He sells the Rams future for the ring and now I believe he is devoid of draft picks, is in cap hell and his team is without depth. So, he’s looking to run away from a rebuild. He will go to TV until another team courts him and has draft picks for him to trade away their future.
Sean Payton vol.2?
I mean, its kind of crummy, but at the same time, championship banner fly forever. The interesting thing to me, is if say, Tampa doesn't completely forget about Kupp on a deep ball with 30 seconds left, or Cincy doesn't stupidly run their defense that matches Kupp up with Logan Wilson, or Tartt (I Think) doesn't drop the world's easiest interception,
anything that could have easily gone the other way, the narrative is what a stupid decision trading all these picks were, especially the Stafford one, and this strategy of going all-in was a massive failure.
I like McVay, I think he's a great HC, and I'm not even sure a rebuild would be the right call at this point, assuming Stafford/Donald don't retire. But, like Payton, I'd be a little nervous about bringing in a guy who cut and run in the future, which on a side note, is one of the reasons I think any team who actually trades a 1st for Payton is being foolish.