Should the Los Angeles Rams Consider Moving on from Jeff Fisher?

Changes could be coming to Jeff Fisher's offensive staff as the Rams finished last in the NFL in yards per game. AP Photo/Matt Ludtke

Stan Kroenke got his wish as the NFL owners voted for the Rams to leave St. Louis and relocate to Los Angeles. With the Rams starting their 2016 season in a new home, it is time for a new coach to lead this organization.

The Los Angeles Rams have great talent including running back Todd Gurley, defensive tackle Aaron Donald and defensive end Robert Quinn. The Rams need some help at the quarterback position with the struggles of Nick Foles and Case Keenum, but the Rams have plenty of talent to work with.

Head coach Jeff Fisher has not been able to lead them to a record better than 7-8-1. With the team getting a fresh start in a new city, they need a fresh start at head coach as well.

Jeff Fisher’s records as the Rams coach are 7-8-1, 7-9, 6-10 and 7-9 in 2014. Fisher has never finished better than 3rd in the NFC West in his four seasons with the Rams. “I’ve been doing this for probably short of 20 years, and I’ve never gone into a game or into a season worried about my job security,” stated Fisher.

With the tremendous amount of NFL head coaches that have such short tenures, the Rams are in prime position to make a change at head coach with Fisher not leading the team to .500 records. The Rams need a big time head coach to lead the team back into the prestigious city of Los Angeles.

Fisher stated “My responsibility is to say, ‘Hey, I’m gonna get this thing fixed,” in regards to the teams struggles. The NFL is a results business, but if the results do not start to show soon, the Los Angeles Rams will be making a head coaching change in the near future.

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