7 solid reasons why LA Rams win NFC West next season

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Reason 6- Rams offensive line will be deeper, more experienced, and less injured

As soon as the LA Rams began promoting rookies and backups to the 2019 starting role at offensive line, the 2020 version of the offensive line benefitted. . The 2019 unit suffered from inexperience. But the 2020 unit immediately boasts a deep roster from that 2019 experience. Now the Rams have depth at multiple offensive line positions, where a year ago the team had inexperienced rookies.

That makes a huge difference in several ways.

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For the players who are returning from injury, the Rams now have sufficient depth at each position to allow those players to heal fully.  That means more competition in training camp, and a more robust 53-man roster in 2020.

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For players who saw playing time in 2019 who must now compete for playing time once more, that 2019 experience gives them a huge advantage heading into training camp. They now have real game-time experience, and have fought in the trenches in NFL games. It’s a simple step to apply what they faced in 2019 into their 2020 training and practices.  More competition means better quality of play for the team.