The St. Louis Rams are heading full charge into the 2012 season through mini-camps and organized team activities, coming off a horrendous five-year record of 15-65. Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney are out. Jeff Fisher and Les Snead are in. Fans and media pundits expect vast improvement this upcoming season, and the new regime believes its plan to rebuild the team is ahead of schedule.
The St. Louis Rams made it very clear that they plan on going in a whole new direction, as they fired head coach Steve Spagnuolo and general manager Billy Devaney. Where could the new direction lay? Perhaps by hiring former Tennesse... Read Post
Without general manager Les Snead and head coach Jeff Fisher the St. Louis Rams franchise wouldn't have a prayer in a massive reconstruction project. The last time Billy Devaney and Steve Spagnuolo tried this same approach they stru... Read Post
The St. Louis Rams are an abysmal 15-65 over the last five seasons due in large part to poor offensive line play, poor wide receiver play and poor personnel moves. With Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney long gone, Jeff Fisher and Le... Read Post