3 reasons Jared Goff could win MVP for Rams during Super Bowl 53

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1. Goff has one of NFL’s best receiving corps

To say Goff’s rookie year was a disaster would be a huge understatement after he failed to win a single game in seven starts, although it wasn’t entirely his fault since the offensive line and receiving corps were both absolute jokes to work with.

Once McVay came on board, everything changed for the best with Goff after watching him address the offensive line by signing Andrew Whitworth along with building a much stronger receiving corps to work with.

It was one thing to add Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, and Josh Reynolds to the mix in 2017 as well, but acquiring Brandin Cooks before the start of this season helped take this offense to a whole new level in one of the best ways possible.

Kupp may not be in the picture for the Super Bowl after suffering a torn ACL in the regular season, but Reynolds has proven he was worth keeping around after watching him step up the way he has.

As previously mentioned, one of the main reasons Goff only has one touchdown pass to his name so far in the postseason is due to the fact that he’s received a ton of support from Gurley and Anderson in the backfield.

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Knowing the Patriots, Bill Belichick will have some sort of genius game plan to take away the run from the Rams as much as possible. If this happens to be the case, at least Los Angeles will feel confident enough in relying on Goff through the air with his elite group of receivers to work with.