Los Angeles Rams: What the quarterback competition means for each competitor

Jeff Fisher said a few weeks ago that Case Keenum was his guy for the upcoming season. We all knew that was not true, because Fisher said the same thing about Sam Bradford who was traded for Nick Foles soon after. Les Snead announced recently that there would be a quarterback competition for the upcoming season. This gives new hope that the Rams will take a quarterback, but for now...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Rams: Jeff Fisher’s plan is almost complete

Jeff Fisher was brought in to help lead the Rams from the depths of a deep, dark abyss of losing to their former Greatest Show on Turf glory days. Multiple coaches tried and failed before him including Steve Spagnuolo, Jim Haslett, and Scott Linehan. Over those three coaches time with the Rams, they went a combined 23-73. The last Rams head coach to have a record over .500 was...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Three burning questions the Los Angeles Rams must answer

Well it’s off-season time once again and this might be one of the Los Angeles Rams’ most significant offseasons in franchise history. With the recent move to Los Angeles, the Rams have the national spotlight shining heavily on them. After finishing 3rd in the NFC West this season at 7-9, Rams fans have to be hoping that 2016 can be their breakout year. I’ve outlined three...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

What Are The Rams Going To Do With Nick Foles If Jeff Fisher Starts Case Keenum Next Season?

During the off-season the St. Louis Rams decided to do the unthinkable and traded away their often-injured, franchise quarterback in Sam Bradford for promising Eagles quarterback Nick Foles. Foles ended up playing terrible, Case Keenum was made the starter, and has apparently done enough to have Jeff Fisher say he wants him back next season--as the starter.He may not be the kind...
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January 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Rams' Fisher on RB Gurley: 'It's doubtful that he plays Sunday'

NAPA, Calif. -- St. Louis Rams rookie running back Todd Gurley missed his third straight practice because of a right foot injury and is likely to be held out of the Rams' final regular-season game.The 10th overall pick in the 2015 draft, Gurley has spent the past week getting treatment on his foot after being hurt late in the second half of St. Louis' win over Seattle.Gurley, who...
Via Associated Press
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Rams inspired by pregame video chat with Stedman Bailey

    The St. Louis Rams had their spirits boosted before their victory Thursday thanks to a video chat with wide receiver Stedman Bailey. Coach Jeff Fisher arranged for Bailey to speak to the team from the Miami hospital where he’s recovering, and it was the first time that virtually anyone on the team had seen the receiver since he was shot in the head on November 24. ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: St. Louis Rams will not fire Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher’s job as head coach of the St. Louis Rams is reportedly safe at least for one more year. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Thursday that “all indications” pointed to Fisher and general manager Les Snead returning next season. St. Louis can’t even be called mediocre under Fisher, who has yet to coach the Rams to a record of .500 or better since coming over...
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December 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Fisher ‘almost out of answers’ after another blowout loss

The St. Louis Rams have lost five games in a row, and head coach Jeff Fisher is running out of ideas for how to fix the slide. Shortly after his 4-8 Rams lost at home to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Fisher had no interest in sugar-coating another uncompetitive performance from his fading club. “You know what, the coach is almost out of answers,” Fisher said, via ESPN...
Via The Sports Daily
December 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher: Anyone Criticizing Rams’ Effort Can ‘Kiss My Ass’ (Video)

The St. Louis Rams’ season is spiraling down the drain, with the team sitting at 4-7 following Sunday’s 31-7 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. The defeat was St. Louis’ fourth straight. But don’t question the Rams’ effort around head coach Jeff Fisher. He just might tear your head off … Or at least tell you where to plant your lips. Jeff Fisher is a little sensitive...
November 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher rips critics for questioning effort of Rams

Jeff Fisher was salty after the St. Louis Rams were blasted by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, losing by a score of 31-7. After the game during his media session, Fisher reacted — poorly — to a question about his team’s effort. Here is his response. Tell us how you really feel, Jeff Fisher… — Sportsnaut (@Sportsnaut) November 29, 2015 ...
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November 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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