Jared Goff is holding the Rams back | FanSided
Or perhaps the Rams’ offensive line isn’t holding anyone back? You can’t turn it over four times, no matter who is to blame, but it’s a team game. Jared certainly wasn’t covering Chris Godwin on Sunday.
Fans may deserve answers, but by now we sure as hell know we won’t get any. The JTG odyssey took another strange turn on Sunday, to be sure. Hopefully some semblance of order will be restored on Thursday night.
Andrew Whitworth praised the Rams’ attitude:
“I mean, really, honestly, every time on the sidelines, it was, ‘Hey guys, all we’ve got to do is go score fast and give ourselves a chance, and get a stop.’ That attitude continued no matter the score, we kept going no matter what they did.
However, he also said “get a stop,” which rarely happened on Sunday. If there’s one positive from the double-nickel disaster, it’s that the Rams didn’t show any quit.
A look at the Los Angeles Rams by way of the great Pacific Northwest.
Presumably, the Rams will head to Seattle without the services of Taylor Rapp, Bryce Hager, and Marcus Peters. Next man up!
Todd Gurley: Thursday Night Football the ‘Dumbest Thing Ever’ | Sports Illustrated
He’s right. Not only is the quality of play generally subpar, but it places players at much greater risk of injury. We get it, Roger Goodell and the owners are all like “MONEY GOOD,” but I’d rather see a MNF double-header every week than these Turdsay night contests.
Where Have All the NFC’s Elite Teams Gone? | The Ringer
Maybe because Sean McVay won’t come out and say “Todd has some arthritis in his knee and sometimes he’s fine and sometimes it hurts.” Or “I am the evil spawn of Mike Martz.”
RamsWire’s version of “Stock up / Stock Down.” Pretty obvious choices as to which guys were ballers and which guys were bawlers.
If anything, this should fire the Rams up for Thursday night. Win, then watch the Whiners lose to the (suddenly not that bad?) Cleveland Browns? Lose, and you’re staring up at two teams in your own division. Too early for a must-win?