St. Louis Rams wide receiver Chris Givens (13) points to the fans after the Rams 19-13 victory against the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome. Mandatory Credit: Scott Kane-US PRESSWIRE
(Inside the Huddle) -- This is the third game this season for the Rams that has come down to the final minute. Detroit scored with 10 seconds remaining to win the opener, but the Rams outlasted Washington and Seattle at home. Even in a 23-6 loss to the Bears, the score was 10-6 entering the fourth quarter.
Asked if the game against the Seahawks is the way he wants games to go, Fisher smiled and said, "No, I'd much rather win them by 21 or 28, but that's just not the case. That's a really good football team - short week, travel, emotional game last Monday night. It's hard to get up, not that they were flat, they're very talented. I was especially pleased with our offensive line. We saw what they did in the first half last week and I thought our guys hung in there. We had some negative plays, yes, but you're going to against a defense like that."