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 by aeneas1
3 months ago
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United States of America   Norcal
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sloramfan wrote:what a fuc%*^@ moron...

have these idiots not watched goff play?...

i think they're so deep into their "goff's a bust " take, that they keep coming up with BS to try to legitimize themselves... snackdaddy nailed it

florio's an obvious buffoon..

go rams

slo

just your run of the mill qb, whose lack of talent and arm strength is offset by a genius head coach: :oops2: :roll2:


 by BobCarl
3 months ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
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Elvis wrote:OTOH, check out this terrible take by Mike Florio:




I didn't see this ... please delete my duplicate post of this.

 by Elvis
3 months ago
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United States of America   Los Angeles
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https://www.therams.com/news/holy-smoke ... y-s-offens

“Holy smokes we’ve got a lot of stuff available.” Year three leading McVay’s offense, Goff has his goals for OTAs

Clarence Dennis
STAFF WRITER

In his third round of OTAs as the leader of the Los Angeles offense, quarterback Jared Goff has been reminded just how thick head coach Sean McVay’s playbook is.

“You forget how much offense we actually have because weekly it’s so narrow and so focused, and then you come back to this period and it’s like holy smokes we’ve got a lot of stuff available,” Goff said following Day 1 going against the defense.

“It’s good though, it’s good to kind of work out and find out what we like, try different things.”

Different things that sometimes work and sometimes don’t, and do or do not end up on the sidelines in McVay’s bag of tricks on Sundays. Goff stood at the podium at the team’s facility in Thousand, Oaks, Calif. and, without going into specifics, recounted a few plays from the formative OTAs period that wound up working on gameday.

Now in preparation for year four, OTAs represent the chance for the head coach and quarterback to add layers to the league’s No. 2 offense in 2018. And the process is becoming easier for Goff.

“It’s very seamless now to where we can just kind of add little words, little nuances and change things at the line of scrimmage more often. I feel like I’m starting to understand it fully even more,” Goff said.

A greater understanding of McVay’s offense isn’t the be-all, end-all for Goff in the offseason’s first half. An improved completion percentage for the fourth-consecutive year is a personal goal that came to mind for the 24-year-old QB, and with training camp just over two months out, getting through progressions more quickly is the first step.

“I talk about any way to get completions and that’s really a big one, working through a little bit quicker. And continuing to fully understand each concept and understand what we are trying to get done in every play,” Goff said. “That all will lead to more completions and more yards.”

 by snackdaddy
3 months ago
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United States of America   Merced California
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I read Goff was working more to improve the speed going through his progressions. That is something that usually comes with more time in the league. When things start to slow down more for the better players. Goff is always working to improve. I think that is just another area where he will improve. After 32 TD's and 4500 yards its hard to think there could be that much improvement. But improvement isn't always in the stats.

 by PARAM
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Barbados   Just far enough North of Philadelphia
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DirtyFacedKid wrote:I never once had a thought that McVay would look to get his "own guy". IMO, he would've done that by now. He's sees Goff's potential.


McVay has "his own" QB. He took a Fisher-damaged QB and made him into a pro bowl QB. Hence, "his own" QB.

 by AvengerRam
3 months ago
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Israel   Longwood, FL
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McVay chose to take a job with the Rams. Surely, he didn’t think this would be his one shot at a HC gig. I presume one of the reasons he chose the Rams was his view of Goff’s potential. So Goff is “his guy,” if you ask me.

 by aeneas1
3 months ago
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United States of America   Norcal
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Elvis wrote:Jimmy G. wants in on the action:



garoppolo - this will be his 6th year in the league, he'll turn 28 in november, he ranks 7th in qb average salary at $27.5 million a year, and he's started just 10 nfl games... not sure what's crazier, that or waiting 18 months for your throwback joe's garment to arrive!

 by sloramfan
3 months ago
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United States of America   cen coast cal
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lol.. wait 18 months for a throback joe order...

i'll gladly pay the $250 for the storebought... leave the anxiety for the stronger willed...

go rams

slo

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