The St. Louis Rams are sitting at .500, for the first time since the close of the 2006 season.
An era of good feelings seems to have infected fans. However, wins aren't coming easy for the Rams, who are doing it with a stout defense that is just plain tougher than most of their opponents and an offense that can at least move the ball.
Change just doesn't happen. Turning around a franchise requires guidance and most of all a vision. At various points since the regime change at Rams Park, fans have derided the head coach's "four pillars" approach, an overly cautious take on free agency, draft picks and trades that could of have been and a sometimes befuddling offensive game plan.
So, fans weigh on the Rams leadership, not the overall direction of the franchise, just the job that the coaches are doing.