Jeff Fisher thinks he beat his old team to draft Lamarcus Joyner

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  1. dtm586

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    Ha very true but he is all we've got and known. Delete memories of him and the franchise is left with Jerry Glanville and Jack Pardee ...
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  2. JR1980

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    I never hated Jeff, just knew it was time to move on. He will fail in St. Louis due to his normal patterns we know so well, and naturally, Sam Bradford. That division is straight filthy too.....
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  3. dtm586

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    He sure does love solid defensive lines though and Rams probably have the best in the league -
    Better on paper than those Lions teams have had as of late. But yeah vanilla plays, heavy running while focusing on stopping the run - all these ideas and philosophies seem old and outdated considering the league is exclusively - Pass 1st and Pass often.
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  4. nbtoppers2

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    seriously? what was he going to say? "yep, Locker can't last 4 games we gotta find a kid that can." we didn't get carr, so we waited on a low risk-high reward Mett.
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  5. RollTide

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    Trading up to get a 5'8 Cb with a horrible cone time was dumb. They were also dumb drafting a 285 lb Dt that high. I'll stick to my guns by saying that Hageman and Tuitt will be the 2 best D-linemen in this draft after Clowney.
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  6. RollTide

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    Fisher's ram teams have not been run heavy.

    The seahawks and 49ers are. So they are dumb right?
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  7. RollTide

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    FYI the rams were 22nd and 17th the last 2 years in rush attempts so they have not been run heavy at all. So keep posting that.

    Not a Fisher lover or hater but who has been his starting QBs in his last 6-7 years as a head coach? He had Kellen Clemens for 9 starts last year. For 5 seasons he had VY and Kerry Collins. In 2005 a past his prime Mcnair.

    More reason for the Rams to draft Carr early in the 2nd rd. They should have done what they could to get him with the 34th or 35th pick.
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  8. LosingBy3

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    Boy, Fish is bitter ain't he? I guess going to coach the rams was also in his revenge agenda too? Just because they beat us in the super bowl all those years ago?

    He needs to take a prozac or something, and chill the hell out, because he's not getting anywhere in the NFC west, considering the other three teams are way ahead of him in terms of skill and general play making. I hope he enjoys the rest of his .500 career.
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  9. RollTide

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    The Rams will be better this year than the Cardinals. The cardinals are one of the most overrated teams in the league. People assume they will win the same games they did last year but they won't. They won't beat the Seahawks in Seattle this year and for at least 50% of their games they will face a team with a better QB then their own.

    That said i think the rams drafted stupid after their initial pick. Robinson was a great pick but i don't like Donald or Joyner were they drafted them and they had the opportunity to get a top QB and didn't.
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  10. dtm586

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    Lol no but that response was ....
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