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    Re: Are the Rams ready to throw Null into the fire?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmedrams81 View Post
    For anyone that has read my posts, they know I have been begging for the Rams to put Null in. we have nothing to lose so lets see what he has to offer.
    Nothing to lose.........except the coaching staff's credibility with the veterans.

    Word has it the kid is not doing well in practice; not picking up on the offense. If that's the case, rest assured the veterans know it. So, when the coaching staff says:

    "Keith Null is our starting QB."

    ...the veterans are going to hear:

    "We give up. The season is done, and we're gonna lay down for the next 5."

    Once the coaches' credibility is gone, it is not coming back. Ask Linehan.

    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Are the Rams ready to throw Null into the fire?

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Nothing to lose.........except the coaching staff's credibility with the veterans.

    Word has it the kid is not doing well in practice; not picking up on the offense. If that's the case, rest assured the veterans know it. So, when the coaching staff says:

    "Keith Null is our starting QB."

    ...the veterans are going to hear:

    "We give up. The season is done, and we're gonna lay down for the next 5."

    Once the coaches' credibility is gone, it is not coming back. Ask Linehan.

    I too would like to see Null get some playing time. I would also like to see Boller play a few more games at least to see if he's worth bringing back next season. In line with HUb the only way Null is going to see any playing time is if Boller goes down. The way Boller is getting knocked around that may come sooner than later.

    GO RAMS!

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    Re: Are the Rams ready to throw Null into the fire?

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    In line with HUb the only way Null is going to see any playing time is if Boller goes down. The way Boller is getting knocked around that may come sooner than later.
    Agreed. The way the line is falling apart, it may indeed come sooner than later. Boller is tough, but it looked to me like he barely survived against Seattle. Another pounding like that and it could be Null's turn to try and survive the onslaught.

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