The NFL is catching up to Sean McVay and the Rams
Sean McVay and his high flying rams were effectively shut down in a Sunday night road loss to the Bears at freezing Soldier Field, and Colin thinks it’s more proof that L.A. has plenty of flaws that the media and fans are will to overlook due to their Showtime on grass offense.
McVay has been labeled by the media as the greatest coaching genius since Belichick, and Colin thinks it’s rubbing those around the league the wrong way and putting a target on his team’s back every single week. Last night, Bears HC Matt Nagy severely out-coached McVay, and the Rams looked far from dominant in less than ideal conditions against a physical defense. McVay and the Rams are still ahead of the curve, but they’re very beatable when pushed around a little bit and get taken out of their comfort zone.
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Michael Irvin – NFL Network Analyst and Hall of Fame Wide Receiver; Tony Gonzalez – Fox Sports NFL Analyst and former All-Pro Tight End; Cris Carter – Host of First Thing’s First and NFL Hall of Famer; Winston Moss – Former Packers OLB Coach