LOS ANGELES RAMS
Rams lose in New England 26-10. As a bonus, fans also lose as news is announced that Jeff Fisher and his loyal stead Les Snead also get contract extensions.
My prediction for tomorrow's Rams game in New England isn't meant to bash on L.A. However, some realities are just that, realities.
This weeks game in Foxboro is a great opportunity for the Los Angeles Rams to get an up close and personal look at what a winning organization looks like.
If you've been paying attention to the messaging this week, indications appear that Jeff Fisher will be on the Rams sidelines next season.
Los Angeles Rams Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff went full stupid yesterday when offering an assessment and opinion on head coach Jeff Fisher.
The Rams lost today without even playing a game. With a battle in full blown glory playing out in the public, Jeff Fisher found a way to lose again.
The Los Angeles Rams took the road show to New Orleans and lost another game. The "Silver Linings" provided by Jared Goff, still didn't yield a win.
Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher is on the precipice of setting a record of his own, and in L.A, it's becoming a tradition unlike any other; losing.
The Los Angeles Rams head to New Orleans looking for a win to keep their playoffs hopes alive. Can Goff help them get over the hump?
The movie duo of Thelma & Louise have nothing on the Rams Jeff Fisher an Les Snead. Both have gone over a cliff to nowhere.
Do you remember when the Rams were 3-1 and the sky seemed the limit? Well, no need to beat around the bush, the Los Angeles Rams have been figured out,
Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff was staring wide eyed at his first win in the NFL. But as fate would have it, karma reared its familiar head in L.A.
The Jared Goff era is less than 24 hours always, and don't be fooled, expectations are rightly high among Rams fans. Now, he has to win.
What do the Rams have to lose tomorrow in the debut of rookie quarterback Jared Goff? Not one thing. So, will they finally just go for it in L.A?