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Inviato: Gio 09 Mag 2019 @ 08:14 Oggetto: Should the LA Rams trade Jared Goff before giving
him a massive deal? An interesting topic came up on twitter today John Franklin-Myers Jersey , when ESPNís Bill Barnwell suggested that a team would potentially try to - and the Rams might be interested in listening to - trade offers for Los Angeles Ramsí quarterback Jared Goff a year or two down the road.Now this is obviously not a rumor or speculation, but more so a look at how the Rams could continue to keep star talent all over their roster by not having to potentially pay Goff $100M(+) when the time comes due. Itís certainly a very risky proposition, as there are no guarantees the Rams donít completely fall apart without a strong QB. There are a few things to consider here. First of all, youíd have to come to grips with trading away the No. 1 overall pick without any guarantees of acquiring an even half decent starter. Sean Mannion certainly wouldnít be able to carry the team to the postseason. And then youíd have to consider whether or not Sean McVay would be the QB whisperer to another young QB and provide the same type of results we saw from Goff in 2017. But if you can wrap your brain around the idea, the next question is what the compensation would look like.If the Rams were to be offered a 1st round pick, the answer is definitely no. But if a team, letís say a not very good team with a huge need for a QB, was to offer you TWO first round picks, then maybe itís something to consider. Maybe not. But at some point in time the potential trade compensation has to get you thinking. At any rate, the TST staff were having some fun with the idea...well, we were mostly bickering, but I felt it might be something the TST fans - who are smarter than us - might enjoy. Here are a few of our thoughts. We hope youíll share yours in the comments below: Sosa KremenjasYeah, Iíd be open to it. I think it could be a stroke of brilliance if performed properly, though the NFL is a very old-school type of league so let me preface this by saying I donít think itíll ever happen. But back to the pros/cons. This offense has far more to do with Sean McVay than it does with Jared Goff. He simplifies the game for the QB. His route combinations and plans of attack are downright brilliant. You have arguably the best RB in the league. The offensive line is strong. The trio of weapons are among the best in the league. If you can find another QB who can offer you 5 years of controlled costs (as well as potentially multiple draft picks) to improve the team elsewhere, youíre a Superbowl contender. It also helps to do it in a year where thereís a strong draft, particularly at QB, such as the past two drafts. Lastly Brian Allen Jersey , how many QBís could start for Sean McVay right now and give you what Jared Goff gives you? 10? 15? Maaaybe 20?Again, I donít think it will happen, but it would absolutely be something Iíd be open to.Tevin BronerI canít see the Rams trading Goff. Teams are scared to trade or get rid of QBs like Blake Bortles or Andy Dalton. Hell, I was surprised when the Rams got rid of Sam Bradford.With that being said, I could imagine a scenario with the Rams finding a QB in the draft and maybe Goff gets injured. But it just seems far-fetched, even if I think that heís a system QB.Charlie HillerIíve wondered about the idea of flipping Goff for a rookie/FA when the time comes but itís incredibly risky. If you think that McVay truly is a QB whisperer who can turn an average-to-replacement-level guy into a serviceable starter, then pull the trigger. But if Goff had any bit to do with last seasonís success, I think you have to keep him and build around him. Who knows, maybe heís one of those ďteam friendlyĒ guys when it comes to be contract time. That being said, if thereís a QB projecting to be a late 1st or 2nd rounder and McVay wants him...I think heís earned the benefit of the doubt. Even at the risk of plunging the team right back into quarterback hell.Eric NagelNo, trading Goff is a silly idea. Quarterback is easily the most in demand position in football, and getting rid of someone, who admittedly the jury is still out on (but put up nearly 4000 yards and 30TDs last year) is quite frankly stupid.Teams would kill for that level of production, and there is no guarantee a rookie would be able to replicate that.Put it this way - you donít trade him, and youíll probably get similar stats. Trade him and it doesnít work out? Somebody is getting fired. If thatís your level of risk, cool. But it isnít mine.HotdaddywagsShort answer: no. No, you donít deal a promising QB prospect at or near the end of his rookie deal. Weíve played hell trying to find a capable signal caller for a decade Joseph Noteboom Jersey , and weíve got a kid who has a high ceiling and is a good fit for our