After one start, we’ve seen all that we needed to see.
Chicago Bears quarterback Andy Dalton is a fine signal-caller. Any team would be thrilled to have his experience and leadership in the locker room. That doesn’t mean he should be the starting quarterback for the Bears, however.
On Sunday night, the Los Angeles Rams finally were able to open their brand new stadium — SoFi Stadium — with fans in attendance. It was the debut for former Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in a Rams uniform, and he quickly proved that he still has quite a bit left in his tank.
The Rams moved to 1-0 on the year, easily handling the Bears 34-14.
The Rams offense was explosive with Stafford behind center, a very nice change of pace from the years of Jared Goff leading the offense. Stafford was an incredibly efficient 20-26 for 321 yards and three touchdowns. On his second throw in a Rams uniform, Stafford showed the Rams