The Rams engineered a quick offensive turnaround following the 2017 hire of Sean McVay, in part because of the coach's ability to adjust offensive play calls at the line of scrimmage. Once the defense showed its hand, McVay would find the optimal counter. While coach Kliff Kingsbury is similarly praised for his offensive acumen, the approach is different.
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All good things must come to an end. Apparently, that includes New York Giants Hall-of-Fame defensive end Michael Strahan’s run as the NFL’s single-season sack king. Arizona Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones said Strahan’s record of 22.5 sacks recorded in 2001 is in jeopardy this season (coronavirus not withstanding).