LA RAMS SUPER BOWL 2019
The LA Rams Super Bowl 2019 journey seen the LA Rams go (13-3) and ended the 2019 NFL Playoffs as 2019 NFC Champions. The LA Rams will face the (11-5) AFC Champion New England Patriots and will feature two of the best Quarterbacks in NFL legend Tom Brady and rising super star Jared Goff. Both Quarterbacks were extremely productive in the 2018 NFL season, as they are led by two of the best Head Coaches in the NFL in Bill Belichick and 32 year old Sean McVay. Goff had a better season passing then Tom Brady as he was able to throw for 4,688 yards and 32 touchdowns, while only throwing 12 interceptions. Tom Brady had a magnificent season in his own right, as he did not look his age, while passing for 4,355 yards and 29 touchdowns with only 11 interceptions.
LA RAMS AARON DONALD
The LA Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is arguably becoming one of the best defensive linemen in NFL history, as he was able to record 20.5 sacks on the 2018 NFL season. Aaron Donald also had 25 tackles for a loss and 41 QB hits and playing alongside of Aaron Donald is one of the most feared men on the defensive line in NFL history in Ndamukong Suh. When you look at the pressure the LA Rams are able to apply up front and the stellar All-Pro players they have playing behind this monstrous defensive line, you will start to see why people believe that the LA Rams could beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53. I believe that Donald was able to amass such great statistics playing alongside Suh, as he is the much quicker defensive linemen when comparing the two players highly advanced skill sets. This outstanding play up front makes for a feast for the linebackers of the LA Rams, as linebackers Cory Littleton and Mark Barron can roam with more freedom as the beasts relentlessly create havoc up front.
AARON DONALD RAMS
Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams is the best player in the NFL according to his LA Rams offensive counterpart and Georgia Bulldogs legend Todd Gurley. Listed as 6'1, 280LBS, Aaron Donald was considered to small to play on the defensive line at the next level. Donald proved the naysayers wrong time and time again, as he was relentless in his pursuit of the Quarterback at the University of Pittsburgh. Aaron Donald was drafted with the 13th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams after setting the record for a defensive linemen at the NFL Combine with a 4.68 second 40 yard dash. He has proven to be the leader of the LA Rams defensive unit in the 2018 NFL season and looks to bring home the 2019 Super Bowl MVP, along with the Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl 53.
LA RAMS SHIRTS
We now have LA Rams throwback shirts available at College Football Today in honor of the Rams historic comeback after moving from St.Louis. They took a chance in most people's eyes on current LA Rams Head Coach Sean McVay, who is only 32, and it paid off royally in terms of the LA Rams winning the NFC Championship. Being 32 years old myself, I value Coach McVay's enthusiasm and player personnel decisions he has made for the 2019 Super Bowl Los Angeles Rams football club.
LA RAMS THROWBACK SWEATSHIRTS
LA Rams throwback sweatshirts can now be found in our LA Rams Super Bowl gear shop at College Football Today.
LA RAMS SUPER BOWL 2019
Our LA Rams Super Bowl 53 gear shop has limited edition LA Rams Super Bowl 53 apparel with the entire 2018-2019 LA Rams roster printed on each Item. We already paid tribute to the historic LA Rams barefoot kicker Mike Lansford and we are extremely excited for the 2019 NFL Super Bowl contest as the LA Rams take on the dynasty that is the New England Patriots.
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