STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
It didn't take long for the Steve Spagnuolo bandwagon to come to a screeching halt in front of new owner Stan Kroenke. After the Rams managed a respectable 7-9 record in 2010, the club bombed in 2011 and Spagnuolo found himself out of a job. In Spagnuolo's defense, losing 10 defensive backs, most of the offensive line and most of the receiving corps to the IR didn't exactly leave him with the tools to get the job done. However, the NFL is about winning – something the club did only 10 times under Spagnuolo – and Kroenke does not accept failure. The result? A full front office housecleaning, and the start of the Jeff Fisher era in St. Louis.
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