Rams beat themselves in Super Bowl as wheels fall off once-mighty offense

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Such were the struggles of Los Angeles to score against the Patriots that it was easy to forget their defense had played an excellent game

Different players, a different coaching staff, and even a different home city. But somehow, for the Rams, it was the same sad Super Bowl story. Seventeen years after the Patriots brought the curtain down on the Greatest Show on Turf, the same opponents returned to thwart a new generation.

Or did they? The question that will haunt Los Angeles after Sunday’s 13-3 defeat to New England is to what degree they beat themselves. At his post-game press conference, head coach Sean McVay refused to answer questions until he had first delivered a mea culpa. “Definitely I got outcoached,” he said. “I didn’t do a good enough job for our football team.”

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Written by Paolo Bandini in Atlanta
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/feb/04/los-angeles-rams-jared-goff-todd-gurley-super-bowl-2019-nfl under the title “Rams beat themselves in Super Bowl as wheels fall off once-mighty offense”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.