Middle linebacker Alec Ogletree sat just outside the shower room in full uniform, elbows on his knees, head buried in his bruised hands.
Receiver Kenny Britt planted himself stone still in front of his locker, red headphones on his ears, staring blankly at his belongings. Teammates throughout the locker room wore similarly stunned expressions.
This was a different scene than the aftermath of the previous week’s Rams defeat. Not the typical this-is-the-NFL-and-we-move-on vibe.
The transatlantic flight to England that awaited Sunday night no longer had the makings of an airborne celebration.
Instead , the Rams’ 31-28 loss to the Detroit Lions at Ford Field had...