Finally, the #1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft, Jared Goff, will take the field for the LA Rams this Sunday. No one has had worse quarterback play than the Rams the past two seasons as they rank last in basically every passing statistic. We've seen 6 rookie NFL quarterbacks so far this season, only two, Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz, have actually stood out as future franchise quarterbacks. Even they weren't supposed to be thrusted into the starting role like they were though, Dak got where he is now because Romo and the Cowboys backup both went down with injury, so they didn't have much choice. Wentz wasn't supposed to play either, many thought he wouldn't see the field at all this season, but the Vikings came calling, Sam Bradford was traded, and he was throw to the sharks as well. With the Rams situation it wasn't necessary for Fisher to throw Goff into the wild right away, he gave him time to get acclimated to being a NFL quarterback, and now the Rams have seen enough of Case Keenum, and are deciding to give Goff some real game experience. I like the move, there was no rush, I don't know why everyone was in such a rush to see him get put into the starting role, it's not like the Rams are going anywhere, pun most definitley intended. I think the Rams actually handled this situation to perfection, they have 7 games left, and they aren't making the playoffs so it's the perfect time for him to get accustomed to running their offense in preparation for next season. I don't think Goff will do anything close to what Wentz and Dak have done, but they also set the bar unusually high for rookie quarterbacks. Goff will have moments where he looks completely lost, but then he'll have his moments where you're like okay this kid has a future in this league, those are my reasonable expectations for Goff. Nothing too special, Goff will most certainly be an upgrade from Case Keenum in the long run, maybe even in the short run as well. Only thing is Goff will be compared to Dak and Wentz, which is just totally unfair, and that'll make him look a lot worse in people's eyes than he really is. Goff is a project, there's no denying that, but I think he'll be able to be a solid quarterback for the Rams for years to come.