Deebo Samuel isn’t too concerned about what the Rams have done in the offseason.
The San Francisco 49ers wide receiver has not clue what it feels like to lose to the Rams as he is 4-0 in his two NFL seasons against the division rival.
After being asked about Samuel during the first meeting between the two teams in 2020, Rams star defensive tackle Aaron Donald completely disrespected him in his response.
“Who? Who’s that?” Donald asked the reporter.
Samuel had six catches for 66 yards and a touchdown during the first meeting between the 49ers and Rams. He would add another 11 catches for 133 yards during the second meeting to help complete the sweep for the second consecutive season.
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Samuel joined the 21st & Prime podcast with Deion Sanders and Jamie Dukes and sounded like a man who isn’t worried one bit about the Rams.
“I ain’t lost to them in two years,” Samuel said of the Rams during a recent episode of the 21st & Prime podcast with Deion Sanders and Jamie Dukes, via 49ersWebzone.com. “I ain’t lost to the Rams in two years, so it is what it is. They try to do what we do, but they can’t do it like we do it, you feel what I’m sayin’?”
Samuel is referring to McVay running a similar offense to that of 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan.
“The Rams want to play-action all game,” Samuel continued. “They ain’t dropping back and letting the ball go. They can’t do it. They want to play-action, get their little down flats, the little flat routes all game, just let their people run. You ain’t gonna win like that.”
Sanders responded by saying, “That’s why they got rid of the quarterback (Jared Goff).”
San Francisco finished with just six wins in an injury-plagued 2020 campaign.
“Me, (George) Kittle, and Brandon Aiyuk, out of 11 hundred plays, how many plays do you think we played together this past season?” Samuel asked. “One hundred and fifty-six. Me, Kittle, Aiyuk, and Jimmy (Garoppolo), how many plays you think we played out of 11 hundred? One hundred and twenty-six. Now, you do the math for that.”
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