Rams coach Sean McVay praises Bill Belichick’s ability to negate opponents’ strenghts
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay gave praise to New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick ahead of their Super Bowl matchup in two weeks. McVay mainly touched on Belichick’s ability to make offenses feel uncomfortable at times and take them out of their element.
Sean McVay on the Patriots: "I know they do an excellent job specific to gameplanning." Says Bill Belichick "is the best" at taking away an opponent's strengths. @CVRamsClub @DowntownRams @usatodaynfl
— Joe Curley (@vcsjoecurley) January 22, 2019
McVay is the youngest head coach to ever appear in a playoff game and although he is a fantastic offensive minded coach, his work will be undoubtedly cut out for him against the Patriots. The Rams match up very well against the Patriots and it’ll be a great game with two solid defenses and two dynamic offenses.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff is coming off a fantastic regular season and seems to be thriving very well with McVay leading him to success. The weapons that the Rams possess are overwhelming, just like the Patriots. The Rams have two great running backs and multiples talented receivers for Goff to use at this disposal. The same can be said for the Patriots, however.
Both teams are so similar there’s no secret as to why they are both in the position they are in, but the head coaching experience might be the true test during this matchup. Belichick against the young McVay will be a fantastic matchup and it’s apparent that this game will go down as a great one.
The Rams were an offensive force this season and went after the necessary pieces on defense. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters have been difference makers this season. If the Rams want to win this game, the defense will need to put pressure on Brady.