1. Goff finishes with three turnovers
As much as Rams fans don’t want to talk about it, Jared Goff doesn’t always play his best football on the road for Los Angeles, and there are plenty of examples from the 2018 season to back this claim up.
Even in the NFC Championship last January against the Saints, Goff certainly deserves credit for helping Los Angeles punch their ticket to the Super Bowl, but also didn’t exactly have the best of numbers.
While it’s been great to see the Rams see plenty of success from their backfield over the first two games, it is sort of surprising to see Goff enter Week 3 with only two touchdown passes to his name.
And while Cleveland’s defense displayed an awful performance opening weekend against the Tennessee Titans, their Week 2 win over the Jets shows what this unit can do when on top of their game.
Obviously, it’s ridiculous to even compare the offense of the Jets to the Rams since the two groups are on completely different levels, but also this shouldn’t take away from some of the talent the Browns have to work with on defense.
Once again, Goff will see plenty of pressure from Cleveland’s defense throughout Sunday night, and the Los Angeles will need to be extra cautious over potential turnovers, or it could turn into a long evening real fast.