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ST. LOUIS There's suspense with the stache.
Coach Jeff Fisher's arrival has brought optimism to the St. Louis Rams after the franchise's woeful 15-65 record over the last five years. Now fans will be treated to a trinket to commemorate the 17-year head-coaching veteran's start in the Gateway City.
On Sept. 16, fans who purchase a discounted ticket to the Rams' Week 2 matchup against the Washington Redskins at the Edward Jones Dome will receive a "Coach Fisher Stache" to complete their game-day experience as part of the "Stache Bash." There's also historical incentive involved: The promotion is part of an effort to break the Guinness world record of 227 false mustaches worn in one place, according to Brian Killingsworth, the Rams' vice president of marketing and brand strategy.
"We're really pumped about it," said Killingsworth, who initiated the idea with the help of his marketing team. "It has got a lot of tr...
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For the team's home opener, the St. Louis Rams will present fans who purchase a discounted ticket a mustache in the likeness of head coach Jeff Fisher.
According to the team’s website, every fan who attends the Saint Louis Rams home opener will receive a replica (above) of head coach Jeff Fisher’s mustache (Credit: InsideSTL)
With the Saint Louis Rams being an awful 15-65 over the last five seasons, it seems as though the team’s front office is trying a technique different from winning to make sure the home opener attracts...
ST. LOUIS (AP) There are 17 rookies on the St. Louis Rams' opening day roster, seven more players age 24 or younger and 31 in all on the 53-man roster who were not with the franchise last season.
It's the youngest team in the NFL, with an average age under 26. A lot of kids for new coach Jeff Fisher to corral.
Fisher and new general manager Les Snead are prepared to live...
There are 17 rookies on the St. Louis Rams’ opening day roster, seven more players age 24 or younger and 31 in all on the 53-man roster who were not with the franchise last season.
It’s the youngest team in the NFL, with an average age under 26. A lot of kids for new coach Jeff Fisher to keep tabs on.
Fisher and new general manager Les Snead are prepared to live with the mistakes...
He smokes cigars and shoots guns.
Jeff Fisher is a wonderful coach, but he has a tall task at hand with the St Louis Rams. This is a franchise that has been languishing for the last few years, and the ownership is more concerned about getting the team out-of-town, than actually playing winning football. Needless to say, fan excitement in St [...]
Steven Jackson of the St Louis Rams will have to carry the ball early and often in order for the Rams to have a chance in Week 1. Defensively Robert Quinn and Chris Long both need monster games if the St Louis Rams have any hopes of getting the upset win in Week 1.
During a Wednesday conference call with reporters, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher was asked if he’ll welcome back defensive coordinator Gregg Williams next season if he’s reinstated by the NFL.
Fisher responded simply by saying “we’ll discuss that next year.”
Well the good news for Williams is that he might have a job with his buddy next year, that’s if the NFL...
The Detroit Lions' decade of losing football ended last season.
It remains to be seen if new coach Jeff Fisher can help the St. Louis Rams end their string of sub-.500 campaigns.
Looking to build off its first playoff appearance since 1999, Detroit opens its season with high expectations Sunday when the visiting Rams try to rebound from another last-place finish.
Comments on the St. Louis Rams by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
ST. LOUIS RAMS (29)
Chris Berman (ESPN, 31) - Jeff Fisher didn't take this job to fail.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 29) - Will see if Jeff Fisher was right to trust Sam Bradford as quarterback to build around.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 31) - Sam Bradford looked good as rookie, but needs...