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    One Martz thread to rule them all!

    The six threads about Martz already on the 1st page aren't good enough for me to comment on, so I felt the need to start a 7th thread about him. My opinion isn't new and has already been said by no less than 4 other people, but my opinion is so important I must start a thread of my own.

    But seriously,










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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Slightly harsh, but funny

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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    I bet you werent saying those things when he was the coach and we were kicking everyones butt during the GSOT years. He woulda brought us a 2nd SB crown if the Cheatriots didnt cheat.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm not really a Martz guy but what he did for this franchise during that exciting time was put us on the map and made the fans of the Rams love their team. All i know is before Vermeil and Martz, there was no GSOT, and no SB ring in StL. GIVE THE MAN A LITTLE RESPECT WHETHER YOU WANT HIM BACK OR NOT.

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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Guam rammer View Post
    I bet you werent saying those things when he was the coach and we were kicking everyones butt during the GSOT years. He woulda brought us a 2nd SB crown if the Cheatriots didnt cheat.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm not really a Martz guy but what he did for this franchise during that exciting time was put us on the map and made the fans of the Rams love their team. All i know is before Vermeil and Martz, there was no GSOT, and no SB ring in StL. GIVE THE MAN A LITTLE RESPECT WHETHER YOU WANT HIM BACK OR NOT.

    well said how short are people's memories

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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    if I remember correctly,we won a SUPER BOWL when he was offensive coordinator and since he left how many games have we won ? Maybe he isn't the right choice but it should not be ruled out.

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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    We have won 13 games in three years since Martz was officially dismissed.

    This thread rules all Martz threads!
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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    "anyone"could have done great things with those teams.If anything,Martz killed the shelf life of the gsot by a couple of years and lost a super bowl.

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    A choo choo ? I LOVE choo choo's.

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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    (Chip Rosenbloom)
    Well, Mike. It says here in your resume that it was Singletary's fault the whiners didn't win the Super Bowl. You don't mind if we call Mike Singletary to check this out do you?



    (Mad Martz in his best Captain Queeg voice)
    No...I don't see any need of that. Now that I recall, he ahhhh...he might of said something about running the ball more....or he might not....

    I've been through so many quarterbacks...and ehhhhh...O'Sullivan wasn't the most reliable quarterback. I know exactly what he'll tell you.....LIES.....he was no different that all the rest of the players in the locker room. They were all disloyal....I tried to run the offense properly...by my genius playbook....but they fought me at every turn. The players wanted to walk around with their shirt tails hanging out...that's all right...let them........

    Take the ball tosser...defective equipment...no more, no less.........

    The other coaches encouraged the players to go around scoffing at me and spreading rumors about running plays that go in circles...and old yellow stain....like I was to blame for Davis's incompetence and poor sportsmanship........

    Like Mike Singletary would be the perfect head coach and not Mike Martz..........

    Ahhhhh, but the strawberries. That's... that's where I had them....they laughed at me and made jokes, but I proved beyond a shadow of a doubt with geometric logic that a duplicate key to the locker room did exist and I would have produced it if they hadn't dismissed me from the team. I know now they were only trying to protect some fellow player..............

    naturally I......

    can only cover these things from memory......

    if......

    I've left anything out....

    why........

    ask me specific questions....

    and I'll gladly answer them one...by one.
    (rattling of metal ball bearings only sound remaining in room).
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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    I'd like to know how many wasted draft picks Martz can be credited in his tenure with STL. I'm confident he ruined our shot at that superbowl by NOT running the ball. Plus Jackson was an afterthought his first two years under Martz, even though we were paying him as a first round draft pick.

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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Warner4prez View Post
    I'd like to know how many wasted draft picks Martz can be credited in his tenure with STL. I'm confident he ruined our shot at that superbowl by NOT running the ball. Plus Jackson was an afterthought his first two years under Martz, even though we were paying him as a first round draft pick.
    I don't know...let's take a look. What does everyone think?

