Hi, did you stay up to watch the late Monday Night Football game?
The Los Angeles Rams started their season off with a robust fart noise Monday night, as the rebuilding San Francisco 49ers shut them out in Santa Clara, 28-0.
The preseason is over now, and if you didn’t get a chance to catch any of first overall pick Jared Goff, you may have to wait around a while.
Nick Foles was waived by the Rams two weeks ago, bringing a fitting end to the legendary Foles-Sam Bradford trade that brought joy to literally no one. Hard Knocks, which is following the Los Angeles Rams this preseason, was in coach Jeff Fisher’s office for the phone call.
There are plenty of conspiracy theories surrounding the Rams’ selection of Michael Sam in the 2014 draft, all centering around the NFL’s desire to avoid the PR of watching the league’s first openly gay prospect go undrafted. But this is a new one.
The most impactful decision in tonight's heinously boring Thursday Night Football contest between St. Louis and Arizona came with 6:10 left in the game. St. Louis, down 12-3, had 4th and goal on Arizona's 1-yard-line. In a situation where the Rams needed both a touchdown and a field goal to win, Jeff Fisher opted to…
The Rams shut out the 'Skins 24-0 today, but St. Louis head coach Jeff Fisher punked Washington before the game even started.
Let's take the time to praise the enormous stones on the Rams' coaching staff for calling two of the most exciting and least anticipated trick plays of the season: a fake punt and, before that, a fake punt return. Each played a huge part in St. Louis's upset win over Seattle.
With St. Louis driving into Detroit territory late in a tie game, a broken play on second down saw Rams QB Sam Bradford scramble to the right side. With Detroit down to their final timeout, Bradford smartly slid rather than run out of bounds, to keep the clock going. There was 2:38 left, so the Rams could just run…
Jeff Fisher, he of that popped collar and tied sweater, has the Rams' reins and he's not relinquishing them. In fact, he's already gotten started on doing some fantastically stupid things:
Reader John sends in a photo, taken with Jeff Fisher "at a bar in Florida this summer," where Fisher was reportedly pounding beers like a champ. Good for him: turning around these Rams won't be so casual.
Right after the Tennessee Titans confirmed, via one-sentence press release, that it had parted ways with coach Jeff Fisher after 16 seasons, the news seemed to surprise Bud Adams. When a reporter from The Tennessean called, he said ...
Someone named "Woody" called into our old friend Clay Travis's show, blasting Jeff Fisher and hoping he's done in Tennessee. Then someone else pointed out that it sounded an awful lot like malcontent receiver Randy Moss. Very interesting.
Remember in the summer of 2009 when VY was all ballsy and told Esquire that he'd be the next "next black quarterback to win a Super Bowl" And "be in the Hall of Fame"? Probably not with the Titans.
Paranoia swept the blogosphere this morning, as word spread like wildfire that ESPN had told the Jaguars and Titans to use their timeouts at the end of a blowout to get more commercial breaks. Great story. Too bad it's not true.
The Tennessee Titans filed a lawsuit against USC and Lane Kiffin on Monday after the Trojans hired away former Titans running backs coach Kennedy Pola. Clay Travis sifts through the legalese and tells you everything you need to know. [FanHouse]
USC is set to hire Tennessee Titans running backs coach Kennedy Pola to serve as offensive coordinator under coach Lane Kiffin, causing Titans coach — and USC alum — Jeff Fisher to question the professionalism of the Trojans' head man.
"Typically speaking ... there is a courtesy call made from the head coach or…
Brett Favre learned everything he knows about playing wide receiver from an instructional book written in an obsolete vernacular. And for some reason Jeff Fisher decided to make his arrival at Friday's practice via parachute. Both teams have added field goals since we last checked in, making the score 13-3 in favor of…