QB Jared Goff - Los Angeles Rams
|6-4, 215||Born: 10-14-1994||College: California||Drafted: Round 1, pick 2016|
Week 20: at New Orleans Saints
FBG says: Neutral matchup. Not much was asked of Jared Goff and the passing game in the Rams' Divisional Round win. Goff attempted just 28 passes, down from his seasonal average of 35, amassing just 186 yards - his second-lowest total on the year. That was probably a matchup-based call, as the Rams thoroughly dominated the undermanned Cowboys on the ground. But it also served as a reminder of Goff's clear drop-off down the 2018 stretch. Through the first 11 weeks, Goff completed 68% of his passes, averaging 322 yards and throwing 26 touchdowns. But over the past 6 games, those numbers have dwindled to 58% and 221, with just 6 scores. He's posted just a single multi-touchdown game over that span, and only one game above 207 yards. This offense is packed to the gills with receiving talent, but Goff clearly misses his most dependable all-around receiver, Cooper Kupp. Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks both posted huge seasons, and both are versatile big-play threats on any given snap. But Kupp's reliability, both in the slot and down the field, are an important security blanket for Goff. Without him, Goff's mid-level accuracy looks a lot weaker. This Sunday, Woods and Cooks will tangle with an aggressive Saints secondary that plays tight in coverage and always looks for big plays on the ball. That could be a blessing in disguise, allowing the Rams' explosive weapons to win downfield when the Saints guess wrong. When these teams met in Week 9, Goff racked up 391 yards and 3 scores, with Woods, Cooks, and Kupp combining for 274 and a pair of touchdowns. Still, it's worth noting Goff's clear second-half decline. He looked fairly erratic in last week's win, and he'll certainly need to produce more big plays to win in the Superdome. Head coach Sean McVay and pass-game coordinator Shane Waldron will likely dial up plenty of tricky, versatile routes for the wideouts and Todd Gurley out of the backfield. It will be up to Goff to take advantage with crisp, well-timed throws to get them into space - as well as sharp downfield strikes when his receivers win deep. The New Orleans pass defense opened 2018 with a big step down from their 2017 turnaround. Since midseason, however, things have again reversed course, and this unit now stands as a pesky one to face in fantasy matchups. Dating back to Week 10, they've allowed just 241 yards and 1.3 touchdowns per game. The biggest change has been swapping burnable cornerback Ken Crawley out of the lineup in favor of trade acquisition Eli Apple. Apple hasn't been flawless, but he's been much more stable on the boundary than Crawley, who routinely guessed wrong in coverage and was beaten often. The star here, however, is second-year phenom Marcus Lattimore, who has regrouped nicely from a terrible start to the year. Lattimore is a gambler himself, but his tremendous instinct and athleticism often keep him in position to hold coverage even when he jumps a route. His late interception of Alshon Jeffery's hands last week will go down in Saints lore, but his strong whole-game play was a major reason the team advanced at all. This week, he and Apple be tasked with shadowing Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks, both 1,200-yard receivers in the Rams' dynamic offense. The glaring weak spot is still slot man P.J. Williams, who's been bullied all season and could struggle to contain Woods when he moves inside. As a whole, this unit is far from perfect, but is generally aggressive enough to at least complicate matters for opposing quarterbacks. The Rams receivers may give this secondary fits, but Jared Goff will have to be consistently on-target to beat them down the field.
Recent Stats and Projections
Weekly Performance vs QB 1, QB 12, QB 24
Jared Goff's percentile rank in each category, among QB with more than 50 fantasy points.
