On Sunday afternoon inside the energized Rams locker room, you couldn’t walk two paces without seeing a smiling face, hearing an energized voice or seeing some upbeat player, coach or front-office type trying to diplomatically unravel the little mystery that is no mystery at all:
Jim Haslett really is that good.
No one was in a dream world. They weren’t behaving like they were suddenly an invincible, arrogant juggernaut. The Rams are going to lose a football game, and they know it. But here’s what they said on and off the record: Never underestimate the value of the man who knows how to be in charge.