Los Angeles Rams: 3 Takeaways From Week 14 Loss vs. Bears

The 14th week of the NFL regular season has passed with the Los Angeles Rams losing their second game of the season. Los Angeles was defeated by the Chicago Bears, 15-6. It was a dominating performance by the Bears defense.

The Rams offense never got on track throughout the game, with the Bears defense shutting them down. It was the first time in the Sean McVay era that the Rams didn’t score a touchdown. That’s quite the feat for a team that saw a lot of those types of games under Jeff Fisher.

It was an abysmal display of football by the Rams, but there is no need to panic. They played a very good Bears defense in sub-30 degree weather and struggled. There are no excuses for the Rams offense, the Bears defense just came in and handled their business.

For Rams fans, I’ve seen many fans start to hit the panic button. This team is 11-2 still with a good chance of getting a bye week in the playoffs. They’ll be completely fine going forward. I believe Rams faithful has quickly become spoiled with the winning ways of McVay.

In two seasons, McVay has racked up 22 wins in 29 games. Despite the loss, there are still a few things to take away from this game.

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