2. Kupp always seems motivated to succeed
One can only imagine how heartbroken Kupp was in November when he suffered that torn ACL since the Rams were one of the top contenders in the NFC for a second year in a row, and seemed to have a legitimate shot at earning a trip to the Super Bowl, which ended up happening.
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Right away, Kupp knew the next few months of recovery were going to be one of the most difficult obstacles of his career, but also he was ready for the challenge, and determined more than ever to bounce back stronger.
Between coming from a smaller school in Eastern Washington to the fight it took to show the Rams he deserved to be the No. 3 option at wideout in the passing game, Kupp has always looked like one of the most motivated players on the team to make sure he succeeds on offense.
In other words, if Kupp was able to overcome these previous obstacles, making sure he bounces back stronger than ever from this torn ACL shouldn’t be a problem at all.
After originally being on pace to set all sorts of career highs in 2018, Kupp should expect to crush any previous milestones at receiver if he manages to stay healthy next season for all 16 games.