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Random Ramsdom 12/11: Bears Humble Rams with Defense (and a highly unlikely touchdown)

This and more on this tepid Tuesday edition of Random Ramsdom

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Bears Humble Rams With Defense (and a Highly Unlikely Touchdown) | NYT

This game was a true example of the adage that the best offense is a good defense. This was a defensive game, and the Bears defense won.

Sean McVay: Loss was “very, very humbling for me” | Pro Football Talk

I think this loss was very humbling for the Rams and for Rams fans equally. It was ugly fam, no two ways about that. But like Goff said, we’re 11-2. So we dust ourselves off and come home to beat the Eagles. Learn and move on.

The Winners and Losers of NFL Week 14 | The Ringer

We make the loser column this week, owed to the Bears defense picking apart the Rams’ normally dominant offense.

5 stats that show how uncharacteristic Rams’ loss to Bears was | Rams Wire

Stat four is the one that stands out to me, and probably led to the other three. First time in Todd Gurley’s career that he had less than 12 carries when he started a game.

NFL contender kryptonite: Biggest weakness for each playoff team | ESPN

Want to stop the Rams? Put pressure on Jared Goff. For the most part, he’s not a Aaron Rodgers who can salvage a truly bad situation.

Rams’ Robert Woods joins 1,000-yard club for first time | Los Angeles Times

I love Bobby Trees. I’m happy for him, he’s earned this and I look forward to all the yards he has yet to get this season.

McVay, Rams look to respond after rare offensive misfire | Fox Sports

Keep moving forward.

Todd Gurley After Rams’ Loss to Bears: ‘I Looked Like a Skunk’ | Bleacher Report

Not sure what he means here, but sure...