Jared Goff went 0-7 as a starter his rookie season after taking over as starting quarterback midway through the 2016 campaign. But after big changes in Los Angeles, Goff and the Rams took off in 2017 making the playoffs for the first time in his career and the first time since the Rams moved to the left coast.
Much of that success is credited to Rams coach Sean McVey, but Goff greatly improved under center for the Rams in his sophomore season, clicking with his wideouts and growing into the quarterback many hoped the first overall pick in 2016 could be.
Goff talked with Uproxx as he headed for downtown Minneapolis to take part in Super Bowl 52 festivities. While the goal is to reach the Super Bowl as a player, he said he’s enjoying the experience. He also talked about his first Pro Bowl appearance, wings, and how much he learned in his second season as a pro.