It’s Todd Gurley season in Los Angeles

After underperforming significantly for the Los Angeles Rams last season, running back Todd Gurley is having a bounce-back year.

Whether you credit new Head Coach Sean McVay, the progress of quarterback Jared Goff or Todd Gurley’s determination, the running back has been sensational in his 2017 campaign.

Week 7 against the Arizona Cardinals Gurley helped the Rams pull off a shutout victory in London.

He rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown and also caught 4 passes for 48 yards.

L.A.’s offense has been using Gurley out of the backfield as a receiver a lot this season and it’s working.

Through seven games the running back is fourth in the NFL in rushing with 521 yards and 4 rushing TDs to go along with 245 receiving yards on a 10.7 yards per catch average.

If the third-year back continues playing at this level he’ll be the comeback player of the year and certainly the Rams’ MVP.

In Week 8 L.A. hits the road to face the struggling New York Giants where Gurley and his Rams should have another productive outing.



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