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|Game Date||September 28, 2019|
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All eyes on the offense this week, and we’ll have plenty of notes about that side of the football as the Rams prepare to host the Bucs.But first, I’d like to draw your attention to something that simply isn’t supposed to happen.Take out the Week 17 game against the 49ers in 2017 – as we always do – when the Rams had clinched and were resting starters.
Los Angeles hasn’t lost to a non-playoff team since Week 2 of Sean McVay’s first season. And that Washington group is the only sub-.500 team to defeat the Rams in two-plus years. Since then, when the Rams really turned the corner and the winning culture took root, they’ve reliably beaten the teams they were expected to beat.The other regular season losses? They’ve been to opponents like the 13-3 Vikings of 2017, the 13-3 Eagles of 2017 who won the Super Bowl, and the 13-3 Saints of 2018 who hosted the Rams in last year’s NFC Championship. On average, teams who’ve defeated McVay’s Rams in the regular season have gone on to win 10.86 contests.
In the sport of “Any Given Sunday,” there are no gimme games (unless you’re playing this year’s Dolphins, I guess). And this Sunday is no exception. Tampa Bay absolutely could march into the Coliseum and topple Los Angeles.
In fact, the Bucs are the perfect illustration of this NFL truth. They’re one goal line stand away from being 0-3; they’re one chip shot field goal away from being 2-1.
In aggregate, though, the Bucs don’t look like a playoff team. And history tells us, it takes a playoff team to run with the Rams.
The Rams face another former No. 1 overall selection at quarterback this week in Jameis Winston. If you’re scoring at home, that’s three of them in the first four weeks of the season (Cam Newton and Baker Mayfield).
According to star researcher Jake Temme, a win would make the Rams just the third team in the last 20 years to start 4-0 while facing that many No. 1 overall picks at quarterback, joining the 1999 Patriots and 2016 Broncos.
As the top selection from 2016, Jared Goff already has a sterling track record against his peers. He’s 7-1 career against No. 1 picks, with his only defeat versus Carson Palmer at the end of Goff’s rookie season.Despite the 3-0 record, it’s been a lackluster start to Year Four for the Rams signal-caller. By any measure, he’s underachieved relative to his standard and that of Pro Bowl quarterbacks. His touchdown rate and yards per attempt are down, his interception rate is up, and he’s fumbled three times.
But while there are certainly things everyone can do to help Goff achieve in the way we’ve become accustomed to, I’d assert that it’s time for Jared to elevate the play of the other 10 Rams around him. That’s what franchise quarterbacks do.
The Rams offense has been imperfect in three wins to date. It’s incumbent on their most important player to start concealing those blemishes.The Rams have had great success starting on defense. In three games, they’ve come up with two takeaways and allowed zero points. By deferring, there’s the added benefit of receiving the third quarter kickoff.
But for change’s sake, if they are fortunate enough to win the coin toss on Sunday versus Tampa Bay?
Take the ball. Start on offense. Put it in the end zone. And put this narrative to bed.