Sean McVay has been a winning head coach every year he’s been in the league. He’s had double-digit wins in three of his four seasons, won the NFC West division twice, and reached the Super Bowl in his second season. The surprising thing is that McVay has been able to accomplish all of this with a quarterback many regard as average at best. His first two years were so successful you almost thought that he would be the NFC West’s version of Bill Belichek — a division winner every season. But when the Rams won only nine games the following season and missed the players altogether, many thought the bloom was off the rose at this point.
This season, McVay seemingly made the Rams’ defense to be the focal point of the team. While his background isn’t that of a defensive coach, he did put together an offensive game plan that complemented their game on the defensive end. McVay is an adaptable head coach, and his recent Wild Card win over the Seahawks proves that he’s certainly capable of doing more with less.
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