Many were puzzled about why the Rams barely used Todd Gurley during Super Bowl 53.Some speculated that Gurley was injured in some way, or perhaps still nursing a knee injury he sustained in Week 15. However, Gurley was one of the first Rams players to speak to the media after the team lost 13-3 to the Patriots Sunday night, and he put those theories to rest.“I know there’s been a lot of concern about my knee but I really am fine,” Gurley said, via ESPN. “We let each other down.” Related News Super Bowl 53: Patriots WR Julian Edelman wins MVP honors Todd Gurley says his knee is fine. Bottom line for tonight’s game, “We let each other down.” pic.twitter.com/PteSaE212R— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) February 4, 2019Gurley said he did get an MRI on his knee after he injured it against the Eagles, but said there was no significant damage. Super Bowl 53: 10 incredible stats from the Patriots’ win over the Rams “I kind of had a break low-key for the last two months,” Gurley said. “So, it’s cool. We’ll do the physicals and all that stuff (Monday).”Even though Gurley led the Rams in rushing Sunday, he had only 35 yards on 10 carries. His only catch resulted in one-yard loss.Adding fuel to the fire, the Rams announced before the game Gurley would be splitting time with C.J. Anderson, who rushed for 22 yards on seven tries.