It will be scary to face the Los Angeles Rams on the field for the next few seasons.
They now have the swagger to dominate their opponents after winning Super Bowl LVI.
Winning another championship will put them in the conversation as a team for the ages.
However, they are aware that their championship window will last for only a few seasons.
Therefore, they want to maximize the achievements they could get.
The Rams have a legitimate chance of winning back-to-back Super Bowls.
But that possibility encountered some hiccups when head coach Sean McVay and defensive tackle Aaron Donald considered stepping out of competitive football.
Luckily for Rams fans, they laid those doubts to rest during their victory party.
Aaron Donald: “Why not run it back?”👀
— PFF (@PFF) February 16, 2022
In that tweet by Pro Football Focus, McVay repeatedly shouted “Run it back!” to the three-time Defensive Player of the Year.
For his response, the shirtless Donald took the podium and said the words, “We built a super team. We’re a super team. Why not run it back?” before lifting the Vince Lombardi trophy.
That statement should mute all speculation regarding his retirement.
The leader of the band will be back and that’s haunting for the other 31 NFL teams.
Super Team In A Super City
Everything in Los Angeles seems extravagant and larger than life.
Aside from the movie industry that calls Hollywood home, they also have a football squad that seems to have no weaknesses.
They have playmakers in every level of their defense, making it difficult for opponents to score, let alone execute plays.
With that much firepower, it’s would be wise for Donald to have another crack at the title.
He has nothing left to prove and everything to gain.