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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Los Angeles Rams.
Matthew Stafford: Stafford finished his first season in L.A. as fantasy's QB6 and a Super Bowl champion. His connection with Cooper Kupp was immediate and Stafford is now on the other end of the two highest receiving yardage totals in NFL history -- Calvin Johnson's 1,964 (2012) and Kupp's 1,947 (2021). In addition to Kupp, Allen Robinson, Van Jefferson and Tyler Higbee round out a solid group of pass catchers that should allow Stafford to have another strong season. While more comfortable in the offense, Stafford is dealing with an "abnormal for a quarterback" elbow situation, although the veteran signal-caller played through arm pain last season too.
Cam Akers: Closing his rookie 2020 campaign with 94 touches for 436 yards from scrimmage over his final four games, Akers was poised to enter 2021 as the team's featured back before an Achilles injury forced him to miss nearly all of last season. Provided his health cooperates, Akers has plenty of upside as the lead back in one of the league's most potent offenses.
Darrell Henderson: With Akers missing most of 2021, Henderson set career highs in touches (178, 14.8/G). Henderson missed five games last season as well and has his own durability concerns, but he would handle double-digit touches per game if Akers were to miss any time again. Both Akers and Henderson are currently dealing with "soft tissue" injuries.
Cooper Kupp: The NFL Offensive Player of the Year and Super Bowl LVI MVP, Kupp had an absolutely dominant season in 2021. Not only did he become the fourth player in the Super Bowl era to win the triple crown of receiving, leading the league in receptions (145), yards (1,947) and touchdowns (16), but his receptions and yardage totals each rank as the second-most ever. Even without repeating last year's historic numbers, there's a good chance he leads the league's wideouts in fantasy points in 2022.
Allen Robinson: After spending four seasons in Jacksonville and four in Chicago, Robinson moves on to a much better situation with Matthew Stafford and the Rams. Despite a disappointing 2021 season (38/410/1 in 12 games), Robinson has three seasons with at least 1,147 yards in his career including 2019 and 2020.
Van Jefferson: While he had a cleanup procedure on his knee earlier this month, Jefferson enters the season as the team's No. 3 wideout behind Kupp and Robinson, when healthy. Jefferson finished his second season with 50 catches for 802 yards and six touchdowns and as a top-36 fantasy wide receiver across all scoring formats in 2021.
Tyler Higbee: Higbee enters 2022 as a borderline TE1/TE2. As an every-down player, Higbee has exceeded the 500-yard mark over each of the past three seasons.
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