Rams Coach Jeff Fisher said he wasn’t going to put up with that 7-9 B.S.
Suddenly, that B.S. stands for best scenario.
The 4-8 Rams theoretically could finish 8-8, but who thinks they’re going to run the table in the last quarter of the season? And even if they did, just as they surged at the end last season, how much would it matter?
In the final four games, the Rams face a pair of division leaders, Atlanta and Seattle, before the relatively soft landing of home games against San Francisco and Arizona.
After Sunday’s 26-10 loss at New England, the Rams were guaranteed their 13th consecutive non-winning season.
For Rams fans,...