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BALTIMORE, MD - NOVEMBER 22: Running back Todd Gurley #30 of the St. Louis Rams celebrates after scoring a first quarter touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens with wide receiver Kenny Britt #18 of the St. Louis Rams and head coach Jeff Fisher of the St. Louis Rams at M&T Bank Stadium on November 22, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Since the last L.A. Rams 2.0 Show was recorded, the Rams have egregiously lost two more games and one head coach – so co-hosts Os Davis and Tony Hunter (formerly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Buffalo Bills and the Los Angeles Rams) have lots to discuss.

With the Rams all but mathematically eliminated from this year’s playoffs (they ain’t gonna make the playoffs), probably the most imagination-capturing stuff going on is the guessing game, as in Who Will Be The Next Rams Head Coach? Tony and Os both have their pet theories, though neither seems exceptionally likely, given the current state of the team.

Additionally, Tony attempts to explain what the backstage drama might be like in La La Land, as the hapless Rams are now forced to play out the string of yet another lost season…

In actuality, this episode of the L.A. Rams 2.0 Show is far more chipper than this writeup makes it seem. You can’t keep a good optimist (Tony) done for long, after all, and on Sunday we get the certainly beatable San Francisco 49ers.

Check out episode 12 of the L.A. Rams 2.0 Show with hosts Tony Hunter and Os Davis right here, download with Spreaker or Stitcher, and/or subscribe via iTunes.

(Theme music: “Rare Bird” by Tab & Anitek, remixed with sample from HBO’s “Hard Knocks” and a cameo appearance from our president-elect. Used with Attribution Noncommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.)

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Listen to “L.A. Rams 2.0 Weekly Show w/Tony Hunter: You’re fired!” on Spreaker.

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Os Davis has been a sportswriter for [redacted] years, covering and enjoying way too much pro football (American and Canadian), basketball (NBA and international), World Cup soccer and cricket in turn. Basically, if it's a ball game and Os has a forum, he'll write about it. Os is of the opinion that advanced stastical metrics are awesome, that the addition of offensive lines to fantasy football is absolutely necessary and that the Los Angeles Lakers shall rise again. He is firmly against price-gouging of fans, Americans pooh-poohing CFL football and that @#@#$@#$ing Washington football team's name. Os currently appears on way too many podcasts, co-hosting the Rouge, White & Blue Fantasy Football Podcast, The Truth About Fantasy Football Podcast, the CFL Weekly Pick 'Em Show and the L.A. Rams 2.0 Weekly Show -- plus often the NFL Weekly Pick 'Em Show.