LA Rams: Three questions on offense in 2022

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Replacing a giant like Andrew Whitworth

The LA Rams will have to replace offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, which will not be an easy thing to do. Whitworth was a bigger-than-life presence in the locker room, on the field, and in Southern California.

Drawing the assignment is Joseph Noteboom. Noteboom re-signed with the team for three years and a cool $40 million for the bank account. The Rams meanwhile are hoping the veteran from TCU is up to the task.

That is easier said than done. At the age of 27yrs old, Noteboom faces the envious task of playing for the Rams. Offensive line coach Kevin Carberry is in the second season with the LA Rams and will be looking for a positive and productive segue from the Whitworth era.

A lock for the NFL Hall Of Fame, Andrew Whitworth retiring may be the single most intriguing question as the Rams prepare for the 2022 NFL season. While looking to Matthew Stafford to be even better with a full offseason with Sean McVay, how Noteboom performs will be heavily scrutinized.

The LA Rams have questions on offense, and that cannot be denied. They aren’t having to remake or rebuild, but replacing Whitworth will be a heavy lift, and perhaps the biggest riddle for McVay and the Rams.

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