Recent Game Summaries
2018 Week 19 vs DAL (15 / 28 / 186 / 0 / 0 pass, 6 / 12 / 0 rush)
Goff missed a potential touchdown throw to Gurley on 3rd and goal on the first drive. The Rams lined up in shotgun with Gurley aligned to Goff's left. Gurley turns his route upfield right off the left tackle's pass set - not quite a Wheel route and more like short Seam. This is one of Los Angeles' best and favorite red zone concepts. This time, the Cowboys sent a blitz with both linebackers, with the edge defender (a defensive lineman in this case) picking up Gurley if he releases. The edge defender did a good job getting hands on Gurley as he released, but Gurley did get by him. Goff panicked at the unblocked linebacker blitzing inside, threw off his back foot, and missed the open Gurley. They settled for a field goal. At the beginning of the second quarter, he had a well-executed touchdown pass in the redzone taken away as Brandin Cooks bobbled the ball as he was going to the ground. On 3rd and goal from the 5 yard line, he slightly overthrew Cooks on an open corner route in the endzone. Cooks made the catch, but was not able to get both feet in bounds. At this point, the Rams had left 8 points on the field due to poor redzone execution, a problematic area for them down the stretch of the season. On the first drive of the third quarter, the Rams were driving down to score. Goff and CJ Anderson fumbled a handoff exchange on 3rd and 3, leaving the Rams to settle for another field goal in scoring range. On the Rams' final scoring drive (carried on the ground by Anderson), Goff was stuffed at the one yard line on a quarterback sneak. On fourth down, Anderson scored on an inside run - avoiding another costly 4-point play loss.
2018 Week 17 vs SF (15 / 26 / 199 / 4 / 0 pass, 1 / 0 / 0 rush)
After spending most of November and December in a funk, Jared Goff found his footing. Aqib Talib recovered a fumble on San FranciscoÝs opening drive, giving the Rams the ball inside the 10. After two CJ Anderson runs, Goff threw an easy play action touchdown pass to Branin Cooks over the middle. He was charged with a fumble, however it looked to be the fault of Gerald Everett not taking the handoff cleanly on a Jet Sweep. He scored three more times in the game. On two, he didnÝt have to do much work - one being a catch-and-run screen by Cooks, the other a short two-yarder by Josh Reynolds. However, his first touchdown to Reynolds was a perfectly thrown pass on a corner route, leading Reynolds to his outside shoulder and away from the safety coming over the middle.
2018 Week 16 vs ARI (19 / 24 / 216 / 1 / 0 pass, 2 / 6 / 1 rush)
Things were looking good on the first drive. Rhythm and timing there, standing in the pocket and being patient even with the Cardinals sending blitzed. The drive suddenly ended on a sack/fumble where Goif had to hold the ball for a beat and step up in the pocket, and Chandler Jones just destroyed the Rams' right tackle around the edge. On the next drive, the Rams started really dialing up their rushing attempts. Goff almost did throw a deep touchdown to Robert Woods on the drive, but just underthrew him. After matriculating the ball downfield with the run, the Rams capped the drive off with a Read Option from the one yard line, where Goff kept the ball and scored a rushing touchdown. He played very conservatively for the rest of the game, but he did uncork an absolutely beautiful deep ball to (wide open) Robert Woods for a fourth quarter touchdown.
2018 Week 15 vs PHI (35 / 54 / 339 / 0 / 2 pass, 2 / 11 / 0 rush)
Jared Goff is struggling, plain and simple. His throws outside the numbers lack velocity and accuracy. Defenses are committing to taking deeper drops at the second level and leaving just checkdowns open for the Rams. Goff did lead the Rams' touchdown drive in the first quarter, but it featured almost all checkdowns and short throws (Gurley capped the drive off with a five yard run). He was intercepted on the Rams' first drive of the second quarter ˝ a deep comeback to Josh Reynolds that was thrown too far inside, allowing the corner to break on the ball and intercept it. He led a solid hurry up to close out the first quarter, moving the ball to the 18 yard line with 20 seconds remaining. The drive ended with three consecutive 9 routes to Josh Reynolds, none of which were really in play for the receiver to make the catch. The drive again ended in a field goal. Goff continued to mostly live on checkdowns in the second half. His second interception of the day was downright inexcusable, and will live on in NFL Films blooper reels for eternity. His center stepped on his foot, causing Goff to fall and fumble as the play began. He recovered his own fumble ˝ but instead of taking the loss and living to see another down, he got up and tried to throw the ball away. He ended up lightly tossing the ball to an Eagles defender as he was wrapped up and being tackled. In the fourth quarter, he had a potential touchdown pass to Josh Reynolds overturned, with the ball being placed a the one yard line. It was Goff's best throw of the day, a post route right on the money.
