Power-Ranking All 32 NFL Offenses Post-Draft

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    Zooey
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    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2706946-power-ranking-all-32-nfl-offenses-post-draft

    32. Los Angeles Rams
    2017 Offensive Coordinator: Matt LaFleur

    Outside of running back Todd Gurley, the Los Angeles Rams are an absolute wasteland of an offense.

    In 2016, quarterback Jared Goff showed nothing in his few appearances his rookie season, and his weapons for this season are nowhere near elite when you look at wide receivers Tavon Austin, Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods and tight ends Gerald Everett and Tyler Higbee.

    As mentioned before, Gurley is the only bright spot, but how do you expect him to get anything going if the rest of the team around him is what is outlined above? Those opposing defenses could play 10 in the box if they wanted to.

    The Rams offense is definitely the worst in football.

    100 percent.

    #77331
    zn
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    Author = RICHARD JANVRIN
    MAY 2, 2017

    Here’s what Richard is saying these days:

    NFL Predictions Week 10

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2743610

    Houston Texans at Los Angeles Rams (-12, 46.5)

    Like the Steelers/Colts, the Rams will win, but by how much?

    Well, I’ll tell you this: it will be by more than 12. The Texans offense is horrendous with Tom Savage under center, and the Rams have one of the best offenses in the league against a Texans defense that is greatly deteriorated since the beginning of the season.

    This could get ugly.

    Pick: Rams 44, Texans 17

    #77332
    nittany ram
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    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2706946-power-ranking-all-32-nfl-offenses-post-draft

    32. Los Angeles Rams
    2017 Offensive Coordinator: Matt LaFleur

    Outside of running back Todd Gurley, the Los Angeles Rams are an absolute wasteland of an offense.

    In 2016, quarterback Jared Goff showed nothing in his few appearances his rookie season, and his weapons for this season are nowhere near elite when you look at wide receivers Tavon Austin, Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods and tight ends Gerald Everett and Tyler Higbee.

    As mentioned before, Gurley is the only bright spot, but how do you expect him to get anything going if the rest of the team around him is what is outlined above? Those opposing defenses could play 10 in the box if they wanted to.

    The Rams offense is definitely the worst in football.

    100 percent.

    That guy should have his license to practice sports journalism revoked.

    A man would have to be blind not to have foreseen the rebirth of the Rams offense this season.

    The signs were all there to see last season. One only had to look.

    I remember watching one of Goff’s pick sixes last year and thinking to myself, “Soon. Soon those TDs will be going the other way.”

    Any fool could see it.

    #77342
    InvaderRam
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    ya know to be fair this was written before the rams traded for watkins….

    heeheehee…

    #77343
    Zooey
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    ya know to be fair this was written before the rams traded for watkins….

    heeheehee…

    That was my first thought, but then…Watkins hasn’t made much difference. He isn’t a big factor in the offense yet.

    Just wait ’til he is!

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