It was only a matter of time, a foregone conclusion after the Rams selected Jared Goff with the first pick of the NFL draft.
Offensive coordinator Rob Boras recognized it and Case Keenum acknowledged as much Wednesday, the day after Coach Fisher removed Keenum as the starting quarterback and elevated Goff, who will make his debut Sunday against the Miami Dolphins at the Coliseum.
Despite the Rams’ ranking as the lowest-scoring offense in the NFL, Keenum said he was surprised by the timing of the decision.
And he was not happy about it.
“That’s why I play football,” he said after practice. “To be the quarterback, to be the guy with...