From The Podium: Sean McVay, Matthew Stafford And Bobby Wagner Respond To Rams’ 24-9 Loss To 49ers

SANTA CLARA, Calif. The Santa Clara, California Rams Head coach Sean McVay, quarterback Matthew Stafford and linebacker Bobby Wagner each had press conferences following the team’s loss of 24-9 to the 49ers on Monday night at Levi’s Stadium.

Here are a few highlights and most important takeaways from the conversations, which you are able to view in all their entirety here.

“Got one week off, all we have to do is respond, but that was not enough, and we’re moving forward according to.” – McVay

  • With a shortened week as they prepare for Week 5’s game against the Cowboys and the Rams are making quick work of the game on Monday night.
  • Dallas is a three-time winner in games in a row in the lead up to this Sunday’s game.

“It was an incredibly gutsy, gutsy and gutsy performance from Coleman trying to make it to the game. I don’t believe that it was fair for him possibly to attempt to play.” – Stafford

  • Stafford acknowledged Shelton trying to overcome the injury to his ankle, however, he thought it was better to not go in the same way.
  • Jeremiah Kolone stepped in and did not miss a beat According to Stafford even though Kolone was never repped by Stafford during a team period during a practice prior to.

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