The 2020 NFL season has officially come to an end after the Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV on Sunday.
It’s not all that surprising that Los Angeles ranks near the middle of the pack. Even though they still possess a talented roster which includes star quarterback Justin Herbert, it’s hard to gauge what Brandon Staley brings to the table as a first-time head coach.
Not only that, but L.A. also needs to address both the offensive and defensive line, cornerback and special teams corps to ensure they have enough ammo to go toe-to-toe with AFC West rival, the Kansas City Chiefs.
If the Bolts nail their offseason, those odds will likely increase heading into the 2021 regular season.