LA Rams have nothing stopping them from winning second Super Bowl in four years

The LA Rams can win their second Super Bowl in four seasons.
Super Bowl LVI - Los Angeles Rams v Cincinnati Bengals
Super Bowl LVI - Los Angeles Rams v Cincinnati Bengals / Michael Owens/GettyImages

In all seriousness, what is stopping the Los Angeles Rams from winning their second Super Bowl title in four seasons? The Rams crashed back down to earth in 2022, the season after their Super Bowl title. It was a brutal stretch for the team, as some of their more veteran players had a year of their career wasted. But even after a disappointing 5-12 year, the team developed a plan.

It was a bunch of yuck to say the least, but then, 2023 happened, and it was glorious. Led by one of the best draft classes among any team in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Rams caught fire late in the season, finished with a 10-7 record, and found themselves right back in the postseason, just two years removed from the Super Bowl.

And it was no fluke, either. You should believe it wasn't a fluke given how general manager Les Snead responded this offseason. He hit a home-run in free agency and again has come away with what appears to be a strong draft class. In just three seasons, the LA Rams went from having a Super Bowl-winning super team to having the best young team in the NFL.

Sure, guys like Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp are getting up there in age, but both Stafford and Kupp still showed that they were viable players in 2023. So, what would stop this team from winning it all in 2024? Seriously, where is the weakness? In fact, the Los Angeles Rams are the last NFC team to have won the Super Bowl, and the previous NFC team before them was the Tom Brady Buccaneers.

So effectively, this is the only team in the NFC at the moment that has proven to be capable of winning it all. If you told Rams fans last offseason that they'd be a legitimate Super Bowl contender heading into 2024, I'm not sure any of them would have believed you.

It's a great time for the LA Rams, and it's a beautiful new era that Les Snead worked his magic on.