The Los Angeles Rams schedule for the 2021 NFL season is out and the road to Super Bowl LVI begins at SoFi Stadium. Following an offseason with significant overhaul, the Rams figure to look quite a bit different this fall as they looked to rebound from a disappointing finish.
Burns passed away last week at the age of 94 Older fans may remember Jerry Burns, the longtime offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings, who eventually took over as head coach from 1986 to 1991.
LA has some interesting games in 2021, but I wish we could have seen these matchups too Everyone has different games that they remember, for different reasons, and everybody has different reasons for why they think a game is either great or grating.
Not all dates are available yet We know that the LA Rams will play three preseason games this year — one fewer than usual but three more than 2020 — but we don’t know exactly when all of those games will take place yet.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a cornerback who enjoyed a better 2020 season than Jalen Ramsey. In his first full year with the Rams, he earned an All-Pro selection and shut down some of the top receivers in the NFL.
Matthew Stafford has been in the NFL for 12 seasons and though he’s missed some time with injuries, he’s still managed to face every team in the league at least once – except the Detroit Lions, of course.
A look ahead by remembering last year The 2021 Rams will have way more similarities than differences to the team they were in 2020. I won’t go through the long list of similarities, but it’s easy to point to the one big difference: Matthew Stafford is under/behind center instead of Jared Goff.
Looking ahead to the 2021 season, there are a handful of teams that are considered legitimate Super Bowl contenders. The Chiefs and Bucs are obviously up there, as are the Packers, Bills, Ravens and 49ers.
I count 86 currently on the roster for the Los Angeles Rams as it stands now. The Rams could add four more, and of course they can sign other players until the team’s draft picks are signed closer to training camp.
The Los Angeles Rams received mostly solid reviews from the work they did on this year’s draft class nationally. Draft analysts praised Rams GM Les Snead for taking value picks and adding players with upside.