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  • Ollie Matson Traded To Rams For 9 Players

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  • Dick "Night Train" Lane Intercepts 14 Passes As A Rookie

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  • Jack Youngblood Plays In NFC Championship and Super Bowl With Broken Leg

    23 27.38%
  • Eric Dickerson Breaks O.J. Simpson's Single Season Rushing Record

    7 8.33%
  • Willie "Flipper" Anderson Has 336 Receiving Yards In Game

    7 8.33%
  • Kurt Warner Throws For 4,000 Yards, 41 TDs, As Out-of-nowhere Starter

    26 30.95%
  • GSOT Offense Scores 500+ Points In Three Consecutive Years

    14 16.67%
  • Marshall Faulk's 1,000+ Rushing and Receiving Year

    7 8.33%
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    Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    What Ram feat is truly the stuff of legend?


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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Staying with my recent Youngblood theme, I went with Jack's feat. While records can be broken, unless someone plays with both legs broken, Jack's feat can never be topped. To this day, 26 years later, when people think of JY, they think of that feat.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Jack Youngblood Plays In NFC Championship and Super Bowl With Broken Leg.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    I voted for Youngblood. It takes a real man and a warrior to do that.
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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    None of the above. marshall faulks total yardage from scrimmage numbers during the peak years. greatest player ever to wear the horns.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    id say kurt warner throws for 414 yards to win our only superbowl (to date, of course)


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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    gc,thats stuff debates are made of, marshall greatest ram ever, i would say top 3 without question, but i would like to see who everyone else would vote for.

    also i believe fred dryer had 2 safties in one game, not historic but pretty good.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Gotta go with Youngblood.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Gotta go with GC on this one. Faulk is the greatest player to ever wear the Horns.
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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Youngblood. Probably one of my favorite Rams ever, if not my absolute favorite. The toughness of playing with the broken leg in those two games just amazes me.
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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    I went with Flipper, because I remember it. I never saw Jack play, but playing with a broken leg transcends legendary and verges on the divine.

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    Thumbs down Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    What Ram feat is truly the stuff of legend ?:

    I Remember back in the late 1950's their was a player who had played with a dislocated shoulder and two cracked ribs and never missed a play does anyone know ??? toughness was the name of the game in those days , Those type of things happened more often than people realize In the NFL ... The player was Norm ... I must say that the different some for the good and for bad ... No matter what the game and our Rams will live on forever in our memories ... For the past and current Legends we Rams Fans have a lot to be great full for ...

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    "The game was more fun back then," says Younger. "There's no question the guys enjoyed playing a helluva lot more. We weren't making great big money back then [top players such as Hirsch earned about $12,000 a year] so there were no outside distractions like looking at the Wall Street Journal.

    " Football is more sophisticated now," adds Younger. "The fans, coaches, and players are all a little bit more knowledgeable. The game is more enjoyable to watch today. "But I wouldn't trade my memories of those days for all the money these players make today."
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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    I had to go with Jack. Never had the privilege of seeing him play, but playing in the two biggest games of the season with a broken leg is the kind of toughness I don't think we'll ever see again. My brother-in-law, who is a huge Giants fan, saw a Jack Youngblood special on ESPN Classic [anyone else see this? he didn't record it.] and even he was amazed at the kind of intimidating, tough guy JY was. Faulk's record-setting years come in a close second.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    I met both youngbloods and I do have to agree that Jacks feat was a stand out performance ... he was and is a mans man ... the intensity and heart in which he played was was outstanding

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