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Could the Rams be a perfect fit for RG3?

The Rams are in a pivotal place in their franchise history.
The team has been a bottom tier team for the past 10 years. Looking for a fresh start the team has decided to leave St. Louis and re-locate the team back to Los Angeles.
While the Rams have a solid defense and running game, their passing game is in shambles. Could Robert Griffin be the man to lead them back to the top?
The Rams have made it clear they want to be a run-centric offense with a passing game that can complement with play action passes and deep shots.
That means a lot of bootlegs and deep shots down the field. In order for this to work, you need a quarterback that is mobile and has a arm. RG3 fits both of those needs. His only issue was staying healthy, but with a solid running game, you can minimize the hits he would take by proper play calling.

Are the Rams the perfect fit for RG3?

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@shagnasty360 he'd probably get flashbacks of that playoff game and freeze up 😂
@shagnasty360 Got you bro hahaha
Honestly I don't like him but I think he is shitty enough to play with the rams
@KyleBerke @mchlyang That's what I was alluding to. DO THE STANKY LEG!
I cannot speak for RGIII, but I'm sure he doesn't want to see the Seahawks at least twice a year.
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