Rams Hope to Put Turmoil Aside on Thursday | L.A. Times
Talk about a cold business. Three days after their coach was fired — and four days after suffering a humiliating defeat in front of booing home fans — the Rams will play Thursday night in 30-degree temperatures against a perennial playoff team on a mission to secure a first-round postseason bye.
Short week, on the road, in the game’s most hostile environment, just after letting go of your head coach. This is the Los Angeles Rams’ reality.
The Los Angeles Rams had essentially moved on by Tuesday afternoon, with more than 24 hours separating them from the firing of Jeff Fisher.
Rams Must Shift Focus Quickly After Fisher’s Firing | CBS Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Rams barely had time to process the news that head coach Jeff Fisher was being fired before starting preparations to play the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday night.
Fisher’s Firing is Latest Bump in Goff’s Turbulent Rookie Season | O.C. Regsiter
First, the Rams surrounded Jared Goff’s career in bubble wrap and carefully placed it on a shelf for a couple months. Now, they’ve unwrapped it and are about to dangle it over a snake pit.
One of the central questions in regard to the Los Angeles Rams’ firing of Jeff Fisher is how coaching turnover could stunt Jared Goff’s growth.
The date and crowd count from the first Los Angeles Rams game Al Michaels attended are etched in the broadcaster’s brain like his wedding anniversary and Social Security number.
Josh McDaniels recently voiced his interest in becoming an NFL head coach again – even in New England – but that doesn’t mean a mid-season vacancy would deter him from focusing on the Patriots.