ST. LOUIS (AP) - Just over 16 hours after a 35-11 loss to San Francisco, St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher was finally able to come to grips with the setback.
Fisher angrily stormed out of Thursday's post-game news conference after just two questions. The 1-minute, 32-second briefing provided little insight into the team's dismal performance,
On Friday afternoon, after a night of sleep, Fisher was able to reflect on the sluggish effort that he called ``frustrating.''
Fisher's club has dropped the last two games by a combined 66-18, marking the second-worst consecutive defeats in his 19-year head coaching career. Under Fisher in 2009, the Tennessee Titans lost to Indianapolis 31-9 and New England 59-0 in Weeks 5 and 6.
St. Louis (1-3) hosts Jacksonville on Oct. 6.
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