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Jae C. Hong / Associated Press The championship team often tops right now. Los Angeles Rams does the opposite. The once unbeatable frames have lost more games in the last eight days than they did during the first 1 3 weeks of the NFL season 2018. And while also elite teams hit fast bumps, it's incredible that Los Angeles was fully played in both losses. It is also an indication that team week 14 dud-a sloppy 15-6 road loss for Chicago Bears-was no fluke. The crime has hit a December wall-a Rams may not rise between now and January. They watched out in a week 13 victory over the Detroit Lion, they saw save the 14th loss for the bears and saw the shocking overmatched on Sunday night's 30-23 home loss to a Philadelphia Eagles team that stood like a 13th, 5-point subdog without starting the quarterback. What's wrong with the frames? As usual in this league, it begins with the quarterback. After a two-way performance against the eagles, Jared Goff now has the ball the ball so many times in the last three matches (eight) that he did during the first 11. He had a 113.5 pass worth in week 13, but since then He only filled 55.0 percent of his passages with an average of 5.5 meters per try, one to seven touchdown-to-take ratio and a 51.3-score. Bleacher Report @ BleacherReport Jared Goff with the worst turnover of the year? (via @NFL)https://t.co/xCSAzHG078 Did Jeff Fisher accomplish a bargain…

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The championship team often tops right now. Los Angeles Rams does the opposite.

The once unbeatable frames have lost more games in the last eight days than they did during the first 1

3 weeks of the NFL season 2018. And while also elite teams hit fast bumps, it’s incredible that Los Angeles was fully played in both losses.

It is also an indication that team week 14 dud-a sloppy 15-6 road loss for Chicago Bears-was no fluke. The crime has hit a December wall-a Rams may not rise between now and January.

They watched out in a week 13 victory over the Detroit Lion, they saw save the 14th loss for the bears and saw the shocking overmatched on Sunday night’s 30-23 home loss to a Philadelphia Eagles team that stood like a 13th, 5-point subdog without starting the quarterback.

What’s wrong with the frames? As usual in this league, it begins with the quarterback.

After a two-way performance against the eagles, Jared Goff now has the ball the ball so many times in the last three matches (eight) that he did during the first 11. He had a 113.5 pass worth in week 13, but since then He only filled 55.0 percent of his passages with an average of 5.5 meters per try, one to seven touchdown-to-take ratio and a 51.3-score.

Did Jeff Fisher accomplish a bargain and reclaim the main coaching job?

There are excuses on the table. Goff’s receiving corps lacks depth, lacks a confident sophomore pass-catcher Cooper Cup, free conditions made life difficult against a tough Bears defense, and the eagles D certainly came to play too.

But they do not cut it. The 24-year-old has consistently throw behind (or over, under, too long before) open recipients.

If Goff will be a special player, a player who valued a number 1 overall election, a rockstar-level second contract and long-term elite status, he can not afford to turn into an overwhelming rookie version of himself just because he missing one of his favorite goals or because he plays in weather below room temperature or because the eagles have unexpectedly appeared on the LA Coliseum with remaining magic dust from 2017.

Goff gets games like them but they can not come on continuously in the middle of a competition for the highest seed.

It may be time to turn it around, especially with the three-star Arizona Cardinals and the four-winning San Francisco 49ers who serve as a season-long goal training. But the damage can already have been done. New Orleans Saints only needs to win two of their last three games to cope with NFC’s top seed, which would probably force Rams to travel to the scary Superdome for the NFC Championship Game.

It is assumed that they beat a Wild Card Round winner like Bears, Eagles, Seahawks, Vikings or Cowboys to get that far. Note that they lost two of these teams and were challenged very much by Seattle and Minnesota.

Ramsna has converted only nine of their last 30 third games, they only made a first quarter touchdown since week 12, and Goff has made only two passes on 20 plus-yard throws in the last three weeks.

They only had a 25 yard win on Sunday night, and it was 4:19 left as a rule when they were 14 points and facing a prevention of Philadelphia defense. They did not even try to make another deep pass on their final drive, mainly because the eagles removed it from them.

There was something we saw in Chicago and to an extent also in Detroit. A crime that got 25 or more laps 36 times in its first 11 games has made it in just three games in the last three weeks.

L.A.’s opponents prefer to see if the frames can kill them with a thousand Todd Gurley cuts instead of two or three Goff bombs, especially now that there are enough tape to prepare for what the game has to offer.

That strategy may be an indication team is tired of being embarrassed by Sean McVay. Everyone gives Rams all that they have, which is an old complication that will be considered to be the best. Did you see how the eagles fly around the field in pursuit of defense? A proud governor did not go down without a fight, and no one will see any frames in January.

It does not of course mean that Gurley did not look healthy when he acted with a knee injury to the eagles. He is one of only three players in the league with more than 300 hands. And while still playing at the All-Pro level, the last two excursions show that he probably can not carry Ramsna himself.

It’s not really how this league works nowadays. Only two of the last 13 Super Bowl champions hired a Pro Bowl back.

And it would be a matter if it was Ram’s only potential Achilles heel, but Thetis may have used both hands as she dipped this team in the Styx River.

We can not let the Los Angeles defense escape.

The Rams is one of only five teams-along with Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins-who have given up 30 points in more than five matches this season.

Defensive Linear Aaron Donald is still heading for this year’s distinguished player, and he and his teammates have talent and playmaking ability to destroy conflicting crimes exposed to mistakes, one-dimensional or both. But when they do not get the ears back with an early line, they are often used on the ground.

Eagles backs Wendell Smallwood, Josh Adams and Darren Sproles quietly combined for a three-digit rushing-yard performance Sunday evening, while Bears backs Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen took over last week’s game in Chicago.

Ramsna entered Week 15, who left a league worst 5.1 meters per berry, while only three teams had given up more 20-yard runs and only Bucs had allowed more 30-yard to play in general.

This Rams team has started its defensive statistics against evil offensive opponents like 49ers, Cardinals, Raiders, Broncos and Lions, while the Goff rupture was at its best before the bout suffered a seasonal knee injury before the weather turned and before the pressure began Mounted with January, lasting.

Los Angeles now looks like a team that peaked too early and has had its shortcomings exposed and exploited at the worst time.

Betting spreads via OddsShark and statistics via Pro Football Reference. Brad Gagnon has covered the NFL for Bleacher Report since 2012.

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