Rams News: Von Miller Calls Cooper Kupp The Stephen Curry Of The NFL
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The Los Angeles Rams boast one of the most star-studded rosters in the NFL as three players on the team were included in the top 100 rankings heading into the 2022 season.

Copper Kupp checked in at No. 4 after a historic 2021 campaign that saw him win the wide receiver triple crown and Super Bowl LVI MVP honors.

Kupp picked up where he left off from last year as he caught 13 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown in a Week 1 matchup against the Buffalo Bills, which pitted him against former teammate Von Miller.

Miller had high praise for Kupp as he referred to him as the Stephen Curry of the NFL, via Bleacher Report:

My Steph of the NFL would have to be Cooper Kupp. Nice, clean-shaven. Wins championships, is the best at his position. Been the best for a very long time. Doesn’t have a super flashy game but is super effective and he racks up all types of records and all types of points.”

Miller made additional NBA comparisons, deeming Aaron Rodgers the closest thing to LeBron James and himself to Kevin Durant.

Although his stint with the Rams was short, Miller clearly enjoyed his time in L.A. and will forever be part of the team that captured the franchise’s first Super Bowl title on the West Coast.

Miller turned his success into a six-year, $120 million contract with the Bills and revealed it was difficult walking away from the Rams.