The Rams got ripped apart by the Falcons in a 42-14 loss on Sunday that dropped Los Angeles to 4-9 on the season and continued a disappointing season for running back Todd Gurley.
Gurley ran 16 times for 61 yards, leaving him with 679 yards and 3.2 yards per carry for the season. It also leaves him feeling pretty glum about the state of the offense for the Rams late in his second season with the team.
Gurley said the Rams looked like a “middle school offense” and that he had “nothing good to say” about the unit. Gurley added that he feels like some of his teammates may not be working as hard as possible.
“I don’t. I really don’t,” Gurley said, via Lindsey Thiry of the Los Angeles Times. “Just going through the motions, I feel like everyone is just playing to get through.”
Things have gotten ugly after a 3-1 start for the Rams and they’ve now been blown out three weeks in a row. Throw in Gurley’s questions about whether players are working hard and, extension or not, it’s not a good time to be Rams coach Jeff Fisher.