The Rams coach opens up about what went wrong against the Patriots in Super Bowl LIII by Sean Wagner-McGough @seanjwagner May 8, 2019 at 11:06 am ET • 3 min read In the little more than three months that have passed since the Rams lost to the Patriots in the Super Bowl, Sean McVay has seemingly figured out what went so terribly wrong, at least on his end. The Rams coach entered the game as arguably the league’s best offensive mind and the sport’s second-best coach after engineering a remarkable turnaround in Los Angeles during the first two years of his reign. In 2017, despite being the youngest coach in NFL history, he took a quarterback in Jared Goff who looked like the NFL’s next biggest bust and turned the Rams into an offensive powerhouse that won 11 games. He followed up his impressive opening salvo with a 13-3 regular season and two playoff wins that brought the Rams to the Super Bowl. But McVay left the game thoroughly humiliated by the league’s undisputed best defensive mind and best overall coach, Bill Belichick, who held the Rams’ high-powered attack to three points. Speaking with Sports Illustrated’s Andy Benoit, McVay revealed… Read full this story
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