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Random Ramsdom 10/9: Jeff Fisher Not Worried About Job Security As Rams Turn Focus to Jets

Jeff Fisher doesn’t care for your questions about his job security, nor your questions about Jared Goff potentially starting. He’s comfy.

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Rams’ Midseason Grade: Mediocrity Remains the Staple | ESPN

Here's a look at the first half of the season for the Los Angeles Rams (3-5) and a preview for what to expect in the second half

Jeff Fisher on Future: “I’m Not Uncomfortable” | ESPN

The midway point of the season has come and gone, and Jeff Fisher's status as the Rams coach remains unresolved.

Scouting the Opponent: L.A. Rams | New York Jets’ Official Site

In the Rams’ first year back in Los Angeles, head coach Jeff Fisher & Co. have compiled a 3-5 record entering Week 10. The Rams are anchored by their No. 8 ranked defense, a unit that has surrendered just 30 points combined in their last two games. After a 3-1 start, the Rams have lost four consecutive contests.

NY Offense Plays Respectable Rams Defense in Week 10 | CBS NY

Following a heartbreaking loss to Miami, the New York Jets return home and will have a great opportunity to get back on track as they face the Los Angeles Rams in Week 10 of the 2016 NFL season.

Ryan Fitzpatrick Thinks He’ll Play Against Rams |

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who sprained his left MCL in last week's loss at Miami, believes he will be healthy enough to play Sunday against the Rams, according to ESPN's Ed Werder, who cited a league source.

NFC West Report, Week 9: L.A. Rams | Niners Nation

The Los Angeles Rams lost Sunday, virtually dropping out of playoff contention. According to FiveThirtyEight, 33 percent of teams starting 4-4 make the playoffs, as opposed to 7 percent of 3-5 teams.

Gurley’s Touches Need to “Increase Significantly” | ESPN

The Los Angeles Rams' last two losses have been a product of an ineffective offense. For reasons, look no further than this: Case Keenum has attempted a whopping 99 passes, while Todd Gurley has run the ball a mere 27 times.

Two Questionable Hits on Cam Newton Deemed Legal | ESPN

The NFL's preliminary review of two questionable hits by Los Angeles Rams defenders on Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton have determined that neither was clearly a violation of league rules, according to a league source.

Getting to Cam Newton, Case Keenum Goes Left-Handed | L.A. Times

Each week we take a look at what worked, what didn’t and what you might have missed. This week, we pay special attention to plays involving Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

Goff Almost Replaced Keenum Against Panthers | Rams Wire

Case Keenum is the Los Angeles Rams and will remain in that role against the New York Jets. But Jared Goff almost got his chance last week.

Fisher Standing Pat at Quarterback - For Now | O.C. Register

Not now. Maybe next week, or the week after. Or perhaps not.

Goff May Not Start Until Rams Are Eliminated | UPI

Despite the boos and in spite of fans chanting for Jared Goff on Sunday at the Coliseum, Rams coach Jeff Fisher is sticking to his guns.