How Matthew Stafford thinks the Los Angeles Rams can avoid a ‘Super Bowl hangover’ in 2022

The Los Angeles Rams have one goal heading into the offseason — to retain as much of the roster that led them to a Super Bowl LVI victory as possible.

So far, they’ve been able to achieve a good chunk of that goal, while also adding additional things that could improve the team.

Among those holdouts was quarterback Matthew Stafford, who signed a massive extension, while Aaron Donald confirmed his desire to return.

The Rams also managed to add stars through the market, in wide Allen Robinson and linebacker Bobby Wagner.

Now, after a good chunk of talent fled the NFC for the AFC in recent weeks, the Rams look more poised than ever for a chance at a repeat Super Bowl.

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“I think the easiest thing for me to do is stay in the moment and not worry about what it’s going to look like in September right now, or October, November and December,” said Stafford. “Just sit here and say ‘what do I need to accomplish today, this week, maybe the first two weeks. Phase One, Phase Two “…just make those goals and the things you’re trying to work on be short-term and stay in the moment as best you can.”

Stafford and the Rams will begin their quest for a repeat on Tuesday when the team arrived for voluntary workouts as they hope to become the first consecutive Super Bowl champions in two decades.


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