View Poll Results: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

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  • ... that Jeff Fisher has corrected all the problems in one week!

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  • ... that the Colts are much better than the Chiefs.

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  • ... diddly-squat.

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    If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Multiple choice question...


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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Diddly, though I wouldn't mind some blocking, defense, and touchdowns. Maybe a couple of 50+ field goals for good measure. Not asking for much

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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Diddly.

    After last years successful preseason followed by the tumultuous regular season, I'd rather us have an awful preseason.
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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    This means something ...
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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    You forgot the obvious answer:

    It will mean the Rams win the Governor's Cup.

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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFanSam View Post
    You forgot the obvious answer:

    It will mean the Rams win the Governor's Cup.
    Ah... but would that Cup be half empty, or half full?

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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    Ah... but would that Cup be half empty, or half full?
    Well, if the full portion is full of quality beer, I could live with either one.

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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    ... or how about full of pride. There's a new concept.

    Probably completely alien to anyone under 30 or so.

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    I take that back. Isn't SJ under 30? He's full of pride. A very rare quality anymore ...
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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Depends on the players playing the game. Will our players look impressive? Will they execute assignments and become playmakers? If so, then I don't care if we lose by 30+ again.


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    It'll mean Dahl's not playing safety.
    Funny thing is, I like (watching), the guy, but he's just not good at all in pass protection.

    It'll also mean Luck wasn't the other QB.
    He's good, as in REALLY good. Yesterday wasn't a fluke.
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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    You forgot D) None of the above.

    It will mean that they are 1 and 1 so far this preseason.

    And I don't know about the next man, but the world is a better place when I win.

    Perhaps that's the message we ought to be trying to send as fans, particularly to a team trying to shed a decade's worth of losing.

    It would seem logical to me, rather than sending a message that "it's ok", to get your teeth kicked in because it's only a pre-season game.

    "NEVER", IS IT OK TO GET YOUR TEETH KICKED IN, fellas.

    Now, as you were.
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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    I voted that Fisher corrected the problems in one week, obvious choice

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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    Gosh, if only we could go 4-0 in a preseason, things would be different.
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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    It would mean that a lot of people on this forum and in St. Louis will realize that it's "practice...not a game...it's practice."

    And the Governor's Cup would then be half full of course.

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    Re: If the Rams beat the Chiefs this weekend, it will mean...

    "IF"...we won't beat the Chiefs because Fisher is playing all his players and winning a preseason game doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if the players aren't building a winning mentality.

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