2. Los Angeles Rams
It is hard to believe the defending champs have fallen as far as they have after their impressive championship run. They have fallen far out of the playoff race and watched their offense quickly fall into Cooper Kupp or bust mentality that ended with both Kupp and Stafford injured and sitting out.
Stafford is a Super Bowl-winning quarterback who deserves respect, however, before the Rams decided to shut Stafford down his turnover woes continued. Stafford is an old thirty-four having taken far too much punishment in Detriot and Los Angeles leaving concerns about his health and level of play moving forward.
For now, the Rams are stuck with a combination of John Wolford and Baker Mayfield. Mayfield dazzled in his first game with a late comeback that left many forgetting the futility with which he led the offense for much of the game.
Pulling for Baker is easy when you consider the last year of his career, however, considering his recent track record the Rams easily have one of the worst quarterback situations in the league unless Baker can get back to the player he was two years ago in Cleveland. If that happens perhaps an unlikely quarterback controversy begins to brew in Los Angeles.