After a decade of ineptitude, Rams' offense still struggling (The Associated Press)

Offensive coordinator Rob Boras has repeatedly said he won’t point fingers at anyone responsible for the Los Angeles Rams’ profound struggles to move the ball. The league’s lowest-scoring offense has turned in three straight terrible performances during Los Angeles’ (4-8) three-game skid. The Rams are back to last in the NFL in total offense – the same place they finished last season – with just 284.0 yards per game heading into Sunday’s visit from Atlanta (7-5), which has the NFL’s highest-scoring offense.