Los Angeles Rams
Receiver Odell Beckham, Jr.
Seattle tried and failed to sign Beckham, Jr. this year after he was released by the Browns. Beckham, Jr. wanted to go to a team that gave him the best chance to win a Super Bowl and he chose wisely. With a victory on Sunday, the Rams and Bechkam, Jr. will be going to the championship. And Beckham, Jr. has been an important piece of the Rams offense since the middle of the season.
In 8 regular season games, Beckham, Jr. has 27 receptions but 5 touchdowns. In two playoff games, he has caught 10 of his 12 targets for 123 yards and a touchdown. He is still a very good football player and adding him to the mix of Lockett and Metcalf would only help all three receivers in being in more single coverage.
Center Brian Allen
Seattle has had an issue with not being very good at center since Max Unger left really. Justin Britt was good at times and Ethan Pocic has been good for stretches of games but not an entire season. Brian Allen, who is just 26 years old, could be signed to a longer-term contract and help fix Seattle’s line for many years.
PFF graded Allen as the 7th-best center in the league this year. He is great against the run and the assumption should be Seattle will likely run a bit more next year as they saw what a more balanced attack could do late in the year.