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NFL does not care about Rams' future in St. Louis

Earlier this week, St. Louis’s stadium task force traveled to New York City to meet with the NFL and present their plans for a new riverfront stadium by the Arch. Rams COO Kevin Demoff was there, but don’t kid yourselves. Demoff’s presence was just a courtesy. Barring unforeseen circumstances, the Rams are as good as gone from St. Louis next season. When a person as rich...
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Mailbag: How many games do you see the St. Louis Rams winning in 2015?

How many games do you see the Rams winning in 2015? – James, St. Charles Predicting the Rams’ wins in the Fisher era is maddening. They routinely have one of the most difficult schedules year-to-year, but also struggle to win games that they should. Going into 2015 (predraft), the Rams have a defense that’s ready to win but an offense with some serious holes. Here is the schedule...
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Without Jeff Fisher, the Tennessee Titans are nothing

Jeff Fisher might be one of the most underrated coaches within the NFL. He’s young, energetic and is one of the coaches you’d love to play for. The Tennessee Titans allowed Fisher to take the helm of the franchise that moved from Houston, Texas to Nashville, Tennessee. Something not every head coach has to deal with. During his time there he saw many things. Two rookie of the...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Rams set to meet with another quarterback prospect this weekend

After Rams fans watched their former franchise quarterback Sam Bradford leave for Philadelphia and saw Nick Foles take his place, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said the move wouldn’t deter the team from adding another signal caller before heading into the 2015 season. “It is our intention to draft one,” Fisher said in Arizona at the NFL owners meeting. “The Nick trade has no...
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Fisher: Rams will draft quarterback this year

The St. Louis Rams will be drafting a quarterback this April, according to Head Coach Jeff Fisher via nfl.comHe and General Manager Les Snead hitched themselves to former Ram Sam Bradford for three seasons and were reluctant to invest in help at the position through the draft. In 2014, they drafted Southern Methodist quarterback Garrett Gilbert, but Gilbert was a sixth-round choice...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Who Will the Rams Draft in Round One?

Before the hectic draft month of April begins, the crew at TopSportsReport decided it would be a smart time to write a 1st round mock draft.  John Miceli decided to write the article.  He carefully made selections for each team and explained each selection in this article. As he pretended to be Jeff Fisher, check out who John Miceli selected for the St. Louis Rams. NFL MOCK DRAFT...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher says the St. Louis Rams still intend to draft a quarterback

We learned some interesting things today from St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher when he spoke with the media at the owner’s meetings in Arizona. Most of the questions revolved around the quarterback position in the wake of the Nick Foles trade. Fisher admitted that the Cleveland Browns did in fact call him about Sam Bradford… Jeff Fisher admits the Browns called about Sam...
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March 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher refutes Sam Bradford trade rumors

It was just reported that the St. Louis Rams’ general manager Les Snead had no plans to “delete” quarterback Sam Bradford from the team. Head coach Jeff Fisher has since confirmed Snead’s sentiment, stating this regarding Bradford (via We’re counting on him, I’m betting on him, and if that doesn’t happen, then we’ll win games with someone else. This...
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February 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher: NFL committee to discuss football inflation

INDIANAPOLIS — The NFL pretended that they took football inflation extremely seriously when they launched their DeflateGate investigation. It turns out that’s far from the truth as more details have come pouring out over the NFL’s process. NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino even admitted before the Super Bowl that officials don’t log the footballs’ PSI before games...
February 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher goes on the attack, slams ESPN, Josina Anderson

NFL head coaches tend to have a relationship with their players that extend to off the football field themselves. They give off-field advice, tutor them on the issues that are presented to players in the real world and get offensive when players are unfarily scrutinized by the media and skeptics.  This is exactly what St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher did in defense of rookie...
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August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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