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-11-14-2004 #1akseahawkfan Guest
Good game. No excuses, Rams outplayed the Seahawks today.
Excuse me while I go drink myself into a coma.
You have my permission to do so. You guys tried....but our boys did outplay you all day long. You deserve a good 3-day drunk.
I like to think our Head Coach beat up on your "Head Coach"
cheers ak, nice win
-11-14-2004 #5dfarrar777 Guest
Re: CongratulationsI like to think our Head Coach beat up on your "Head Coach"
Thank you, AK. Your sportsmanship is welcomed -- not saying it just because we won.
Exciting, great, hard-fought game! We woke up too...
-11-14-2004 #7bluengreen Guest
Congratulations, Rams. Martz had your team ready to play today, and we were completely unable to match it.
The majority of you Seahawks fans are great sports. Thanks for keeping it real! :mask:
Re: CongratulationsOriginally Posted by bluengreen"Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod
Even after the comeback game in Seattle, most of the Seahawk fans exhibited nothing less than CLASS!
Good luck but not too much :redface:
Socrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!
-11-15-2004 #11coy bacon Guest
I think we Ram's fans have a lot in common with the Hawk's fans. We both have had high hopes and maddening frustrations with our team's performances.
Also, I too think that of all the other team's fans that we've interacted with on the board, the Hawk's fans are the best. After reading their boards, I like the Hawks just cause of their fans. Of course I want to see them finish 2nd. But if we don't do it, I hope they do.
Yes, it was classy of AK to give us props, and it is respected. But, on the other hand, I came across his gem of a post that brings a smile to my face....
Read his article. Yes, I am gloating a little. Gotta love it. Defeat taste bitter, victory is sweet. Smell the rose and savor the flavor when you can.
Lets Gloat!Originally Posted by coy bacon
Yeah but, Martz is really angry now and he's going to turn the Rams around.
Look, the Rams are in total panic mode. They are shuffling the chairs on a sinking Titanic. Their offensive line will have new players starting in new positions. Their already sorry defense is suffering from injuries and they have gone out to get a Dolphin reject to play safety.
The Rams and the Seahawks are two teams heading in opposite directions. The Rams have lost two in a row, and the only reason why it wasn't three in a row is they had a bye week. The Seahawks on the other hand have gone through the adversity stage and have won two in a row. The Rams are still suffering injuries, and the Seahawks are getting healthy.
I won't even bother with all of the team stats and rankings. Suffice it to say that the Seahawks dominate them in every category.
So the ONLY thing that stands between the Seahawks and victory over the Rams is their simple belief that they are the better team. That's it. This is as much of a mismatch as the game last week against the whiners.
Before the season began I predicted that both the whiners and the lambs would be lucky to finish the year at 8-8. I also said that I wouldn't be surprised if the Cardinals ended up having a better record than either of those teams.
Folks. The Rams officially suck, and they will be dominated by the Seahawks on Sunday. That's not blind optimism. That's not being a homer. That's just looking at the facts and realizing that the Rams are no longer a premier team in this league.
So quit all of this hand wringing and worrying. There isn't going to be any miracle to save the Rams from themselves. Martz temper tantrum isn't going to help them stop Alexander or keep Bulger from throwing bad passes. The only question in any Seahawks mind about this game should be how big the spread will be. My guess is that it will be at least 14 pts with the Seahawks scoring 31 or more and the Rams scoring 17 or less.
Let's get our game faces on. We have a championship to win, and the next step is to eliminate the Rams this Sunday." Quote from Ak
I wonder if he works in the political field or in Vegas :tongue:
I will savor the flavor for the rest of the daySocrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!
-11-15-2004 #13coy bacon Guest
Re: Lets Gloat!
Ya know, if you follow Ak's entire thread ya gotta think that that boy should be in sales or politics... he'd either make a billion or rule the world. Damn fine rhetoric on his part.
Re: Lets Gloat!Originally Posted by coy bacon
Keep your fingers crossed for next week!
:ramlogo:Socrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!
Re: CongratulationsOriginally Posted by akseahawkfan
With as many drops as Seattle had, one could have been excused for thinking that Seattle had a Wednesday scrimmage where #34 was punishing Jackson and the rest. I wouldn't say out receivers outplayed yours as much as I would say your receivers didn't show up again.
ps: I'll trade one of our receivers for #34. Be good for both sides.
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