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Jeff Fisher says Rams players 'took it on themselves' to decide to bust through Lions' victory formation

Fisher says his team acted among themselves. The Los Angeles Rams raised a lot of eyebrows Sunday afternoon against the Detroit Lions. When the game was at its end and the Lions were in victory formation, the Rams defensive line slammed through the kneeldown. While Jeff Fisher took a lot of criticism for the incident at first, he apologized to Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, and said that his team acted on its own.
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