I mentioned I had total disdain for the Denver Broncos. Another team I don’t like, even though they’re not in my team’s division or conference, is the St. Louis Rams.
The Rams go gunning for other team’s players.
I saw a couple of hits Buccaneers player took, including Jameis Winston getting roughed up and shoved around IN FRONT OF AN OFFICIAL and it’s clear: Gregg Williams and Jeff Fisher have their defensive players gunning for other teams players. I’m not the only one to say that, either. Mike Zimmer called out Jeff Fisher for his team’s dirty play. Rodney Harrison, an expert on dirty play provided this bit of insight when he played against one of Fisher’s teams , tweeting after the Rams KOed Teddy Bridgewater:
“typical of Jeff Fisher type teams.”
After this dirty hit by the Rams on Odell Beckham Jr., all hell broke loose:
Still, Beckham finished the game with eight receptions, 148 receiving yards and two touchdowns despite the shots he took from the Gregg Williams-led defense. Shots Giants safety Antrel Rolle believed were intended “to take Beckham out of the game.” Giants linebacker Jameel McClain referred to Fisher’s Rams in this manner:
“God damn that is a dirty ass team. They suck as an organization”
Ha, ha. The Rams are probably going to win tonight. It still doesn’t make them a good organization, or a good team. It’s NOT a good organization, they haven’t had a winning season in over a decade. Dirty play like that eventually comes back upon the team. The Rams haven’t been good in a long time. With Fisher and Williams running that show, two things aren’t going to change: The Rams aren’t going to win very much, and they are going to play football on the edge. Not so surprisingly, Fisher is on the league’s Competition Committee, leaving officials reluctant to enforce the rules against his team.