The Los Angeles Rams remain the same every where they go. The L.A. squad gave up a 17 to 10 defeat to the New York Giants at the Twickenham Stadium in London, England.
There should be some serious conversations of playing Jared Goff after the Bye Week. Case Keenum – for the third, or forth (shit, everything is blending together) consecutive game – continues to have boneheaded turnovers (although the pick six was not entirely on him). Four muhfuckin’ interceptions. And the final one on a possible game winning drive. Fuck outta here Case.
The Rams offense is continuously operating without an identity. They want to pound the ball with the running game, yet Todd Gurley receives all of 15 carries for 57 yards – the latest in horrid outings for the former offensive rookie of the year. He has shown a knack for catching the ball out of the backfield or lined up out wide as a receiver yet the coaching staff fails to call his number consistently.
Speaking of consistency on offense, the Rams need to figure out what to do with their receivers. No receiver has shown the ability to consistently get in rhythm with the quarterback. Just look at Kenny Britt as an example. Britt balled out last week to the tune of seven catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Today? Only three catches for 43 yards. Brian Quick was this week’s “stand out“ receiver with four catches for 92 yards.
On defense, the team has to shut down the big hits. Going for the headbustin’ hit has led to too many misses tackles.
We get the next week off. Lets see if Jeff Fisher & Co. make any changes.
P.S.: he won’t.