What was Jeff Fisher's four-year plan when he was made head coach of the St. Louis Rams in 2012?
What was the intent of trading away the rights to the #2 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft?
What was the justification for going all in on Sam Bradford for 2014 without signing a meaningful backup?
What was the reason for drafting five cornerbacks, four running backs and five offensive linemen from 2012-14?
Who thought this was going to result in a functional offense? Who assumed this was how things would change? Who managed the risk mitigation factors to turn over a 7-win team in 2012 into something more successful beyond that season? Why did a shuffling of the personnel without a meaningful structural change or a significant derivation in role warrant the bulk of the offseason effort after a 6-win season in 2014 after two previous losing seasons?
Why are the moves made to support this team from the RGIII trade to the drafting of Todd Gurley done to support a Fisherball approach that looks headed for a fourth losing season in St. Louis?
The St. Louis Rams lost today to the Cincinnati Bengals, 7-31.