On day two of Los Angeles Rams 2021 training camp, eyes were focused on quarterback Matthew Stafford. Much like all the other days of training camp. Rams.com writer Stu Jackson had some notes on Stafford’s accuracy on Thursday, which was on point:
Quarterback Matthew Stafford makes it look easy during redzone drills. He connected with wide receivers Van Jefferson, Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods, all on tight-window throws.
More on the Woods touchdown catch: To understand just how small the window was on that throw, safety Taylor Rapp was in a great position to make a play on the ball. After the play was over, Rapp appeared to stand there in disbelief thinking he had done everything to make the interception. Rapp did everything he could, it was just a great throw from Stafford.
Seems like Stafford is off to a good start with his new pass catchers, including Van Jefferson.
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