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
Super Bowl LVI - Los Angeles Rams v Cincinnati Bengals / Michael Owens/GettyImages
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Reason No. 2: Matthew Stafford and Sean McVay still exist

They haven't gone anywhere, and while each is three years older than they were back in 2021, that won't stop them from perhaps making another run in 2024. I mean, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick won Super Bowls in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, and 2018. Yes, those two created the best QB/HC duo in the history of the NFL, but they proved that age doesn't exactly matter a ton.

And with the way Matthew Stafford and the entire LA Rams team ended the 2023 season, you have to wonder if it's actually impossible for this team to not get better. Equipped with one of the best coaching staffs in the NFL, they'll know how to continue to develop some of the young players that contributed in a bit way in 2023.

Guys like Puka Nacua, Byron Young, Kobie Turner, and Steve Avila all contributed in huge ways in their rookie seasons, and with the right staff in place, they can make that coveted sophomore-year leap. But back to McVay and Stafford for a second; both men are still doing their thing and it's not like McVay has regressed as a coach. No, in fact, McVay's coaching job in 2023 was easily the best of his career.

Now yes, there could be some concerns as Matthew Stafford ages; he's newly 36 years old, so you have to wonder just how much more time he's got left. He's not missed a ton of games across his career, but he's seemingly always banged up, so with 40 years old being in the near future, Stafford might soon have an unfortunate date with Father Time.

Until Matthew Stafford actually does begin regressing, there is reason to believe this electric duo can help lead the team on a run in 2024.