2. Los Angeles Rams
One team that doesn't look quite out of it, yet should be at this point, is the Los Angeles Rams. For the most part, it has been the play of Matthew Stafford that's kept this team in games so far this year. Sean McVay has proven he can continue to lead an offense, regardless of what type of talent he has out there.
His early development of Puka Nacua has been a blast to watch, as the rookie fifth-round pick made NFL history in his first two games of the season. This is a team that is without Cooper Kupp for at least the first four games of the year, and desperately needed someone to step up. It's been Nacua, along with veteran Tutu Atwell, who have answered the bell.
The team just traded Cam Akers, finally, to the Minnesota Vikings. They are left with Kyren Williams, Ronnie Rivers and Zach Evans in the back field. None of them are true number one backs, but they could all have some benefit of playing next to Henry as the team's lead back. If Henry came to Los Angeles, it would open things up for the receivers, and Kupp especially would benefit once he's back.
The Rams have never been a team shy of making moves. Do not count Les Snead out of any trade talks, until they're final.