Say say it’s rebuilding. Others refer to the stage as a team in transition. Either way you look at it, the St. Louis Rams enter 2012 with a new head coach, a new G.M. and a new attitude.
Coach Jeff Fisher and General Manager Les Snead face a tough task trying to turn around a franchise which has won a total of 15 games over the past five seasons.
In addition, this division appears much more challenging than recent years, as the San Francisco 49ers come off a stellar 2011 campaign, where the team was only one or two mistakes away from making it to the Super Bowl and appears to have improved over the offseason and rookie QB Russell Wilson could have the Seattle Seahawks competing for a Wildcard spot in the postseason.
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Nevertheless, this new regime has hit the ground running and has been moving things in the right direction in St. Louis. The team entered the league year with six selections in the 2012 NFL Draft, including the second overall pick.