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    Angry Offence, please go home!

    I cant believe that we are contending for a playoff spot with these guys on our offence. No creativity. No passion. Our WRs are just a bunch of practise roster players. Our D played their butts off and we couldnt muster up a single worthwile drive. It was frustrating to watch, to say the least.

    I hope we get a better O Coordinator, because this guy is not even in the same league as Al Saunders. Or Martz.


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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    man and every time a guy does get open Bradford puts right on the money or close enough to make a catch and they still drop it.

    HOnestly I think it will be better to lose this game. We'll be in a much better position for the draft and let's face it we aren't going anywhere in the playoffs.

    Devaney and staff have drafted well and with a couple of playmakers on offense and a couple of pieces on defense we should be the favorites to win the division heading in to next year.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Rams gagged tonight. Plain and simple.
    Faithful Rams fan since 1968

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    The refs did everything in their power to stop us as well.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMFANRAIDERHATER View Post
    Rams gagged tonight. Plain and simple.
    And worst of all........ On national tv

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    I have never see so much dropped passes in my life! Nor worst offensive performance.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Quote Originally Posted by thermobee View Post
    The refs did everything in their power to stop us as well.
    You cannot blame the refs man. They refs called a horrible game but still...

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Must. Bring. In. Receiver. Help.

    No other option. Do whatever you have to do to move up and make sure we can get Green, Jones, or Blackmon. Either that, or get together a huge trade deal and get Fitzgerald or somebody.

    Next step is the O-line. The interior has been horrific at run blocking these past few weeks, and I wonder if the D-lines have been able to tip passes because the line is not that physical with them.

    Bradford is the man for this job, and he's got some talent around him, but needs just a few more weapons.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    I wouldn't fire Shurmur, but the receivers coach had better start warming up excuses for his 10 minute meeting this week.

    Also, to the guys who say the Rams don't need to draft Jones or Green in a couple of months, tonight sure proved you wrong.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Quote Originally Posted by bruce4life View Post
    You cannot blame the refs man. They refs called a horrible game but still...
    Oh no dont get me wrong. Refs sucked ba**s, but I would really like some more screens and I guess more aggressive playcalling by the offense in general.

    I think the defense played their hearts out! 16 points should not be hard to surpass and they were on the field a lot.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Quote Originally Posted by PeoriaRam View Post
    I wouldn't fire Shurmur, but the receivers coach had better start warming up excuses for his 10 minute meeting this week.
    What did he do in the game planning that has impressed you so much? And why is the receiver coach to blAme for dropped passes?

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Shurmur needs to go, but he probably wont. I don't think Dev has the balls to do it. Our offense has been in 'lets not lose this one' mode since week 1. How can you ever win with that attitude.

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    Re: Offence, please go home!

    Quote Originally Posted by chiguy View Post
    What did he do in the game planning that has impressed you so much? And why is the receiver coach to blAme for dropped passes?
    Spagnuolo has flat out said in press conferences that the "grand strategy" choice to go conservative on offense in the game plans is his call. I have come over to the line of thought that says Shurmur wants to open it up, but Spagnuolo overrides him.

    As for the receivers coach, I believe execution and improving execution is as much the province of the coaches as it is the players. Certainly on the position level. You need to teach them proper form and how to finish plays.

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