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ST. LOUIS -- Jeff Fisher is upset with the Rams' 1-3 start - and hasn't tried to hide his anger.
In his 18th season as an NFL head coach and second with St. Louis, Fisher answered only two questions before walking out of his postgame press conference Thursday night after a 35-11 loss to San Francisco.
He spoke for 1 minute, 32 seconds and has shed little light on one of his toughest losses with the Rams.
"We will get it fixed," has been his simple five-word mantra over the past few days as the Rams prepare to face Jacksonville (0-4) at home Sunday.
"Coach is competitive and he doesn't like losing," St. Louis defensive end Robert Quinn said. "Nobody does. He's been around for a numerous amount of years. He knows how to get the best out of players and he knows how to turn things around."
The Rams have been outscored 66-18 in the last two games, the second-worst two-game stretch in Fisher's career. While at Tennessee in 2009, the T...
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ST. LOUIS -- Jeff Fisher had been mostly mum when asked how he plans to spark one of the NFL's most anemic backfields.
"We're going to get it fixed. That's all I'm going to tell you. We're going to get it fixed," the St. Louis Rams coach said after his team whimpered its way to 18 rushing yards on 19 attempts in its third-straight loss on Thursday....
If you need a fantasy running back, one guy you would want to pick up is Zac Stacy. Stash him on your roster, because if this kid is given the chance he is going to take over for the Rams. The Rams have not had great play from any of their backs, and are currently […]
ST. LOUIS (AP) Rams coach Jeff Fisher knows the importance of the ground game and aims to get St. Louis' rushing attack in gear.
Playing Jacksonville on Sunday presents the perfect opportunity.
While St. Louis (1-3) has rushed for just 189 yards this season, averaging a league-worst 47.3 yards per game, the Jaguars (0-4) have the worst run defense in the NFL, giving up 165...
The Rams need help at running back. I don’t know what Jeff Fisher is doing, but the Rams have a stacked team. Their running back position is so sad , they should be signing a veteran like Michael Turner. There has been a rumor that Zac Stacy will start this week. If that happens the […]
Right now the St. Louis Rams are facing the cure all for ailing teams: the Jacksonville Jaguars. However, the Rams secondary is banged up and leading the way is veteran CB Cortland Finnegan. With Finnegan (hamstring) and Trumaine Johnson (illness) missing practice again on Thursday, including the injury to safety T.J. McDonald (fractured leg) and the secondary will be a mix and match bunch.
Eddie Royal or Golden Tate? That was my biggest fantasy football debate this week. Admittedly, I was very slim at flex in Andy’s league.
[Then I step through the fog and I creep through the smog Cuz I'm Snoop Doggy (Who?) Doggy (What?) Doggy Dogg.]
Royal was ranked higher, but I feel rankers are always stingy with Seattle’s wide receivers. So I threw the question on Twitter...
His four-game NFL suspension over linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar has agreed to terms with the Rams and will re-sign with the team today pending a physical.
Dunbar’s return comes at a time when the Rams’ defense is struggling both to stop the run and the pass.
In addition the status of his September replacement Will Witherspoon is uncertain for Sunday’s game with Jacksonville because...
Rams RB Daryl Richardson responded to a fan on Twitter regarding whether or not he’ll be starting Week 5′s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
@saebhaidar not this week man
— Daryl Richardson (@DRICH_26) October 2, 2013
Richardson has had difficulty getting anything going on the ground for the Rams this season. He’s averaging a meager 2.71 yards per carry and has just...
A month ago, excitement was at an all-time high in St. Louis for the St. Louis Rams. Sure they lost three of their top offensive weapons in Steven Jackson, Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson, but with the same offensive coordinator as last year for Sam Bradford, new rookie playmakers on both the offensive & defensive ends of the ball, and momentum built up from a 7-8-1 2012 season...
Last week: 20 (-8)
The Rams keep adding talent, but they never seem to get any better. Their retooled offensive line isn’t playing up to expectations. Rodger Saffold is out, while veteran Scott Wells has been awful at center. Chris Williams continues to prove he’s not a starting caliber player, while even Jake Long has not been the franchise left tackle they thought...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By WARREN MAYES Associated Press Rams coach Jeff Fisher knows the importance of the ground game and aims to get St. Louis' rushing attack in gear.
Playing Jacksonville on Sunday presents the perfect opportunity.
While St. Louis (1-3) has rushed for just 189 yards this season, averaging a league-worst 47.3 yards per game, the Jaguars (0-4) have the worst...
Daryl Richardson has been one of the more disappointing players in fantasy to date but he gave his owners a hint this week making the decision easier on you. On his twitter account, Daryl tells a follower “Not this week man” when asked if he was still starting.
Facing the Jacksonville Jaguars this week, his owners were hopeful that he might finally be playable. And after having...
After a pair of ugly defeats, Jeff Fisher insists his staff can get the reeling St. Louis Rams back on track.
Perhaps a date with a Jacksonville Jaguars team already looking to the future can provide a good start.
The Rams hope to avoid their first four-game losing streak in Fisher's tenure Sunday when they attempt to deal the visiting Jaguars a 10th straight defeat.
We shall see just how bad the Pittsburgh Steelers view their tackle situation over the course of the next few days as the St. Louis Rams announced Tuesday the release of tackle Max Starks.
Starks signed with the Rams less than two weeks ago and he played all of eight snaps for them in two games.
Starks signed with the San Diego Chargers during the offseason, but was released prior...
Let me tell you about a bad football team. A team that consistently struggles to put first half points on the board, and finds itself halfway to a blowout every halftime. A team that has to rip up the playbook every game because they are pathologically unable to establish the run or protect their quarterback. A team that has some talent on defense but continuously loses on fundamentals...