The Future Of The Los Angeles Rams
People say that everything in Los Angeles is so much more beautiful than any other city. Beautiful weather, girls, scenery etc. People move to LA to start a new life and become the star you want to be. That must have been what Stan Kroenke had in mind when he packed up the Rams in St. Louis and shipped them to city of angels. Next season will technically be the Rams second season in LA but they hope to have a totally different look and forget about their miserable 4-12 record from the season before.
Over the past few months the Rams have gotten a much needed facelift and are looking to have a red hot 2017 season. They finally moved on from Mr (.500) Jeff Fisher and upgraded to a much more appealing coach, 31-year old Sean McVay. LA fans hope McVay can turn the switch on for Jared Goff and help him show everyone why he was the #1 pick in last years draft.
The Rams also hired defensive master mind Wade Phillips to take control of arguably the most underrated defense in the game of football. Former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams made a worse name for this defense then he did for Sean Paytons career.
The Rams will need an interesting off season to make this team great but have some obstacles. They rank #25 in the NFL for salary cap space coming in at roughly $19 million but they still have breathing room to make moves. They also do not have a first round draft pick after trading it to the Tennessee Titans so they can acquire Goff last season. The Rams are going to be a fun team to watch, in many ways.
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) March 3, 2017
The biggest upgrade the Rams have made this off-season is to their uniforms. Going back to the old days, the Rams will rock helmets with white stripes instead of gold. These new helmets are really going to make stars shine in LA and have opposing teams dazed and confused. If you watch this video more than five times, there is a good chance you might start hallucinating.
#Rams Uni Update: The white horns are back!
Our primary helmets will have white horns in 2017. pic.twitter.com/hkQZr6b7ff
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) March 1, 2017