The Rams aren’t expected to have a very strong season. Their QB situation isn’t exactly ironed out yet, as there are still questions about Jared Goff. While that’s getting worked out, everyone is looking towards Todd Gurley to be the driving force of the offense.
But Gurley is already on record as saying he’d like to have a long, healthy career, and carrying the ball 30 times per game won’t help that matter as this “isn’t the 80s.” In only his second season, it appears that he’s already feeling the burden.
“Just stay with it, be patient,” he said, per the Los Angeles Times. “I felt like some of the runs got busted up a little early. I feel like I was trying to do too much, or wasn’t patient enough in my reads.
“I’ve just got to stick to the game plan, and just know that everything is going to be fine, and we’re going to break one.”