2018 Week 14 vs CHI (20 / 44 / 180 / 0 / 4 pass, 1 / 5 / 0 rush)
Pressure and bad decision-making was the theme of Jared Goff's dismal showing in Chicago. The Rams froze in the frigid conditions with Goff rarely looking comfortable in the pocket and the Rams struggling to get any easy yards through their scheme, concepts, or after the catch. Goff had more poor throws than quality ones, logging a should-have-been interception and a fumble (which the Rams recovered) beyond his four-turnover box score. Goff was generally late and indecisive on his drop backs and was rarely aided by his receivers (at least six drops). Goff added a safety and a critical fourth down sack to his list of demerits.
2018 Week 13 vs DET (17 / 33 / 207 / 1 / 1 pass, 2 / -2 / 0 rush)
This was arguably Goff's worst game to date this season. A lot of meat was left on the bone in the passing game, and the two turnovers he had were his fault. He had a potentially huge missed play where he pre-determined to go to Robert Woods on a Drag-Wheel conversion and missed Cooks come wide open on the Deep Over. He tried hitting Cooks on a Deep Over route on the next drive, but it was triple covered. Goff sailed the ball a bit and it was easily intercepted. He opened up the second half with a 23 yard Deep Over to Robert Woods on the first play. On the next play, he was pressured off the edge after a deep drop off play action. A replay angle showed that he had Woods open on a Deep Over again, but he dropped his eyes just as the route came open. He scrambled vertically into the teeth of the rush and was taken down for a sack, fumbling and turning the ball over in the process. The offense sputtered through much of the third quarter, with the Rams' only scoring drive coming on a field goal after Detroit attempted an onside kick (and was flagged for illegal touching), allowing the Rams to start at the Lions' 38 yard line.
2018 Week 11 vs KC (31 / 49 / 413 / 4 / 0 pass, 4 / 6 / 1 rush)
He is the conductor for the best offense in the league, and his growth between last year and this year is noticeable. He can alter pace, playing well fast or slow. Early in the game, the Rams went high-tempo - breaking the huddle quickly, throwing short passes, and picking up chunk plays with YAC. Even though he will never be a runner, he impresses every week with a couple of decisions where he is forced to pull the ball and improvise when things don't go according to plan. For the most part, the results stemming from these situations has been fabulous. On Goff's second sack, he probably should have just thrown the ball away - holding it too long allowed for a stripsack that the Chiefs recovered (and scored on the next play). Goff's rushing touchdown in the third quarter was a positive result of his improvisation. His accuracy vs the Chiefs was good, not great (although he's earned a very high standard be held to). He had Woods open a few times for big plays and just put too much air on his throw. Even on his completions to Woods, two of them could have gone for a touchdown if they were better thrown passes. He almost had a devastating turnover that costed the Rams the game in the 4th quarter. Down 51-47 with 2:32. He threw a corner route to Woods, but didn't see the underneath corner floating in the zone and reading his eyes. The corner easily high-pointed the ball and just flat out dropped it. Goff came right back on the next play, and hit Cooks for a 22 yard Deep Out, and then capped the drive off with a 40 yard 9 route to Gerald Everett down the left sideline for the go-ahead touchdown.
