Todd Gurley did everything he could to help the Rams in 2017. Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Rams running back and MVP candidate Todd Gurley closed up shop on a great season with a disappointing 26-13 loss in the NFC Wildcard Playoffs against the Atlanta Falcons Saturday night.

But instead of sitting at home and wallowing in his sorrows, Gurley was out and about in Hollywood mere hours after his season ended.

TMZ Sports notes that Gurely was hitting up Delilah in West Hollywood Saturday with a couple lovely ladies holding his company.

There’s no criticism to be thrown around here. Gurley did everything possible to extend the Rams’ season. He also put up a hellacious campaign, tallying 2,093 total yards and 19 touchdowns.

Why not go out and get your mind off the disappointing end to the season? Props to Mr. Gurley for finding some nice company to mingle with.

Our data show that Gurley was an extremely popular figure in California this past year, ahead of the likes of USC’s Sam Darnold and UCLA’s Josh Rosen in Southern California.

Why not play off that popularity and enjoy the Hollywood night life. It sure beats anything he could have envisioned in St. Louis, right?

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