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    Rams need a little more seasoning.

    Enough of all this rookie play for the past few years. I truly think the rams need to take a page out of the patriots pplaybook and bring in a couple more veterans for a couple of reason.
    1) it would instantly make us more competitive for the season in which everyone here at the clan would enjoy
    2) it would help the younger players learn the craft and trade more
    A player like lets say Larry Johnson or willie parker who doesnt have much left in the tank would help SJ39 not play the whole game and heck maybe the veterans could teach him a thing or two. Someone like a Ken Hamlin or a Damion Lewis would bring veteran leadership in the trenches on the defense.

    Im not saying were not competitive guys all i'm saying is that a little more seasoning on the roster might of brought 2 wins instead of 2 losses to start the season. A play here on either side of the ball in each game would of equalled a win I believe.

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    Re: Rams need a little more seasoning.

    I agree with you, but LJ or Willie Parker? Do you honestly think they add a victory to our season?

    We do need more guys like Fred Robbins, though.

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