2018 Week 10 vs SEA (28 / 39 / 318 / 2 / 0 pass, 3 / 3 / 0 rush)
The Rams started the first drive off with no-huddle. Goff directed them right down the field, not even facing a 3rd down on the opening drive. He threw completions to five different receivers on the drive, capping it off with a touchdown pass to Gerald Everett. The second drive was more methodical, with the Rams opening up their run game and slowing the pace down. They did get down to the redzone, but the drive stalled on 3rd down. The 3rd down was actually a mature decision by Goff. With nobody open, he broke the pocket to try and buy time for someone to get open. When nobody did, instead of taking a hit (or potentially a sack - losing yardage) or forcing the ball into coverage, he simply threw it away and let his field goal unit come pick up three points. Over the stretch of the game, he got pressured/hit a TON. The offensive line did not pass protect well. For the most part, Goff made mature decisions on the day. While it wasn't his gaudiest day in terms of raw output, he remained poised against a defense that got really physical with him.
2018 Week 9 vs NO (28 / 40 / 391 / 3 / 1 pass, 3 / 17 / 0 rush)
Rams made a noteable commitment to perimeter throwing in this game. Tons of outs/corner routes. Nice soft touch on corner route to Higbee on first attempt. Let deep route develop despite underneath being open early. Good gain on boot. Hit deep corner route again on second drive, this time to Cooks. Rams had a surprising 3-and-out and their third drive, all Goff pass attempts. The Saints were able to get a little pressure and he threw the ball at his receivers' feet on both 1st and 2nd down. On 3rd, they ran a simple WR screen to Cooks (the Rams started the drive in field goal range already after their defense got a turnover). His interception capped off a particularly poor stretch of offense for the Rams. Their previous two drives ended with them leaving 6 points on the field after an unsuccessful field goal fake and a missed field goal. On the first play of the drive, Goff forced the ball on an underneath route over the middle to Woods and didn't see the linebacker in zone floating over to jump the route. He did run a good two minute drill, picking up a field goal despite starting at his own 25 yard line with just 26 second remaining in the half. The most encouraging outcome of the game is that Goff was able to produce down the stretch and deliver touchdowns - even without the threat of a run game and a lead to lean on. His touchdown pass to Cooper Kupp in the fourth quarter and subsequent 2-point conversion to Gerald Everett tied the game 35-35 with 10 minutes left. The Rams final two drives were a 3-and-out (punt) and a turnover on downs. The final drive in particular featured some pretty poor plays on the ball by Brandin Cooks, as both of Goff's attempts to him could have converted.
2018 Week 8 vs GB (19 / 35 / 295 / 3 / 0 pass, 5 / 7 / 0 rush)
The Rams offensive line kept getting worked in pass protection in the first half, and a lot of early down runs kept leaving the Rams in 3rd and long situations. His first sack came on 3rd and 4 of the first drive - a coverage sack where nobody was open. He took off and tried to run vertically - was patient before trying to improvise. He had Cooks open on a Deep Cross off a play action Touch Pass, but pressure forced Goff off his spot (they missed Rodger Saffold a lot in this game). He did a great job of protecting Woods on an intermediate Dig route, throwing it low and letting him go to the ground as he made the catch in traffic - he continues to be an elite player in this facet. Kept getting absolutely pummeled early in 3rd and long situations. The Rams playing behind the sticks a lot, and Green Bay front easily dominated Rams OL early in the game. Rang up 3 sacks and shut down the run. He missed Woods come open up the seam on a 3rd and 10 in the 2nd quarter, and chose instead to check the ball down to Gurley. He made two huge back-to-back throws in the two minute drill to close out the first half. Both were initially ruled incomplete as they were along the sideline but were overturned on challenged. On the first, he dropped back from shotgun, and inside pressure flushed him to his left. He avoided the sack and made an across the body throw backshoulder fade to Cooks along the left sideline. On the next play, he dropped an absolute dime to Gurley on a wheel route for 30+. After two unsuccessful Gurley run attempts, Goff capped the drive off with an easy one yard touchdown pass to Josh Reynolds.
2018 Week 7 vs SF (18 / 24 / 202 / 2 / 0 pass, 2 / 4 / 0 rush)
Goff fumbled on the snap from under center on the third play of the game, a 3rd and 1 that went for an 8 yard loss (he recovered his own fumble). On the following drive, antastic protection by the offensive line allowed a huge 3rd and 12 conversion on a Deep In cut to Robert Woods. He had an almost pick-six towards the end of the first quarter, when he threw an inaccurate checkdown off Gerald Everett's frame. The ball popped in the air right into a defender's hands but was dropped. Hitting repeated Deep Crosses off Play Action was like taking candy from a baby vs the 49ers passrush-less Cover 3 base scheme.
