He has achieved the ultimate goal after helping his squad win Super Bowl LVI over the Cincinnati Bengals last season.
Football experts have acknowledged his brilliance, leading to three First-Team All-Pro and five Pro Bowl selections.
However, even great players have down games, and Ramsey had one during their 2022 season opener against the Buffalo Bills.
At least for one week, the Bills lived up to the hype as Super Bowl favorites by demolishing the Rams, 31-10.
Worst yet, as Pro Football Focus writer Marcus Mosher shared, Ramsey was more of a liability than an asset
He was targeted seven times, allowing six receptions for 124 yards and 2 TDs.
— Marcus Mosher (@Marcus_Mosher) September 9, 2022
Mosher tweeted, “#Rams CB Jalen Ramsey allowed a perfect passer rating of 158.3 in Week 1, per @PFF’s initial grading. He was targeted seven times, allowing six receptions for 124 yards and 2 TDs.”
Ramsey On Extended Vacation?
Typically, Ramsey would shut down the opposing wide receiver, even if he is a Pro Bowler or an All-Pro.
Unfortunately, he was a non-factor against the Bills.
Is he still having a hangover from winning the Super Bowl seven months ago?
Quarterback Josh Allen did have two interceptions to his name, but he still finished with 26 completions for 297 yards and three touchdowns.
Ramsey’s assignment, Stefon Diggs, had eight catches for 122 yards and an emphatic touchdown to put the game out of reach.
As always, the best ones find a way to bounce back from a terrible performance.
Therefore, Ramsey will prepare for a better outing in Week 2 when they face the Atlanta Falcons.
He might take on Drake London in that game.
That said, the rookie must prepare for a stiff challenge because Ramsey doesn’t want to struggle for long.