The Los Angeles Rams made the biggest moves during the NFL free agency period this offseason by trading for big name players such as corners Aqib Talib from the Denver Broncos, corner Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs, and wide receiver Brandin Cooks from the New England Patriots, while also managing to sign former Dolphin and Lion Ndamukong Suh to an already dangerous defensive line with quarterback killers Aaron Donald & Michael Brockers. With the NBA’s love for Super Teams, and LeBron James move to Los Angeles it’s fair to ask of the Rams are the NFL’s version of a super team for the 2018 NFL season?


Brandon Perna from That’s Good Sports takes a look at these player acquisitions, plus what the Rams did in the NFL Draft, and evaluates how they might perform in 2018. Is Sean McVay the right leader for this team with big personalities? How dangerous will the Rams defense be, and can Jared Goff with running back Todd Gurley behind him improve even more in his 3rd season at QB? The NFC West is going to be a competitive division with the Seattle Seahawks and the improving San Francisco 49ers.

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