The Los Angeles Rams have been anything but predictable this offseason. Could that be something we see from LA come the 2018 NFL Draft?
Say what you will about the 2018 NFL offseason for the Los Angeles Rams, just don’t say it was predictable.
Call it aggressive, extraordinary, unforeseen, impressive, or landscape-changing, but predictable-no way.
Los Angeles is on the verge of ushering a different brand of football not just in a city who hosts two NFL teams, but in the NFC West.
And don’t forget, this Rams team was a 4-12 dumpster not yet two full seasons ago.
Bottom line, LA General Manager Les Snead has found a new mojo for this team. Beginning with Coach of the Year Sean McVay, the Rams have shown they are not the least bit afraid to roll the dice. They see winning as an equalizer for any locker room issues or penalty-filled afternoon courtesy of Ndamukong Suh.
They also aren’t afraid of tossing a curve ball when you least expect it.
Suh after those two?
Hey, why not?
So, will that carry over come the 2018 NFL Draft?
If the Rams have shown us one thing in the month of March, it’s that anything is on the table.
Meaning that when you’re all in on winning a Super Bowl, anything is possible.