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    Rickstir is offline Registered User
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    Thumbs up If Faulk can go at all......I'd use him!

    If Marshall is at all close to playing use him this week. We can rest him during the bye week and next week against Carolina. His experience could be the difference. I think it's going to be a tough game in the first half with the Rams pulling slightly away in the third quarter. The fact that our defense hasn't given up a point all year in the third quarter is interesting. We seem to be making good adjustments on both offense and defense.


    Go with Marshall and pour it on :evil:
    Last edited by Rickstir; -10-25-2001 at 10:20 AM.

    Go Rams!
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    MARSHALL

    I THINK MARSHALL SHOULD SIT OUT THIS WEEK A KNEE STRAIN IS OR COULD BE A LOSS THAT COULD BE AVOIDED.LET HIM REST A COUPLE WEEKS THEN LET HIM GO AND DO WHAT HE DOES BEST. LUV YA BLUE!

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