ST. LOUIS (AP) Playing catch-up is nothing new for the St. Louis Rams, who have trailed by double digits in every game.
Week 3 was a step way down because they never got going, and now must rebound in a hurry.
Coach Jeff Fisher said because the schedule is compressed heading into Thursday night's game against San Francisco, the 31-7 loss at Dallas cannot linger. Mistakes would be pointed out, players would be told where they need to improve, and then it's on to the next game.
"They'll be fine," Fisher said. "All you have to do is put on a series here or a series there of our matchup last year, either one of the two games against the 49ers, and we'll have their attention."
Fisher thought the 49ers "probably see themselves in the same situation" after losing 27-7 at home to the Colts.
He turned a bit testy on the subject, noting he's been coaching a long time and knows how to make a quick transition. He said he wasn't worried about players recovering, either.
"We have a philosop...