What does that make me?
What does that make me?
I went with. Out on a limb but, perhaps, not entirely wrong. But it's more about the Texans then the Rams. They are having major issues. We might be able to take advantage of their current issues. Then again we might be the answer for their current issues.
I went with out on a limb, because "on any given Sunday....." We have some serious talent in my view, so I keep believing that one of these weeks we're going to break out because it will have all come together for our players. If not, then it's a coaching issue, but that's another thread.
Too influenced by the Rams win and the Texans recent struggles. I simply haven't seen enough good football played by the Rams to warrant feeling good about their chances vs. a Texans team that has weapons, gave one away vs. Seattle and is playing at home. It's as simple as that.
Houston is better than what they've shown and are due. It could get ugly if we don't play to potential.
i believe the rams can, it's the nfl
it's just looking back...whenever a player or team needed to bounce back...they just needed a dose of the rams on their schedule
so while i hope for the best, hoping for that breakout game or just plain being better
history has repeated itself often, it has to stop sometime, but i don't know when
wide eyed optimist. We had one passing yard in the first qtr. at home against the Jags. Rams were outgained by arguably worst team in football. At home. But I hope you are right.
Bradford needs to step up and run this offense and take command. No more being timid! If we are to win he needs to throw the ball downfield. Enough of the little dink passes. Air the ball out. Last year he did not have the receivers to throw to. He does not have that excuse this year. We got the guys to throw to, its time to see if Bradford can throw!
Pass the milk please..... Its not so much a faith in the Rams ability to win, its the ability for the Texans to lose. I only worry that Watt will plant Bradford into the turf and he'll be done for the season
Yes, out on a limb but, perhaps, not entirely wrong. A little coo-coo? ...Delusional? :o
GO RAMS!!! :)
I don't think it's crazy it all. If the Rams defense plays like we know it's capable of, and the special teams stops ruining our field position...aaaaaand the offense makes more plays than stupid mistakes then yeah I think we can beat the Texans.
If we do all that then I think we can contend with any team in the league. We may not win but they'll remember us on Monday at least.
I think we can beat them too but the choice of coo-coo for coco puffs was to funny to not pick.
I have seen nothing this season that makes me believe the Rams will even be in this game at the end. But I'm hoping for a win and I'll be watching because of morbid curiosity if nothing else. Who knows? Anything can happen in the NFL.
Didn't get a chance to watch the Texans-Whiners game, but I don't see how our O-Line can matchup with their D-line.
I feel that Watt will make Sam fear for his life and rattle his nerves to make him go into 'Pass it out in the flat at the line of scrimmage after waiting 5 seconds mode'
Our run game still has to get much better for our offense to have a chance and our Wr's need to learn to catch the ball more.
Andre Johnson will come with a chip on his shoulder and have a field day with Cortland if given the chance.
And then there is always Shotty and the special teams penalties to overcome.