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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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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Other:

    All of those are great, but I would say it was either Ricky Proehls over the back catch in that Tampa Bay defensive slug fest to secure the NFC West in 2000 or Ike's catch and zip around the rookie cornerback in XXXIV to give us the go ahead touch down for the eventual victory.

    That and of course Everett's play on Rome! Good one RedMan! LOL


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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    that was a hard one to vote for, all the things they accomplished were so great, but i went with youngblood

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    :bow: All the above.

    ...And K. Warner's '99 season. SBXXXIV, all the way! :angryram:

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    As a neutral fan (I like the Steelers) looking at these Rams feats, I'd have to say the one that stands out to me the most is the GSOT's offense and Kurt Warner's come-from-nowhere season...I say both because they go hand in hand.

    IMO I think it's like that way for a lot of non-Rams fans when they think of the Rams. The GSOT's offense featuring Kurt Warner will be remembered for a long time....

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    All of them are great, but Dickerson's rookie rushing record is the one I appreciate most. His single season record will be broken before his rookie rushing title.

    Though a great feat, I would venture to say that several players have played games with broken bones.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Ricky P's catch. Man, if I have to have a ONE time moment....that was it. Without that catch, there would be no Super Bowl.

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    ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE TRULY LEGENDARY BUT I HAVE A FEW MORE: ISSAC BRUCES 4 TD GAME TO STOP THE 17 IN A ROW SLIDE TO THE *****'S, A 6 OR 9 SACK GAME AGAINST THE *****'S ON MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL, EVERETTS TOSSING UP OF JIM ROME (why didn't he throw a serious punch, this would have helped his chrissy image big time!) AND LAST WAS THE HEAD TO HEAD RUNBACK FOR A TD WITH TORRY AND AHKIM, JUST AWESOME!!!

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    Okay I'm pissed. Torry over 1300 hundred yards a season 6 consecutive years is not up there? what the heck.>(

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Youngblood. Which one -- George, Jim, or Jack?

    Just kidding. That one-word name is automatic for any Ramsfan! Really one of a kind. :1:
    Last edited by RealRam; -06-14-2006 at 03:23 AM.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Quote Originally Posted by argpdt
    I think the Rams biggest individual feat is Jim Benton's 303 receiving yards in one game, which occurred at a time when many receivers didn't gain that much yardage in a whole season.

    First to Gain 300 Yards Receiving in a Game:
    Jim Benton's 303 yards receiving vs. the Detroit Lions on 11/22/45, was a Rams and NFL first.

    It is a crime that Jim Benton is not in the NFL Hall of Fame.

    Year Tm G Rec Yds Avg TD
    1938 CLE 11 21 418 19.9 5
    1939 CLE 11 27 388 14.4 7
    1940 CLE 10 22 351 16.0 3
    1942 CLE 9 23 345 15.0 1
    1943 CHI 9 13 235 18.1 3
    1944 CLE 10 39 505 12.9 6
    1945 CLE 9 45 1,067 23.7 8
    1946 LAM 11 63 981 15.6 6
    1947 LAM 11 35 511 14.6 6
    Career 91 288 4,801 16.7 45

    :clanram:
    Isn't he the first receiver in NFL history to break the 1,000 yards mark in a season? If not, then it is still amazing, because 1,067 yards in NINE games would be like 1900 yards in SIXTEEN games. If that doesn't impress, then his average per catch should at least raise an eyebrow or two. You're right, it's a crime.
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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    Flippper Anderson against New Orleans. What a performance. The guy was everywhere on the field. For 4 qtrs this guy was an absolute stud. Allover the field, over the middle, deep routs, quick slants, the guy caught everything thrown his way, completely unstopable. Never in an NFL game has a reciever completely dominated and single-handedly beaten another NFL team. Best NFL game for a reciever. Not J Rice, not TO, not anyone. How many miles does 336 yds equal? Just the stamina this guy displayed is awesome. Come on, this was truly a unique performance.

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    Re: Most Legendary Feat A Rams Player Has Ever Accomplished

    :bow: One game of fame, so to speak. I'll always remember it.

    Rams LB Tony Guillory (1965), had his most legendary feat when he, in the very last minutes of the last regular season game in 1967 -- a MUST win situation for playoff berth -- broke through the Packer formation and dramatically blocked Donny Anderson's punt deep in Packer territory. This was a home game at the Coliseum and the massive crowd went berserk.

    What a moment in Rams history!

    The Rams, who had stacked up at least 10 players up front to attack the punt, recovered the ball at the five yard line and two plays later ... Gabriel connects with Casey for the winning TD.

    Pandemonium.

    There is a famous (well, to some of us, anyway) photo of Guillory, No. 88, already free into the Packer's backfield, running towards the punter, both arms streched up and forward, barely, almost falling, but most definitely blocking that ball. He wasn't able to leap into it, but just got to it in perfect timing.

    I know I've recounted this exciting Ramplay before in other threads but, to this ClanRam fan, it is a very unique memory, one certainly worth inserting here as one of the Most Legendary Feats a Rams player has Ever Accomplished.

    :1:

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