    2000
    April 15-16


    1. Trung Canidate
    (31), RB, Arizona

    2. Jacoby Shepherd
    (62), CB, Oklahoma St.

    3. John St. Clair
    (94), C, Virginia

    4. Kaulana Noa
    (104), T, Hawaii
    From Chicago

    4. Choice to Chicago

    5. Brian Young
    (139), DE, UTEP

    5. Choice to Chicago
    through Detroit

    6. Matt Bowen
    (198), S, Iowa

    7. Andrew Kline
    (220), G, San Diego State
    From Detroit

    7. Choice to Chicago



    2001
    April 21-22


    1. Damione Lewis
    (12), DT, Miami, FL.
    From Kansas City

    1. Adam Archuleta
    (20), S, Arizona State

    1. Ryan Pickett
    (29), DT, Ohio State
    From Tennessee

    2. Tommy Polley
    (42), LB, Florida State
    From Kansas City

    2. Choice to Arizona

    3. Brian Allen
    (83), LB, Florida State

    4. Milton Wynn
    (116), WR, Washington St.

    4. Brandon Manumaleuna
    (129), TE, Arizona

    5. Jerametrius Butler
    (145), CB, Kansas St.
    From Washington

    5. Choice to Washington

    6.Choice to Washington

    6. Francis St. Paul
    (197), WR, Northern Arizona
    Compensatory selection

    7. Choice to Green Bay



    2002
    April 20-21


    1. Robert Thomas
    (31), LB, UCLA

    2. Travis Fisher
    (64), CB, Central Florida

    3. Lamar Gordon
    (84), RB, North Dakota St.

    3. Eric Crouch
    (95), WR, Nebraska
    From Kansas City

    4. Travis Scott
    (130), G, Arizona State

    5. Courtland Bullard
    (167), LB, Ohio State

    6. Choice to Indianapolis

    6. Steve Bellisari
    (205), S, Ohio State
    From New England

    7. Chris Massey
    (243), LS/C, Marshall



    2003
    April 20-21

    1. Jimmy Kennedy
    (12), DT, Penn State


    2. Pisa Tinoisamoa
    (43), LB, Hawaii


    3. Kevin Curtis
    (74), WR, Utah State

    4. Shaun McDonald
    (106), WR, Arizona State


    4. DeJuan Groce
    (107), CB, Nebraska


    5. Dan Curley
    (148), TE,
    Eastern Washington

    5. Shane Walton
    (170), CB, Notre Dame

    5. Kevin Garrett
    (172), CB, SMU


    6. Scott Tercero
    (184), G, California


    7. Scott Shanle
    (251), LB, Nebraska


    7. Richard Angulo
    (254), TE, Western Mexico



    2004
    April 24-25


    1. Steven Jackson
    (26), RB, Oregon State

    3. Tony Hargrove
    (91), DE, Georgia Tech

    4. Brandon Chillar
    (130), LB, UCLA

    5. Jason Shivers
    (158), S, Arizona State


    6. Jeff Smoker
    (201), QB Michigan State


    7. Erik Jensen
    (237), TE, Iowa

    7. Larry Turner
    (238), OT, Eastern Kentucky



    2005
    April 23-24


    1. Alex Barron
    (19), OT, Florida State

    2. Ronald Bartell Jr
    (50), CB, Howard


    3. Oshiomogho "O.J." Atogwe
    (66), S, Stanford

    3. Richie Incognito
    (81), C/G, Nebraska

    4. Jerome Carter
    (117), SS, Florida State


    4. Claude Terrell
    (134), G New Mexico


    5. Jerome Collins
    (144) TE, Notre Dame

    6. Dante Ridgeway
    (192), WR, Ball State


    6. Reggie Hodges
    (210), P, Ball State

    7. Ryan Fitzpatrick
    (250), QB, Harvard


    7. Madison Hedgecock
    (251), FB, North Carolina


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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Warner4prez View Post
    I'd like to know how many wasted draft picks Martz can be credited in his tenure with STL. I'm confident he ruined our shot at that superbowl by NOT running the ball. Plus Jackson was an afterthought his first two years under Martz, even though we were paying him as a first round draft pick.
    I don't know. What does everyone think?

