The Los Angeles Rams offense slipped the last couple of seasons under Sean McVay, particularly the passing game in 2020.

Without a deep threat and a quarterback who struggled off-script, the Rams offense finished 22nd in drive success rate last season and 22nd in points scored. After two years of sea-changing success in McVay's first two seasons, the Rams have struggled to live up to those expectations.

To reverse that trend, the Rams imported two key veterans: quarterback ?Matthew Stafford? and wideout ?DeSean Jackson?.

Stafford was the high-profile addition, with L.A. trading two first-round picks to shed ?Jared Goff?'s contract.

Joining NFL Network's Good Morning Football on Thursday, Rams receiver ?Robert Woods? said he's looking forward to what the quarterback with the big arm can bring to McVay's offense.