Colin Cowherd: “Less than a year ago Sean McVay was the coaching toast of the league, leading the parade in Los Angeles, and a Super Bowl champ. Today, the Rams are a bottom-five team in the league, his offense is unwatchable, Matt Stafford has countless injuries, they’re tied for the second-longest losing streak in the NFL, and if Aaron Donald retires are they now a rebuild job? The 49ers in their division have far better players and a much better group of veteran players. The Seahawks have a far greater group of young star players. He’s lost eight straight regular season games to his coaching rival Kyle Shanahan – it drives him absolutely nuts. Not only do the Rams not have top picks, Aaron Donald has hinted at retirement, Cooper Kupp will be 30 next season and hurt again, Stafford has thumb, elbow, and spinal issues, and Bobby Wagner is moving closer to his mid-30’s. I honestly believe if Amazon offered Sean McVay a 3-4 year deal to do Thursday Night Football, I think he would take it. I do not think he wants to be a part of the rebuild. McVay could leave this sport and come back in five years, what would he be, 41? He’d still be one of the youngest coaches in the NFL.” (Full Segment Above)
Watch Colin Cowherd explain why he thinks this could be Sean McVay’s final season with the Rams less than a year removed from their Super Bowl victory over the Bengals.
Check out the segment above as Colin believes McVay could pull a John Gruden and take his talents to television to chase a massive paycheck before eventually returning to coaching down the road.