The newest FanPulse for the Los Angeles Rams has shown confidence in the team has hit a season-low after a 15-6 loss to the Chicago Bears. Granted, fan confidence is still at 82%, but it’s a considerable dip after hanging out around 100% all year.
Not only was it the first time the Rams’ offense was held to single-digit points, but also the first time they’ve scored under 29 points all year. Is it due to a new trend with how teams are defending their motion concepts? You’ll know if Jim Schwartz hasn’t adjust like the others if you see this play hits early:
But Jet Motion makes it all possible.. teams playing it differently now with more evenly distributed, static looks, but this thing cooks when teams get influenced by the motion - pic.twitter.com/t2Gp8SYHF1— Michael Kist (@MichaelKistNFL) December 13, 2018
Jet motion has broken his defense before, especially when the street free agents started getting significant playing time.
Jet motion broke Chandon Sullivan's brain. pic.twitter.com/AIrKoHkPkc— Michael Kist (@MichaelKistNFL) November 20, 2018
Shifting the focus back to the Rams, was their output against the Bears more to do with Jared Goff’s struggles and/or limitations? Or was it an island game with a bounce back coming?
To help weed through the nonsense I talked with Joe McAtee aka 3k, the managing editor for our friends over at Turf Show Times. Along with the recent offense sputters we covered each unit of the team, detailing strengths and weaknesses for both sides of the ball and how the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles stack up.
Stream this BGN Radio Special on the media player below or click here if the player doesn’t load. We will resume our normally scheduled programming this week, thank you for bearing with some slight alterations lately. As always five-star ratings and written reviews are much appreciated! FLY EAGLES FLY!