McVay’s offense provides upside for QB Jared Goff

The former first overall pick could benefit greatly from his new head coach Sean McVay.

| 4 weeks ago
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McVay’s offense provides upside for QB Jared Goff


The Los Angeles Rams turned to offensive-minded coach Sean McVay to right a Rams offense that after three years never graded higher than 27th overall. McVay’s progress with his former pupil – Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins – shows promise for the Rams and young QB Jared Goff.

  • Since he took over as offensive coordinator for the Redskins in 2014, Washington’s offense vaulted from a 24th overall grade by PFF, to 18th in 2015 and finally up to sixth in 2016.
  • Over the last three seasons, Cousins averaged 8.1 yards per attempt in 2016 – third best among quarterbacks. Goff’s 2016 yds/att was 2.8 yards less than Cousins – and dead last in the NFL among 37 qualifying quarterbacks.
  • The Rams have had only one quarterback throw for more than 2,200 yards since 2012, and only twice has a quarterback thrown more than 3,500 yards since 2010.
  • Goff’s final year at Cal saw him finish with an overall grade of 87.9 while attempting 531 passes. Cousins has averaged 598 attempts over the last two seasons.

 

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  • crosseyedlemon

    The coaching changes are the best thing to happen to the Rams in a while. They should have dumped Fisher long before they did. Goff will show that the scouts who pegged him as the best prospect his draft year, weren’t idiots after all.

  • DDub

    Jeff Fisher And Rex Ryan are the grim reaper of QB’s.., If you are a QB for either of them… You may as well put a anchor around your neck and jump off the football cliff.. You are better off!!