5 dream scenarios for the L.A. Rams in 2024

L.A. Rams, Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp
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4. Rams' ground attack features a duo which combines for 1,700 yards

Last year, the Rams' top rushing duo, Kyren Williams and Royce Freeman, combined for 1,463 yards. Neither played the entire season, either. This year, what would be a best-case scenario for the Rams offense, is to see rookie Blake Corum and the veteran, Williams, play a full season and become a lethal, two-headed monster.

If the Rams could wind up seeing Williams go for roughly 1,100 yards and the rookie finish over 600, that would put them toward the top of the league in terms of having one of the better back field duos. If Williams and Freeman went for nearly 1,500 yards last year, and in less than a full season, then maybe this year's tandem could surpass even 1,800, 1,900 yards.

5. A magical Super Bowl run comes to fruition

If everything happened to fall into place, the defense took a huge leap and the offense rolled behind a healthy Matthew Stafford, then why not dream big and picture this Rams team in another Super Bowl? It seems like a tough task, at the moment, but if this team stays healthy, there's no reason why a Super Bowl would be out of the question.

Much of it hinges on Stafford's health, while the defense also has to take steps forward. But, again, this is a dream scenario we're talking about here. Maybe, just maybe, L.A. shocks the football world in 2024.