The Los Angeles Rams came away with an unexpectedly quiet victory in week two against the New Orleans Saints. That was in large part due to the injury to Saints QB Drew Brees, but to their credit, the Rams took care of business on their end in route to a big win.
- The play calling was extremely balanced. The Rams passed the ball 28 times and ran the ball 30 times. I sleep better at night knowing that McVay is committed to having a balanced offense.
- Not doubting Cooper Kupp’s knee. McVay hasn’t been shy about getting Jared Goff’s favorite target involved early and often in 2019.
- McVay clearly trusts his playmakers. Goff heaved an absolute bomb to Brandin Cooks after a tough start to a early drive.
- The play calling was balanced, but there were a few questionable calls in the red zone. I understand that Gerald Everett is a good red zone target, but I don’t necessarily think a screen to him is the best way to utilize his talent.
- If we’re splitting hairs, you could make the case that the Rams backups could be better prepared. Both Jamil Demby and Young Gerald looked overmatched at times.
- Lemme know what ya got! I struggled to find #2
On a scale of 1 (Bad) to 5 (Good), how would you grade McVay’s Week 3 coaching performance?
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1 - Horrendous
2 - Thank God Kitchens was worse
3 - Meh
4 - Better than expected
5 - Outstanding!