2. Cooper Kupp
Losing Kupp to a torn ACL in the middle of last season was a crushing blow for the Rams, and it’s tough not to wonder what could have been if he were healthy enough to suit up in the Super Bowl.
There aren’t many players from smaller schools such as Eastern Washington that go on to have successful NFL careers, but Kupp already appears to be one of the biggest steals from the draft back in 2017, as he’s only going to continue getting better with experience.
Even more exciting, Kupp has a strong history of success against the Saints from two meetings dating back to his rookie campaign, meaning the wideout should be in for another big game on Sunday.
While it was impressive to watch Kupp haul in five catches for 89 yards and a touchdown last season in the team’s regular season meeting with the Saints, the Rams wideout put up even better numbers as a rookie (eight catches for 116 yards).
Knowing Goff, Kupp will see plenty of passes thrown in his direction once again when taking on New Orleans, and could end up being the team’s top receiver on the day based off his history alone with the Saints.