LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los Angeles Rams' locker room has not fractured during their historically poor Super Bowl title defense season, and Sean McVay still speaks optimistically about his veterans' leadership, his young players' emergences and this franchise's long-term future.
Those small victories in a season full of big losses are just about all that's left for the Rams (3-9), who have lost six straight heading into a short week of preparation for a visit from the Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday night.
"It's football, man," receiver Brandon Powell said Monday. "You're going to win some, you're going to lose some. I just hope everybody keeps that same energy when the tide flips. That's all."