Everyone by now has seen that this is the first time the St. Louis Rams are over 0.500 after playing seven games since 2006. It’s always an additional treat to get there by being 3-0 in divisional matchups.
The game versus the 49ers started out slow, as has been the case all season at least on the offensive side of the ball. Then, long touchdowns by Todd Gurley and Tavon Austin along with a smothering defense paved the way for a dominating win against the 49ers – after which their starting QB, Colin Kaepernick, got benched in favor of Blaine Gabbert and Vernon Davis got traded to the Denver Broncos for essentially a coupon for two free tacos from Jack in the Box.
Last week, the majority had Fish between a 6 and a 7. So I’ll ask again, rate Jeff Fisher’s performance so far in 2015 placing a slightly higher emphasis on the last game played. Was the team well prepared this week? Was the play calling good or bad in your opinion? What about the roster moves so far, questionable or fantastic? You know the drill by now, so go ahead and vote; the scale is same as always:
1 - Shave his mustache and make him stand in the corner
10 - He still doesn’t have an extension through 2056?!
On to Minnesota! #HornsUp