Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay is a rising star in the NFL, while Broncos head coach Vance Joseph may soon be out of a job.
It’s a statement of the obvious that Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay may be the brightest coaching star in the National Football League. It’s equally obvious that Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph looks to be running out of time.
That’s how it goes when your 5-0, likely headed towards 6-0 and with a bounty of talent up and down the LA roster.
As McVay and the Rams prepare for a trip to Denver, Broncos fan is calling for a change at the head coaching spot likely happening sooner rather than later.
Legendary quarterback and Colorado’s favorite son John Elway is faced with a team quickly fading just as one of the best, and perhaps THE best team in the league heads to town for a Week 6 game.
Hey, no such problem for the Rams as McVay is focused on winning in some predicted cold and maybe snowy weather in Denver.
Week 6 is also a study of how quick things can change. The Broncos are only a few years removed from a Super Bowl championship after Elway resurrected the career of a Peyton Manning who looked to be done.
That Elway magic looks to either be gone or suddenly very elusive.
If you’re a Rams fan, consider yourself fortunate. Los Angeles is set up for a few open windows to chase a Lombardi Trophy. They have a talented quarterback and surrounding cast to make such a run for a few years. Say what you want about Jared Goff, and I’ve said a lot, but LA is set at quarterback for the foreseeable future, while the Broncos don’t look to be through the next 11 games.
To distill such contrast to its most simplest consideration, factor that through 21 games McVay has a record of 16-5, while Joseph is trolling the opposite of that with a record of 7-14.
Beginning with McVay, the Rams have managed to check all the boxes beginning with him, while In Denver they have more questions than answers, beginning with a head coach who can’t check even one.