Goff eyes Super Bowl jackpot after Rams bet — Clash of generations

Goff eyes Super Bowl jackpot after Rams bet — Clash of generations

Todd Gurley and Sony Michel will face off Sunday in the Super Bowl, but they once played on the same team at Georgia.

The foundation has partnerships with tech companies, and its goal is to provide inner-city youth in his hometown with resources outside athletics and entertainment "because that's all kids in my neighborhood and I grew up (with)", Anderson said.

Head coach Sean McVay said that he's going to do more to get Gurley involved into the flow of game against the Patriots.

"It's not like we're sitting there and I'm learning our defensive scheme from them, but i think it's just learning how to deal with people, the way to progress through a career, how to work through the ups and downs", Shula said. "It's really special. We've got a few players and coaches that have been a part of Super Bowls in previous years, but for a lot of guys it's their first time and I think it's definitely something you want to cherish". His 2,008-yard season in 1998 helped him earn the NFL's Most Valuable Player award. He led the league with 21 total touchdowns and ranked third with 1,251 yards rushing.

The Rams ditched St. Louis three years ago and moved across the country to Los Angeles after missing the playoffs for 11 straight years as residents of Missouri.

In the win over New Orleans, Gurley carried only four times for 10 yards.

In the postseason, Anderson tallied 123 yards and two scores vs. Dallas and 44 yards in the NFC Championship Game victory over the Saints.

He insisted his health is not an issue.

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McVay said his team enters the game with a clean bill of health; both safety Blake Countess and kicker Greg Zuerlein, who were previously on the injury report with foot injuries, are good to go.

"I feel good", Gurley said Tuesday.

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And Douglas insists Gurley was being tongue-in-cheek again this week when he suggested he had to teach Michel to "run and catch" when he first came to Georgia.

Todd Gurley vs. Sony Michel.

He hit the ground running with the newly relocated Rams by leading them to their first NFC West division title since 2003, resurrecting the young career of the 2016 first overall pick Jered Goff, who was already being labeled as a bust after his rookie season under Jeff Fisher and transforming the team's offense from the worst in scoring to the best in his inaugural season. Now the former Bulldogs teammates will be on opposite sides when they meet in the Super Bowl.

FILE- In this December 23, 2018, file photo, New England Patriots running back Sony Michel carries the ball against the Buffalo Bills during the first half of an NFL football game in Foxborough, Mass. Sony Michel was a freshman and Todd Gurley a junior when the pair shared the backfield together at the University of Georgia.

But Garcia isn't just getting free tickets to the Super Bowl - Cooks and the Rams also set him up with a hotel stay, so he can sit back and relax with his son for the special occasion.