Matthew Stafford ‘A True Igniter’ – Sean McVay
Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay says new quarterback Matthew Stafford can assist to ‘ignite’ the workforce forward of 2021.
The Rams traded Jared Goff two weeks after shedding to the Inexperienced Bay Packers within the divisional playoff. Goff spent 5 seasons with the workforce, 4 of which have been below McVay.
They reached Tremendous Bowl LIII, however defeat to the New England Patriots proved an excessive amount of for the McVay/Goff tandem to outlive.
In Matthew Stafford, they’ve a confirmed quarterback who’s hungry for postseason success. After 12 seasons in Detroit, Stafford is the Lions’ all time chief in each passing class. Nonetheless, in three playoff appearances, he has by no means gained.
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The 33-year-old is trying ahead to working with Sean McVay.
“Clearly, I’ve acquired lots of respect for what he’s been in a position to do and attain at a younger age as a head coach within the NFL and gotten to play in opposition to a few of his offenses at sure instances, so I acquired lots of respect for him,” Stafford stated.
“It’s been nice working with him and simply making an attempt to get this factor rolling.”
McVay is a charismatic character himself, so he is aware of what he’s speaking about when he says that gamers reply to Matthew Stafford.
“This man, he’s a particular man,” McVay stated.
“I feel probably the greatest ways in which I can describe him if you hear individuals which have been round him, there’s a recognized confidence the place when he walks right into a room, you are feeling his presence, however he’s acquired an amazing humility about himself, all people loves being round him and he’s a kind of guys that’s a real igniter. He makes all people round him higher.”