Todd Gurley proved all his ACL-doubters wrong in 2015, becoming the offensive rookie of the year, rushing for 1,106 and averaging 4.8 yards per carry. Now, how to follow up on that debut? Gurley’s 2015 stats are likely nowhere near his full potential; it’s easy to forget that he missed the first four games last year while rehabbing his knee. Just imagine what he can do with 16 games, especially considering that Gurley will be an important support for Jared Goff when (if?) the Rams play the rookie quarterback. Expect big numbers from the big-city L.A. running back this year.
— Kalyn Kahler