Jalen Ramsey has called out the Los Angeles Rams' offense for failing to close out the game versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After the Rams' defense made a big stop late in the game, the Rams' offense went three-and-out and gave the Buccaneers another chance to get the win.
Tom Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, orchestrated a six-play, 60-yard touchdown play in the final minute of the game. After the Rams suffered a 16-13 defeat, Ramsey didn't hold back on his offense for failing to close out the game.
Ramsey calls out the Rams' offense
“The defense should not have had to go back on the field. Simple. Gotta have some dogs who are gonna go get it. We shouldn’t come to the sideline after a big stop like that and our coaches or the other side or whoever telling us, ‘We gonna to need y’all one more time.
We gonna to need y’all one more time.’ Like what the f---? We just made a big stop, turnover on downs, with a minute and some change left and no timeouts for nobody. Gotta have some dogs who are like, man, f--- all that, we are going to end this game right now,”he continued.
“Good stop. We are going to end the game for y’all. We gotta play off each other in that sense. You know what I mean? That’s what I mean by we should not have had to go out there. It is what it is. It ain’t the first time that this has happened.
This has happened multiple times this year, really. S---," Ramsey said, per the NFL website. Following the latest loss, the Rams dropped to 3-5. The Rams, who had one of the most explosive offenses last season, have been struggling on that side of the ball this season.
This Sunday, the Rams are playing the Arizona Cardinals. The Rams have lost four of their last five games and are desperate to beat the Cardinals this week.
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