3 reasons why the Los Angeles Rams can win the Super Bowl in the 2024 NFL Season

Should the Los Angeles Rams have realistic, Super Bowl aspirations for 2024?
Super Bowl LVI - Los Angeles Rams v Cincinnati Bengals
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The Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl back in 2021 with their own "super team." Can they actually make another run at the Lombardi Trophy in 2024? I'm not sure any of us expected the Rams to be as good as they were in 2023. Yes, it did take a huge late-season push, but nonetheless, the Rams did come away with a 10-7 record and a playoff berth.

They did this led by savvy veterans in Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, and others, and also led by some young rookies in Puka Nacua, Byron Young, and Kobie Turner. All of a sudden, especially if the Rams 2024 NFL Draft class ends up being a hit, the team could find themselves deep in the NFL playoffs this year.

But could they not only make the postseason, but win the whole thing in the 2024 NFL Season? Yes, yes they can.

3 reasons why the Los Angeles Rams can win the Super Bowl in the 2024 NFL Season
Reason No. 1: Les Snead's recent draftees contribute to a new and exciting core

No one had even close to as impactful of a rookie class as the Los Angeles Rams did in 2023 with Steve Avila, Kobie Turner, Byron Young, and Puka Nacua leading the way. And in the 2024 NFL Draft, Snead again appears to have hit a grand-slam. Guys like Jared Verse, Braden Fiske, Kamren Kinchens, and Blake Corum all highlight what has been a consensus top draft class.

You also have to give credit to Les Snead and Sean McVay for the positions they've prioritized as well. In the NFL, even with this league now being overwhelmingly offense first, the games are still won in the trenches, and the LA Rams have invested both draft picks and hefty financial resources into the trenches on both sides of the ball.

They've handed out huge contracts to guards Kevin Dotson and Jonah Jackson. Braden Fiske, Byron Young, Kobie Turner, and Jared Verse have all been recent additions on defense and all play the most important positions within that unit. Snead has also recently addressed another huge weakness in the secondary, getting a steal in free agency by signing Kamren Curl, bringing back Darious Williams, and signing Tre White.

Overall, the recent draft classes that Les Snead and Sean McVay have brought on board, coupled with their savvy free agency addtions, have given this Rams team a new core that is plenty good enough to make a Super Bowl run in 2024.