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Thread: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

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    Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    Sam went 12/16 for 117 yards and 3 TDs AND NO INTS as the Rams blow past the Texans 38-13.
    Zak Stacy busts out 79 yards on 18 carries. Funny how we win when we have a running game.
    But the big story is that our defense showed up to play for 35 plus minutes in a bend all over the place, but don't break. They stole 4 tunovers to include a 98 yard pick 6 by Alex Ogletree.
    Even Special teams showed up to play with a fumble recovery for TD.


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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    I'm curious. Why would you be looking to place blame in a WIN???

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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    Gotta love how we responded today. We had the lead and kept it...big time. So proud!! I, for one, could get used to winning more consistently Sam really looked like the QB I've been wanting him to be today...I wanna see more! I was watching last year's tape a little bit, specifically the D, and I thought to myself, I wish I could feel comfortable and confident in my D the way I was last year. I felt that confidence again, it was great. I hope we can continue that trend. We looked dominant in all phases. Of course, we want to limit the yardage from RBs, and so on and so forth, but offense, defense and special teams made plays today, they won as a team. They looked good doing it too.
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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    Sammy is going to get even more comfortable if his receivers stop dropping balls, especially 70 yard td's that hit them right in the hands!

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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    No you can't because he played the way we expect him too. That hasn't always been the case.
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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    Anybody miss Finnegan? I wanna think he's an upgrade, but at the same time, ever since he's been out the D has seemed to improve...I haven't seen all the games so I could be wrong. I just don't want to screw up a good thing going...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Varg6 View Post
    Anybody miss Finnegan? I wanna think he's an upgrade, but at the same time, ever since he's been out the D has seemed to improve...I haven't seen all the games so I could be wrong. I just don't want to screw up a good thing going...
    Finnegan can be a solid contributor as a nickel player. I feel like Johnson is in front of him...

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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    Bradford would have been so so close to a perfect 158.3 rating if Givens caught that long ball.
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    Re: Can't blame this one on Sam Bradford.

    Quote Originally Posted by Varg6 View Post
    Anybody miss Finnegan? I wanna think he's an upgrade, but at the same time, ever since he's been out the D has seemed to improve...I haven't seen all the games so I could be wrong. I just don't want to screw up a good thing going...
    I think this also coincides with Dunbar coming back.


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