What makes it so cutting is that Kempski has the chops to back up his reasons for concern. And nobody is safe, Kempski takes an in-depth look at the Philadelphia Eagles as well, which is always fun to watch when those not wise to the gimmick feast their eyes on the perceived slander.
You can read all of his takes on the teams around the NFC by visiting Kempski’s author page on The Philly Voice, but there was one take that I wanted to highlight here. It stood out to me because I already had this question prepped for Kempski before I read the article, but of course he had already highlighted Sean McVay’s questionable decision-making in key situations.
“Your coach is a coward who kicked a field goal on 4th and Goal from the half yard line down 3 with 6:04 to play in regulation in the NFC Championship Game. After he escaped that game with a lucky win, he got his a** handed to him in the Super Bowl. Boom roasted.”
Looking at how low the Rams are in the chart above, he’s got a point. Kempski had more to say about McVay on the show:
“His in-game management, you know those fourth down kind of decisions, he’s such a coward it’s crazy. People view him as like this young guy who takes chances, there might not be a more conservative head coach in those decision-making situations than Sean McVay.’
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