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Random Ramsdom: Is the reported quarterback competition expected in 2021 worth attention?

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One of the biggest storylines so far this offseason for the Rams has been this expected quarterback battle between Jared Goff and John Wolford heading into the 2021 season.

It’s not a surprising headline to see since the NFL and the media love themselves some reality television-esque drama but I’m hard-pressed to believe it’s as simple as Goff has been underwhelming so the Rams want to give a “worthy” Wolford the chance to compete.

I don’t think Wolford impressed nearly to the point where any logical person would consider giving him an opportunity to replace Goff as the starter. This is going to come down to whether or not Goff’s contract is worth keeping any longer in spite of his play this past season. Wolford’s play really has nothing to do with it. It’s just an easy storyline for the team to parrot instead of being forced to make more direct statement’s regarding Goff’s future with the team.

At any rate, I just wanted to get all of your thoughts on the matter. Is this storyline worth the fan base’s attention? Do fans truly believe there will be a quarterback competition? I personally don’t think so.

And now for today’s links.

Rams News:

The Rams have big decisions to make on their pending free agents (TheRams.com)

Aaron Donald’s best plays from 2020 (TheRams.com)

John Wolford will be in the battle for QB1 in 2021 (The Rams Wire)

Darrell Henderson could be more explosive in 2021 (Ramblin’ Fan)

NFL News:

The best and worst moves made during the 2020 season (ESPN)

Texans are hiring Ravens assistant head coach David Culley as their new head coach (ESPN)

Notes from Day 2 of the Senior Bowl (Bleacher Report)

Eric Bieniemy does not get a head coaching job once again (Pro Football Talk)

Dalvin Cook isn’t worried about his massive workload each season (NFL.com)

Jason Witten is retiring again (NFL.com)