3 ways the Los Angeles Rams can still win the 2024 NFL Offseason

There is no use in stopping now!
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The Los Angeles Rams have had quite the offseason thus far, but there is no reason to stop trying to improve the team. Right now, if the season started today, it would be hard to keep the Rams out of the playoffs. They ended the 2023 NFL Season on fire, and much of their success in 2023 was due to their stellar rookie class.

Can the Rams bring in the same type of rookie class in 2024? Only time will tell. But one thing we can see is that this roster is sprinkled nicely with young talent and veteran talent that has done this before. The Rams can still make a few more moves to "win" the 2024 NFL Offseason.

if they made these three moves, they'd be a better football team.

3 ways the Los Angeles Rams can still win the 2024 NFL Offseason
1. Sign WR Hunter Renfrow

Hunter Renfrow feels like a Sean McVay wide receiver, doesn't he? To me, I bet Matthew Stafford would love to have Renfrow injected into the offense. And it's not like Renfrow is some random player. He did fall out of favor a bit in Las Vegas, but from 2019-2021, Renfrow caught 208 passes for 2,299 yards and 15 touchdowns.

With some instability at QB in recent seasons, Renfrow's production has taken a hit, but much like Cooper Kupp, Renfrow is surgical with his route-running, which is a must for Sean McVay's offense. This would be a no-brainer move that would make the offense a hair better.

2. Sign DE Emmanuel Ogbah

The Los Angeles Rams need some more bodies along the defensive line, and with as young as that unit is, it would make a lot of sense to bring in a veteran player like Emmanuel Ogbah, who was once one of the better pass rushers in the NFL. Ogbah is a free agent and last played for the Miami Dolphins.

Ogbah also played for the Browns and the Chiefs, and from 2020-2021, he racked up 18 sacks, 15 tackles for loss, and 45 QB hits. In 26 games over the last two seasons, Ogbah's production has dipped a bit, as he's just put up 6.5 sacks, four tackles for loss, and 16 QB hits.

However, as a rotational, backup player, signing Ogbah makes sense, as he's played in over 100 games across his NFL career, which began in 2016. The Rams added to players to their defensive line of note this offseason in Jared Verse and Braden Fiske, who both played their college football at Florida State.

With Aaron Donald retiring, it's clear that GM Les Snead has made it a point to keep that defensive front stout, as Donald held it down for years.

3. Sign K Randy Bullock

The LA Rams drafted kicker Joshua Karty in the sixth round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Currently, he will be competing for a starting role with returning kicker Tanner Brown. Under Tanner Brown, the Rams kicking woes are well-known. Well, a reliable, veteran kicker is still out there and would make a lot of sense for the Rams for a year or two, especially if Karty ends up not being good enough.

Randy Bullock kicked just six field goals in 2023 for the New York Giants, but from 2017-2023, Bullock has gone 133/157 on field goals for a very good 84.7% efficiency. He's also made nearly 96% of his extra points during that time as well. What am I missing here? Bullock has been a rock-solid kicker for years and is still a free agent.

General manager Les Snead should not hesitate to make the move, as it'd be a clear and obvious upgrade over Karty. Now yes, Karty hasn't shown what he can do yet, but the worst thing that can happen here is, what, the team cuts Bullock later in the offseason? You really can't go wrong with this move under any circumstances.

With as good as the Rams can be in 2024, losing a game or two due to kicking woes would be devastating.