Following a narrow defeat at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay wasn’t holding back when discussing the team’s struggles this season, and the need for changes.
“Adjustments have to be made,” McVay said of his team, according to ESPN’s Sarah Bishop. “We can’t continue to go on like this. And what that looks like, I don’t necessarily have the exact answers right now.
“We’re gonna stay connected throughout this. But we do have to be able to look inward and figure out what are some of the solutions, changes, adjustments, different things that we have to do to be able to get different results and different production from our offense.”
McVay also took some accountability for the team’s issues this season saying: “I’m a big part of this, I have to do better.”
The Rams are now 3-5 on the season following their loss to Tamp Bay and are a far cry from their Super Bowl Championship run last season.