LA Rams, Jeff Fisher Ban Eric Dickerson From Sideline Cause He Said The Team Sucks


Eric Dickerson, the most important player in Los Angeles Rams franchise history, had an opinion about his former team that likely aligns with every single person’s on planet Earth. The Rams suck.

“Here is L.A., we have a defensive-minded coach, and we have an offense that is boring as hell,” said Dickerson. “They throw outs, they throw check-downs, they spread the field every once in a while.”

“Then we have a quarterbacks coach – no offense – a quarterbacks coach, Chris Weinke, that’s coaching our No. 1 pick, that we traded all these draft picks for,” Dickerson said. “Show me the proof, show me what you’ve done, show me your history. What history do you have working with quarterbacks (and) developing quarterbacks?

“Then I could believe, and I just believe that they don’t have the right coaches and that’s what it comes down to: the coaching of a quarterback. You can’t just throw a quarterback out there and expect him to play well.”

Those comment have caused the Rams to ban Dickerson from the Rams’ sideline during games. The Hall of Fame running back allegedly denied sideline passes to the Rams vs Jets game this past Sunday after he asked the team.

“Someone with the Rams told me I’m not wanted on sidelines at games, that what I’ve said makes the players uncomfortable.”

Dickerson noted the Rams official told him his honesty was making players uncomfortable.

TMZ has the audio of Dickerson speaking about the matter:


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