Los Angeles Rams Extend Head Coach And General Manager

The Los Angeles Rams have been a dominant force since young Sean McVay took over, capturing their first Lombardi under his reign a year ago, and with the team that they've put together with a good Super Bowl window, no one should overlook the work of General Manager Les Snead. Together, they've built a team with weapons at almost every position, and on the day of their season opener against fellow heavyweight in the Buffalo Bills, the Rams have announced 3-year extensions for both men.

Since the moment both joined the Rams, few mistakes have been made, and while they've taken risks, if they could capture another Super Bowl over the next 3-4 years, every single risk and gamble they took will have paid off. Sure, the salary cap is being stretched as far as possible, but in the pursuit of the biggest prize in the NFL, it's all worth it, but none of it would work without McVay leading the ship.

Few coaches in NFL history have had such success so early in their career, and if the Rams are smart, they'll keep McVay and Snead around as long as possible, and today, both men became among the highest paid in their positions in the league, deservedly so. There's a lot of pressure on these men also, as Rams fans see the next 2-3 seasons as Super Bowl or bust, so if they can't make that happen, 2026 may be an interesting time in LA, but for now, both have been fantastic in building this team, and will continue in LA for the next 4 seasons. 

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