With the Super Bowl in the rear-view mirror, the remaining offensive coordinator dominoes are quickly falling.
LaFleur spent the past two seasons as Atlanta's QBs coach after a year in the same position at Notre Dame. He got his NFL start in 2008 as a quality control coach with the Houston Texans.
That diversity should help LaFleur well in L.A. McVay noted that he plans to build an offense that fits Goff's skills best -- coming from a spread offense in college, the No. 1 overall pick looked like a fish out of water transitioning to a pro-style system. LaFleur and McVay will be tasked with ensuring Goff doesn't go down as a massive draft bust.