By Terence Monroe of the Forum
St. Louis has three major sports teams to call their own, the Cardinals, the Rams and the St. Louis Blues. All of the teams have been around for a while and they all have had some success at one point or another. But recently the success level for the Rams and Blues has been subpar and fans in the area have had to weather the frustrating storm of losing seasons and missed opportunities. It’s possible that fans have something to get excited about and something to look forward to. The Cardinals aren’t the only St. Louis team playing competitive ball. All of the teams are becoming relevant again.
One of teams in St. Louis that need to take notes from the Cardinals on how to win is the Rams. The Rams have won 15 games in the last five years and have not been to the playoffs since 2003. The St. Louis football team has been cycling through coaches like a baseball game cycles through baseballs, each coach failing to do what the fans have been so desperately wanting, and that’s to win. With new coach Jeff Fisher, the Rams are no longer a team searching for an identity. They are a team searching for victories. The Rams are motivated by all the games lost in the past and the trials and tribulations that come with losing. This team is clearly on the rise and they aren’t the only ones.
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