Jeff Fisher made announcement while introducing new coordinator Frank Cignetti
The St. Louis Rams did not have an awful season in 2014, but a 6-10 record isn’t what they were hoping for. It was a season filled with close losses, wins over big-time teams, and yet another season-ending injury to quarterback Sam Bradford. The Rams have a lot to think about and some good things going forward so 2014 proved a lot.
Rams quarterback says he’s ready to regain starting job in 2015
Veteran QB was signed off Rams practice squad by Houston and may start for them this weekend after both their QBs got hurt last week.
The St. Louis Rams aren’t necessarily out of the playoff race, but one more loss could get them to that point. The Arizona Cardinals have struggled a little since Carson Palmer went down with a season-ending injury. Now, the two NFC West teams are going to battle it out on “Thursday Night Football” and CBS Sports’ Dan Fouts talked about how important the game is for both.
Rams offense has struggled in its last five games, so coaching staff makes change mid-week.
When the St. Louis Rams return to work on Tuesday morning, they’ll do so as a club with a 1-2 record faced with the task of playing its next eight games against teams that either made the playoffs last year or look primed for a playoff run this year.
Looking to avoid any sort of quarterback controversy this year, Jeff Fisher insists that Shaun Hill will start if he’s healthy this weekend. But that simply begs the question, “Will Hill be healthy?”
One series into Sunday’s Week 2 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked a whole lot like last week’s Week 1 contest against the Minnesota Vikings — the St. Louis Rams were getting pushed around the field and seemed unable to do anything about it.
This loss, several players said, would not define their season.