Who long does it take for a city to turn on its team? Ummmmmmm, a day?

Los Angeles Times’ Super Bowl Front Page Is Going Viral

The Los Angeles Rams had a Super Bowl to forget. They tied the 1971 Miami Dolphins for the least points scored in a Super Bowl, losing 13-3 to the New England Patriots.

Highly-touted head coach Sean McVay admitted he was outcoached, and third-year quarterback Jared Goff looked like a deer in the headlights for much of the game. If Los Angeles is fortunate to get back to the big stage at some point, they will want to play much, much better than they did yesterday.

The Los Angeles Times’ front page this morning said it all, describing the game as succinctly and accurately as possible.

“Lambs, not Rams,” read the major headline.

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John McMurtrie

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“Lambs, not Rams”
The front page of today’s @LATimes

 
 

The Rams’ roster is still loaded on paper, and they have a bright, young coach, even if the hype around McVay may have reached outrageous proportions.

However, salary cap issues are lurking, and there’s never a guarantee that a team that comes close will get back to the Super Bowl. Just ask the San Francisco 49ers and Carolina Panthers recently. among other teams.

 

LA better hope it didn’t blow its best chance at a title.

You tell.

Let us know what you think before the clock runs out.

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