Here are the five biggest threats to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC following Week 3 of the 2019 season.
Thanks to the Los Angeles Rams hanging on to a 20-13 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night, Sean McVay‘s team continued to make another strong statement over being one of the top teams to beat in the NFC.
Despite coming up short in the Super Bowl last February to the New England Patriots, the Rams were still expected to be one of the early favorites in the NFC to make another run at the big game, with hopefully better results this time around.
Three games certainly doesn’t determine whether this will actually happen or not, but Los Angeles has every reason to be thrilled over their 3-0 start so far since their September schedule in general was pretty brutal at first glance.
To watch the Rams already come through with wins over the Browns, New Orleans Saints, and Carolina Panthers shows this team means business as far as the top teams in the NFC are concerned.
Even more exciting for the Rams, two of those wins happened to come on the road in Cleveland and Carolina, which is never an easy task for any team to accomplish.
Of course, the 2019 season is still young, and plenty could happen for Los Angeles between now and the end of December, but this shouldn’t stop the Rams from feeling confident about their chances to compete within the conference.
As for which teams Los Angeles should fear the most within the NFC, well similar to last week, let’s take a look at the five biggest threats after three games.