Following a strong start out of the gate, winning their first eight games, the Los Angeles Rams have stumbled a bit splitting their last six contests.
This has seen Pro Bowl quarterback Jared Goff at the forefront of those issues as he has had plenty of difficulties throwing the ball efficiency during the Rams’ recent struggles. In light of that, Goff has voiced little concern with his performance while aiming to use it as a learning experience, according to Myles Simmons of TheRams.com.
“No. No, I’m not. I don’t think we are. I think we’re learning from them, learning from the mistakes in the last game and moving forward,” quarterback Jared Goff said on Wednesday. “It is our first time going through that with Sean. That speaks to what we’ve done in the last two years, but definitely something that we’re learning through and a little bit of adversity for us to get through.”
Since the Week 12 bye, the Rams haven’t been able to recapture the form that helped them get off to a blazing start in the first half of the season. Instead, Los Angeles has looked like a shell of the team that was once touted as being the possible favorite to win the Super Bowl.
Goff has been a major part of that recent criticism, especially over the last couple of weeks as he has thrown five interceptions in the back-to-back losses. However, he and the Rams will have a chance to bounce back in the final two regular-season games to get back on track ahead of the playoffs.
This will start against with their Week 16 action against Arizona Cardinals, who Los Angeles shutout 34-0 at home back in Week 2.
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