What I liked, what I hated, what didn’t matter to me
There was a lot of good news to come out of the LA Rams’ 34-14 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 1, not least of which is a relatively healthy health check.
We’ve already talked a lot about the game on Turf Show Times in the first two days of Endgame, getting lots of ideas and thoughts from different voices, including the TST community. With a lot of things sorted out now, I laid out three final thoughts in Tuesday’s edition of “What I liked, hated and didn’t care about” on the Turf Show podcast. Times.
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- I loved that we finally got to see Matthew Stafford in a Rams uniform and that he was everything LA hoped for for his debut. Stafford broke personal bests and the Rams’ offense was as good as it has been since 2018 – but from a passing perspective, LA’s offense could be much better.
- Hated that there was only one game! It’s not that I’m impatient to get to the middle of the season – football is missed by all of us during those 8-9 months without him – but I would like to overcome overreaction and move quickly to a good 10 games. . look at some of the LA players like Van Jefferson and Justin Hollins.
- I’m indifferent to the fact that the Rams didn’t have a lot of sacks and allowed some big ground gains early on. David Montgomery had a 41-yard run, but it wasn’t like every run was like this. The Rams knew that if they played the game, they wanted to play it, that they would win. They played it the way they wanted to play it – even better than expected – and they won.
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