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    The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    This guy broke this run right after we scored and had a HUGE momentum shift in the dome. Rams fans were yelling and screaming and finally shut up the retarded chiefs fans with their beer and *GO CHIEFS* chants. Then after a solid game the defense chose this moment to give up their biggest run of the year and I seriously almost puked up the ten dollar nachos i was eating in disbelief and disgust...

    NFL Videos: Jamaal Charles 80-yard run

    This was another game where it seemed every time we did something good certain players did everything in there power to make sure we didn't win...

    I know its completely false and the Rams feel worst than I do but jesus F'ing christ I couldn't believe what i saw there.

    ....I promptly left the Dome afterwards..


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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    The first two Rams Drives spelled the dome for the rest of the Game. Not getting TDs there gave KC alot to get pumped about. The Chiefs smelled blood and took over from there on out!
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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    Quote Originally Posted by dgr828 View Post
    The first two Rams Drives spelled the dome for the rest of the Game. Not getting TDs there gave KC alot to get pumped about. The Chiefs smelled blood and took over from there on out!
    I agree with that,2 td's there instead of 2 fg's and we may be having a different conversation right now.

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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    i got strong vibes about the two false starts then that late hit call when there was a clear block in the back. i knew something wasn't gelling.

    point of this game it was a playoff game for the chiefs they wanted it more and we live another week.
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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    Quote Originally Posted by Bralidore(RAMMODE) View Post
    This guy broke this run right after we scored and had a HUGE momentum shift in the dome. Rams fans were yelling and screaming and finally shut up the retarded chiefs fans with their beer and *GO CHIEFS* chants. Then after a solid game the defense chose this moment to give up their biggest run of the year and I seriously almost puked up the ten dollar nachos i was eating in disbelief and disgust...

    NFL Videos: Jamaal Charles 80-yard run

    This was another game where it seemed every time we did something good certain players did everything in there power to make sure we didn't win...

    I know its completely false and the Rams feel worst than I do but jesus F'ing christ I couldn't believe what i saw there.

    ....I promptly left the Dome afterwards..
    I jsut watched the replay. Thanks for posting. It makes me ask how bad was the OL Holding that was called on J Smith early in the game? The reason I ask that is Gibson saw the runner before he got to the hole, and broke to the right to fill it. He was held, briefly, by KC #54. I saw just as ticky-tack holding called today, to negate a Jets first down at the 4 yard line, so I know it should have been called. Had it been called, the momentum does swing back to the Chiefs. At least not on that play.


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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    This was a big game, Rams are not ready quiet yet for big games. At least for the rest of the season we play teams that we are better of. Lets hope something good happens by end and we win the division. After all I am happy with what happened so fur.

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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    Quote Originally Posted by dgr828 View Post
    The first two Rams Drives spelled the dome for the rest of the Game. Not getting TDs there gave KC alot to get pumped about. The Chiefs smelled blood and took over from there on out!
    Exactly....We needed at least a touchdown on one of those drives.....

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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    My personal sports truisms:

    DARTS...When you go to the lou, duck.

    POKER...You can put a guy on crap, but you need a little more crap to win.

    GOLF.....Tens will kill you.

    FOOTBALL..(for the second straight week) Fourteen point swings beat your ass.


    My hair pulling event this week: On our final drive, WHERE WAS THE URGENCY? GOOD GRIEF. Who's in charge? We were huddling and the clock just ticking on down. At least huddle in a circle. Everything was ugly.

    One more thing and that's all I have; I know two more wins and we're in the platoffs, but at this stage I just want the last games to be respectable enough to get out with nobody emotionaly scarred - particularly me. Those that needed to be exposed probably have been.

    Victorys now days are as precious as water to a man dying of thirst. When I finally crawl up to that mountain spring I hope I can remember how to drink
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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    ...$10 nachos??

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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    Quote Originally Posted by live4ramin View Post
    My personal sports truisms:

    DARTS...When you go to the lou, duck.

    POKER...You can put a guy on crap, but you need a little more crap to win.

    GOLF.....Tens will kill you.

    FOOTBALL..(for the second straight week) Fourteen point swings beat your ass.


    My hair pulling event this week: On our final drive, WHERE WAS THE URGENCY? GOOD GRIEF. Who's in charge? We were huddling and the clock just ticking on down. At least huddle in a circle. Everything was ugly.

    One more thing and that's all I have; I know two more wins and we're in the platoffs, but at this stage I just want the last games to be respectable enough to get out with nobody emotionaly scarred - particularly me. Those that needed to be exposed probably have been.

    Victorys now days are as precious as water to a man dying of thirst. When I finally crawl up to that mountain spring I hope I can remember how to drink
    speaking of urgency, see Packers major choke vs Patsies

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    Re: The Play that marked the end of Today's Game

    Onside kick it

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