Check out this video in which the Los Angeles Rams take fans behind the scenes to show how they found their schedule for the 2017 season.
Despite only winning four games all of last year, the Los Angeles Rams have taken the necessary steps in the right direction to make sure they perform at a much higher level for the 2017 season now that Sean McVay is on board as head coach. While the upcoming NFL Draft will be a hot topic over the next few days, last week’s schedule release gave Rams fans plenty of reasons to be excited for September to finally arrive.
From their home opener against the Indianapolis Colts to an epic showdown between Jared Goff and Carson Wentz in December, Los Angeles has a handful of games to look forward to next season outside of the NFC West. But as exciting as the actual release of the schedule was for fans to finally see, the best experience of all may have been the behind the scenes action of the reveal the team was willing to share on social media.
Most of the time, fans can only imagine what it’s like behind closed doors for situations like this, which is why it was cool to allow fans to get in on the experience. Thanks to the team site for the Rams, fans were able to see the excitement behind members of the organization seeing the schedule for the first time, including McVay.
Pretty cool video for fans to see from the Rams, as the team hopes 2017 will be the year they make the jump to being contenders in the NFC once again. Los Angeles seemed to be heading that direction at the beginning of the 2016 season after a 3-1 start, but that quickly went away after the team would go on to lose 11 of their next 12 games.
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Hopefully, all of that changes now with Goff heading into his first full season as the starter for an offense that ranked at the bottom of the league last year by only averaging 14 points per game. And with the schedule officially out, here’s to hoping the next few months fly by so football can finally take over Sundays once again.