Jeff Fisher Takes Blame for Rams Woes, then Makes Excuse

Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher took blame for the team’s woes this season, but then went on to make an excuse.

Just when Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher placed blame on  himself for the team’s lackluster season, he couldn’t stop himself from making an excuse.

During his Monday press conference, Fisher made it clear that the team’s 4-7 record is on him, which is an obvious assessment of the situation in Los Angeles considering he built this failing team:

In true Fisher fashion, the head coach then went on to use the team’s moving to L.A. as an excuse for not getting the job done:

The OC Register’s Rich Hammond summed up Fisher’s presser perfectly:

Fisher’s excuses have grown excruciatingly old and unbearable at this point. His welcome has been worn out for a few seasons now and there is no excuse for owner Stan Kroenke allowing Fisher to keep his job after four losing seasons, let alone after what is looking like a fifth in 2016.

With the news that Eric Dickerson was banned, things have officially spiraled out of control in Los Angeles. There might not have been a less ideal scenario than what has transpired this season for the Rams.

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