offense. Still, itís an intriguing notion Ė if Goff is average in 2018 and the Rams fall short of expectations based on his play, you have to wonder how that impacts his sticker price. And if that price is too high, and youíve established a strong trade market, identified a veteran stopgap solution and a draft target, you definitely consider it. But until we have more information, Iím in the ďif it ainít broke, donít fix it,Ē camp and am hopeful Goff silences his critics and becomes a guy worthy of the big bucks.Joey AucoinI would hope that if Goff isnít a top 5-10 QB, his agents wonít ask for the farm. Like, if itís clear that heís Andy Dalton or Blake Bortles (which is not the case yet), he shouldnít get Derek Carr money. I want Goff to succeed and still feel like heís getting better. I want this season to be proof that all of the ďGoff sucksĒ jerks have been jumping the gun.seattleramsRight now Iím a big no. The Rams spent 8 years looking for someone to fill the position after Marc Bulger left. Goff might not be Drew Breeís, but itís working, so leave things as they are.However, with that said... I am on board with allowing Sean McVay to do anything he wishes with this team. If he wants to move Jared Goff along for a used pizza box, I am going to trust his beautiful ass to make it work.Brandon BateIíd definitely listen to offers. I realize itís a huge risk trading away your quarterback. I also think Sean McVay has the potential to turn an average QB into a very good one ó especially if heís able to maintain the talent level around him. The setup the Rams have now, with Goff on his rookie contract Jack Youngblood Jersey , is ideal. Itís a large part of whatís allowed them to build the roster as you see it today. Again, itís risky, but I would put my trust in McVay to get a signal caller - whether it be a free agent or a rookie - ready and make the Rams a consistently solid team. Gregg Williams won a Super Bowl in New Orleans. He also was suspended for a year for organizing a bounty scheme with the Saints.Williams, elevated from assistant to head coach of the Cleveland Browns when Hue Jackson was fired Monday, has quite the resume for his work building aggressive and usually successful defenses. That resume, though, is tainted by what went down in New Orleans.Williams, now 60, helped the Saints win their only Super Bowl as defensive coordinator from 2009-11. His unit, led by Will Smith, Jonathan Vilma and Darren Sharper, gave up lots of yards and often was bailed out by a top-ranked offense.What that unit ó and every one Williams handled whether as a D-coordinator or as head coach in Buffalo ó had was an attacking style. Unfortunately, according to an NFL investigation, that led to head-hunting for money.And to one-year suspensions in 2012 for Williams and his boss, Saints coach Sean Payton.The NFL found that Williams put in place while in New Orleans a rewards system for hits on opponents with intent to injure, including increased payments for tackles that knocked an opposing player out of a game, called "cart-offs." If the Saints' defense knew of an opponent's previous or lingering injury Torry Holt Jersey , they would target it.Injuring such stars as Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers drew "special" rewards, the league found.Some players also said Williams did the same when he worked for the Bills and Redskins; others refuted that."I want to coach defenses that are respected, and they're respected when they're feared," Williams said while working for the Saints. "None of the things we do is cheap. They're aggressive. What we do is, we're going to play hard, and here's the deal, we're not going to apologize. I'm not going to apologize for how hard our guys play and I'm not going to apologize if they're trying to lay the wood on everybody. When the other team is worried about protecting themselves over protecting the ball, we all like that a lot better."The league suspension was handed down in March 2012 after Williams had been hired to oversee the St. Louis Rams' defense. He subsequently was released by the Rams and sat out that year.Tennessee brought him in for the 2013 season after the NFL ban was lifted, and he moved to the Rams in 2014. Williams was let go at the end of 2016 and joined the Browns under Jackson last year.While in Buffalo, Williams had a 17-31 record in charge from 2001-03.Wherever he has worked, Williams has been known for his defensive acumen and for his willingness to speak far more freely than most NFL coaches. That style generally has made him popular with his players ó many of the Saints defended his approach when he was there ó but his forthrightness also has led to harsh feelings with others.With offensive coordinator Todd Haley also fired Monday, Williams was the only remaining assistant with NFL head coaching experience.AP Sports Writer Brett Martel contributed.