It was brutal from the start; QB Jared Goff and the offense could not get anything going, no matter what. Defensively, well, they had to face Lamar — a MVP-level quarterback who ripped the Rams apart to the tune of five passing TDs.
Unfortunately for LA, no matter what they brewed up, they could not keep Lamar in check. To recap, here is the initial piece for Week 12’s five Rams to watch. And we revisit the players here below:
First and foremost — it is great to have a healthy Brandin Cooks back in action. A concussion history like his is something not to take lightly, so just to have him back is wonderful.
his production, however, was lacking. No chagrin to Cooks — The man caught to heavily contested balls. His first catch was a masterfully side line toe drag catch. The second was a tough catch over the middle, surrounded y defenders.
DT Aaron Donald
Aaron was mightily quiet in Week 12. Donald barely made t onto the stat sheet: notching a single tackle. He was visible doubled a tripled team throughout the game’s entirety, so big ups to Baltimore for stymieing a GOAT.
OL Bobby Evans
I am doing my best to not give out such poor write ups on these players just base on the game’s outcome, but the results were so bad I just cannot. The reworked offensive line was not as effective as last week. The line struggled to get any push or open up any holes on the ground. It was as ineffective as through the air.
QB Jared Goff
There is a meme from the SB Nation Instagram account highlighting a stat regarding Goff. It says Jared has not thrown a touchdown in the month of November. That is a scary number (or lack thereof).
At this point, it is piss-poor performances from the man out of Cal. Goff is forcing the ball a bit too much. He is careless with the football, turning the ball over at a ridiculous rate.
EDGE Dante Fowler Jr.
Dante racked up four tackles on Monday, but the defense was ravished. The Rams’ pass rushers had little to no affect on Jackson. No bueno at all, Ramilia, no bueno.