The Los Angeles Rams hardly looked like the defending Super Bowl champions in their Week 1 31-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills or in Monday’s September 24 loss at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers, which defeated the Rams. down 2-2 on the Season match.
Some people can understand quickly saying that the Rams are just going through a standard “Super Bowl Hangover” after their title-winning win last winter. However, Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk noted on Tuesday morning that quarterback Matthew Stafford is, simply put, playing worse than he did in the 2021 campaign.
“He’s only averaging 6.8 yards per pass after averaging 8.1 last year he intercepts four percent of his passes compared to 2.8 percent last year, the number of touches his passes have dropped to 2.7 percent of his passes this year from 6.8 percent last year, and he Smith writes of Stafford, for 9.6% of those fired after 4.8% last year.
Jourdan Rodrigue of the athlete Last month pointed out that Stafford underwent a non-surgical procedure on the elbow of his throwing arm in March due to a problem believed to be “something like tendinitis.” Based on Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times, Stafford asserted last week the elbow felt “pretty good” going into Monday’s clash with San Francisco.
As Smith added, ESPN stats show the Rams starting third ranked 30th in yards per game (68.5) and 29th in yards per take (3.3). Head coach Sean McVay and company will not receive any midweek break following Monday’s results, as they will have to immediately begin prepping for Sunday’s 3-1 game against the Dallas Cowboys. come here.