1. Bigger plays on offense
When taking into consideration that Los Angeles put up 39 points in their win over San Francisco, one would think this meant plenty of big plays on offense, and rightfully so when looking at some of their performances from throughout the regular season. Believe it or not, the longest play from Sunday for the Rams happened to be 32 yards from Woods, which is kind of crazy to think about.
What Sean McVay has been able to accomplish in such a short period of time in Los Angeles is truly amazing to witness, as the head coach continues to prove he’s an offensive mastermind when looking at all of the explosive plays from the last two months. And since the Packers will be looking to put together plenty of big of their own, the Rams may not be able to afford another game in which their longest play goes for just 32 yards.
Luckily for McVay and company, this hopefully won’t be a problem since the argument can be made that one of the main reasons why their biggest play against the 49ers only went for 32 yards was due to the fact that a big play wasn’t needed as much. Since the Rams were in control for just about all of the contest during their win against the 49ers, McVay could afford to be a little more conservative with the play calling.