Bill Belichick's defenses can be beaten, and it's easier than you think. Sean McVay showed everybody how to do it when his Los Angeles Rams thumped Belichick's New England Patriots 24-3 on Thursday to begin Week 14.
That defensive success didn’t show signs of sustainability on Sunday. In fact, it left the game to the secondary and that led to an implosion with the Bucs setting a franchise record in points scored in a 55-40 victory.
Ranking the top 10 coaches in the league is no easy task and inevitably those at the top of the profession tend to be those who have been in it the longest. Tenure indicates success.
Jared Goff has just agreed to a four-year $134 million extension with the Los Angeles Rams that ties down the quarterback for six years, all the way through to 2024.
The LA Rams are a very strong football team on paper. They have talent on each side of the ball and the ability to win when it matters.
This offseason has seen a surge in teams hiring young, relatively unproven head coaches from the offensive side of the ball. Much of this was attributed to the success the Los Angeles Rams have had with thirty-something Sean McVay reviving the franchise and leading them to the Super Bowl this season behind an offensive juggernaut which racked up massive point and yard totals.
Looking back at the start of the Patriots dynasty.
Whichever way the game goes the winning head coach will make NFL history. Either the Patriots’ Bill Belichick will become the oldest head coach to win a Super Bowl, or the Rams’ Sean McVay will become the youngest. Whilst Belichick is somewhat of a household name in the NFL, what’s the story behind the NFL’s up and coming star coach Sean McVay?
Los Angeles Rams defeated New Orleans Saints in a controversial NFL playoff game on Sunday.
How far can the Rams go this season?