Todd Gurley wants the running left to him.
If only the Rams could help get him moving.
On a night when rookie quarterback Jared Goff was knocked out of the game because of a hit absorbed while scrambling, Gurley continued his season-long struggle in a 24-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on Thursday.
Gurley gained only 38 yards in 14 carries — and 22 yards came on one carry.
“I felt like we had a good game plan,” Gurley said when asked about the offensive plan under interim coach John Fassel. “It just goes back to executing.”
On the Rams’ second series, Gurley lined up behind Jamon Brown, an offensive lineman who said he was inserted at...