Is it Super Bowl or bust for Matthew Stafford and the Rams? | Get Up

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The Get Up crew has high expectations for the Los Angeles Rams as they head into the new season with QB Matthew Stafford.

0:00 Sean McVay’s quote on Matthew Stafford.

1:10 Jeff Darlington says Stafford better be the missing piece for the Rams.

2:06 Will the Rams’ lack of depth be their undoing this season?

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