No one would blame the
Actually, though, Rams Coach
Fisher sounded the annoying, ear-splitting blast on Saturday night at the hotel during a team meeting, and again at the pregame breakfast Sunday.
“He scared a lot of guys at breakfast with it,” punter
According to the betting site Sportsinsights.com, heading into this season, West Coast teams were 61-111 (a .355 winning percentage) since 2003 when playing in the Eastern time zone.
The Rams were offensively sharp for most of their game against Detroit, and didn't look sluggish despite what for them was a mid-morning kickoff.
On Sunday, they have the additional challenge of playing the
“You’ve got to be ready each time you play. We could play in the Sahara Desert, it don’t matter,” Rams defensive tackle
The Rams are in danger of dipping to 3-4 after winning three in a row. That's a wake-up call that doesn't require an air horn.
There are several reunions in Week 7, among them Minnesota quarterback
“He’s got to get himself ready to play, too,” Pederson said of Bradford, who’s at the helm of the
“Back a few years ago, Donovan [former Eagles QB
Pederson, whose Eagles are coming off consecutive defeats after a 3-0 start, said Bradford "has obviously a good understanding and knowledge of what we do on both sides of the ball. I think where it becomes valuable for a coach when a player knows you is just knowing personnel. I think just understanding the types of guys that are here."
In Denver, Kubiak returned to work Monday after taking a week off to recover from the effects of a complex migraine he suffered following the Broncos' loss to Atlanta on Oct. 9.
THERE'S NO TELLING
Even though Pittsburgh’s
“You never know what’s going to happen during the week, what’s going to all go on,” backup quarterback
Roethlisberger, who leads the NFL with 16 touchdown passes, suffered the knee injury in the second quarter of Sunday's 30-15 loss to Miami and briefly left the game before returning in the second half.
Jones started two games for the Steelers last season, playing all four quarters of a 23-13 loss at Kansas City, and later starting against Cleveland before he was injured and replaced by a recovering Roethlisberger.
Others in the Pittsburgh locker room are convinced Jones will be starting against the
“He’s grown,” offensive lineman