I thought about posting this on Monday, but figured fans could use a day to cool off a bit after the loss to the Buffalo Bills. Here's where we left off following the Rams victory in Arizona in Week 4.
Jeff Fisher had a couple of absolutely horrible challenges, but winning solves many problems and it certainly had him gaining favor with Rams fans after the big W. Week 5 marked the first time that the number of voters calling for an extension outweighed those wanting Fisher fired.
Fast forward a week and there are two more highly questionable calls from Fisher - sans the ever important W to use as a band-aid. In the fourth quarter - down 7 - he elected to kick a 22 yard field goal instead of try for a TD. That served no purpose. The Rams would still need a TD to win after the FG, but they never got the chance.
The fake punt was cute the first few years under Fisher, but it's just too damn predictable anymore. I'm perplexed as to why Fisher thinks going for a TD is more risky than a fake punt from your own 23 yard line.
Are these new supporters fair weather or will they stick through the ugliness that is Fisherball?