NOTE: This poll is ONLY for Sean McVay. The organizational poll will come at a later date.
The Los Angeles Rams enter their second season back in Los Angeles in a very different place than they were 12 months ago. Last year, they were riding Jeff Fisher’s 7-9 bullshit through the honeymoon parade that crashed stupendously with Fisher being fired.
Where last season was met with fanfare which floated ticket sales through mediocre play, this season already seems different. LA is clearly expecting more of the Rams this season - and the Rams should be feeling the pressure with the Chargers now in town as well.
Enter Sean McVay. The youngest head coach in modern NFL history comes to the Rams in a crucial juncture for the franchise’s return to Los Angeles. He has three years to turn the franchise into a contender or risk not being able to fill Stan Kroenke’s palatial stadium in 2020. I don’t think the boss would particularly enjoy that situation.
McVay impressed a lot of NFLers when he brought on Wade Phillips to coach the Rams defense. It was looked at as a wise move by the youngster that will let him focus on the primary problem with the team - a putrid offense that has ranked near the bottom of the NFL for years.
After cutting a lot of financial dead weight, he worked to bring in Robert Woods, Kayvon Webster, Connor Barwin, and most importantly Andrew Whitworth. Then he drafted Gerald Everett and Cooper Kupp to bolster his new offense while replacing T.J. McDonald with John Johnson. Anyone who’s watched the Rams over the past few seasons know that most of those moves were a long time coming.
I realize it’s extremely early in the McVay regime, but let’s explore your opinions of him anyway. Again, keep in mind that you’re voting ONLY on McVay. The organizational poll will be coming down the chute tomorrow.
On a scale of 1-5 with 1 being horrible and 5 being Hall of Fame worthy, how would you grade the Rams Front Office?
This poll is closed
1 - Why are they still employed?
2 - It could be worse, right?
3 - Meh
4 - WE HAVE $40M CAP ROOM NEXT YEAR!
5 - Give that hair an extension!