The Rams fell 19-16 to the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle, ending their season with a 5-12 record and a TON of questions heading into the offseason. While a lot of younger players certainly stepped up in hopes to be along for the ride next year (Quentin Lake, Russ Yeast, Ernest Brown, etc.), there are a handful of veterans who have a very uncertain future. Aaron Donald, in particular, seems to be the one player who’s linked to the core that still seems very undecided about playing next year. In the coach’s room, Sean McVay and the Rams have a massive decision to make about Sean’s future with the team. He’s dealt with adversities in his personal life along with in his career that has led to a very exhausting existence. All in all – we want to know McVay isn’t completely burnt out and is capable of coming back to coach. But first, he’ll take a very long and well-deserved vacation to think it all through. He mentioned many times in his presser that “he’s never been in this situation before”, but very much believes he’s not done coaching in this league.