Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay spoke out against Jared Goff’s inconsistency in Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Goff finished the game 19 of 31 with 198 passing yards, two interceptions and a lost fumble. He did not throw a touchdown pass. Los Angeles lost to San Francisco 23-20.
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“They did a good job. You give them credit. They deserve their respect, but in many cases a simple execution, ”said McVay. “The guys we rely on have to be able to make plays that haven’t in tough times. These are things that, if we’re going to be the team that we’re capable of being, we need guys to be able to step up in certain places.
“He takes care of football. Our quarterback needs to take better care of football, ”he added.
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McVay was asked what Goff needs to do best to deal with football as the team heads down the home stretch.
“Each piece, as I mentioned, is its own individual situation. But it could be keeping both hands on the ball, or realizing that if someone is swimming around you, you can’t just throw it away when you can’t see where you’re going, be able to trust your guys. to be able to separate. But all in all, every time you flip it over as many times as we have and it has, it must be better. He can do it, but we have to be able to do it, ”McVay said.
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Goff has 16 touchdown passes and 10 interceptions this season. Sunday’s game was only the second time he’s pitched for under 200 yards this season, but the third of the last four games he’s thrown at least two interceptions.