The Los Angeles Rams could not have asked for a better start to their 2017 campaign. They completely annihilated the Indianapolis Colts, 46-9, in front of their own fans. Sophomore quarterback Jared Goff showed why he was worth the No. 1 pick in 2016, collecting 306 passing yards and one touchdown. Indeed, he looked confident and poised in the pocket.
Game Mens ArDarius Stewart Jersey The Rams have a chance to get off to a 2-0 start for the first time since 2001 — but they have to go through Washington, McVay’s old stomping grounds, to do so. McVay served as Washington’s offensive coordinator from 2014-16. After orchestrating Washington’s third-ranked offense last year, he took the head coaching job in Los Angeles to groom Goff into a franchise quarterback.
McVay’s already responsible for tapping into Kirk Cousins’ potential, so Washington shouldn’t be surprised that Goff is performing well under McVay’s tutelage. The only question now is whether McVay can remain undefeated in this young season by handing Washington its second loss.
Former Colts general manager Bill Polian joined the ESPN LA Morning Show this week to talk football, but said Jackson may need to consider a transition to wide receiver based on his “girth and skill set.”
He’s not alone. Others have, and others will, make the same suggestion in the next few months.
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Thankfully, the group of radio hosts — including former NFL receiver Keyshawn Johnson — reacted incredulously to Polian’s statement and disagreed. As well they should, because it’s ridiculous.