LOS ANGELES RAMS
If any sporting event could actually outlive its value, the NFL Pro Bowl is that event. It's time for the NFL to put the game out of its own misery.
As the Rams get their OTA's underway, news about where L.A. is with the defensive unit is a main headline. Also, Todd Gurley goes Hollywood.
Being the youngest team in the NFL, QB Jared Goff will be looked at to step up and lead. Big shoes for any rookie. Bet that this guy will be up to the task.
One item the Rams have not been able to cross of their list for 2016; Leadership. As of now, finding that person is not so easy in Los Angeles.
The notebook opens up to some big happenings for the Rams. From a Super Bowl to Tyler Higbee, Jared Goff's work ethic, and a last call for Wes Welker.
Wes Welker is at the crossroads of his NFL career. If there was ever a player who was due for a permanent offseason, it's this former Rams receiver.
The Rams might not fit the text book definition of 'Cinderella" just yet, but they might in 2017. Look for a strong .500 to be a smart pick for this season.
ESPN gave the Rams a C+ for the Draft. I think they deserve more credit for rolling the dice & drafting Jared Goff, something they disagree with.
Todd Gurley received high praise from some NFL veterans. Can he live up to it? If the Rams construct the right game plan, who knows what his ceiling can be.
The NFL is fighting a losing battle. Rams QB Case Keenum is an example of gaps that exist between reality, and what the league doesn't want you to know.
Jared Goff is impressing Rams coaches in Los Angeles. Whether it's his work ethic, or the progress he is making, Rams fans can be sure he is the right guy.
The NFL voted to bring the Super Bowl back to L.A. in 2021. Also, is Rams owner Stan Kroenke the most powerful man in Southern California?
The worst thing that could happen in L.A. is for Jeff Fisher to be Jeff Fisher where this Rams offense is involved. in 2016, imagination will be required.