Following a second consecutive misfortune on Sunday, Rams lead trainer Sean McVay says something must give.

Addressing the media after the game, McVay took responsibility.

Saying, it's basically "not adequate." "Not sufficient, way off the mark to sufficient, and I'm a

part of that," the mentor said. "Changes must be made. [And I'm] a piece of that as well."

The Rams tumbled to Brady's Bucs on a somewhat late drive subsequent to scoring only 13 focuses against the striving Tampa Inlet D.

Regardless of their star power, LA's offense has scored a consolidated 27 focuses over the beyond two games, and has scored in excess of 20 just two times this season.

Apparently the main splendid spot on that side of the ball for the Rams is Cooper Kupp who's having another incredible factual mission.

However, quarterback Matthew Stafford hasn't seemed to be himself and regardless of Darrell Henderson's earnest attempts there's little to no run game.

McVay didn't expound on the "changes" that need to occur, yet entirely the dominant Super

 Bowl champions are only one misfortune away from being in the storm cellar of the NFC West.