Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff knows there are a “million things” that need to happen to fix the offense after the team's latest setback against the Baltimore Ravens.
Over the last three games, the Rams have scored just 35 points total, and a big reason has been Goff's play. During that stretch, Goff hasn't thrown a touchdown but has thrown the ball to the defense five times.
Goff knows the struggles start with him but he thinks it's going to take a total team effort to get the job.
“A million things. I think there’s no one thing. It’s just be better consistently. I know that’s easy to say, but it’s the truth. We need to be better down-in and down-out and not kill ourselves with little mistakes, penalties. I can distribute the ball better, we can do different things in the run game. There’s a million things. There’s not one thing and I think you just have to focus every single day on getting better, trusting the people around you and just do your best.”
Saying there are a million things that need to be fixed might be a little bit of an over-exaggeration, but there is a lot of things that need work.
Going forward the Rams need balance to try and keep defenses off guard. In the Rams last game against the Ravens Todd Gurley rushed six times for only 22 yards.
The Rams currently have a 6-5 record and if they want to make the playoffs they probably are going to need to win out.