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 Friday, Feb. 9th about your Los Angeles Rams:
NFC West Rookie Grades:
Draft season is about to kick into high gear for each of the NFL’s 32 clubs. But before shifting towards the Class of 2018, NFL.com writer Jeremy Bergman is taking a look at 2017’s crop of rookies in the NFC West.
Overall Grade: B+
Round 2: (44) Gerald Everett, TE, 16 games/2 starts.
Round 3: (69) Cooper Kupp, WR, 15 games/6 starts; (91) John Johnson, S, 16 games/11 starts.
Round 4: (117) Josh Reynolds, WR, 16 games/1 start; (125) Samson Ebukam, LB, 16 games/2 starts.
Round 6: (189) Tanzel Smart, DT, 16 games/4 starts; (206) Sam Rogers, FB, 0 games/0 starts.
Round 7: (234) Ejuan Price, DE, 1 games/0 starts.
“Good start for Les Snead in the first year of the Sean McVay era, considering the Rams' first-rounder in 2017 was spent to acquire Jared Goff in '16…”
Find out what else Bergman had to say about the Rams 2017 Draft class, by reading the rest of his article.
Rams, Eagles Among Teams with Biggest Super Bowl Windows:
On Thursday, NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt examined which of the 32 teams in the NFL have the biggest identifiable Super Bowl windows — the longest period of Super Bowl contention — from right now moving forward.
The Rams came in with the second-largest Super Bowl window, meaning that the club should be in the hunt for the Lombardi Trophy for the foreseeable future.
No. 2: The Los Angeles Rams
“It's hard to do much better than having the Offensive Player of the Year (Todd Gurley), Defensive Player of the Year (Aaron Donald) and Coach of the Year (Sean McVay). Los Angeles is stacked with young talent and a strong coaching staff that also includes Wade Phillips, who is always going to be put together a good defense. Quarterback Jared Goff, meanwhile, will only improve. The Rams are in a similar place to the Eagles, only Goff isn't quite at Wentz's level.”