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V6, you make a good / valid comparison point as Mike said (some of us are just pulling your leg).
I look forward to the Rams players seeing last year's Linehan's leadership situations as water under the bridge, thus renewing a will and a hunger to fight the good battle of a new season. Coach Saunders will be of great help in this respect, I think. A better D too.
Again, we'll surely see what our HC is made of. Soon. :bash:
Well, love the enthusiasm don't get me wrong but.....
Oh, I won't rain on the parade today. As Sean Connery said in Hunt for Red October: "Let them sing".
Ramblin Rams, yes of course! Thanks for the catch! What me type, what me mean, two different things! Uggg!
I think we can make the playoffs and Linehan still is done. If we have a dencent year, are the Rams going to sign him long term? I don't think so... We would look good to a coach like Bill Cowher, who is in the wings. We have Al as the OC, now get Cowher as the HC and DC.
If Cowher could take over a playoff team I think he might, now will Chip pay a big time head coach.
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Everyone here wanted Vermeil's head after his first two years and then he was a great coach after 99. Same thing with Coughlin, most of the NY fans hated him and wanted him gone, but I'm sure his stock has skyrocketed now. Linehan has made a ton of changes this offseason and it sounds like even training camp will change. If the Ram's suceed then he deserves as much credit as Vermeil did in turning the team around. If not, hopefully Saunders does better in 09