Another week, another struggle for Todd Gurley.
Once again, he also didn't get the workload.
Gurley received only 12 carries in what was a close game throughout, two weeks after getting only 15 carries in a loss to the New York Giants and three weeks after getting only 14 carries in a loss to the Detroit Lions. Facing a Panthers defense that had allowed the NFL's fewest rushing yards per carry, Gurley got the ball on back-to-back snaps only once -- on the Rams' first drive of the game.
Down the stretch Benny Cunningham was on the field because he's what HC Jeff Fisher calls the team's two-minute RB, the story said. Since his 142-yard breakout first game, Gurley is averaging just 61 yards a game since then.