ST. LOUIS — A stubborn insistence to avoid making any big changes to his rebuilding project ensures Jeff Fisher must make progress in 2015.The Rams made Frank Cignetti’s promotion from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator official Friday, confirming their offense won’t look significantly different next fall. But if results don’t improve for a group that failed to crack the top 20 in yards or points per game in Fisher’s first three seasons, he’ll likely be searching for a new place to coach next year.”Continuity, stability is very, very important to me and the organization,” Fisher says. “The same system for Sam (Bradford). The same system for the rest of his teammates was very, very important and it was about how we get better.”It’s hardly a new message from Fisher, who has often made in-house hires throughout his accomplished career. Even as West Coast and spread offenses have gained popularity, Fisher has never shown any desire to stray far from a strong rushing attack and emphasis on play-action passing.Cignetti fits conveniently into that model and it’s unlikely any big names were especially interested in the St. Louis job anyway, considering the team’s recent struggles along with an uncertain quarterback situation. But… Read full this story
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