Cooper Kupp says he agrees with head coach Sean McVay that the Los Angeles Rams definitely need to figure out what changes they need to make in order to turn around their season. On Sunday, the Rams suffered a devastating 16-13 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In the final moments of the game, Tom Brady hit Cade Otton for a game-winning touchdown versus the Rams. The Rams, who are the defending Super Bowl champions, own a 3-5 record after their first eight games of the season. Also, the Rams have lost four of their last five games.
"Adjustments have to be made. We can't continue to go on like this. And what that looks like, I don't necessarily have the exact answers right now," McVay said after the game.
Kupp agrees with coach McVay
The Rams' offense, which was one of the most explosive offenses last season, has struggled through the first part of this season.
Kupp acknowledged that he and the rest of the guys on the offense have to find a way to put more points on the board. "I'm not going to sit here and say I've got the answers, but I agree. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again.
We got to find a way to change up and manufacture points. Just find a way to put points up on the board. The defense has done such a great job and we let them down. We keep saying 'come back and go to work.' And it's not a shortage of effort, but at some point how much more effort can you give? You've got to change something.
You've got to find a way to be efficient and score points," Kupp said of McVay's comments. This week, the Rams are hosting the Arizona Cardinals on their home field. It remains to be seen if the Rams can bounce back this week and beat the Cardinals.