    2000
    April 15-16


    1. Trung Canidate
    (31), RB, Arizona

    2. Jacoby Shepherd
    (62), CB, Oklahoma St.

    3. John St. Clair
    (94), C, Virginia

    4. Kaulana Noa
    (104), T, Hawaii
    From Chicago

    4. Choice to Chicago

    5. Brian Young
    (139), DE, UTEP

    5. Choice to Chicago
    through Detroit

    6. Matt Bowen
    (198), S, Iowa

    7. Andrew Kline
    (220), G, San Diego State
    From Detroit

    7. Choice to Chicago

    2001
    April 21-22


    1. Damione Lewis
    (12), DT, Miami, FL.
    From Kansas City

    1. Adam Archuleta
    (20), S, Arizona State

    1. Ryan Pickett
    (29), DT, Ohio State
    From Tennessee

    2. Tommy Polley
    (42), LB, Florida State
    From Kansas City

    2. Choice to Arizona

    3. Brian Allen
    (83), LB, Florida State

    4. Milton Wynn
    (116), WR, Washington St.

    4. Brandon Manumaleuna
    (129), TE, Arizona

    5. Jerametrius Butler
    (145), CB, Kansas St.
    From Washington

    5. Choice to Washington

    6.Choice to Washington

    6. Francis St. Paul
    (197), WR, Northern Arizona
    Compensatory selection

    7. Choice to Green Bay


    2002
    April 20-21


    1. Robert Thomas
    (31), LB, UCLA

    2. Travis Fisher
    (64), CB, Central Florida

    3. Lamar Gordon
    (84), RB, North Dakota St.

    3. Eric Crouch
    (95), WR, Nebraska
    From Kansas City

    4. Travis Scott
    (130), G, Arizona State

    5. Courtland Bullard
    (167), LB, Ohio State

    6. Choice to Indianapolis

    6. Steve Bellisari
    (205), S, Ohio State
    From New England

    7. Chris Massey
    (243), LS/C, Marshall

    2003
    April 20-21

    1. Jimmy Kennedy
    (12), DT, Penn State

    2. Pisa Tinoisamoa
    (43), LB, Hawaii

    3. Kevin Curtis
    (74), WR, Utah State

    4. Shaun McDonald
    (106), WR, Arizona State

    4. DeJuan Groce
    (107), CB, Nebraska

    5. Dan Curley
    (148), TE,
    Eastern Washington

    5. Shane Walton
    (170), CB, Notre Dame

    5. Kevin Garrett
    (172), CB, SMU

    6. Scott Tercero
    (184), G, California

    7. Scott Shanle
    (251), LB, Nebraska

    7. Richard Angulo
    (254), TE, Western Mexico


    2004
    April 24-25


    1. Steven Jackson
    (26), RB, Oregon State

    3. Tony Hargrove
    (91), DE, Georgia Tech

    4. Brandon Chillar
    (130), LB, UCLA

    5. Jason Shivers
    (158), S, Arizona State

    6. Jeff Smoker
    (201), QB Michigan State

    7. Erik Jensen
    (237), TE, Iowa

    7. Larry Turner
    (238), OT, Eastern Kentucky


    2005
    April 23-24


    1. Alex Barron
    (19), OT, Florida State

    2. Ronald Bartell Jr
    (50), CB, Howard


    3. Oshiomogho "O.J." Atogwe(66), S, Stanford

    3. Richie Incognito
    (81), C/G, Nebraska

    4. Jerome Carter
    (117), SS, Florida State


    4. Claude Terrell
    (134), G New Mexico


    5. Jerome Collins
    (144) TE, Notre Dame

    6. Dante Ridgeway
    (192), WR, Ball State


    6. Reggie Hodges
    (210), P, Ball State

    7. Ryan Fitzpatrick
    (250), QB, Harvard


    7. Madison Hedgecock
    (251), FB, North Carolina


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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Warner4prez View Post
    I'd like to know how many wasted draft picks Martz can be credited in his tenure with STL. I'm confident he ruined our shot at that superbowl by NOT running the ball. Plus Jackson was an afterthought his first two years under Martz, even though we were paying him as a first round draft pick.
    2000
    April 15-16


