9 LA Rams worth tracking for 2020 Fantasy Football

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The LA Rams unsettled roster is still bursting with talent this season. Here are 9 way-too-early players to target for your 2020 NFL Fantasy Football team

The LA Rams offense came up short in 2019 in many ways.  The team never really figured out the running game all season and had a deflated performance out of running back Todd Gurley, while suffering two flat tires out of running backs Malcolm Brown and Darrell Henderson. All in all, the Rams used the running game too little to be effective for Fantasy Football owners.

On the other offensive track, the Rams passing game was overused. QB  Jared Goff certainly threw often enough, but the frequency allowed defenses to take aim at the ball in the air, resulting in far too many interceptions.  The tight-end-by-committee version of both Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett resulted in neither performing well enough to garner attention in FF circles.  The same could be said of the Rams wide receivers Josh Reynolds and typically-productive Brandin Cooks.

The only true production for the year came from modest performances by WR Robert Woods due to just two touchdowns, and WR Cooper Kupp, who led the Rams in receiving yards and added 10 touchdowns to boot.

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With a declining value on the offense, some Fantasy Football owners will likely sour with the Rams skill players in 2020. But the team has hired three new coordinators, including an offensive coordinator, and has already begun to burn the midnight oil and reshuffling the deck on offense, defense, and special teams.