It didn’t look much different than the last time the Rams called Los Angeles home.
It bore a striking resemblance to the way they played for much of the last 13 years in St. Louis, too.
The season opener against the San Francisco 49ers on “Monday Night Football” was supposed to be the Rams’ national coming-out party.
Instead, it served as an ugly reminder that regardless of location, this is a team still many moves away from becoming a contender.
The Rams’ 28-0 loss at Levi’s Stadium featured inconsistent quarterback play and an offense that could not score or convert third downs. Those are the same characteristics that plagued the Rams last season when they finished 7-9 with NFL’s worst offense and worst passing offense.