Sean McVay On Jordan Fuller's Season-Ending Ankle Injury, Facing Cardinals In Wild Card Round

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay talks about S Jordan Fuller’s season-ending ankle injury sustained against the 49ers, candidates to take over Fuller’s role as the on-field defensive signal-caller, additional injury updates coming out of Week 18 and preparing to take on a familiar opponent in the Cardinals in the Wild Card Round.

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    Kevin DeKlerk says:

    Before him we had Jeff Fisher and other coaches with too many years at the bottom of the league. Under McVay, Rams have been most competitive but yeah this is one of the biggest NFL rivalries with Niners. Reality is that Shanahan owns McVay. He needs supporting coaches like Wade Philips was and someone to ingrain the toughness we need against teams like the Niners. That won't get addressed before the off season. The only path now to redemption is if Rams beat Cardinals and Bucs and Niners deal with Cowboys and Packers and these two teams meet again in NFC Championship, Rams win it and the Super Bowl.

    Kevin DeKlerk says:

    Clean slate – it is really one game at a time now. Don't pretend to be what you aren't and play to your strengths. Stay humble but be tough in the field. Go Rams.

    david toney says:

    This is the prince of God's house out

    david toney says:

    We are very proud of ownership and the moves they have made so it's different for us when you lose we're behind you we are happy with our coach we are happy with your effort we are happy with the season and we're not going to hold our heads down all we ask is that would you please at least beat the Cardinals then we can kind of sleep at night other than that we're up all day with you we're up all night with you we support you we love you and thank you

    Lou Rattelsdorfer says:

    Coach you need to be more trusting and aggressive. You need another defensive coordinator. That was unacceptable

    Mike Malick says:

    What a FKN debocel. Coach throws the game away with over conservative play calling at the end of both halves. ARE YOU EVER GOING TO LEARN MCFLY ???????????? Play to win not to lose.

    Bj Walthall says:

    I wish all bad things for the rams and their organization.

    That Boy says:

    We won the first half against the 49ers, but the 49ers won the 2nd half and that's what matters.

    Darion Burgess says:

    Stafford obviously sprained his ankle last week and dude just keeps playing. Pretends he’s not injured… couldn’t ask for better toughness

    Jeffrey Scroggs says:

    Pooor Coooop ! so, Did he get the Triple ?!? His Legacy got buried in the S.F. Spoilers; over Glorified Beat -Down of……a feild goal

    Scubooty says:

    L.A. Fans aren't gunna come support a team that keeps losing to San Francisco. You have to understand this city more. You and the players all need to understand that these aren't regular games. You say a couple plays here and there could of gone a different way. No, bro, they have to go another way. You have to beat this team. It's part of being a coach or manager in this city. You have to beat that team. This is the way it is. You can't just move on. You have to beat that team. We aren't moving on. You have to take that smirk off Kittle and Deebo's faces , or we want someone who can. This is a really big deal. You are in L.A. ..Know your place. You will never be beloved here if you can't beat Frisco. This organization won't be fully embraced here until this changes. In some ways, this organization hasn't adapted to being back in L.A. You can't just move on from losing 6 in a row to the 49ers. Find the hunger to beat them, or we will get someone who can beat them. We aren't ever gunna accept this move on attitude….Never.

    Scubooty says:

    Dude is too nice to beat physical teams like the 49ers.

    Righteousvna says:

    Nick Scott and T Burgress sucked with so many tackles missed. McVay is bs-ing again.

    Righteousvna says:

    McVay peaked already and his peak is a tag below Shanahan and LaFleur in game management. The Rams lost to the 49ers also because the Rams O line, D line and linebackers are inferior, and it’s been on McVay and Snead to fix the last 3 years. They just have repeatedly under-fixed!

    Where is Zeke says:

    The problem is Mcvays EGO! He wants to be cute with spread formation on short downs to show his “explosive” offense. His play calling puts our team in a hole and he doesn’t know how to handle the bright lights. Love our team but he’s not ready to get back to the super bowl.

    Jason Mishler says:

    This dude saying way too much about the performance, spoken like a true loser

    ASanitationStompOut says:

    That line, once again as always…exposed by SF…the pass was dead minute they mentally beat Stafford…Oline plays like that around the way, sure enough ofc the season over next week or eventually…but hey

    Haplo Blank says:

    As a 9ers fan, I like your coach. He's got a great attitude and he's smart AF. GG and maybe we'll see ya laterz

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