The St. Louis Rams have made a quarterback change before Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos. Austin Davis was the starting quarterback since week two against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Austin Davis had proven he could be good. He's been showing signs that he can be a great quarterback. Other times, like Sunday against the division rival the Arizona Cardinals he's been not so impressive. In that game he had two picks against the Cardinals in the fourth quarter as well as a fumble. Davis won't remain the backup the rest of the season possibility. The Rams are taking it game per game. If Shaun Hill doesn't produce well he'll likely remain be the backup.
Shaun Hill is a veteran. Not only is he a veteran but he's has the necessary experience. This is what the Rams need to put them back on the winning track. Shaun Hill once was a starter for the Detroit Lions in 2010 also in 2008 with the San Francisco 49ers.
“It’s never an easy decision when you make a change in the middle part of the season,” Fisher said, via the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “But we looked at things Monday night in lengthy discussions with the offensive staff and just felt that the best thing to do at this point moving forward was to lean on the experienced quarterback.”