OK, we’ll wait and see on that.
McVay told reporters that personnel and scheme are on a still-unspecified list of areas that will be addressed, including how he has done his job.
“I’m a huge part of this,” he said, “and that’s just the reality of where we’re at right now.”
McVay must have delivered a similar message to players because several during postgame interviews echoed their coach about need for changes, though none criticized McVay.
But what changes?
The offensive line remains a hodgepodge with no easy fix. Stafford avoided turnovers the last two games, but the offense is not scoring enough. And other than lineman Aaron Donald, the Rams are not getting pressure on quarterbacks.