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Misone Adiasor and Josh Webb return to answer your questions about the Los Angeles Rams and the upcoming 2017 campaign.

Lucio Ourique

Turf Show Radio returns with a bang. Misone Adiasor (@MightyOrMisone) and Josh Webb (@FightOnTwist) discuss the future of the Los Angeles Rams through your listener questions. Everything you’ve wanted to know, we take on. How will the Rams incorporate their new offense with Jared Goff having several rookie receivers. How much can fans expect TE Gerald Everett to impact games in his rookie season?

On this week’s show, Misone and Josh discuss offense heavily (again) because you want to know how the different components will fit back into their place. Josh thinks the Rams are going to be league leaders when it comes to false starts, but that the overall play of the offensive line will be a dramatic improvement. Misone thinks the most improved player will be Goff.

And just what about Goff? Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole released an insider video stating that the Rams won’t hesitate to yank Goff for backup Sean Mannion if he struggles like he did last season. The guys aren’t fully buying the report and think that Goff is going to be given every chance in the world to succeed. It would take a tremendously poor season for Mannion to supplant him during the year.

Also on this week’s show, Misone goes next-level on Everett’s ability to catch passes. Were his hands worth the first overall pick the Rams had in this year’s draft? Misone’s answer may surprise you. There may or may not be some stupid sayings on this week’s show, but we apologize in advance. We needed a few laughs with everything going on in the nation. We appreciate you putting up with our idiocy and promise to keep bringing you folks top content items week after week. This we promise.

Enjoy the episode and thank you for listening on a regular basis!

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