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Rob Parker: "Leaving the Rams High and Dry Is a Bad Look for Sean McVay"

Rob Parker: “The Rams did everything they could to make him a winner. They wanted to win and he was the ‘wonder boy’ being hired as the youngest head coach in NFL history. They had the ‘F- them picks’ mindset, made terrible trades to go all in and got what they wanted with a Super Bowl... But they have nothing for the next few years, and that’s why I think Sean McVay stepping away isn’t a good look. To me, if he’s really that ’wonder boy head coach,’ I want to see if he can rebuild the team and then win. He did stuff when he got there with Jared Goff, but let’s see what he can do now. However, there are no reinforcements coming so the easy thing to do is to bail and leave the Rams holding the bag, which has a hole in the bottom. If I’m the Rams, I’m not too happy about this.”
Chris Broussard: “I couldn’t disagree more, because he almost left after the Super Bowl. Unless you think that was one big charade, he still toyed with the idea. Also, I don’t need to see anything else from McVay he’s a top-tier coach. He turned that franchise into a competitor immediately when he took over, they were consistent his entire tenure. He’s a made man.”

The Odd Couple’s Chris Broussard and Rob Parker debate whether Sean McVay is doing the right thing, by stepping away from the Rams, and leaving the Rams in a tough spot. Although the news isn’t official with McVay, the guys have conflicting opinions on whether his legacy will be tainted if he does. Listen to the segment above!