Whicker: It’s a different circus, but Jared Goff’s Rams and Kurt Warner’s Rams resemble the same animal

By Mark Whicker

THOUSAND OAKS — Now that the Rams are in a different place, lightning is striking twice.

Todd Gurley is today’s Marshall Faulk. Jared Goff is growing into the silhouette of Kurt Warner.

Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks are running in the footsteps of Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt.  Cooper Kupp is the upgraded version of Ricky Proehl.

From 1999 through 2001, the St. Louis Rams plundered the NFL. They played 48 regular-season games and scored at least 30 points in half of them. Their offense scored 55, 63 and 57 touchdowns. Their average pass attempt went 8.64, 9.36 and 8.90 yards. They were [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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