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.
Following a 35-11 loss to San Francisco on Sept. 26, St. Louis (1-3) has dropped consecutive contests by a combined 66-18 margin. They're the worst back-to-back defeats by a Fisher-coached club since 2009 when Tennessee lost to Indianapolis 31-9 and New England 59-0 a week later.
"We found out where our team is and what we need to do and where we need improve on,'' Fisher said. "We've got a lot of work to do as a staff."
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