Sean McVay's Rams took the league by storm last autumn, scorching opponents with an air-and-ground attack that led the NFL in points.
The team's newest defensive stars still can't believe what they're seeing.
In his first year as head coach, the 32-year-old McVay helped author one of the league's more stunning worst-to-first narratives, morphing an offense that birthed an unwatchable, NFL-low 14.0 points per game under Jeff Fisher in 2016 into a powerhouse that pumped out a league-leading 29.9 points per tilt.
"It's going to make us a whole lot better because the up-tempo and his play-calling style is crazy unique," Peters said. "It's going to cause for us to be on our toes a lot."
It's especially high praise coming from Talib, the 32-year-old veteran who spent years in Denver practicing against Peyton Manning and seasons in New England seeing Tom Brady's magic-spinning up close and personal.
The ill news for Rams opponents is that adding Talib and Peters only improves the offense by forcing McVay's roster of weapons to face top talent on a daily basis.
"It's good competing against them at practice," wideout Robert Woods said. "Very challenging guys, different guys. You see Talib with his experience, you see Peters just jumping the ball."