Thousand Oaks, California-If everything goes according to plan against the Arizona Cardinals, then guard quarterback John Wolford will lead the Los Angeles Rams into the playoffs.
In addition, Walford may no longer have to listen to head coach Sean McVay (Sean McVay) yelling, and teammates will never read his name by mistake, and he will be able to delete those that have been recorded in his past. LinkedIn account for financial careers.
Wolford said on Wednesday: “I know I will spin, I know I will free throws, and then in mind, it is to make the right decision so that we have the greatest chance of winning.”
Wolford will make his debut without the absence of quarterback Jared Goff, who underwent surgery with his thumb on Monday and will be absent for at least a week.
To gain a spot in the playoffs, the Rams (9-6) must defeat the Cardinals (8-7) at SoFi Stadium to win, or the Chicago Bears (8-7) must lose to the Green Bay Packers at home ( 12-3) They are fighting for the top seeds of NFC.
Wolford said: “This is what you dream of in your life.” When Wolford talked about his first national rugby league, he started from the playoffs. “But I won’t be too fascinated for the time being.”
During the 15.5 minute video conference with reporters on Wednesday, Wolford appeared very calm and answered questions frankly. He admitted that he found that he slept less than usual the night he was about to leave, but he said he had returned to his routine since then.
He clarified how to pronounce his surname-this is “Wolford”, although he said he would not disturb when the pronunciation is wrong, this is the whole process of McWall playing for the team for two years at Walford Done. As for the LinkedIn account he created when he was a freshman in Wake Forest, at the time the NFL career seemed unlikely, he planned to enter the financial industry, and his career was updated this week as “the quarterback of the Los Angeles Rams.”
Wolford said: “If this Sunday goes well, maybe I will delete it.”
McVay, successor Robert Woods and defensive coordinator Brandon Staley (Wolford), who is in charge of executing the reconnaissance team, confronts his troops-the inexperienced QB can lead them to obtain The victory on Sunday is full of confidence.
Stanley said: “John Wolford (John Wolford) fully respects our entire team, coaches and players because of how he performs in the practice range, conferences and weight room.” “When you don’t need to actually perform in the NFL game When it comes to gaining the respect of my teammates, I think this is a rare thing.”
When asked which skills he possesses may differ from Gough’s skills, Wolford-he is 6 feet 1 and 200 pounds-pointed out his speed and agility.
Wolford said: “I don’t want to beat Jared’s athleticism. He is an excellent athlete. He is a quarterback in the NFL, but I think I’m faster than him and can do more with my legs. More exercise.”
McVeigh said: “I do think John’s skills are very interesting, watching him execute our offense and how to change lives.” “Everyone has his own creativity, but I think he will do well, distribute and Make the right decision.”
The Rams did not practice on Wednesday, but took a walk.
McQuay said of Wolford’s presence in the campaign: “Good communication, good command of the work we want to accomplish.” “Good understanding and ownership of the initial part of the game plan. .”
It is planned to resume practice on Thursday and Friday as the Rams are preparing for Sunday’s game without leading leading scorer Darrell Henderson and injured Cooper Cooper, who was transferred to the reserve team this week/COVID-19 List.
Woods said that Wolford turned 25 in October. He is not lacking in confidence and he is known to leave the practice range every day after meeting the demands of catchers who want to throw more balls. But even Woods is not sure what the outcome of Wolford’s game will bring. After Wolford retired in 2018 and signed with the Rams’ practice lineup last season, he dropped a league-high 14 touchdowns in the collapsed American League. football League.
Woods said: “I haven’t seen him in the NFL or live games. I have watched him a few preseason games and watched his highlights on YouTube.” “Check him out to see what he can do, but Actually just came here and looked forward to John’s appearance.”