The Rams are trying to go all in to win a Super Bowl this year.
They first traded for LB Von Miller and then signed free agent Odell Beckham Jr. after he was waived by the Browns.
For some reason, former Cowboys Super Bowl winning QB Troy Aikman doesn’t like that they’re trying to make a super team to win it all.
While talking to 1310 The Ticket, Aikman says
We’ve talked about it — the all-star team just — I’ve never seen it work in the NFL,” Aikman said, as transcribed by Rams Wire’s Skyler Carlin. “I know Washington tried it back in, I think, ‘99. I’ve just never seen a team that goes out and tries to put together this all-star team that can win a Super Bowl, much less success. It usually unravels, and right now, that’s kind of what’s happening to the Rams. They’ve just not been very consistent.”
It was not a good performance at all the other night when we had them, but I don’t know if they’re going to be able to pull it together or not,” Aikman said. “That was a huge game for both of those teams, not only for the Rams to keep pace with Arizona in the division, but also they were still in the hunt potentially for a first-round bye. But it just does not have a good feel. I feel it throughout the entire organization. I just don’t know that they’re going — I don’t think they’re done. I think they’re going to have some moments where they climb back into it, but I don’t know if they’re going to have enough to get over the hump.”
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with trying to put the best team with the most talent on the field because it’s extremely hard to win a Super Bowl.
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