cylinders now and that linebacking corps is getting better and in the back end they've shuffled a couple guys around, but for the most part it's a good defense and they pose a lot of challenges for us."