    1. Trung Canidate
    (31), RB, Arizona

    2. Jacoby Shepherd
    (62), CB, Oklahoma St.

    3. John St. Clair
    (94), C, Virginia

    4. Kaulana Noa
    (104), T, Hawaii
    From Chicago

    4. Choice to Chicago

    5. Brian Young
    (139), DE, UTEP

    5. Choice to Chicago
    through Detroit

    6. Matt Bowen
    (198), S, Iowa

    7. Andrew Kline
    (220), G, San Diego State
    From Detroit

    7. Choice to Chicago

    2001
    April 21-22


    1. Damione Lewis
    (12), DT, Miami, FL.
    From Kansas City

    1. Adam Archuleta
    (20), S, Arizona State

    1. Ryan Pickett
    (29), DT, Ohio State
    From Tennessee

    2. Tommy Polley
    (42), LB, Florida State
    From Kansas City

    2. Choice to Arizona

    3. Brian Allen
    (83), LB, Florida State

    4. Milton Wynn
    (116), WR, Washington St.

    4. Brandon Manumaleuna
    (129), TE, Arizona

    5. Jerametrius Butler
    (145), CB, Kansas St.
    From Washington

    5. Choice to Washington

    6.Choice to Washington

    6. Francis St. Paul
    (197), WR, Northern Arizona
    Compensatory selection

    7. Choice to Green Bay


    2002
    April 20-21


    1. Robert Thomas
    (31), LB, UCLA

    2. Travis Fisher
    (64), CB, Central Florida

    3. Lamar Gordon
    (84), RB, North Dakota St.

    3. Eric Crouch
    (95), WR, Nebraska
    From Kansas City

    4. Travis Scott
    (130), G, Arizona State

    5. Courtland Bullard
    (167), LB, Ohio State

    6. Choice to Indianapolis

    6. Steve Bellisari
    (205), S, Ohio State
    From New England

    7. Chris Massey
    (243), LS/C, Marshall

    2003
    April 20-21

    1. Jimmy Kennedy
    (12), DT, Penn State

    2. Pisa Tinoisamoa
    (43), LB, Hawaii

    3. Kevin Curtis
    (74), WR, Utah State

    4. Shaun McDonald
    (106), WR, Arizona State

    4. DeJuan Groce
    (107), CB, Nebraska

    5. Dan Curley
    (148), TE,
    Eastern Washington

    5. Shane Walton
    (170), CB, Notre Dame

    5. Kevin Garrett
    (172), CB, SMU

    6. Scott Tercero
    (184), G, California

    7. Scott Shanle
    (251), LB, Nebraska

    7. Richard Angulo
    (254), TE, Western Mexico


    2004
    April 24-25


    1. Steven Jackson
    (26), RB, Oregon State

    3. Tony Hargrove
    (91), DE, Georgia Tech

    4. Brandon Chillar
    (130), LB, UCLA

    5. Jason Shivers
    (158), S, Arizona State

    6. Jeff Smoker
    (201), QB Michigan State

    7. Erik Jensen
    (237), TE, Iowa

    7. Larry Turner
    (238), OT, Eastern Kentucky


    2005
    April 23-24


    1. Alex Barron
    (19), OT, Florida State

    2. Ronald Bartell Jr
    (50), CB, Howard


    3. Oshiomogho "O.J." Atogwe(66), S, Stanford

    3. Richie Incognito
    (81), C/G, Nebraska

    4. Jerome Carter
    (117), SS, Florida State


    4. Claude Terrell
    (134), G New Mexico


    5. Jerome Collins
    (144) TE, Notre Dame

    6. Dante Ridgeway
    (192), WR, Ball State


    6. Reggie Hodges
    (210), P, Ball State

    7. Ryan Fitzpatrick
    (250), QB, Harvard


    7. Madison Hedgecock
    (251), FB, North Carolina


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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Quote Originally Posted by Warner4prez View Post
    I'd like to know how many wasted draft picks Martz can be credited in his tenure with STL.
    Let's take a look. What is your opinion? Outside of Jackson and Atogwe, it don't look to good.

