ST. LOUIS Brandon Gibson is oblivious to the tectonic shift around him, and that might be good for a guy tossed into the pressure cooker of having to prove himself again. Clean slate. No memories. Just play.
I try not to worry about it, said Gibson, in his fourth season as a St. Louis Rams wide receiver, when asked about job-security risks as a Billy DevaneySteve Spagnuolo holdover with a new regime. They watched film before. I think they saw a few things that could help.
Does that film have insights into other future fortunes? Powerball numbers? Keno drawings? Because the Rams struck gold with a newborn Gibson on Sunday, when the 6-foot, 205-pound Washington State product cradled four catches for 51 yards and a touchdown in a loss to the Detroit Lions.
Im all for getting help and getting coached, Gibson said. And so I want to make sure I can do whats best for the team.
Heres what was best for the Rams in Week 1: Gibson chopping his feet for extra yards near the first-down ma...