Ironclad reasons not to sleep on the LA Rams offensive line in 2024

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2024 moves are Step 2

While the team created the foundation in 2023 to resuscitate an injury-ravaged offensive line, the team had more work on the to-do list. The team had gotten bigger and more powerful with new additions to the offensive front, but there were still some concerns about the starting group, as well as about the depth chart from last season.

Complicating matters even more, the team faced the expiration of contracts of three 2023 starting offensive linemen. Not only did the front office face the challenge or either extending or replacing three staring offensive linemen in one off-season, but also the matter of creating a deeper and more capable depth of all positions on the offensive line.

What I loved about the team's strategy is the multi-faceted approach taken. The team extended players, tapped the 2024 NFL Free Agency market for one of the top-tier offensive linemen available, and iced the cake by drafting two very capable offensive linemen to push the starters and add respectable depth to the group.

The LA Rams offensive line skyrocketed to a fifth-best ranking in 2023 as per The author of that article even admits to missing the group's cohesion and performance by a mile in pre-season projections. Not, FTN Fantasy projects the Rams' offensive line to be even more effective this season, ranking the group as high as the fourth-ranked group in the NFL in 2024.

I believe they will end up even better. Here's why: