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Random Ramsdom 10/31: Halloween News and Notes for the Los Angeles Rams

Jared Goff is dressing up as a starting QB for Halloween!

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Rams at the Break: What’s Working, What’s Not? | O.C. Register

Rich Hammond takes a look at what the Rams have clicking, and what’s been holding them back through the first 8 weeks of the season.

Rams Getting Goff Ready |

With Week 8 of the NFL season upon us, NFL Media’s network of reporters gets you up to speed with the hottest news and notes from across the league

Rams Take Next Steps Towards Turning the Offense Over to Goff | Yahoo! Sports

This season hasn’t been the customary trajectory for a quarterback taken with the No. 1 overall pick.

Coaching Staff Still Prefers Mannion Over Goff, Big Changes Coming | Rams Wire

From all recent reports, fans might be getting exactly what they’ve been wishing for very soon on multiple levels — even if it isn’t what the coaching staff wants.

Who Should Start at QB for the Rams? | O.C. Register

It’s been more than six months since Jared Goff strode across the stage and became the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, and Goff has yet to take a regular-season snap for the Rams.

Goff Isn’t Winning Over the Right People in L.A. | L.A. Sports Hub

We blame Jeff Fisher for not putting Jared Goff in already, but maybe it’s not his fault after all.

Five Reasons Rams Should Start Goff Over Keenum | Fansided

The Los Angeles Rams took Jared Goff first overall in the 2016 NFL draft but he has yet to see the field. Now, after a 3-4 start to the season, it’s time to hand the ball over to him.

Rams Are Close to the Tipping Point with Goff | Today’s Pigskin

Much was made of Jeff Fisher’s unequivocal support of Case Keenum even after the journeyman’s four-interception performance in London against the New York Giants.

Rams Remain Dear For Mike Martz | Columbia Daily-Tribune

There’s something poetic about Mike Martz, master of disguise, blending into the background. The coach who drew up all those elaborate offenses, fooled so many NFL defenses, now lives on a suburban cul-de-sac on a hillside that overlooks Sea World.

What NFC Teams Need at the Trade Deadline | USA Today

The NFL trade deadline never quite stirs up the interest seen at that time of year in other professional sports. So AP reporters took on the role of general manager to offer thoughts on what each club’s most pressing need is.

Why is Mediocre Fisher Still Coaching in the NFL? | Charleston Gazette-Mail

Jeff Fisher is tied for 11th, with Bill Parcells, for career victories among NFL head coaches. Tied for 11th! That is a lot of victories.

But among the 20 coaches with the most victories in NFL history, Fisher has the lowest winning percentage (.518).

Fisher’s Job Depends on Strong Finish | O.C. Register

With the HBO “Hard Knocks” cameras rolling and the ears of Rams fans and NFL fans certain to be listening, Jeff Fisher boldly bet on himself and his team last August. “I am not (expletive) going 7-9 or 8-8 or 9-7, OK?,” Fisher declared during a team meeting.

But he wasn’t done.

Who Is At Fault For Rams’ Offensive Struggles? | Sports Quotient

Analysts blame Keenan for the Rams struggles, Jeff Fisher blames the wide receivers. Is either side right?

At 3-4, Is It Time for the Rams to Panic? | End Zone Score

The Los Angeles Rams have fallen to 3-4 and for many it seems as though the season has already been lost. The questions is, is it?

5 NFL Things Crazier Than the Rams Not Starting Goff | NFL Spin Zone

Conventional wisdom states that you play Jared Goff after you took him with the first-overall pick, but don’t tell that to Jeff Fisher and the Los Angeles Rams.