1. Suh takes Super Bowl odds for Rams to new level
Hearing the Rams are in a win-now mode will never get annoying when taking into consideration just how long it’s been since this team was seen as a legitimate threat, and after winning the NFC West title this past season, the team only seems to be scratching the surface of their potential. If teams were surprised over the success Los Angeles had during McVay’s first year as head coach, just imagine over the possibilities of what could be in store for year two.
All of a sudden, the Rams appear to be built strong enough to make sure they’re strong Super Bowl contenders for years to come, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t going to consider additional weapons if it helps. Only time will tell when it comes to whether Suh ends up being one of those players, but if the defensive veteran truly wanted a legitimate shot at earning his first Super Bowl ring, Los Angeles may be his best shot.
As bad as it sounds, there’s no telling what to expect when it comes to how many more effective years Suh has left in the NFL when looking at how much of a beating his body has taken throughout his career. And when seeing how Suh may be in a great position to contribute to a team that was already considered a legitimate Super Bowl contender, adding the defensive superstar would take those already strong odds to win it all to a whole new level for the Rams if the two sides were to give this a chance to make it work.