View Poll Results: How do the Rams finish?

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  • 3-0 No Stumbles

    27 81.82%
  • 2-1 Colts may outscore them

    6 18.18%
  • 1-2 Falcons and Colts somehow pull out W's (yeah, right)

    0 0%
  • 0-3 (UHHHH SHUT UP BEAVIS)

    0 0%
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    Talking How do the Rams finish

    How do the Rams finish out the year?


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    Another loss this year would not be a tragedy,but our defense is healing and I think we run the table.14-2 has a nice ring to it.




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  3. #3
    MsWistRAM Guest
    Home field advantage and come out on top all the way!

  4. #4
    Warner13 Guest

    Cool

    If the rams lost one more before the season and warner was playing then it would be bad, but if they put the backup in then it wouldnt be bad.
    GO RAMS!!

  5. #5
    DJRamFan Guest
    Depending which Payton shows up the indy game could be a barnburner, but I doubt it. Indy's D is atrocious and they won't have the "Edge," but they could still score a lot, our secondary has to be healthy and rock solid for this game.

    3-0

  6. #6
    Geert Guest
    We´ll win the last three, if the defense stay healthy and focused.
    Hopefully they´ll not be too careless against Carolina and Atlanta.
    I´ve seen such attitude too much in many professional sports.
    It´s allways that "Who are the Falcons?" thing. But the RAMS have still something to accomplish and HFA is a pretty good reason to playing on the normal level.

    Geert

  7. #7
    stlouy Guest

    Red face Don't laugh...Atlanta....

    COULD be our only loss if "Da Bears" do NOT run the table....Just like the Philly game in '99 when we had everything wrapped up.

    If Chi-town runs the table, we win all three, not resting our starters.

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    RMFN Guest
    COULD be our only loss if "Da Bears" do NOT run the table....Just like the Philly game in '99 when we had everything wrapped up.

    If Chi-town runs the table, we win all three, not resting our starters.


    That's what I was thinking! No losses if bears run the table but Atlanta does scare me too

  9. #9
    valerius Guest
    The Colts game will be the most embarassing game of the year... for the Colts! I think we have our first 50 point game this year against their alleged defense. It may well be Jim Mora's last game.

  10. #10
    sprtsmac Guest

    No Choice

    We have no choice; we have to go 3-0 and keep the pressure on the Bears. The Bears are a good team, but they are not in our league. If we go there it will be a close game because they will be very confident. They come to St. Loius....piece of cake with Warner doing the serving.

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