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Will he be like Jeff Fisher and focus on players that have only been property of the Washington Redskins? Will he be like Milquetoast Linehan and just do whatever his defensive coordinator tells him to do or will he be like Steve Spagnuolo and go for one year rentals on players that best days are behind them?
Hopefully none of the above, but if the Rams start looking like Redskin West I’m going to be somewhat concerned. I don’t mind maybe one or two signings, but let’s hope unlike under past regimes the Wunderkind can showcase he is truly beyond his years to not focus on players that are (FOSM) Friends of Sean McVay.
This is also an area where General Manager Les Snead needs to stand up and showcase he’s improved in this area. If the Rams let Trumaine Johnson walk, they will need to sign a significant Cornerback a wide receiver and an offensive lineman and the Rams cannot afford to whiff in free agency like they did time and time again under Jeff Fisher Kenny Britt & Williams...
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I don't know who this McVay guy is, he keeps talking about,
but the world "special" sure is getting thrown around a lot
Tonight, four to eight new members will selected to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio on August 5th. The Class of 2017 will be announced tonight sometime during the FOX Broadcast of "NFL Honors" from 8-10 p.m. ET. The finalists are:
15 Modern-Era Finalists
- Morten Andersen
- Tony Boselli
- Isaac Bruce
- Don Coryell
- Terrell Davis
- Brian Dawkins
- Alan Faneca
- Joe Jacoby
- Ty Law
- John Lynch
- Kevin Mawae
- Terrell Owens
- Jason Taylor
- LaDainian Tomlinson
- Kurt Warner
- Kenny Easley
- Jerry Jones
- Paul Tagliabue
Any predictions on who makes it?
I'm sure Gurley shares some of the blame, as there were times he seemed to make bad running decisions. That being said, it's laughable for any former coaches to call him out when their coaching was unbelievably bad. Do they not remember the first game of the season where the pre-snap motion blatantly telegraphed where the plays were going?
It's purely conjecture on my part, by I'm betting this is coming from either Fisher or Boras to cover for their own incompetence.
Report: Former Rams coaches blame Gurley for his 2016 struggles
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley took a massive step back from his outstanding rookie campaign this past season,...
Despise the man all you want(and yes there will always be an asterisk by his name due to cheating), but the man knows how to coach a winning team. Here he speaks about how he got his defense to improve.
Since Kroenke and Snead have made mention of how they wanted to follow the Patriots plan for success, McVay and Phillips might want to heed his advice.
It's not enough to have talented players on defense. They also have to be mentally able to carry out the game plan. They then have to be coached to play cohesively together.
Belichick explains defensive improvement in simple terms
Posted by Mike Florio on January 23, 2017
For much of the...
I am excited for these games. Should both be good matchups.
Pick 2 in the poll.
Also... consider making a SportsBook wager;
NFL Nation reporters predict the outcomes and scores for this weekend's conference championship games.
The Steelers might be the hotter team and Le'Veon Bell is poised to break the Patriots' 24-game streak of not allowing 90-plus rushing yards to a single...
Courtesy of @Florida_Ram
Head CoachSean McVay
Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips
Special Teams Coordinator John Fassel
Asst. Head Coach Joe Barry
Linebackers Coach Joe Barry
Defensive Line Coach Bill Johnson
Quarterbacks Coach Greg Olson
Offensive Line Coach Aaron Kromer
Wide Receivers Coach
Tight Ends Coach
Running Backs Coach Skip Peete
Secondary Coach Aubrey Pleasant (Rumored)/Samson Brown
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Updated by Moderator Jan-28
List layout courtesy of @Mackeyser...
Let's see how well we can keep this organized... we'll try to keep the first post updated.
Update courtesy of @Merlin
Los Angeles Rams
- John Fassel, interim head coach (Rams): Interviewed
- Harold Goodwin, offensive coordinator (Cardinals): To be interviewed
- Josh McDaniels, offensive coordinator (Patriots): To be interviewed Sat.
- Doug Marrone, interim head coach (Jaguars): To be interviewed
- Anthony Lynn, interim head coach (Bills):...
Rams to launch “wide-ranging” search on Friday
Posted by Mike Florio on December 15, 2016, 8:34 PM EST
The Rams have had a busy week, far too busy to commence the process of looking for a new head coach. After Thursday night’s game against the Seahawks, however, the effort to find a replacement for Jeff Fisher will begin.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Rams will embark on a “wide-ranging” coaching search on Friday. The team will lean toward a coach with an offensive background, but the Rams haven’t ruled out the possibility of hiring a defensive coach.
Those parameters necessarily will land Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels (who served as the offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams in 2011) and Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan on the list of potential candidates.
Getting the job surely will entail...
Don't know why any fan base of an opposing team, even on the road, would be worried about playing the Rams these days. But here you go...a cautious bunch of fans for the most part.
We l know Goff is starting now. Just in case anyone didn't notice yesterday the Rams had 7 first downs and 162 yards total offense.
We need to go in next week and just demolish this opponent.
That being said, the Pats only won by 16 in spite of that offensive output
If we somehow dropped this next game to the Rams, with all these injuries we could go belly up and end 7-9 or 8-8.
Our offense wont be facing their offense....so not sure how we will destroy them.
They beat Seattle at home....I wouldnt take them lightly....the record is misleading.
Their record is not misleading. They...
The Rams' highest-graded offensive player on Sunday, per Pro Football Focus: LT Greg Robinson. Score of 79.2. Not much else to choose from, but still a bit encouraging for the former No. 2 overall pick, who was benched last week.
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