The Los Angeles Rams hired Sean McVay. Sean McVay is the youngest head coach that has been hired at the age of 30 years of age in the NFL. With McVay being the head coach for the Rams, he will have his work cut out for him. After firing Jeff Fisher during mid-season and having a 4-12 record, the Rams are looking to go in the right direction and start winning again.
“I am incredibly honored by this opportunity and I want to start by thanking Mr. Kroenke and Kevin Demoff for their faith in me to lead the Los Angeles Rams as head coach,” McVay said. “Collectively, we are committed to building a championship caliber team, and I’m excited to start that process and make our fans proud.”
“This is a great day as we welcome Sean McVay as our new head coach,” Rams owner Stanley Kroenke said in a press release. “The accomplishments and success that he has had in less than a decade in our league are impressive. We are confident in his vision to make this team a consistent winner and we will all continue to work together to achieve our ultimate goal — bringing a Rams Super Bowl championship home to Los Angeles.”
McVay may be young, but he has improved the Redskins’ organization when he was the offensive coordinator in D.C.
Before he took over as the Redskins’ offensive coach, the team was ranked 25th in the league. In 2014, the Redskins’ offense moved into the top 10. McVay molded the Redskins’ into a potent offense.
The Rams are aggressive with rebuilding their organization. With a new head coach, defensive coordinator, and new players that have the potential to turn this organization around, this was a good move for the Rams.
Last season, the Rams averaged 14 points per game; a league worst and they were last with 263.7 yards per game.
Rams’ QB Jared Goff is excited with his new coach. Last night he tweeted, “Excited for the future of this team. Let’s do this thing!
The Rams’ organization, as well as the players are excited for what the future may hold with them.