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Whats the poop with Lovie???
Can we loose this guy after this year?? I do believe he is going to be a hot ticket after this year to be a head coach. Is there anything holding him back??
God I hope not we are moving the right direction defensivly and it would suck to have the rug pulled out.
i'm sure he'll get a head coaching job, but probably not next year. His name may be thrown around a bit, but it would be tough to do that kind of jump, just my thoughts, but we'll see i guess.DJRamFan
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I think Lovie came to the Rams with the primary goal of going to the Superbowl. If the team does not make it this year, I think he will stay at least another year.
Even if the team does win it all this year, it would be amazing if Lovie went from linebackers’ coach to head coach in 2 years.
I really, really, REALLY hope that Lovie stays with the Rams for a long time. Unfortunately, I think his tenure with the Rams is limited.
:upset:The Spartan General-King Leonidas shouted "Molon Labe" to the Persian King Xerxes, when Xerxes offered to spare the lives of Leonidas, and his people if they would lay down their arms. The phrase literally means, "Come and get them"... At the time, the Persian army outnumbered the Spartans 600,000 to 300, or 2,000-1.
We've got enough to worry about just getting the Rams back to the Super Bowl. Could we fret about this after the season is over? I have enough stress as it is.:rolleyes:MsWistRAM-Hope, not expectation.
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