Last season, the Los Angeles Rams limped to the finish line with an interim head coach and an uncertain future. It didn’t take long for the team to find a new head coach in the post-Jeff Fisher era, however, with Sean McVay, formerly of the Washington Redskins, getting the nod. Seven games into his head coaching career, McVay has the Rams playing exceptionally well. Los Angeles is 5-2 and sitting atop the NFC West division following a dominant performance against the Arizona Cardinals. McVay, however, isn’t jumping to any conclusions and is determined to stay the course, via Gary Klein of the L.A. Times. “We haven’t arrived by any stretch,” McVay said, “but 5-2 is a good feeling. But that’s all it is right now.” The Rams crushed the division rival Cardinals in Week 7.
Rams coach Sean McVay says team hasn’t ‘arrived by any stretch’ after 5-2 start
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