Rams news: Goff building chemistry with new offensive weapons

The NFL team organized activities have started and so has the Rams news.

Recent Rams news include LA providing their franchise quarterback with weapons. Los Angeles had weapons on defense in 2016, yet the offense was lacking.

In essence, they had an excellent defense and an okay offense. They had one main prominent target in receiver Kenny Britt. After the 2016 NFL season, Britt left LA to join the Cleveland Browns. In return, Robert Woods left the Buffalo Bills and returned home to LA.

Goff wasn’t extremely successful last season, but he was good. He had his fair share of ups and downs with the team. He needed weapons around him and LA got those through the draft as well as in Woods. Everyone is now building their chemistry with each other.

In order for him and the team to succeed he needed more skilled skill players, raw athletic talent for a lack of better words. The Los Angeles Rams were one of the few teams who graded well in the draft.

They selected a few players who will be difference makers for the Rams. For instance, they selected Cooper Kupp from Eastern Washington and tight end Gerald Everett from South Alabama. Additionally, they have former USC Trojans running back Justin Davis. Davis provides depth at the running back position and outstanding athletic ability behind Todd Gurley as well.

Depth on offense is one key for the Rams to succeeding in the upcoming NFL season. Jared Goff and his new weapons are building their chemistry.

LA has always had one quality receiver. During the offseason, they have picked up multiple quality receivers. It is as if the Rams have finally found the pieces to the puzzle and connected them.

Now all that is left is to finish the puzzle and turn it into the masterpiece it is. All of the art of the puzzle pieces will shine during the 2017 NFL season.

Finally, the offense will be as good as the defense and be able to hold their own. LA Rams new era is work in progress that is almost completed.