Matthew Stafford did exactly what he was brought into the Los Angeles Rams to do. When LA made the blockbuster deal of sending Jared Goff and the first two picks to Detroit for Stafford, it became clear that they were fully committed to an immediate win.
While trading all-important draft options is risky, no one can go wrong with the Rams now as they have reached the top of the sport in just their first season from trading.
While Matthew Stafford may have ended the regular season in stellar form (8 INTs in 4 games), he has put all critics to sleep with his sensational performance in every game. playoffs. Dan Orlovsky has made it very clear how he feels about his former teammate recently.
Dan Orlovsky hails Matthew Stafford as the best clutch midfielder
Appeared on ESPN’s ‘Get Up’, Dan Orlovsky is quoted saying “This (the late return) is when he is at his most comfortable. This is when he believes in himself most, when he is at his most peaceful.”
Orlovsky added “He did it 150 times. It was never reviewed because it was in Detroit and it wasn’t for the Super Bowl. It was just another Sunday afternoon for him.”
That statement is certainly true. Matthew Stafford has 42 career wins, ranking 7th of all time. Of course, no one noticed it because 38 of them came to Detroit.
In just the 2021 NFL knockouts, however, Stafford brought his team back in three straight, divisional championship, NFC, and Super Bowl. Some players just have the clutch gene inside of them and Stafford is definitely one such full-back.
Given the unbelievable record that Matthew Stafford has done this season, he has proven the Rams right to bet the house on him and keep them as opponents for the next few years. The duo of Stafford and Kupp can dominate the NFL and do not rule out Odell Beckham Jr. if he stays in LA. Here’s a team to keep an eye on.
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