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    ESPN puts foot in mouth again--John Clayton

    Wouldn't you think Clayton would know the difference in Kevin and Andre

    CHEW'EM UP AVENGER :-)

    John Clayton on Rams/Titans"


    Tennesse at St. Louis:
    This game brings back memories of a Super Bowl past. How can anyone forget Steve McNair and the Titans' frantic comeback in Super Bowl XXXIV? Tennessee came up just short when Andre Dyson was tackled by linebacker Mike Jones. Well, the Titans are a long way from thinking about Super Bowls. They have the NFL's youngest roster and can expect to have an up-and-down season. This is the Rams' first home game. They are 1-1 and still stinging from their embarrassing opening loss to the *****. But at home, the Rams have extra energy, which should get their offense going. At home, their pace intensifies. They came out of their two-game road trip averaging 21 points a game, but their plan is to average 30 a game at home. The Titans' challenge is figuring out how the Rams plan to use running back Steven Jackson. Jackson is a lock to average 5 yards a carry, and Mike Martz is calling his number 18 or 19 times a game. If the Titans gang up to stop him -- which they might -- quarterback Marc Bulger could pick them apart.


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    Re: ESPN puts foot in mouth again--John Clayton

    The Titans' challenge is figuring out how the Rams plan to use running back Steven Jackson. Jackson is a lock to average 5 yards a carry, and Mike Martz is calling his number 18 or 19 times a game. If the Titans gang up to stop him -- which they might -- quarterback Marc Bulger could pick them apart.
    You got that right. Hopefully the O line will be solid at home. :clanram:
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    Re: ESPN puts foot in mouth again--John Clayton

    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith
    Wouldn't you think Clayton would know the difference in Kevin and Andre

    CHEW'EM UP AVENGER :-)

    John Clayton on Rams/Titans"


    Tennesse at St. Louis:
    This game brings back memories of a Super Bowl past. How can anyone forget Steve McNair and the Titans' frantic comeback in Super Bowl XXXIV? Tennessee came up just short when Andre Dyson was tackled by linebacker Mike Jones. Well, the Titans are a long way from thinking about Super Bowls. They have the NFL's youngest roster and can expect to have an up-and-down season. This is the Rams' first home game. They are 1-1 and still stinging from their embarrassing opening loss to the *****. But at home, the Rams have extra energy, which should get their offense going. At home, their pace intensifies. They came out of their two-game road trip averaging 21 points a game, but their plan is to average 30 a game at home. The Titans' challenge is figuring out how the Rams plan to use running back Steven Jackson. Jackson is a lock to average 5 yards a carry, and Mike Martz is calling his number 18 or 19 times a game. If the Titans gang up to stop him -- which they might -- quarterback Marc Bulger could pick them apart.
    Well, at least he got the rest of the article right. It's good to see Clayton is also still optimistic of the Rams. I'll take him over Salisbury Steakbrain any day.

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