28. Los Angeles Rams
Don’t be fooled by how last year turned out for the Los Angeles Rams as this team has been making the necessary moves this offseason to build a solid coaching staff around Jared Goff. One of the main reasons why the former No. 1 pick struggled so much in the seven games he started as a rookie was due to a poor offensive line along with having one of the weakest receiving corps in the league.
Lucky for Goff, Los Angeles wasted no time with addressing these two needs on the first official day of free agency with the signings of Andrew Whitworth and Robert Woods. There’s a good chance that no player was more excited over the Whitworth signing than Todd Gurley after the running back failed to record a single 100-yard game during his sophomore season, and the veteran should have an immediate impact with improving the offensive line.
As for Woods, the wideout may not compared to some of the other players at the position from this year’s free agency class, but the Rams hope he can turn out to be a steal. Who knows, maybe a young player like Woods can develop the necessary chemistry with Goff to help improve an offense that only averaged 14 points per game last season.