The St. Louis offense couldn’t get much going in Monday night’s loss in Seattle, and afterward running back Steven Jackson said the Rams’ problems begin up front.
“It’s hard to win in this league when you’re constantly shuffling the offensive line. You don’t have any chemistry there,” Steven Jackson said. “When you’re shuffling a lineup, trying to get guys to do things and when you have to go back to Week 1 stuff, coaching that up, it stalls you from trying to move forward.”
Jackson gained 63 yards on 20 carries and added 60 receiving yards on three catches. He appeared to be angry during the game that backup Cadillac Williams was getting carries on the goal line, but he said afterward that it wasn’t a big deal.
“We take drives, we’re all rotating and everything. . . . It was his drive and he was doing a great job of running the inside zones,” Jackson said. “I mean, it was only right to let him try to finish off the job. . . . You’re making a lot of a situation that was really nothing.”
The Rams’ offense this year has been a whole lot of nothing.