After finishing inside the top 11 in 2017 and 2018, Goff finished 13th at his position in 2019, but had the No. 18 per game average among quarterbacks who played at least eight games. He finished the season strong, with five straight games in the 16.1-25.2 range (including three games of 20+), and that coincided with Sean McVay utilizing more two-TE sets, so there’s the possibility that McVay “figured out” how to counter the 6-1 defense that the Patriots used in Super Bowl LIII. Still, Goff’s pedestrian play in 2019 indicates that he’s not necessarily good enough to overcome mediocre offensive line play or a game plan that isn’t working. Consider Goff a solid QB2 who should be used as a streamer or in a quarterback committee.