Considering the St. Louis Rams had a two-touchdown lead and lost by two TDs, coach Jeff Fisher found a lot to like in Monday's 31-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Fisher accentuated the positives heading to a short week and with the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks up next. He said he'd finished reviewing the defeat by Tuesday morning.

"There were some really, really outstanding individual efforts on some individual plays, so we have to take those positive and move forward," Fisher said. "We'll bounce back."

It's likely getting more difficult for the Rams (1-4), who are struggling to get wins.

They're 0-3 at home, also getting routed by Minnesota in the opener and blowing a three-TD lead against Dallas. They spotted the Eagles a 27-point cushion and nearly rallied for the win.


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