This offseason, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here’s a look at what’s out there for Tuesday, May 22nd about your Los Angeles Rams:
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Post-Draft Concerns: One Burning Question for Each NFC Team</span>
After working to build their rosters over the last few months of the offseason, every team still has at least one concern heading into the 2018 regular season. And now that we have officially launched into rookie minicamps and OTA’s, the NFL.com’s Herbie Teope is examining one burning question for each club in the NFC.
Take a look at the questions regarding the NFC West Division:
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— Arizona Cardinals: Will Josh Rosen be ready if Sam Bradford gets hurt?
— Seattle Seahawks: Will the Seahawks have an offensive line?
— San Francisco 49ers: What happens if Reuben Foster isn't in a 49ers uniform?
— Los Angeles Rams: Can the Rams have chemistry on a retooled team?
“The Rams come off a division-winning season and an 11-5 record, but the team wasn't playing around during the offseason by adding numerous high-profile pieces. The defensive side received a tremendous boost with the acquisitions of cornerback Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib via trade, and then the interior of the defensive line welcomed three-time All-Pro Ndamukong Suh, who pairs with defensive tackle Aaron Donald to potentially cause nightmares for opposing offensive coordinators. Then, the Rams bolstered the offense by acquiring wide receiver Brandin Cooks in a draft-day trade with the New England Patriots. On paper, the Rams look like a team made for Madden. The trick, however, is not altering the cohesion Los Angeles enjoyed in 2017 en route to a postseason berth. Look no further than the 2011 Eagles team, which was dubbed the Dream Team because of the presence of numerous high-profile players. The amount of star power on a single team doesn't mean much if there's no chemistry.”
Which Team Owns the NFC West?
Last week, the crew at Good Morning Football took the time to dissect every division in the NFL and debate which team will effectively “own” the division heading into the 2018 season.
When it came to the NFC West — where the Rams enter this year as reigning division champions — two of four hosts selected Los Angeles as their top NFC Wes team of 2018.
Find out which hosts are going all in for the Rams next season by watching the video below: