How the Rams can fix its team this offseason | Yahoo! Sports
As teams get mathematically eliminated from the NFL playoffs, we’ll give you a jump on their offseason by examining what went right, what went wrong and what needs to change before next season.
Rams 2017, by the numbers | Rams’ Official Site
The Rams 2017 season may have come to a close, but the team left fans plenty to look forward to in the new year. But before moving on to the 2018 season entirely, it’s time to look back on the year that was.
Great season, bad ending for the Rams | LA Times
Stating the obvious: 1. The Rams had an astonishing turnaround season with myriad upsides for the future. 2. If they run the ball only 16 times, they’re not beating Atlanta nor anyone else.
The Los Angeles Rams’ defense reached an optimal level well before their offense did. And now that the offense has finally caught up, that defense is getting significantly older and more expensive, making it increasingly difficult to keep it intact.
The course has been corrected. Now it has to be maintained. In just one year, the Los Angeles Rams transformed from a boring four-win team to an exciting 11-win NFC West champion.
3 way too early storylines for the Rams in 2018 | Ramblin Fan
With the 2017 season squarely in the NFL history books, the Los Angeles Rams will begin to focus not on the great memories from the season past, but a future set with new challenges.
Aaron Donald will probably, at some point, become the game’s highest-paid defensive player -- for some time, at least. His extension, whenever it gets done, promises to have a profound impact on the structure of the Los Angeles Rams’ salary cap, the type that can greatly affect who can return and what can be added.
Donald remains a major priority for the Rams this offseason | Pro Football Talk
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald‘s desire for a new contract was a major storyline of the team’s offseason last year as Donald stayed away from the team for offseason work and training camp before returning in time for the regular season.
McVay on Gruden: “Sucks we’ll have to play him”
Former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz previews the battle of proven vs. unproven quarterbacks in the playoffs this weekend.
The Rams have some serious work to do this offseason, especially considering three of their key players rank 11-13 on NFL.com’s free agent list.