Jared Goff, the quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams, is going to be the quarterback of the New York Giants next season.
Goff was the starting quarterback of USC in 2013, then transferred to USC after being drafted.
The Rams drafted Goff, but he transferred to UCLA and then transferred again.
Goff then transferred once again, this time to the University of California at Berkeley.
He was drafted in the second round by the Los, which had a new coach and offensive coordinator, but Goff was a bust.
Goff played his last game in Los Angeles as a rookie, against the Oakland Raiders, who had the league’s worst defense.
Goff, who was the second-leading rusher for the Rams, signed a free agent contract with the Eagles, and he went on to play in five games with Philadelphia before signing with the Giants in March of 2019.
Goff is going into the season as the starter.
He has had some success, completing 61 percent of his passes for 719 yards and two touchdowns.
He is also the Rams’ starter in all but one game this season, and the Giants are the only team with fewer than seven games of games.
In his first season as a starter, Goff had one interception.
He did not start for the Giants until Week 3, when he was replaced by Eli Manning.
Goff has had a career that includes stints with the Seahawks, Bills and Broncos.
He played in the NFL for nine seasons, with the Rams (2006-11), Broncos (2011-15) and Raiders (2016-18).
Goff is entering his third season as an NFL starter.
The Giants have lost three games in a row since their Super Bowl victory.
The Eagles have won five games in four straight, including the season finale against the Giants.