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Rams begin practice in London aware of challenges ahead

Rams coach Jeff Fisher has often stressed the importance of a quick emotional turnaround.

Dwell on the result of a game for a day, then move on.

And while the Los Angeles Rams had to endure a seven-hour flight after a 31-28 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday, coping with the outcome didn't last much longer.

"That 24-hour rule is serious," left tackle Rodger Saffold said. "For us, we moved eight hours ahead, so our 24-hour rule was a lot shorter."

Avoiding any type of panic could be fortunate for the Rams (3-3), who dropped their past two games after winning three of their first four for the first time since 2006.

As they regrouped on...