GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Los Angeles Rams retreated into the visitor's locker room Sunday following a 38-26 loss to the Green Bay Packers as "Go Pack Go" chants echoed throughout Lambeau Field.
Shortly after, cornerback Jalen Ramsey stood at a podium and fielded questions for 10 minutes, confirming what quickly became apparent after the Rams dropped a third straight game.
"It's not a good mood," Ramsey said. "I can say that."
The Rams have gone all-in to build a roster capable of a Super Bowl run that includes quarterback Matthew Stafford, three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald, Ramsey, plus recent additions of outside linebacker Von Miller and receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
However, with six games remaining, the Rams find themselves amid only the second three-game losing streak in Sean McVay's five seasons as coach.