“We had two really good periods,” Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said. “I thought they worked well together … now we’ll back down and focus a little bit on the Packers.”
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Fisher also mentioned cornerbacks
“I feel pretty good,” Jenkins said. “I’m just leaving it up to Coach Fisher’s hands.”
The Rams do plan to review some tape ahead of Saturday’s game, but Fisher wants the team to focus completing install first.
“You want them to be familiar, so we’ll look at last week’s game and maybe something from last year,” Fisher stated. “Other than that, we’re just going to do the same thing we’re doing out here.”
All in all, Fisher hopes to see the team correct simple miscues from last week’s loss against the New Orleans Saints.
“We’ve got to get the penalties down,” Fisher asserted. “We’ve got to tackle better on defense … we’d like to see some young guys step forward and show some improvement. They know what to expect, so go out and compete and execute. We need execution from the bottom half of our roster.”
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“All indications are right now that Demetrius is going to be okay, which is encouraging,” Fisher said.
“He’s our running back,” Fisher said. “He’s playing really well without the ball. That’s the thing he wanted to work on this camp and so far he’s done it.”
- Jenkins smiled from ear-to-ear when asked about the opportunity to play more press coverage under Gregg Williams this season.
“I love it,” Jenkins said. “I get my hands on them fast. I know I’ve got