Don't look now, but Rams head coach Jeff Fisher is quickly changing the football culture in St. Louis.
With a 31-28 victory against rookie sensation Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins on Sunday, the Rams registered their first win since last November. The Rams, who could easily be 2-0, are already halfway to last season's win total.
The on-field personnel looks drastically different from the injury-ridden team of 2011. Quarterback Sam Bradford is back to full strength, as is his go-to target Danny Amendola, who played only one game last season. The Rams have also added lockdown cornerback Cortland Finnegan to aid an improved defensive unit.
However, arguably no one is more responsible for the upgraded Rams squad than Fisher. Appearing in his 21st season as a head coach, Fisher brings a new mindset to a team that was 9-23 in their previous two seasons.
Here are three ways Fisher improves the Rams in 2012.