The Los Angeles Rams made an effort to adjust their high-powered offense after it failed to generate a single point through the first half of Super Bowl LIII.
At first, it showed some promise.
‘It was one of those just back-and-forth games’
The problem was the Rams still couldn’t get all that much going in the final two quarters and were only able to score a field goal on the way to their 13-3 loss against the New England Patriots.
“Just spurts, just trying to stay consistent.”
“Yeah, I think you saw a little bit coming out right at (the start of the) second half, picking up, driving the ball down the field,” wide receiver Robert Woods told SiriusXM NFL Radio’s Tory Holt. “But just spurts, just trying to stay consistent. But it was one of those just back-and-forth games, really, just making plays, good defense. But when we needed it, we missed out on those opportunities.”
‘Good plays on offense, good plays on defense on both sides’
Woods will remember the first Super Bowl appearance as a game that essentially got away from the Rams in the final nine or 10 minutes.
“I think just a competitive game, really,” Woods said. “Good plays on offense, good plays on defense on both sides. But, really, just situational football, just be better. We had a chance at the end but just comes down to turnovers and situation.”
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