3 Reasons why NFL Expert touts Rams offense as 1 of NFL's best for 2024

Los Angeles Rams Minicamp, Cooper Kupp, Matthew Stafford
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The Los Angeles Rams offense was a far cry more accomplished in 2023 than 2022, which was one of the main contributors of the team bouncing back from a pedestrian 5-12 record in 2022 and a slow 3-6 start last year. It was that red hot offense that powered the team to close out the 2023 NFL season with a 7-1 finish to buoy their record to 10-7 and allow them to claim the sixth-seed in the NFL in the 2025 NFL Playoffs.

But the real scoring threat for the Rams happened when the team was able to send both veteran starting quarterback Matthew Stafford and featured running back Kyren Williams were able to suit up and start in the same games. That is a fact that did not escape the attention of ESPN's NFL expert Mina Kimes, and became one of the reasons that she cited to project the Rams offense as the second-ranked projected offense for 2024.

Yes, it's time once again for Mina Kimes Ranking the Top 10 offenses for 2024. This is an annual review and projection of the NFL's most capable offenses, and the reasons behind the ranking. Unlike some NFL rankings that seem to overlay last years production or expectations, change some dates and some facts, and regurgitate the same old stuff, Kimes digs into current events, 2023 trends, and a whole lot of roster changes to reformulate her conclusions.

I have to say that I am rather impressed with her reasoning.

To give you the overview of The Mina Kimes Show video podcast topics, you can refer below to the table of contents that cites which NFL team offenses she plans to discuss, and at which time she discusses them. As you can see, the Rams come up at the 9:50 mark, and for the rest of this article, that will be the topic of our article.

  • 00:00 Welcome to the Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny!
  • 00:35 Steven Ruiz joins the show
  • 00:55 Top 10 Offenses
  • 03:45 San Francisco 49ers
  • 09:50 Los Angeles Rams
  • 15:05 Kansas City Chiefs
  • 21:00 Houston Texans
  • 27:45 Baltimore Ravens
  • 36:10 Detroit Lions
  • 40:45 Green Bay Packers
  • 46:20 Miami Dolphins
  • 52:30 Cincinnati Bengals
  • 58:20 Buffalo Bills
  • 1:05:35 The Best of the rest