3. Brett Jones
Isn’t it amazing how much better the offensive line has been for the Rams over the last two seasons when looking at where the unit was before McVay came on board?
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There are plenty of reasons behind the amazing turnaround of Los Angeles since that horrendous 2016 season in which they won just four games, and the improved offensive line ranks deserves to be near the top of the list.
And while there are plenty of reasons for the Rams to feel confident about the unit coming through once again in 2019, it will be interesting to see how the offensive line handles a few offseason adjustments.
Take a look at John Sullivan for instance after Los Angeles made the difficult decision to move on from the veteran center this offseason to pave the way for Brian Allen taking over the starting role.
Rightfully so, the Rams have every reason to believe Allen will live up to the hype with the way he’s looked this offseason, but bringing on another center like Brett Jones could be a solid backup plan.
After starting three games in 2018 for the Vikings, Jones may be out of luck with the job now that Garrett Bradbury is on board, meaning if the Rams were interested, Minnesota may seem more willing to trade the 27-year-old center.