Los Angeles has a 9-18 record

The Rams are now 3-5, the same as their loss total from a year ago, and they have lost four of their previous five games.

Los Angeles completed the regular season 12-5 after being winless in November.

Then swept through the playoffs to win their second Super Bowl.

Since Sean McVay took over as head coach of the Rams, the franchise has reached the playoffs four out of the last five seasons.

Even with the return of a number of key players from last year's Super Bowl run.

 Look no farther than star cornerback Jalen Ramsey's outburst after Sunday's 16-13 defeat.

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