"Dem Rams" 18
Tuna 17 FINAL
The difference in this game will be a safety by that surging Rams defense. Legatron and our defense will have plenty to say in this defensive showdown. Go "Dem Rams"!!!
if the dolphins are prone to turnovers, the rams defense WILL force some more
i think the offense will do fine unless they bring the wrong game plan like they did against the bears
i think smith will step up
and sure, jake long is good, but so is quinn, but even if he wards off quinn, long will get some sacks, and the pressure will be constant, the rams have proven that even if you can run the ball, you have to beat them with both the pass and rush, if you can't pass or rush the ball, you're done
and the rams have the pass covered for sure, and they keep getting better against the rush
turning point started against the cardinals, and the rams will get the job done
rams 24 dolphins 9
Actually it reminded me of something that idiot Josh McD would have done last year. Let us hope that our new OC continues along the same lines as he did against the SeaHags and the Tards.
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Now that the D knows its capabilities we'll see consistent games from them. The young receivers will step up for Sam beginning with this game.
I believe you guys may not be taking the Dolphins pass rush seriously. Quinn and Long are good, but we got 4 dudes up front that can all penetrate consistently. We even have back-ups that can sub in and penetrate consistently. Some names you'll hear a lot of: Cameron Wake (obviously), Randy Starks (AFC Def Player of the week), Paul Solai (Samoan... run away), Jarred Odrick, Oliver Vernon and Tony McDaniel (back from injury).
If Bradford lives long enough to throw the ball, stay away from Rashad Jones (SS) and Sean Smith (CB). Sean was responsible for holding down the fort against Larry Fitzgerald and A.J. Green 1 on 1.
Reggie Bush will score, no doubt about it, but I don't think you guys can win with 5 or 6 50yard+ FGs.
Dolphins - 24
Rams - 12 (all FG)
Ski has very valid points. Hartline's one of those Witten types. He just gets open and catches the ball. Humidity's no factor- Rams are used to that. I'm agree about their rush vs our O line.
This should be very close.
Dolphins win at home.
I'm taking a flight down early Saturday morning. Flying home right after the game. Please be a good weekend prior to work on Monday morning.
As with most games that are handicapped this closely, it will come down to three key things;
I don't see either team winning by more that 3-4 points, and it should be another low-scoring affair. Neither team has a good offense and both teams have better than average D's.
Which team makes the least mistakes, and which team has a key player step up wins this one.
Rams 35 Miami 27
Only in a dream... The Texans only put up 30 against us and that was with a million turnovers inside our own 20. I seriously doubt the Rams (no offense) without their best weapon are going to eclipse that. Cinci just got held to 13! Vegas even has the Dolphins in this one. The last time the Rams beat Miami in Miami was 1976.
Hoping to see a good game, i'm sure it will be a dog fight, but Miami wins 24-12.
A couple of questions for you:
1.) How has Richie Incognito been for ya'll? Any concerns or issues with him?
2.) Why did you folks trade B. Marshall, was he causing problems?
3.) Who is your starting OL besides Long, Cogs, and Pouncey?
4.) Do you think Tanneyhill is (finally) your long term solution at QB?
Looking forward to a good game and hopefully a Rams victory this Sunsday!!
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