    2000
    April 15-16

    1. Trung Canidate
    (31), RB, Arizona

    2. Jacoby Shepherd
    (62), CB, Oklahoma St.

    3. John St. Clair
    (94), C, Virginia

    4. Kaulana Noa
    (104), T, Hawaii
    From Chicago

    4. Choice to Chicago

    5. Brian Young
    (139), DE, UTEP

    5. Choice to Chicago
    through Detroit

    6. Matt Bowen
    (198), S, Iowa

    7. Andrew Kline
    (220), G, San DiegoState
    From Detroit

    7. Choice to Chicago

    2001
    April 21-22

    1. Damione Lewis
    (12), DT, Miami, FL.
    From Kansas City

    1. Adam Archuleta
    (20), S, ArizonaState

    1. Ryan Pickett
    (29), DT, OhioState
    From Tennessee

    2. Tommy Polley
    (42), LB, FloridaState
    From Kansas City

    2. Choice to Arizona

    3. Brian Allen
    (83), LB, FloridaState

    4. Milton Wynn
    (116), WR, Washington St.

    4. Brandon Manumaleuna
    (129), TE, Arizona

    5. Jerametrius Butler
    (145), CB, Kansas St.
    From Washington

    5. Choice to Washington

    6.Choice to Washington

    6. Francis St. Paul
    (197), WR, Northern Arizona
    Compensatory selection

    7. Choice to Green Bay

    2002
    April 20-21

    1. Robert Thomas
    (31), LB, UCLA

    2. Travis Fisher
    (64), CB, Central Florida

    3. Lamar Gordon
    (84), RB, North Dakota St.

    3. Eric Crouch
    (95), WR, Nebraska
    From Kansas City

    4. Travis Scott
    (130), G, ArizonaState

    5. Courtland Bullard
    (167), LB, OhioState

    6. Choice to Indianapolis

    6. Steve Bellisari
    (205), S, OhioState
    From New England

    7. Chris Massey
    (243), LS/C, Marshall


    2003
    April 20-21

    1. Jimmy Kennedy
    (12), DT, PennState

    2. Pisa Tinoisamoa
    (43), LB, Hawaii

    3. Kevin Curtis
    (74), WR, UtahState

    4. Shaun McDonald
    (106), WR, Arizona State

    4. DeJuan Groce
    (107), CB, Nebraska

    5. Dan Curley
    (148), TE, Eastern Washington

    5. Shane Walton
    (170), CB, Notre Dame

    5. Kevin Garrett
    (172), CB, SMU

    6. Scott Tercero
    (184), G, California

    7. Scott Shanle
    (251), LB, Nebraska

    7. Richard Angulo
    (254), TE, Western Mexico


    2004
    April 24-25

    1. Steven Jackson
    (26), RB, OregonState

    3. Tony Hargrove
    (91), DE, Georgia Tech

    4. Brandon Chillar
    (130), LB, UCLA

    5. Jason Shivers
    (158), S, Arizona State

    6. Jeff Smoker
    (201), QB Michigan State

    7. Erik Jensen
    (237), TE, Iowa

    7. Larry Turner
    (238), OT, Eastern Kentucky


    2005
    April 23-24

    1. Alex Barron
    (19), OT, FloridaState

    2. Ronald Bartell Jr
    (50), CB, Howard

    3. Oshiomogho "O.J." Atogwe
    (66), S, Stanford

    3. Richie Incognito
    (81), C/G, Nebraska

    4. Jerome Carter
    (117), SS, Florida State

    4. Claude Terrell
    (134), G New Mexico

    5. Jerome Collins
    (144) TE, Notre Dame

    6. Dante Ridgeway
    (192), WR, Ball State

    6. Reggie Hodges
    (210), P, Ball State

    7. Ryan Fitzpatrick
    (250), QB, Harvard

    7. Madison Hedgecock
    (251), FB, North Carolina
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    Re: One Martz thread to rule them all!

    Oo that list is ugly.

    Why did we even pick Kennedy? We didn't even need a DT as I can recall.

    I don't know why we let Kevin Curtis go, as he had speed and great agility.. Instead, we get Bennett, and then release Bruce.


    If I had to decide, 2005 would have been our best draft year on that list.

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