LA Rams: Wednesday walkabout of the NFC West

Mandatory Credit: Asb 1126 Thanksgiving Dinner
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LA Rams NFC West
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Hello all, today we sit down to examine the NFC West in a weekly feature we’d like to call our Wednesday Walkabout of the NFC West. For this week, it will be newcomer Jay Blucher (me) and our site-expert, Bret Stuter, discussing the NFC West.  Why do that now? Well, the only true way to get a grasp of what the LA Rams’ chances will be to succeed in the 2021 NFL Season is to get into the habit of looking at the NFC West division now.

Besides, it’s always a good idea to keep at least one side-eye on what your division competition is up to.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”   – Sun Tzu

And so, we listen to Tzu and attempt to peel back the curtain a bit on the NFC West now. If we do well enough, perhaps it will lead to a weekly feature throughout the season.  To start us off, let’s go to the hottest topic for the LA Rams right now – quarterback. And so, how did the NFC West do in that department in 2020, and does that give us any clues for 2021?

Read. Los Angeles Rams: 15 greatest quarterbacks in franchise history. light

Have you ever had that diner discussion over coffee, eggs, and bacon? That’s what we’re shooting for here. A conversation between two guys in a booth at your local diner. And you are seated in the next booth and you are reluctantly drawn into their conversation. How does it go? Let’s listen in…