The Los Angeles Rams can guarantee their trip to the postseason this year with a win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. They will have to do so without starting quarterback Jared Goff and that means that John Wolford, a 2018 undrafted free agent out of Wake Forest who has yet to take a snap in the NFL regular season, will be making his debut for the Rams.
Not that any of these videos will address the following addendum, but Wolford will have to make his debut without at least one if not two starting running backs, without Cooper Kupp and without Andrew Whitworth as the left tackle. It would be easier to say that the homework this week was only about Xavier Jones or only about Van Jefferson but there’s also the Wolford in the corner.
If you don’t know anything about Wolford, the following seven videos I found on YouTube will be a place to start.
This is the best and most comprehensive John Wolford video that I found on YouTube. It was created by Jake Ellenbogen, who is at 499 subscribers as I type this so maybe we can get him over 500 today.
Here are Wolford’s highlights from the AAF. He was considered by some as the best player in the league.
Here is Sean McVay talking to the press about Wolford on Monday:
Here is a local news story from Jacksonville about Wolford making his NFL debut. Wolford played at Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville. He was a three-star, unranked recruit in 2014.
Here is a breakdown of Wolford from Rams House on YouTube:
Here’s a Rams fan named Red TV who watches and reacts to Rams games and in this case some of Wolford’s college highlights. Red would be fine with seeing Jared Goff “go” if Wolford can lead the Rams to a playoff run. I wonder if Red TV, who is at 502 subs, will gain more subs than Jake.