3. Bortles gets to work with McVay, Goff
Two years ago, the Rams decided to take a huge risk by making McVay the youngest head coach in NFL history, and to say it paid off in a big way would be a huge understatement.
Originally, Los Angeles seemed like they would need at least a year or two of rebuilding under McVay, but the head coach wasted little time making his presence felt by having the Rams become a threat in the NFC during the 2017 season.
Two years later, Los Angeles is coming off back-to-back NFC West titles along with a trip to the Super Bowl, and while there are numerous reasons behind the success, one factor that stands out the most is the development of Goff.
One of the main reasons why the Rams were so high on McVay in the first place back in 2017 was due to his history of quarterback development, mainly the work he put in as an offensive coordinator with the Washington Redskins working with Kirk Cousins.
What McVay has been able to accomplish over the last two years working with Goff has truly been incredible to witness, and if any duo can help Bortles elevate his game to a new level as the newest member of the Rams, it’s these two.