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    Rams defense, calling Dr. Kevorkian

    Does any else think that euthenasia is the best course of action for the current defense? There is no pulse of any kind on the defensive side of the ball.

    By the way, i like bartell. A lot. Pickett also.

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    Re: Rams defense, calling Dr. Kevorkian

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel
    Does any else think that euthenasia is the best course of action for the current defense? There is no pulse of any kind on the defensive side of the ball.

    By the way, i like bartell. A lot. Pickett also.

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    You mean this defense hasn't already been euthenized GC? No pulse is right. Instead of any kind of push, fire or intensity, we have the walking dead.

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    Re: Rams defense, calling Dr. Kevorkian

    I divide the defense into three categories:

    Keepers (worth keeping, though not necessarily as starters)

    Pickett
    Kennedy (yes, I still have hope for him)
    Tinoisamoa
    Chillar
    Bartell
    B.Green
    Ivy

    Sleepers (may still be worthwhile, but need to show more)

    Little
    Hargrove
    Claiborne
    Carter
    Atogwe
    Butler
    Groce
    C.Johnson

    Send to the Reaper (see ya!)

    Lewis
    Coakley (sorry, but its true)
    Fisher
    Furrey (come on, we can do better)
    Archuleta

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    Re: Rams defense, calling Dr. Kevorkian

    I think you really need four categories, seperating the starters from keepers as backups - big difference in building a D.

    Starters

    Pickett
    Tinoisamoa
    Bartell
    Little
    Carter
    Butler

    (so I see a new starting DT, DE, 2 new LB's, and a new FS next year)

    Keepers as Backups/Situational
    Ivy
    B.Green
    Chillar
    Kennedy
    Hargrove

    Sleepers - need to show more in camp
    Claiborne
    Atogwe
    Groce
    C.Johnson
    Fisher

    Send to the Reaper (see ya!)

    Lewis
    Coakley
    Furrey
    Archuleta

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    Re: Rams defense, calling Dr. Kevorkian

    All I know is there should be no reason to draft 1 offensive player in next years draft. Yes, I said it, every pick should be used on defense. We can get a TE in free agency. Actually I dont care if we get a TE. We need several defensive players and no offensive guys period.
    Aim high Willis, Aim High!

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    Re: Rams defense, calling Dr. Kevorkian

    WELL RAMS FAN HOW'S THE STATISTICS OF OUR GREAT DEFENSE. WE HAVE GIVEN UP IN THE LAST 4 GAMES AN
    AVERAGE OF 30 POINTS, HOW IN THE HELL DOES MARMIE PLAN TO HOLD HIS JOB FOR NEXT YEAR? WILL MARTZ KEEP HIS GOOD BUDDY ON THE TEAM?, I BELIEVE THE SEAHAWKS ARE LOOKING INTO HIRING HIM, WHAT A GREAT ASSET HE WOULD BRING TO SEATTLE. IF I WAS JOE VITT I WOULD KICK HIM IN THE a@*, FIRE HIM NOW, SAVE THE REST OF THE SEASON FOR RYAN F. DISSAPOINTE RAM FAN.

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