The Los Angeles Rams weren't noted for their defensive strengths in 2017 but it wasn't because they don't wreak havoc on that side of the ball. Last years effort by DT Aaron Donald and DE Robert Quinn were simply over shadowed by the output QB Jared Goff, WR Sammy Watkins, WR Tavon Austin, and Todd Gurley produced for Los Angeles. 2nd year head coach Sean Mcvay has his eyes set on making a deeper playoff run this upcoming season and his football club added defensive terror DT Ndamukong Suh to the equation to make such manifestation likely.
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The underachieving Miami Dolphins gave former head coach Joe Phiblin the boot in 2015. Then, they swift kicked their franchise man DT Ndamukong Suh at the end of last season for unspecified reasons. In an achy heart-wrenching post-season loss to the Dallas Cowboys in 2015, the Detroit Lions refused to re-sign Suh faring him well to Miami where he became one of the highest paid players in the league. Now at age 31, Suh can see his youth dissipating and a desire to become an NFL champion becoming rampant. The Dolphins believed Jay Cutler would solve problems (wishful thinking), and when he didn't, Suh found himself again in the unrest of being involved with a team that seemed lack about getting over the hump. With 5 sacks and two forced fumbles last season, Suh is ready to join DT Aaron Donald as they look to storm the NFC West in 2018. With a declining Seahawks team, an unsettled Arizona Cardinals bunch, and a heavily hyped 49ers Club, the Rams may be looking reproduce yet another stellar year on the gridiron in 2018. It won't be long before the franhcise team will be showcasing their product at the all new Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park. Check out this video below.