Aaron Donald weighs on on Jalen Ramsey calling out Rams' offense



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Aaron Donald weighs on on Jalen Ramsey calling out Rams' offense

Aaron Donald has underlined that the Los Angeles Rams' season is still not over as he still believes that they can turn their season around. After winning the Super Bowl, the Rams are just 3-5 after their first eight games of the year and are looking far from being a Super Bowl contender.

This offseason, Donald came close to retiring but ultimately decided to sign an extension and continue his NFL career. "My main purpose of playing football is to win. I’m going to do everything in my power to motivate the guys around me, try to motivate myself to continue to do that because like I said, we’re still alive," Donald said, per Sports Illustrated.

Last week, the Rams suffered a devastating 16-13 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after conceding a touchdown in the final moments of the game. After the game, Jalen Ramsey called out the Rams' offense, saying that after they got the ball with just around two minutes left it was their job not to let the Buccaneers return to the field.

Donald on Ramsey's comments

“Well, as a competitor, nobody likes to lose. After a while, you get kind of fed up with it and sometimes things need to be said, guys need to hear certain things. I don’t think it’s anything personal, I just think it’s trying to motivate everybody to get on the same page to try to win games," Donald reflected.

The Rams kept the Buccaneers out of their end zone all up until the final moments of the game. After the game, Ramsey was visibly frustrated as he felt that the Rams' offense failed to get the job done. “The defense should not have had to go back on the field.

Simple. Gotta have some dogs who are gonna go get it. We shouldn’t come to the sideline after a big stop like that and our coaches or the other side or whoever telling us, ‘We gonna to need y’all one more time.

We gonna to need y’all one more time.’ Like what the f---? We just made a big stop, turnover on downs, with a minute and some change left and no timeouts for nobody. Gotta have some dogs who are like, man, f--- all that, we are going to end this game right now,”he continued.

“Good stop. We are going to end the game for y’all. We gotta play off each other in that sense. You know what I mean? That’s what I mean by we should not have had to go out there. It is what it is. It ain’t the first time that this has happened.

This has happened multiple times this year, really. S---," Ramsey said. This Sunday, the Rams are hosting the Arizona Cardinals.