Last night hurt - a fact exacerbated by Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams looking inept on the NFL’s biggest stage. This loss will sit with us for a long time, but the decision makers in Las Vegas give us hope for the future.
Odds makers at OddsShark, Westgate, and BetOnline.ag all put the Rams in the top four to make Super Bowl 54 in Miami next season. The Rams join the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, New England Patriots, and New Orleans Saints as early favorites.
This doesn’t do much to ease the frustration that Rams fans worldwide are feeling after the loss last night that was followed by the official announcement that the Cincinnati Bengals named Rams QB coach Zac Taylor as their head coach.
But it does give hope to fans who are concerned about the Rams Super Bowl window closing.
Yes, this team will look drastically different in 6 months when OTAs and training camp rolls around. But that isn’t necessarily a horrible thing either.