Jared Goff got his first start of his career as the Los Angeles Rams fall to the Minnesota Vikings by a score of 27-25.

In his final chance to show he deserves playing time, Goff went 6-16 for 67 yards with one touchdown, one interception, and one lost fumble. Goff led the offense to a touchdown on his first drive, but failed to do anything more on the rest of his possessions. His two turnovers led to 10 points for the Vikings.

Aaron Green and Terrence Mcgee carried the Rams’ offense as 105 yards and one touchdown between them. If Todd Gurley can’t play for any reason, the Rams seem to have capable backups behind him.

The Rams special teams and run defense failed to execute, as they gave up a touchdown off a kick off return and allowed the Vikings’ back up running backs, C.J. Ham and Jhurrell Pressley, to carry their team to victory.

The final cuts are underway, as the Rams and the rest of the NFL must trim their teams down to 53 players.

With the preseason finished, the Rams are looking towards the first game of the season against division rival, the San Francisco 49ers, which will be on Monday night.

Jared Goff Just Isn’t Ready Yet


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