Jared Goff thinks Rams offense still has ‘a lot of things’ to clean up
The Los Angeles Rams have raced out to an impressive start to the season being the last unbeaten team in the league through the first seven weeks.
Much of this has laid on the play of their explosive offense that has been among the most productive in the NFL headlined by Pro Bowl quarterback Jared Goff. With that in mind, Goff has voiced that he believes that there is still much to work on even after a 39-10 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 7. (h/t Cameron DaSilva of Rams Wire)
The Rams may have cruised to a comfortable win on the road against the 49ers, but the team has adopted the mindset of there always being things to improve on the field. That said, Goff has been a huge reason for their success so far this season as he’s currently ranking fourth with 2,130 passing yards, seventh with 14 touchdown passes, sixth with both a 69.7 percent completion rate and 112.7 quarterback rating.
He has taken another leap forward in his performance on the field that has seen him play with more confidence and poise in the pocket while utilizing the plethora of talent around him. Although there are many that point to him benefitting from the offensive weapons that the Rams possess, he has shown a great deal of accuracy on his throws along with the ability to extend plays in the pocket and make the right decision on throws. Running back Todd Gurley may be the driving force of the offense, but he has been just as valuable and key to their success.
Los Angeles has on tap an intriguing matchup at home in Week 8 against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. This could prove to be a tough test and another opportunity to see where the team lies with other top teams in the league.