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    How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    We have to stop the run....we have to stop the run......we have to stop the run at all costs. We want Grossman throwing the ball early and often.

    How do we accomplish that???


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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Play LL at MLB, Pisa and Will on the outsides and Wroten, Glover and Kennedy on the line with Green and stack the box with 8 guys.
    "There's only one way to succeed in anything, and that is to give it everything. I do, and I demand that my players do."
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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    The strength of the Bears is clearly their defense. We have to play sound fundamental offense. Minimal sacks and 0 turnovers.

    We have to play our defense to stop the running game of the Bears, period.

    Rex Grossman (QB) has thrown 17 int's this season. He averages 30 pass attempts per game with a completion percentage of 54%. His overall QB rating is 72. We need to have Rex throw the ball more thus increasing our odds of picking him off.

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Number one; Study the Arizona game film.

    Number two; Look at the film again.

    Number three; Tell Barron the snap count is one more than it actually is.

    Number four; Put everybody, and their mother, "in the box".

    Number five; Serve Urlacker some bad sushi the night before the game.

    Number six: pray
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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Offense:
    Run the Ball: Grind the ball down their throats and stop the pass rush.

    Pass teh Ball: Once we ruin the ball we throw the ball deep and attack the fact that the safeties are not very good.

    Defense:

    Stop the run and force grossman to pass the ball.

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    sounder tackling and having the ST prepared may go a long way in beating this beatable bears team...

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Bench Bulger so that he doesn't get killed and might be able to play another game

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Great idea Dr. D. Bench Bulger and start Fitzpatrick with max protection. Two TE's, ( Walker on one side and Goldman on the other) fullback & Jackson. Run the ball with a 65 to 35 run pass ratio. Fitzpatrick is much more mobile than Bulger and would have more time to hit big plays downfield rolling out of the pocket or scrambling if he had to. If we could get up by a score or two, the Bears will need to pass. Stack eight in the box on defense and force them to throw to keep from going three and out. If we could win the time of position battle we'll be in it at the end.
    Lovie runs the bend but don't break defense, we'll need to break that in the redzone to have a chance to win it.

    If Haslett has anything left in that bag of tricks he's got hiding in his closet, he's going to need them this week. Rams should blitz at least 20 times in this game with a variety of defenders. Would like to see more stunting by our d-line to create havoc with their blocking schemes.

    Ok...there's the blue print, go gettum boys !!!!!

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Run the ball, chew up the clock, play action and 3 step drops to take the pass rush out of the game and maybe free up the outside if the secondary feels it has cheat a little in run support.

    Defence..........................stop the run................somebody..........please?

    And tell the special teams they'll have to help out with a score.

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Honestly, I find the Bears a more suitable opponent to the Rams then I do the Cardinals or niners. Some things I am thinking about...

    -For some reason the Rams tend to play at the level of their opponent
    -It's Monday night, and after Bulger's comments, everybody will be out there giving it all they've got. Because if they don't, they might just lose a spot on the roster.
    -One man we don't have to worry about, "Big Game" Torry Holt
    -If there is one team we can focus more than usual on the run, it's gotta be the Grossman Bears
    -The Bears live off of turnovers, but this year's Rams understand not to give the ball away.
    -edit: Tommie Harris is out for the Bears

    On the flip side:
    -I'm not going to forget that our O-line is depleted and that this is possibly the best defense in the league. We will get hurried a lot, we have to be able to turn a quick slant into a huge gain sometime in this game, preferably in the first half.

    As you can see, I am a glass half full kind of person, or in this case, the glass is beginning to overflow a little bit. But hell, this is Monday Night Football, I'm not going to watch the game thinking we need a mircale to win. Playoffs are still not out of the piicture, and a win against the Bears could just be a season changer.
    Last edited by MikeB1603; -12-07-2006 at 03:19 PM. Reason: Breaking News

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB1603 View Post
    Honestly, I find the Bears a more suitable opponent to the Rams then I do the Cardinals or niners.
    But hell, this is Monday Night Football, I'm not going to watch the game thinking we need a mircale to win.
    Whhhhaaaaattt ?????? It's the 1st and last Monday Night Game of the season for our Rams and you're not going to watch it???

    What's that all about??

    :r :l :r :l

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    Whhhhaaaaattt ?????? It's the 1st and last Monday Night Game of the season for our Rams and you're not going to watch it???

    What's that all about??

    :r :l :r :l
    He means when he watches the game, he won't be thinking it's a longshot to win. Not that he won't be watching at all. That's what I got from his post anyways.
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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Quote Originally Posted by ramsbruce View Post
    He means when he watches the game, he won't be thinking it's a longshot to win. Not that he won't be watching at all. That's what I got from his post anyways.
    Thanks ramsbruce,

    Your right, I read the post to fast....must have been that dang Evelyn Wood speed reading course...

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0
    We have to stop the run....we have to stop the run......we have to stop the run at all costs. We want Grossman throwing the ball early and often.
    Therein lies our only chance to do some damage. Much easier said than done though because Jones is a great back and the Bears have gotten a lot of production out of him this year.

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMFANRAIDERHATER
    Number three; Tell Barron the snap count is one more than it actually is.
    Too funny! This will be a huge game for his psyche. I hope he can respond to Bulger's challenge. I don't even want to think about what will happen if he can't.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Pang
    Run the ball, chew up the clock, play action and 3 step drops to take the pass rush out of the game and maybe free up the outside if the secondary feels it has cheat a little in run support.
    Without a doubt, how we use Jackson will be the key to slowing down their pass rush and keeping Bulger from getting creamed. The screen pass and how effective it is will be critical.

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB1603
    For some reason the Rams tend to play at the level of their opponent
    I agree with this for the most part, although it didn't happen against San Diego. We need it to happen against the Bears.
    Last edited by r8rh8rmike; -12-07-2006 at 08:51 PM.

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    Re: How would you game plan for Da Bears?

    I'd pick up Tonya Harding as a FA....and remind her that Bears have kneecaps, too.

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