2018 Week 6 vs DEN (14 / 28 / 201 / 0 / 1 pass, 4 / 14 / 0 rush)
Injuries to other players and the Denver pass rush turned this into more of a game managing play for Goff. He had a great throw on Post to Cooks on the first drive, but stalled out after some short pass attempts to Todd Gurley (one of which was a Touch Pass Jet Sweep that Gurley just straight up dropped like a fumbled handoff). On the Rams' second drive (3rd and 2 from the 20) he delivered really accurate ball to a covered Robert Woods on a Deep Over that only Woods can get his hands on ˝ however Woods could not bring the ball in and the drive stalled at the 20. He took two sacks to Bradley Chubb in the two minute drill closing out the first half. Both times featured deeper dropbacks and route concepts. On the first, Goff got caught holding the ball waiting for a route to come open. On the second, Von Miller beat his man and flushed Goff into Chubb's sack. His interception came near the end of the third quarter ˝ he threw an outbreaking route to Josh Reynolds on the perimeter ˝ the defender was able to slightly tip it and the ball hit right in Reynolds' facemask and ricocheted off for an interception.
2018 Week 5 vs SEA (23 / 32 / 321 / 1 / 2 pass, 5 / 15 / 0 rush)
This was a solid if unspectacular day for Goff. His most impressive play of the game on the first drive - where he fumbled and was still able to avoid disaster. On the first 3rd down of the game, he was stripsacked by Frank Clark on the blindside. He picked up his own fumble and scrambled before tossing it downfield to Robert Woods for an incomplete pass, saving a turnover. His first interception came on the Rams' first trip to the redzone, where he forced a pass to the flat to Gurley that the defender turned into a tip drill interception. He fumbled the ball as it slipped out of his hands mid-release during the two minute drill - recovered by one of his OL. He capped a fairly disjointed 2 minute drill with a Hail Mary interception. In the second half, with a depleted WR core, Goff fed Robert Woods and Josh Reynolds on critical drives and they rewarded him by jumpstarting the offense in critical moments for scoring drives.
2018 Week 4 vs MIN (26 / 33 / 465 / 5 / 0 pass, 2 / 7 / 0 rush)
Goff's most notable form of progression and maturity in this game showed up in how he was able to move the safeties to clear out matchups that he wanted to go to. It was apparent on the first drive on a 3rd and 9 conversion to Brandin Cooks. Goff wanted to go to Cooks on a backside Drag opposite of Trips. He opened up looking to Trips to clear the area out, then snapped his head, and threw the Drag to Cooks for for the conversion. Goff also showed pinpoint accuracy all night, but this has been a pretty consistent feature of his game so far this season. Gurley's redzone touchdown catch was right over his shoulder where only Gurley could get it. On Kupp's huge catch and run, Kupp did not have to break his stride or wait for the ball at all ˝ oftentimes the difference between a big play and a guaranteed touchdown. He showed fantastic eye manipulation on Cooks' long touchdown. It was similar to their first third down hookup where Goff used his eyes to move coverage towards the Trips side, allowing Cooks to run free as the backside X. Stared down Kupp to get the safety to take him, completely opening up the backside Post for Cooks. Pinpoint throw 30 yards downfield into the endzone. His third TD might be the best of his career so far. The Rams lined up in an Empty backfield. Gurley ran Jet Motion and the Rams ran a Touch Pass fake (the Empty formation Touch Pass has been a staple package for them close to the redzone this year). Cooper Kupp ran a Deep Over on the play. The left CB actually did a good job of finding Kupp and sinking down the left sideline to form double coverage with the safety, however Goff threw the pass perfectly where Kupp could split the double coverage and accelerate to the catch point where only he could get it.
