Sean McVay’s Rams took the league by storm last autumn, scorching opponents with an air-and-ground attack that led the NFL in points.
The team’s newest defensive stars still can’t believe what they’re seeing.
Fellow star cover man Marcus Peters, added through a swap with the Chiefs, agreed: It’s crazy unique.
It’s one reason the Rams roll into September as a not-so-sneaky pick to appear in Super Bowl LIII.
And just like last week, only the Tuesday practice is open to reporters. ( Click here to read our Darnold observations and takeaways from Day 1 of OTAs.)
All told, the Jets have 13 spring practices — 10 OTAs plus a three-day mandatory minicamp from June 12-14.
The Jets conclude OTAs next week, when they practice from Monday through Thursday. And just like the first two weeks, only the Tuesday practice is open to reporters next week.
All three days of the Jets’ mandatory minicamp will be open to reporters.
Darnold is competing with veterans Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater for the Jets’ starting quarterback job, after the Jets drafted Darnold third overall.
Bridgewater — who is coming off surgery to repair a serious knee injury — looked good in Week 1 of OTAs. Let’s see if he can keep that up in Week 2.
McCown re-signed with the Jets this offseason after being their starter last season, his first with the organization. McCown turns 39 in July. Darnold turns 21 in exactly one week.
At least Flowers has now joined the competition, rather than sitting it out.