LA Rams: Three questions on offense in 2022

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Matthew Stafford will need to be better in 2022

LA Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is the kind of player fans love to cheer for. He’s a stand-up kind guy who has finally gotten some professional satisfaction after 12 long years with the Detroit Lions.

As head coach Sean McVay prepares for the 2022 season, both he and Stafford have an opportunity to add the kind of wrinkles a full offseason can produce.

Being unshackled by a limited quarterback like former quarterback Jared Goff unlocks so many opportunities for the Rams that the sky’s the limit. So long as good health prevails for Stafford and an offensive line minus Andrew Whitworth, fans of the Rams have a lot to look forward to.

The National Football League has a bounty of riches in Southern California. The Rams, the reigning Super Bowl team, and their locker room mates, the Los Angeles Chargers, are also the dark horse contenders to lift a Lombardi Trophy. While probably a few seasons away from doing so, sleeping on what is happening with the Chargers is a mistake.

With a quarterback like Matthew Stafford, the Rams have a bounty of football talent and good fortune. After too many seasons of mediocrity, this team is the center of the NFL universe. That’s a good thing for everyone and a great thing for the Rams faithful.