In their final preseason game, the Los Angeles Rams fell to the Green Bay Packers 24-10 on Thursday.
With all of the starters resting, the Los Angeles Rams fell short during their final preseason game of 2017 after losing to the Green Bay Packers 24-10 to finish the preseason with a 2-2 record. Obviously, it’s tough to make a big deal over a game like this, but as always, there are still a few takeaways to discuss for the Rams.
Los Angeles looked impressive early on in the preseason after two key wins against the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders, but their last two games is the perfect example of how this is still a team with plenty to work on heading into the regular season. After finishing with a 4-12 record in 2016, the Rams hope to see better results during Sean McVay‘s first season as head coach, although that’s always easier said than done.
Not to mention, nobody really knows what to expect on the defensive side of the football since Aaron Donald went the entire preseason without showing up while holding out for a new contract. But instead of getting into more details over that situation, let’s take a look at five takeaways from the Rams loss in the preseason finale to the Packers on Thursday.