3. Offensive line continues to be an issue
After earning respect as one of the top units over the previous two seasons, the offensive line of the Rams has taken an unfortunate step back in 2019, and it’s certainly hurt Jared Goff in a big way when it comes to the passing game.
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Just take a look at the Week 6 loss for Los Angeles to the San Francisco 49ers in which Goff only threw for 78 yards despite completing 13 passes, and it shows the offensive line has been a major issue for the Rams this season.
As great of an addition as Ramsey is going to be on the defensive side of the football, the unit can only do so much on their own without the proper support from their teammates on offense.
Until the offensive line begins to show some sort of improvement to take pressure off Goff under center along with being able to establish a strong ground game like previous years, the frustration on offense is going to continue to be there.
Even worse, it could prevent Los Angeles from getting back on the winning track while making things more difficult to compete for a playoff spot in the NFC, which Rams fans obviously don’t want to see at all.