Who’s under fire: Les Snead, GM
Snead signed a contract extension before the season that keeps him with the Rams through 2023, so there’s no danger of the general manager losing his job. There’s no reason he should after constructing a Super Bowl roster last season. However, the attention on him will undoubtedly grow, as he must find a way to rebuild the offensive line and fill a few key positions with very little cap space. The Rams also don’t have a first-round draft pick after Snead traded their 2020 first-rounder (and 2021 first- and fourth-round picks) to acquire cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who also is looking for a payday.