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Random Ramsdom 10/24: Four Interceptions, Three Straight Losses, Two Quarterbacks, and One Bad Head Coach

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The Rams were unable to overcome four Case Keenum INT’s on Sunday, and dropped a third straight game as a result. Is it time to start Goff? Jeff Fisher says no.

Los Angeles Rams v New York Giants Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Rams Drop Third Straight, Giants Win 17-10 | Rams’ Official Site

Though the Rams got off to a fast start on offense and defense, Los Angeles’ four interceptions proved too much to overcome, as the Giants came away with a 17-10 victory. The Rams have now lost three games in a row to fall to 3-4 on the season.

Keenum’s Four INT’s Lead to Rams’ Third Straight Loss | ESPN

It was a beautiful first quarter, followed by three dreadful ones.

Fisher Wants to Stick With Keenum Despite 3-4 Record | ESPN

Case Keenum threw four interceptions in the Los Angeles Rams’ third straight loss on Sunday, a 17-10 defeat at the hands of the New York Giants, but head coach Jeff Fisher said he is not ready to start No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff.

Keenum’s Interceptions Not All His Fault (VIDEO) | ESPN

The NFL Countdown crew (Trent Dilfer & Randy Moss) breaks down Case Keenum’s four interception performance and how much blame should be placed on Keenum

Fisher Says Blame Receivers for Interceptions, Not Keenum | O.C. Register

As far as Case Keenum was concerned, the four interceptions he threw Sunday against the New York Giants were his fault.

Sticking with Fisher - and Keenum - Isn’t the Answer | O.C. Register

Jeff Fisher stood in front of reporters after another lost afternoon, another slew of mistakes and blown assignments and miscommunication and penalties and turnovers.

QB Controversy Talk Riles After Rams Fall Again | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The Rams went a long way to do a little on Sunday.

Rams Cornerbacks Get Kudos Despite Loss | L.A. Times

Rams cornerbacks went into Sunday’s game against the New York Giants on the defensive.

CB’s Have Strong Effort Against Giants’ Passing Game | O.C. Register

The Rams’ search for positives, in what figures to be a soul-searching bye week, likely will be exhaustive, but the team can look with pride at its improved effort at cornerback.

Quinn Returns From Injury, Helps Out With Presence | L.A. Times

Defensive end Robert Quinn returned from a shoulder injury and started in the Rams’ 17-10 loss to the New York Giants on Sundayt at Twickenham Stadium.

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