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Rams fans excited by Matthew Stafford’s latest interview

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Quarterback Matthew Stafford said he believes the Los Angeles Rams can do better this year than when they won the Super Bowl last year.

Last offseason, the Los Angeles Rams completed a blockbuster trade with the Detroit Lions for quarterback Matthew Stafford. The move is to improve their position and achieve their goal of winning the Super Bowl. Sure enough, in his first season with the team, Stafford helped Los Angeles win Super Bowl 56 and beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20.

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In an interview with Stu Jackson of the Rams’ official website, Stafford said that with what he now knows about the team and the offense, he feels they can “go beyond. [they] Did it last year. “

Matthew Stafford believes Rams can ‘exceed’ everything they did last season

Given how he played last season, how can Rams fans not be hyped when they hear Stafford say he believes the team can do better than when they won the Super Bowl last year?

In his first season with the team, Stafford completed 67.2 percent of his passes for 4,886 yards, 41 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. In four playoff games, Stafford threw for 1,188 yards, 9 touchdowns and 3 interceptions (70.0 completion percentage).

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The offense will look different going into 2022 compared to 2021. The team signed former Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Alan Robinson to pair with Cooper Cooper and Van Jefferson, a huge addition to the team. However, they did trade Robert Woods to the Tennessee Titans, and Odell Beckham Jr. is currently a free agent as he recovers from a torn ACL in Super Bowl 56.

Stafford and the Rams will be expected to be Super Bowl champions again. Since the NFC doesn’t go into the Super Bowl as brutally as the AFC, it’s not out of the question to see them go to the big game again.

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They got their first major test in the season opener, where they face an AFC contender in the Buffalo Bills.

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