Sean McVay will be part of Madden 18 for the first time now that he’s the head coach for the Los Angeles Rams.
For once, there’s a ton of excitement surrounding the Los Angeles Rams heading into the 2017 season now that Sean McVay has taken over the duties of head coach. Not only did the Rams finish with a disappointing 4-12 record during the 2016 season, but also the offense ranked dead last in the league by only averaging 14 points per game.
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After seeing the success he had as offensive coordinator with the Washington Redskins over the last few years, Los Angeles hopes the addition of McVay will help turn all of that around next year to help the team become contenders in the NFC West once again. It’s certainly not going to be easy, but when looking at all of the changes made to the coaching staff along with the key additions in free agency, the Rams at least seem to be heading in the right direction.
Now that McVay is officially calling the shots for Los Angeles, this means the new head coach will be part of the upcoming release of the popular video game Madden 18. With the designers of the game having plenty of work to do from now until the game’s release before the start of the regular season, the folks at EA Sports recently met up with McVay to make sure his face would be good to go for users wanting to play as the Rams.
For a guy entering his first official season as an NFL head coach, being part of the upcoming Madden 18 has to be an amazing experience for McVay since he’s always been an assistant throughout his career. Just look at his facial expression in the photo the team website was kind enough to upload, and it’s obvious how excited McVay is to be part of the experience.
With that being said, here’s to hoping the Rams find a way to play well enough during the regular season to help McVay feel the same joy he’s expressing in photo above. But then again, chances are that’s not going to happen since McVay is expected to go through some growing pains during his first year as head coach.