2018 Week 3 vs LAC (29 / 36 / 354 / 3 / 1 pass, 3 / 14 / 0 rush)
Goff had his best game of the season against the Chargers. He was really challenged to make some difficult, tight-window throws and aced the test. He also showed off his growing feel as an improviser in this game, extending a number of dropbacks for big plays. He still needs work in the redzone. He followed up a mature decision to improvise and then throw the ball away with a terrible interception due to poor accuracy on the next play. He tried throwing an Out route to Gerald Everett in the endzone. The ball was thrown slightly behind, and Derwin James easily undercut and picked off the throw. His first throw of the 2 minute drill (deep out to Robert Woods) is as good of a throw you'll see by an NFL QB. It was a Deep Out vs Cover 2 where he laid it up and over the sinking Flat CB and the safety over the top. It was a toe tap catch by Woods - a zero room for error type of throw and catch. His next most impressive play also came during the two minute drill - a gun barrell throw under pressure to Cooks to get the team into field goal range to close out the first half (the FG attempt missed). The second half is where Goff really showed his improvement extending the play - most notably on his touchdown throw to Cooper Kupp. If he can keep this improvement vs pressure up, it will rise him into the upper tier of quarterbacks.
2018 Week 2 vs ARI (24 / 32 / 354 / 1 / 1 pass, 2 / 2 / 0 rush)
Goff started in rhythm on the first drive, looking to get Robert Woods involved in pass game early this week. He forced Deep Over to Woods on 3rd and 10 on first drive, leading to a tip/almost interception. Goff didn't see the LB read his eyes and float over to take the route away. He shows excellent accuracy on intermediate inside breaking routes which really helps to protect Brandin Cooks, as he is being involved going over the middle more than ever in his career. Back to back Pass, hit Cooks on a Dig then sacked on next play on a Toss Boot. Arguably his most impressive throw of the day was his ugliest - a great job of getting a semi-dangerous throw to an open Robert Woods He had to deal with compressed space quickly in the pocket, throwing off-platform off his back foot -a wobbly ball but it got there for a big play. The Rams also showed a new look from their Empty Formation Touch Pass package to build off the TD play Gurley scored on vs the Raiders - this one went to Cooks for 9 yards and an almost touchdown. Goff's interception came on the first drive of the 2nd half while just outside the redzone. The Rams ran Play Action on 3rd and 9 from the 21. Goff got immediate pressure. He evaded the sack and got outside the pocket, but held the ball too long and threw it late to a covered Cooks. The result was an easy INT for Patrick Peterson. His touchdown pass came on the Rams' very last drive after they were already up 4 scores - a short toss to an uncovered Tyler Higbee in the flat.
2018 Week 1 vs OAK (18 / 33 / 233 / 2 / 0 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)
Goff had tons of time in the pocket vs Oakland, and was not challenged in this game at all by Oakland. Held ball too long and takes a sack vs man coverage on 3rd and 8. His accuracy in this game did leave something to be desired. He was almost intercepted twice in the redzone. Once on a Spacing concept against zone coverage. Nothing was open, he needs to learn to throw it away instead of forcing it for a potential turnover in scoring range. He was almost intercepted again trying to throw to Kupp in the endzone later. The Raiders played man coverage and Kupp won from the slot on a double move. It was a bang-bang tight window but open very quickly - the ball was thrown behind and deflected (almost picked). He also just missed Robert Woods on multiple shot play opportunities in the second half. His touchdown throw to Kupp was a well-executed play. His touchdown throw to Todd Gurley came on a 19 Touch Pass - a Jet Sweep that is a forward toss instead of a handoff.
Latest NewsRams | No scores for Jared Goff (Sat Jan 12, 11:55 PM) - Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff completed 15 of his 28 passes for 186 yards and rushed six times for 12 yards in a 30-22 win over the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round Saturday, Jan. 12. Our View: Goff made plays when he needed to, but wasn't dialed it or a big factor in the win. The running game staggered and then finished off the Cowboys.
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