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Sean McVay Speaks High About Rams Future After Wild Card Loss to Falcons

After a bittersweet Wild Card loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday at the Coliseum, Rams coach Sean McVay is taking a positive approach, Adam Maya of NFL.com reports.

“Certainly we’re not content with the way that this season ended,” McVay said in the aftermath of a 26-13 defeat, “but it doesn’t take away the fact that our players and our group of coaches accomplished a lot of things where we feel like we’re building a foundation where that trajectory is pointing upward for the Rams.”

“I think you do have a lot of respect for experience and certainly this is an example that we can learn from,” McVay said. “But, what I don’t think is, is I don’t think this game was too big for our players. We’re a young football team, we didn’t make enough plays tonight to be able to get it done, but I don’t think that means it was too big for our guys. … It’s going to be great motivation as we go into the offseason program leading into next year.”


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