LOS ANGELES RAMS
As Jared Goff showed in L.A., the college game is producing mostly spread type QB's. Can the NFL grow to where that is less of a liability for a franchise?
The Los Angeles Rams continue to shape and re-shape their off-season, with news about Jared Goff and Todd Gurley headlining.
As Super Bowls go, this one wasn't very good for the NFL until the last hour Sunday night. But the great thing about sports, is it can change quickly.
Rams RB Todd Gurley has come under criticism for what can be described as a bad sophomore season. Make no mistake, he was a disaster in L.A.
The Rams and Chargers will assume an interesting role when they begin preparations for the 2017 NFL campaign: Expansion teams.
With Sean McVay a lot is possible in L.A., but more importantly, it's now time for Jared Goff to make a move, and not the lateral kind.
Washington Redskins writer for Cover32 Leonard Kirby weighs in on new Rams head coach Sean McVay, as do those "in the know" in D.C.
Words like "toxic" & "dysfunction" would describe the Rams long before "winning". New head coach Sean McVay will tasked with flipping that culture.
In hiring Sean McVay as head coach, the Los Angeles Rams and COO Kevin Demoff may have finally gotten the right guy, at the right time.
Rams QB Jared Goff ranks last according to NFL.com. Also, TV ratings are off in Los Angeles, and the Chargers may be headed north.
Kevin Demoff gets it wrong when he said the Los Angeles Rams aren't “a rebuild.” They are. He's also tasked to fix problems that run deep in L.A.
The Arizona Cardinals laid the wood to the Los Angeles Rams, beating them soundly, as so many have 44-6 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
If the Rams are hoping to extrapolate a “moral victory” tomorrow in their final game of a disastrous NFL season, then their flaws run much more deep.